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A Practical Guide to Oil & Gas Resource Characterization For Geologists and Reservoir Engineers by [Nwanosike-Warren, Quinta, Mosley-Bufford, Kelsey]
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Dr. Quinta Nwanosike-Warren – Engineer

Dr. Quinta Nwanosike-Warren is the Founder and CEO of Engineering Research Consulting, LLC (http://EngrRC.com). She holds a Chemical Engineering PhD from Georgia Tech, and a Chemical Engineering Bachelors from Penn State University.

In her distinguished career, Dr. Nwanosike-Warren has worked for ConocoPhillips as a reservoir engineer characterizing resources in both mature and new fields in South Texas; researching innovative and economic solutions for recovery of heavy oil in the Canadian oil sands; developing novel methods and compounds for CO2 capture in refining. During her graduate career, she invented a method of predicting crystallization in protein solutions through thermodynamic measurements. She has led an asset development team through a depletion planning exercise. She led a team through an A&D exercise leading to successful divestiture of the asset.

Dr. Nwanosike-Warren holds a patent for a CO2 Solvent Loading System (US20130136681 A1), and has numerous publications and presentations. She is currently Director of Program Development for the Dakar American University of Science and Technology (DAUST) in Senegal.



Kelsey Mosley-Bufford, MS – Geologist

Kelsey Mosley-Bufford is a geoscience professional with versatile experience in reservoir characterization, development of recompletion (behind pipe) opportunities, and drilling location recommendation from the oil and gas industry.

She is passionate about research and development, specifically geologic and geophysical interpretation and attribute evaluation. Her background includes potential field geophysics with an emphasis on electrical resistivity and magnetotellurics (MT). She has published in the Journal of African Earth Sciences, and has successfully exhibited multiple projects and presentations throughout her career. She was born and raised in Oklahoma and earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Geology from Oklahoma State University.

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