A confident self motivated Chemical process/petroleum engineer seeking to peruse his career in oil and energy industry. Also has a good knowledge and experience in upstream process which involves carbon sequestration in aquifers during my research thesis, hence having an overall idea of a refinery industry. Has successfully managed projects in the university, within established schedules and always ensured time completion. Possess good oral, written communication skills and have an ability to lead teams with strong planning skills.
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research on Improved carbon sequestration in aquifers
The university of manchester
March 2011 - March 2011
Improved Carbon Sequestration in Saline Aquifers:
Build models for different trapping mechanisms such as solubility trapping, residual gas trapping and mineral trapping, then optimize for the best model that could store the maximum amount of CO2 at optimal operating conditions for low and high permeability aquifers.
Secondly to show how these modelling techniques are used to simulate for the optimal location of the well and operating conditions for both with and without injection of water. But in this research both solubility and residual gas saturation are calculated simultaneously by the simulation software eclipse300 to give a single total gas saturation that gives information about the total trapped gas in the aquifer.
Further different solubility models are studied and analysed to see which model can be optimized to store the maximum amount of CO2 by conducting an uncertainty analysis for different parameters.
Sensitivity analysis is also done to find out the average pore pressure or the bottom hole pressure that would be safe enough to have in the aquifer using geomechanical techniques.
Finally optimization for leakage potential with and without faults in the model is done and the gas saturation behaviour is observed for maximum storage of CO2.
The main goal of this research is to observe how far the uncertainty parameters affect the storage performance of this particular model. Using this approach one can represent the model in the better way with the heterogeneity properties of the rock in the aquifer. Finally by observing the uncertainty parameters in the models that actually affect the rate of gas injection and other operating conditions, one can raise the issues about the storage of CO2.
Eclipse-300 (by Schlumberger, 2010)
Feasibility study of improving an existing hydrogen network
The University of Mnachester
April 2011 - May 2011
• Determined the minimum theoretical hydrogen production from the hydrogen plant.
• Suggested network modifications that can improve the existing system performance economically.
• Considering the HC throughput will be increased by 50%, as it is expensive to revamp the hydrogen plant, it is suggested to add a pressure swing adsorber (PSA) into the network to recover hydrogen. Developed a configuration with PSA to satisfy the future H2 demand optimally
• Evaluate few piping modifications to the existing network.
Evaluation of a new design of a steam system in a refinery
The University of Manchester
March 2011 - April 2011
• Replicated a design using STAR software to calculate the operating cost of the given refinery system.
• Under the same system configuration found out whether the designed operation could be improved for different cases in order to reduce the operating cost.
• Using FCC as an example examined the system flexibility to cope with periodical unit maintenance.
• Suggested possible modifications to the design to improve the energy efficiency without too much additional capital investment, especially regarding the issues of system configuration and driver selection.
Evaluation of heat recovery potentials in a crude oil distillation unit
The University of Manchester
February 2011 - March 2011
• Used the pinch analysis technique to identify the ideal maximum furnace inlet temperature if the capital cost is disregarded, and calculated the amount of energy to be saved if the basic design can be improved to the ideal position.
• Designed a heat exchanger network that can reach or get close to the ideal furnace inlet temperature and also evaluated an alternative network design to obtain the best inlet furnace target temperature.
• Discussed any other potential improvements in the distillation unit design that could help to improve the energy efficiency further.
Analysis of Water and Rock Samples using sophisticated instruments
Atomic Minerals and Development (AMD, HYDERABAD)
December 2009 - May 2010
Studied and conducted analysis on major anions and cations of hydro chemical samples using flame photometry, inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry and atomic absorption spectrometry.
Study and conducted analysis on major anions and cations of hydro chemical samples and minerals ores-rock samples using flame photometry, inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry and atomic absorption spectrometry.
Iyer’s Pure and Pristine Waters Private Limited
November 2009 - December 2009
Study mainly concerned with the removal of dissolved salts by Softeners and filters.
Study of various filters mainly to remove the impurities present in water.
Experiments were studied for the calculation of calcium and magnesium ions(ppm)
Troubleshooting techniques for softeners were studied.
Study of intermediate steps in the manufacture of Sildenafil Citrate
S.V.Organics Private Limited
June 2008 - July 2008
Information of the product
Different types of equipment used and their handling
Brief introduction about process and control.
June 2007 - July 2007
Involved in the study of Pneumatic Gravity Conveyors (Aero Slides) and its elements.
Qualifications & Certifications
Master's of Science
The University of Manchester
Bachelor's of Technology
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University