Kenneth Imo-Imo Israel Eshiet

University of Wolverhampton

Dr. Kenneth Imo-Imo Israel Eshiet is a senior lecturer in the department of civil engineering, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom. He is also the subject lead of the geotechnical engineering discipline as well as the program leader of the BEng Civil Engineering program at the same university. He has extensive experience working as an engineer and academic in various establishments. His professional work has provided him with broad exposure and expertise in the modeling of natural and engineered systems and processes. He is a chartered engineer, a corporate member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), a fellow of Advance Higher Education (Advance HE), United Kingdom, and an active member of other professional bodies. He holds a doctorate degree in civil engineering from the University of Leeds in tandem with other postgraduate qualifications in management and education. His current interest involves the design of engineered systems and structures, and the development and application of numerical and analytical tools to civil, structural, fluid dynamics, and geotechnical engineering problems.

Kenneth Imo-Imo Israel Eshiet

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Emerging Technologies in Hydraulic Fracturing and Gas Flow Modelling features the latest strategies for exploiting depleted and unconventional petroleum rock formations as well as simulating associated gas flow mechanisms. The book covers a broad range of multivarious stimulation methods currently applied in practice. It introduces new stimulation techniques including a comprehensive description of interactions between formation/hydraulic fracturing fluids and the host rock material. It provides further insight into practices aimed at advancing the operation of hydrocarbon reservoirs and can be used either as a standalone resource or in combination with other related literature. The book can serve as a propaedeutic resource and is appropriate for those seeking rudimentary information on the exploitation of ultra-impermeable oil and gas reservoirs. Professionals and researchers in the field of petroleum, civil, oil and gas, geotechnical and geological engineering who are interested in the production of unconventional petroleum resources as well as students undertaking studies in similar subject areas will find this to be an instructional reference.

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