Iranian academician wins prestigious SPE Medal in petroleum engineering
Tehran Iranian scientist Hamid Emami Meybodi won the prestigious Cedric K. Ferguson Medal in oil and gas publications.
Hamid Emami Meybodi, who holds a Ph.D. in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Calgary in Canada, won Cedric K. Ferguson Medal for publishing an article in the Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal.
The article, that he wrote in collaboration with two of his colleagues, Michael B. Cronin and Russell T. Johns, is titled Diffusion-dominated proxy model for solvent injection in ultra-tight oil reservoirs.
Russell T. Johns won Cedric K. Ferguson certificate.
The Cedric K. Ferguson Medal recognizes professional achievement in petroleum engineering.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA