Jonathan Atuquaye Quaye

Jonathan Atuquaye Quaye
Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science and Technology | KNUST · Department of Petroleum Engineering

Ph.D., MEng., BSc.
Contributing to bridge the academia-industry gap. I'm open to collaborate on research and projects.

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Introduction
Dr. Jonathan Atuquaye Quaye is a well-trained researcher who is inclined to bridge the industry-academia gap. His Ph.D. research at the China University of Geosciences, Beijing and the Jiangsu Oilfield Company Ltd (SINOPEC) focused on ascertaining the relationship between reservoir petrophysical properties, fluid flow regimes, and rock property trends in siliciclastic bioturbated media; the depositional and diagenetic controls on reservoir quality.
Education
August 2016 - June 2020
China University of Geosciences (Beijing)
Field of study
  • Oil & Gas Field Development Engineering
August 2011 - June 2013
China University of Geosciences
Field of study
  • Oil and Gas Engineering
August 2005 - July 2009
Regional Maritime University
Field of study
  • Marine Engineering

Publications

Publications (8)
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The back arc basin located in the central Andaman therefore, a prospective area for hydrocarbon exploration. One dimension (1D) evolution modelling, which includes the burial, geothermal and maturity histories of five wells located in geo arc is constructed.
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The bioturbated horizons identified from Member Two of the Paleocene Funing Formation (E1f2) in the Jinhu sag, have not been previously assessed to ascertain their influence on reservoir quality. Owing to that, conventional thin section, pulse decay permeametry, pressure decay porosimetry, Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope (FESEM) and Ene...
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The lowermost member of the Paleocene Funing Formation, which is composed of bioturbated fluvial red beds, is extensively distributed throughout the Jinhu Depression, Subei Basin, East China. Despite its economic value as one of the most important oil-bearing reservoirs in the Subei Basin, the sedimentology, ichnology and paleoenvironment of this f...
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Basin modelling is an essential research tool that aids geologists improve the description and analysis of subsurface activity.
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Lacustrine storm deposits in hydrocarbon-rich lake basins can be excellent reservoirs; therefore, the identification and interpretation of storm deposits have great significance for future petroleum exploration. Recent progress in facies analysis helps to discriminate the sedimentary effects of combined flow and oscillatory flow in the depositional...
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The Voltaian Basin of Ghana has taken significance as a potential oil and gas basin. Since Ghana became a petroleum-producing country, every attempt is being made to understand the sedimentary basins within the country's territorial boundaries, particularly, the Voltaian Basin. This review paper investigates studies on the Voltaian Basin drawing on...
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Bioturbation can influence reservoir quality and is consequential to the producibility of a reservoir. The study of samples from the lowermost member of the Paleocene Funing Formation (E1f1), Gaoyou Depression, Subei Basin, shows how bioturbation affects reservoir quality. Techniques used to study the samples include petrography, pressure decay por...
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The Ouaden, Doumba Bello, and Ngoura granitic plutons, eastern Cameroon, comprise segments of the Central African Fold Belt (CAFB) situated along the northern edge of the Congo craton. A geochemical, isotopic and geochronological study was carried out on these three plutons to determine their petrogenesis and tectonic environment of formation. Gran...

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This sandstone core was retrieved at 3095 m from a fluvial-lacustrine basin.
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Projects (3)
Archived project
To construct Burial, Geothermal and Maturity basin modelling as well as assess the Hydrocarbon Generation and Expulsion Capability of Source Rocks.
Archived project
Source: SINOPEC Jiangsu Oilfield Company Ltd Contract Funding: National Science and Technology Major Project This project has many objectives but my task is to establish a framework for organism-sediment exchanges and petrophysical properties of the reservoir in Funing Formation, Subei Basin. This research basically evalutes the influence of Bioturbation on reservoir quality parameters such as porosity, permeability, fluid flow and TOC. The second member, first and third members the Paleocene Funing Formations of the Jinhu and Gaoyou Sags, respectively have been investigated between the period August 2016 and August 2018. Outcomes from study would subsequently be published in high quality science/ engineering journals.
Archived project
To ascertain the effect of bioturbation on petrophysical properties such as porosity, permeability and TOC