I was born in Iraq, Kirkuk city in 14-Jan-1984. I completed my primary education in Kirkuk Aydinlik Elementary school in 1995. In 1998, June Tisin Shehidleri Middle school and Kirkuk Central High School in 2001, June graduated from these school. In September at the same year Baghdad University Faculty of Engineering Petroleum Engineering Department recorded and graduated from this school in 2006, June. In 2007, September successfully passed the Turkish test examination done in Kirkuk and I got master\'s study in Republic of Turkey. In 2007, October I started in Gazi University in Turkey, Ankara, Training and Education Center (Tomer). I participated successfully TCS exam in 2008, July and got study in Istanbul University. In 14-Oct-2008 registered in Istanbul University Faculty of Engineering Geological Engineering Department. In 18-Aug-2011 graduated from this school and got a master\'s degree. In 2011, September I started working as a teaching in Kirkuk University. In 2013, October I got a scholarship to study for a doctorate PhD in Azerbaijan, Baku. Know I’m studying in Khazar University Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, Petroleum and Gas Engineering department.
The recovery efficiency of reservoir is influenced by its heterogeneities, particularity the distributions of porosity and permeability. Therefore, in order to develop a representative model of the reservoir, should be evaluated porosity, permeability properties and production potential of fields.rnThe main aim of the research is to study the application of reservoir characterization and wireline log analyses to build a new petrophysical model for the Jeribe formation in Bai Hassan oilfield in Northern Iraq. rnA principal objective for building models at Bai Hassan oil field is to integrate the geological, geophysical and reservoir data collected over several decades in order to visualize and evaluate the interactions between these data using full-field reservoir simulation. Application of the petrophysical study and log analysis on Petrel software to build up static geological model and estimate the best well positions for future drilling depending on the high permeable zone resulted from the petrophysical modeling.rnrnThe most important phase of a reservoir study is definition of a petrophysical model of the reservoir rock, given both the large number of activities involved, and its impact on the end results. As we are known, the production capacity is depended from geometrical and petrophysical characteristics of the reservoir. The availability of a representative static model is therefore an essential condition for the subsequent dynamic modeling (Lucia Cosentino, 2001).rnrnThe hand-made models proposed by Johnson and Krol (1984) rely on geological interpretation of well log data. The well data provided locations where the channels are positioned arbitrarily in the interwell areas as sandstone is insufficiently extensive laterally to be correlated between wells (Lucia Cosentino, 2001).rn
D.Sc (Engineering), Professor, Department of Technology of Petrochemical Synthesis and Polymer Materials Processing. Belarusian State Technological University (13a, Sverdlova str., 220006, Minsk, Republic of Belarus).
The purpose of this study was to develop efficient and low-cost ways of intensifying the processes of treating crude oil based on the use of activating additives.rnUnder the influence of additives of polar organic solvents (ethylene glycol, tetramethylene sulfone, N-methylpyrrolidone, tetrahydrofurfuryl alcohol, isopropyl alcohol, etc.), the structure of oil dispersed systems undergoes changes. This positively affects the efficiency of a number of technological processes: atmospheric vacuum distillation of oil, selective purification of oil oil fractions with polar solvents, extraction of aliphatic hydrocarbons from oil raffinates by low-temperature dewaxing, and the production of oxidized bitumens. Additions of solvents containing hydroxyl group have the greatest influence on treating processes.rnIt is established that, according to the nature of the effect of the activating additive on oil, it can be conditionally attributed to the additives of the \"prolonging action\". In the presence of the addition of a solvent in an amount of not more than 2% by weight, not only the distillate fractions are increased to 6-11% by weight in the distillation of oil, but the subsequent process, the oxidation of the hydron, also proceeds more efficiently. This is due to the increase in the degree of dispersion of hydrons, the enrichment of the composition of asphaltenes, separated hydronically, aromatically and branched aliphatic structures.rnPurification of oil fractions of Petroleum from undesirable components by phenol or N-methylpyrrolidone containing no more than 5-7% by weight of the activating additive allows to control the selectivity of the process or provides efficient purification of oil fractions of any viscosity.rnWhen the activating additive (up to 3% by weight) is added to methyl ethyl ketone-toluene or acetone-toluene systems, oil losses with a hook are reduced, and accordingly, rnrnrnthe content of alkanes as well as the ratio of n-alkanes: i-alkanes are increased.rnOf particular interest the oxidation of (hydron) in the presence of solvents containing groups -OH. Allow the oxidation process to be accelerated during the \"combined oxidation\" process. In this case, the solvent exhibits two functions during the oxidation of the hydron: the function of the initiator reagent and the function of the reagent acting on the structural group composition of the oil dispersed system.rnAll the developed options of intensification of processes of treating oil raw materials can be realized on the corresponding operating industrial installations.rn