Mr. Azubuike Amadi | Petroleum Engineering | Best Researcher Award🏆

Universiti Teknologi Petronas Malaysia

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits:

Amadi, Hope Azubuike embarked on his academic journey with a Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng) in Materials and Metallurgical Engineering from the Federal University of Technology Owerri, Imo State, where he graduated with Second Class Upper honors. His academic pursuits continued with a Master of Science (M.Sc) in Petroleum Engineering and Project Development from the Institute of Petroleum Studies (UNIPORT/IFP School), Port Harcourt, during which he achieved First Class honors. Continuing his academic excellence, Amadi pursued doctoral studies, currently undertaking a PhD in Petroleum Engineering at Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia, with a concurrent PhD program in Petroleum and Gas Engineering at the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

Professional Endeavors:

With a diverse background in engineering and a specialization in petroleum-related disciplines, Amadi has ventured into various professional domains, including volunteering as a content writer for organizations like Twee360 and Energy Lighthouse, focusing on topics related to teen guidance and oil and gas policy, respectively. He also served as a Pipeline/Fabrication Maintenance Engineer at RIMA STEEL Construction Company, Alakahia, where he honed his skills in corrosion control and material management.

Contributions and Research Focus:

His research interests span several critical areas within the energy sector, including erosion and corrosion control, reservoir characterization, and wind energy exploitation. His doctoral research focuses on the erosion of Shape Memory Polymers and Shape Memory Alloy Sand Screens, aiming to address challenges in downhole equipment integrity. Additionally, his work delves into the corrosivity of the Niger Delta environment, essential for effective corrosion management in the oil and gas industry.

Accolades and Recognition:

His academic excellence and professional dedication have garnered recognition through prestigious awards and scholarships, such as the Petroleum Technology Development Fund (PTDF) Overseas PhD Scholarship Scheme and the TEPNG/NNPC Joint Venture Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme. Furthermore, he has received accolades from various organizations, including the Anglican Youth Fellowship (AYF) and the Ardo-kola Local Government Council, Taraba State, for his outstanding service and contributions.

Impact and Influence:

Through his scholarly publications and presentations at international and national conferences, Amadi has contributed significantly to the dissemination of knowledge in the field of petroleum engineering and related disciplines. His research endeavors aim to address industry challenges, thereby potentially influencing practices and policies in the energy sector.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

With a passion for sustainable development, clean energy, and cost optimization, Amadi aspires to leave a lasting legacy in the energy industry through his research, teaching, and professional engagements. He seeks to continue making substantial contributions to the field, driving innovation, and promoting environmentally responsible practices for the benefit of society and future generations.

Notable Publications 

Gas flaring and its environmental impact in Ekpan Community, Delta state, Nigeria

Realization of united nations’ sustainable development goals (SDGs): The project manager’s role

Optimization of methane and natural gas liquid recovery in a reboiled absorption column

Comparative Analysis of Nigeria and Malaysia’s Production Sharing Contract (PSC)

Effects of covid-19 on crude oil price and future forecast using a model application and machine learning

Review of Nigeria’s Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB)

The choke as a brainbox for smart wellhead control

Advancing engineering frontiers with NiTi shape memory alloys: A multifaceted review of properties, fabrication, and application potentials

Cooking gas (LPG) Distribution to Rivers State Homes, Case Study: Choba Community


Azubuike Amadi | Petroleum Engineering | Best Researcher Award

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