We want to congratulate our graduate- Gabriel Wimmerth- for one of his most recent achievements. Gabriel published his Doctorate Dissertation titled- “The Porosity of a Reservoir Determines the Quantity of Oil and Gas. The More Pores a Reservoir Contains the More Quantity- Volume of Oil and Gas is Present in a Reservoir-” at AIU. You can read an abstract of the article below:
The oil and gas industry- petroleum engineering- exploration- drilling- reservoir and production engineering have taken an enormous toll since the early forties and sixties and it has predominantly reached he peak in the early eighties and nineties. The number of oil and gas companies have been using the vertical drilling approach and successfully managed to pinch the reservoir with productive oil or gas. Many others have also failed in the same process.
Namibia on the other hand also tried its luck- onshore and offshore- since the early 1908 but never has been successful in hitting an oil or gas reservoir. They only managed to hit a WILDCAT. What has been the problem in Namibia as its counterpart with the same rock formations Brazil has been successful on several oil and gas reservoirs along their two dominant oil and gas Basins- Santos and Campos?
You can find his article through the following link:
Gabriel Wimmerth has completed a Doctorate program in Civil Engineering at Atlantic International University.
We wish you the best in all your future projects and congratulate you on your achievements!