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Name: Dr. Aamir Ali
Designation: Assistant Professor
Department: Earth Sciences


Qualifications:

 PhD in Petroleum Geosciences  Jan 2008 – Aug 2011

  University of Bergen, Norway

Thesis Title:  Correlations between the effective permeability

and seismic anisotropy of fractured reservoirs.

 

Master of Philosophy in Geophysics Jan 2004 – Jan 2006

  Quaid-I-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan

Thesis Title:  Structural interpretation of seismic profiles

integrated with reservoir characteristics of the

Qadirpur Area, Sind Pakistan.

Average Grade: A

 

Master in Earth Sciences Geophysics  Feb 2002 - Jan 2004

Quaid-I-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan

Thesis title: Fault Plane Solutions in a part of Upper

Indus Basin (Kohat Plateau), Pakistan for events

occurring till 2002.

Average Grade: B

 

  Bachelors of Science (Double maths, physics Jan 1999 – Jan2001

  University of Azad Kashmir, Pakistan

  Average Grade: B




Phone: +92-51 9064-2169
Email: aamirali.geo@gmail.com
Status: On Job
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Research Interests Publications Conferences Research Projects

ø  Seismic anisotropy of fractured reservoirs; Seismic anisotropy of shales

ø  AVO analysis in unconventional reservoirs; Reservoir characterization

ø  Rock physics based seismic inversion; Seismic processing and interpretation.

Published Papers:
  • Ali, A., Ahmad, Z., & Akhtar, G. (2005): Structural interpretation of seismic profiles integrated with reservoir characteristics of Qadirpur area, Pakistan Journal of Hydrocarbon Research, 15, 25-34.
  • Shahraini, A., Ali, A., & Jakobsen, M. (2011): Seismic history matching in fractured reservoirs using a consistent stiffness-permeability model: Focus on the effects of fracture aperture, Geophysical Prospecting, 59, 492-505.
  • Ali, A. & Jakobsen, M. (2011): Improved characterization of fault zones by quantitative integration of seismic and production data, Journal of Geophysics and Engineering, 8, 259-274.
  • Ali, A. & Jakobsen, M. (2011): On the accuracy of Rüger’s approximation for reflection coefficients in HTI media: Implications for the determination of fracture density and orientation from seismic AVAZ data, Journal of Geophysics and Engineering, 8, 372-393.
  • Ali, A. & Jakobsen, M. (2011): Seismic characterization of reservoirs with multiple fracture sets using velocity and attenuation anisotropy data, Journal of Applied Geophysics, 75, 590-602.
Submitted Papers:

  • Ali, A. & Jakobsen, M. (2011): Anisotropic permeability in fractured reservoirs from frequency-dependent seismic AVAZ data, Geophysical prospecting, Under review.
Extended Abstracts:

·  Extended Abstract 1: Ali, A., Shahraini, A., and Jakobsen, M. (2009): ‘Improved characterization of fault zones by quantitative integration of seismic and production data’, 6129, EAGE Annual Meeting Amsterdam.

·   Extended Abstract 2: Ali, A., and Jakobsen, M. (2010): ‘On the accuracy of Rüger’s Approximations for PP Reflection Coefficients in HTI Media’, 8334, EAGE Annual Meeting Barcelona.

·      Extended Abstract 3: Shahraini, A., and Jakobsen, M., and Ali. A. (2010): ‘Seismic History Matching in Fractured Reservoirs Using a Consistent Stiffness-permeability Model - Focus on the Aperture’, K035, EAGE Annual Meeting Barcelona.

·    Extended Abstract 4: Ali, A., and Jakobsen, M. (2011): ‘On the Relative Importance of Global and Squirt Flow in Cracked Porous Media’, 10981, EAGE Annual Meeting Vienna.

·   Extended Abstract 5: Ali, A., and Jakobsen, M. (2011): ‘Seismic characterization of reservoirs with multiple fracture sets using velocity and attenuation anisotropy data’, 10650, EAGE Annual Meeting Vienna.

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