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Mamdouh A. Shebl
Mamdouh A. Shebl
Phone:
(979) 845-6064
Email:
mshebl@tamu.edu
Office:
Halbouty 102
Address:
Texas A&M University
3115 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3115

Degrees:

Ph.D., 1996, Petroleum Geology and Geochemistry, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming.

M.Sc., 1985, Petroleum Geology, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois.

B.Sc., 1980, Geology, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt.

Awards:
  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship: 1996 to 1997 from Laboratory for Computational Geodynamics to conduct research at Indiana University.
  • Graduate Scholarship: 1991 to 1995 from the Institute for Energy Research (IER) to continue my Ph. D. and conduct my dissertation research at the University of Wyoming.
  • Peace Fellowship: 1982 to 1983 from the Egypt to study in the USA for my Master’s Degree.
Courses:

Petroleum Geology, Sedimentary Rocks and Sedimentation, Basin Analysis, Petrophysics, Reservoir Characterization, Petroleum Hydrodynamics, and Petroleum Geology of the Middle East.


Mamdouh A. Shebl

Research Professor - Petrophysics

Research Interests

Current research interest centers around detailed unconventional reservoir characterization including:

  • Petrophysics
  • Rock Physics
  • Dynamic Rock Mechanics
  • Cuttings Analysis
  • Lithology Determination
  • Routine and Special Core Analysis
  • Clastics Diagenesis
  • Source Rock Maturation
  • Reservoir Geochemistry

Selected Publications

Shebl, M. A., Nyaaba, C., and Yalavarthi, R., 2013, Role of Detailed Reservoir Characterization and Lateral Placement on Well Performance in the Marcellus Shale Gas Reservoir: the International Petroleum Technology Conference in Beijing, China, 26-28 March 2013, SPE IPTC-16718-MS.

 

Shebl, M. A., Yalavarthi, R., and Nyaaba, C., 2012, the Role of Detailed Petrophysical Reservoir Characterization in Hydraulic Fracture Modelling of Shale Gas Reservoirs: the Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition held in Perth, Australia, 22–24 October 2012, SPE-160341-PP.

 

Shebl, M.A., and R.C. Surdam, 1996, Redox Reactions in Hydrocarbon Clastic Reservoirs: Experimental Validation of this Mechanism for Porosity Enhancement, in S.L. Brantley, ed., Chemical and Biological Control on Mineral Growth and Dissolution Kinetics: Chemical Geology, Elsevier, p. 103-115.

 

Shebl, M.A., 1995, the impact of reservoir heterogeneity on fluid flow in the Tensleep Sandstone of the Bighorn Basin: Wyoming Geological Association, 1995 Field Conference Guidebook, p. 343-359.

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