Tight Gas Petrophysical Challenges in Saudi Aramco

Tight Gas Petrophysical Challenges in Saudi Aramco

The Young Professionals section of SPE-KSA is delighted to announce the launch of our new initiative for this year’s YP Academy programs

enrich is an open platform that aims to enrich young professionals with knowledge through reading and discussing a collection of top published technical papers. The discussions will be facilitated by an enthusiastic subject matter expert, and a new paper will be chosen every month.

Our facilitator Mohd Azizi Ibrahim
will commence our series of sessions with the technical paper:

SPE 149048: Tight Gas Petrophysical Challenges in Saudi Aramco

For a lively discussion, please read the paper and bring your questions.

Event details


February 5, 2018

1:30 p.m. start

2:30 p.m. end


EXPEC-1 X-4050
Core Area, Saudi Aramco


Registration required

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Facilitator biography

Mohd Azizi Ibrahim is a Petroleum Engineering Specialist with Saudi Aramco in Dhahran, specializing in complex environment petro-physical modeling and tight gas reservoir formation evaluation.

He started his career in oil and gas at the PETRONAS Research Center in Kuala Lumpur in July 1988 before moving to the Upstream Operations Department a year later. After almost 18 years with PETRONAS attached to various subsurface teams in domestic, international,and joint venture projects, he joined Saudi Aramco in February 2006 as a petrophysicist for the Southern Area Petrophysical Unit. Since 2009, he has been assigned to the Gas Development Petrophysical Unit.Ibrahim is currently involved in an Under Balanced Coiled Tubing Drilling (UBCTD) formation evaluation project. He received a BS (Hons.) degree in Geology from the National University of Malaysia and a MSc degree in Petroleum Engineering from Herriot Watt University, Scotland.

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