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i am a petroleum engineering student in university of Aberdeen with expected grades of first class. i am working on my thesis, currently, which involves proposing new materials for decommissioning. i am always interested in helping other with any academic difficulties !
Yamen Tamer Soliman
Petroleum Engineer with minor in mechanical engineering (B.sc)
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A well determined engineer with previous experience in various sectors in engineering. I gained the opportunity to work, as an intern, with multinational companies and convert the knowledge I gained extensive knowledge in various engineering fields including petroleum and mechanical backgrounds. I have gained various skills that assisted me in working proactively and under pressure, with groups and individually in the favour of looking for engineering solutions for industrial challenges.
1- Bachelor’s Degree in Petroleum Engineering with Minor in Mechanical Engineering, University of Aberdeen (2015-2019)
I am an undergraduate student, expected to graduate in June 2019, with First class grades. Throughout the university academic years. Now, I am working on my Individual Project which mainly concerns discovering New Slurries that can be used in Decomissioning.
Main projects completed:
- Well Design using Logging Data from Guillemot Field: I was assigned to calculate the volume of Hydrocarbons using logging Data, run reservoir Simulations using Petrel Software, and Design an optimum cementing Process.
- Field development plan for North Sea Fields. Data was provided and supervised by AGR company
- Select the most efficient method of artificial Lifting: I was provided data for a specific reservoir and I was assigned to use Eclipse and Prosper to choose the most cost and production effective method for Oil recovery.
- Courses Completed with Merit awards: Reservoir engineering, Drilling engineering, Production engineering, field development engineering, project and safety management, fluid mechanics, process engineering, Heat mass and momentum transfer, and Petroleum engineering Design, Non-Destructive Tests design course.
1- Assistant Manager, Carphone Warehouse, Aberdeen (April 2017-Present)
Along with my academic studies, I have been employed by Carphone Warehouse as a part time assistant Manager, and my Job Duties were beneficial in enhancing my leadership skills. I am assigned to lead my group to reach monthly and daily targets by closing contract transactions with clients. I assist the general manager to complete back office operations which included execution of repair orders and maintenance operations, and inspect audit operations. Furthermore, I support the general manager in reviewing the team’s performance on a monthly basis and conduct audits to maintain the store’s integrity and assist the team to enhance their client interface skills.
2- Trainee Reservoir Engineer, Gharib Integrated Oil Services, Cairo Egypt (July 2018-September 2018)
My duties as a trainee reservoir engineer varied throughout the internship period. In the first 4 weeks I was working in the main quarter head as a trainee reservoir engineer who mainly ran reservoir simulations using Interactive Petrophysics and Petrel Software. Using the pressure and flow rate data, I was assigned to execute an analysis to define the reservoir heterogeneity and calculate permeabilities throughout the reservoir layers to establish an initial production plan, considering flow assurance of hydrocarbons. In the second 4 weeks, I was working offshore, in Al-Zohar Field, such that I was responsible for recording pressure values from the pressure gauge on the Christmas tree to maintain a stable production flow rate and learning how to conduct sand control operation using mechanical technics, such as: gravel sizing and mechanical bridging. Also, I have worked with Senior Engineer Mohamed Kamel in designing future to maintain an environmentally safe production operation by selecting materials that has low diffusivity and high resistance to corrosive materials.
3- Trainee engineer, Abdul Latif Jamil Company, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (July 2017- August 2017)
I got accept to an internship in Abdul Latif Jamil Company in the summer of 2016 as a trainee engineer. I gained the opportunity to enhance my skills towards maintenance and repair operations. My foremost duty was to write reports regarding damaged cars, after receiving the performance results from the Repair Team. Furthermore, I was assigned to assist the senior repair engineer in categorising the repairs and recommending new repair orders.
Research intern in PEPSICO, Cairo Egypt (April 2016-June 2016)
Towards the end of my first year, as an engineering student, I was seeking to enhance my research skills; hence, I applied in the research internship in PEPSICO, and I was accepted after going through the enrolment procedures. I was assigned to work as a researcher in the Financial Department. My main duties were to execute a statistical analysis on the costs spent on delivering products in Egypt. Therefore, I had to conduct a research to analyse the process of delivery since 2002 and calculate the difference in expenditures every year and conduct a critical analysis to explain the variance of expenditure every year. Furthermore, after finishing my research I recommended new methods to reduce the delivery costs. Due to my high work ethics, I was rewarded 2000£ by PEPSICO to cover my tuition fees.
1- Member in the Petroleum Engineering Society, University of Aberdeen (2015-Present)
I joined the Petroleum Engineering Society since my first year in university of Aberdeen, in order to stay up to date with the changes and developments that are occurring in the oil and gas industry. I have attended various seminars conducted by Shell, BP, and Total discussing various operations that take place throughout the production process of hydrocarbons. In 2016, I was assigned to be the Treasury assistant. My key duties were to help in establishing realistic budgets in order to organize seminars and weekly meetings that help petroleum engieering students to gain more knowledge on the health and safety procedures that are required in the Oil and Gas industry.
1- Petroleum Engieering related Skills
Prosper software for production simulation, Petrel software for reservoir simulations, gravel sizing optimization, Eclipse software, MATLAB, and Interactive Petrophysics software for logging data analysis
2- Business and Management Skills
B2B strategies, Project management: Framing, risk analysis, and financial appraisal methods.
3- Design skills
SolidWorks Software, Sprut Cam for machining Design, and Auto-CAD/ CAD and FEED
4- Language Skills
Native languages are English and Arabic. Intermediate knowledge in French
5- Other skills
Fully experienced in using Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc.
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