Tarek Ahmed, Ph.D., P.E., is a Senior Staff Advisor with Anadarko Petroleum Corporation. Before joining Anadarko in 2002, Dr. Ahmed served as a Professor and Chairman of the Petroleum Engineering Department at Montana Tech of the University of Montana. After leaving his teaching position, Dr Ahmed has been awarded the rank of Professor of Emeritus of Petroleum Engineering at Montana Tech. He has a Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma, an M.S. from the University of Missouri-Rolla, and a B.S. from the Faculty of Petroleum (Egypt) – all degrees in Petroleum Engineering. Dr. Ahmed is also the author of 29 technical papers and two textbooks that includes “Hydrocarbon Phase Behavior” (Gulf Publishing Company, 1989) and “Reservoir Engineering Handbook” (Gulf Professional Publishing, 1st edition 2000 and 2nd edition 2002). He taught numerous industry courses and consulted in many countries including, Indonesia, Algeria, Malaysia, Brazil, Argentina, and Kuwait. Dr. Ahmed is an active member of the SPE and serves on the SPE Natural Gas Committee and ABET.Paul McKinney is Vice President Reservoir Engineering for Anadarko Canada Corporation (a wholly owned subsidiary of Anadarko Petroleum Corporation) overseeing reservoir engineering studies and economic evaluations associated with exploration and development activities, A&D, and planning.
Mr. McKinney joined Anadarko in 1983 and has served in staff and managerial positions with the company at increasing levels of responsibility. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Petroleum Engineering from Louisiana Tech University and co-authored SPE 75708, “Applied Reservoir Characterization for Maximizing Reserve Growth and Profitability in Tight Gas Sands: A Paradigm Shift in Development Strategies for Low-Permeability Reservoirs.”
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