Mohamed R. Haroun
Mohamed R. Haroun
Khalifa University of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE
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MJ Shin, YJ Shin, JS Shin, N Singh, S Dutta, NN Rupiasih, H Suyanto, ...
JEP 3 (5), 2012
Smart nano-EOR process for Abu Dhabi carbonate reservoirs
MR Haroun, S Alhassan, AA Ansari, NAM Al Kindy, N Abou Sayed, ...
Abu Dhabi international petroleum conference and exhibition, 2012
Maleic acid based scale inhibitors for calcium sulfate scale inhibition in high temperature application
B Senthilmurugan, B Ghosh, SS Kundu, M Haroun, B Kameshwari
journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 75 (1-2), 189-195, 2010
Optimizing electroosmotic flow potential for electrically enhanced oil recovery (EEORTM) in carbonate rock formations of Abu Dhabi based on rock properties and composition
MR Haroun, GV Chilingar, S Pamukcu, JK Wittle, H Belhaj, MN Al Bloushi
International Petroleum Technology Conference, 2009
Electrokinetics for Petroleum Environmental Engineers Volume I
HM Chilingar G.V.
Wiley, 2014
The application of direct current potential to enhancing waterflood recovery efficiency
EW Al Shalabi, B Ghosh, M Haroun, S Pamukcu
Petroleum science and technology 30 (20), 2160-2168, 2012
The effect of DC electrical potential on enhancing sandstone reservoir permeability and oil recovery
B Ghosh, EWA Shalabi, M Haroun
Petroleum science and technology 30 (20), 2148-2159, 2012
Study of nanoparticle adsorption and release in porous media based on the DLVO theory
ER Abdelfatah, K Kang, M Pournik, B Shiau, J Harwell, MR Haroun, ...
SPE Latin America and Caribbean Petroleum Engineering Conference, 2017
Development of new smart drilling fluids using nano-materials for unconventional reservoirs
S Li, S Osisanya, M Haroun
Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference, 2016
Electrokinetic driven low-concentration acid improved oil recovery in Abu Dhabi tight carbonate reservoirs
A Ansari, M Haroun, MM Rahman, GV Chilingar
Electrochimica Acta 181, 255-270, 2015
Hydraulic fracturing design considerations, water management challenges and insights for Middle Eastern shale gas reservoirs
A Suboyin, MM Rahman, M Haroun
Energy Reports 6, 745-760, 2020
The stimulation of sandstone reservoirs using DC potential
EWA Shalabi, M Haroun, B Ghosh, S Pamukcu
Petroleum science and technology 30 (20), 2137-2147, 2012
A novel approach of using phosphate-spiked smart brines to alter wettability in mixed oil-wet carbonate reservoirs
W Meng, MR Haroun, HK Sarma, JT Adeoye, P Aras, S Punjabi, ...
Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference, 2015
"Feasibility of in-situ Removal of Heavy Metals by Electroremediation of Offshore Muds”.
“ M. R. Haroun
University of Southern California, 2009
Applying EK to achieve SMART (simultaneous assisted recovery techniques) EOR in conventional and tight carbonate reservoirs of Abu Dhabi
M Haroun, A Ansari, N Al Kindy
Electrochemistry Gordon Research Conference, Ventura, CA, 2014
A New Approach Optimizing Mature Waterfloods with Electrokinetics-Assisted Surfactant Flooding in Abu Dhabi Carbonate Reservoirs
AD Arsalan Ansari, Mohammed Haroun, Nada Abou Sayed
2012 SPE Kuwait International Petroleum Conference and Exhibition, 2012
Increasing Depth of Penetration by Electrokinetic Driven Low-Concentration Acid IOR in Abu Dhabi Tight Carbonate Reservoirs
AA Ansari, M Haroun, MM Rahman, GV Chilingar
Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference, 2014
The Effect of Generated Chlorine Gas on Electroremediation of Heavy Metals from Offshore Muds
WJKABM Shin S., Chilingar G. V., Haroun M., Ghosh B
Journal of Environmental Protection 3 (5), 363-373, 2012
Enhancing depth of penetration to improve capillary number by Application of EK Low-concentration Acid IOR in Abu Dhabi Carbonate Reservoirs
AA Ansari, M Haroun, MM Rahman, H Sarma, GV Chilingar
EUROPEC 2015, 2015
Application of Electrokinetics to Achieve Smart EOR in Abu Dhabi Oil-Wet Carbonate Reservoirs
SH Haroun M., Ansari A., Al Kindy N., Abou Sayed N
EREM, 2013
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