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A. RASHID HASAN, PH.D.

Petroleum Engineering, TAMU, 401L Richardson, TX 77843-311

Home: (612) 240-2518 Office: (979) 847-8564

EDUCATION

e-mail: Rashid.hasan@pe.tamu.edu

Doctor of Philosophy, Chemical Engineering, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada,

1979

Master of Science, Chemical Engineering, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada,

1975

Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering, University of Eng. and Tech., Dhaka, Bangladesh,

1972

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Wellbore Heat transfer.

Systematic modeling of heat transfer in wellbores. Current work plan is to develop heat transfer models for subsea completion in deep water settings.

Transient Transport Processes.

Modeling fluid temperature and pressure during shut-in, startup, or rate change is complicated by the coupled nature of these transport processes. We are using numerical and semi-analytical approaches for modeling transient flow of heat, mass, and momentum in wellbores. Future work in this area includes modeling wellbore transient heat transfer to convert wellhead pressure during water injection in unconventional formations. Analysis of warmback data to improve DTS visualization and interpretation is another important future research topic.

Wellbore/Reservoir Fluid Flow

Many processes require an integrated approach to modeling fluid flow and pressure drop in both the reservoir and the wellbore. We are using such an approach to better understand the process of liquid loading of gas wells and well blow out.

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

Professor,

Petroleum Engineering, TAMU, College Station, TX,

Professor,

Chemical Engineering, UMD, Duluth, MN,

2012 Present

2002 2011

Research:

Established a world-class research program in wellbore heat transfer and fluid flow.

Published my book in this research area in 2002 (Publisher: Society of Petroleum Engineers).

Life-time publication of more than 100 papers, 70 of which are refereed archival publications.

Teaching:

Successful teaching approach that earn significantly above average student evaluations.

Continually strive to improve content and presentation of course material and notes.

Interim Head, Mechanical/Industrial Engineering, UMD, Duluth, MN.

2007 2008

Supervised and assessed job performance of twenty professionals and three staff members.

Helped departmental ABET accreditation effort.

Head, Chemical Engineering, University of Minnesota (UMD), Duluth, MN.

2002 2007

Supervised and assessed job performance of six professionals and two staff members. Recruited (4) and terminated (1) professionals; successfully guided promotion of one and tenure & promotion of another faculty member.

Headed the Departmental 2003 ABET accreditation effort successfully.

Chair, Chemical Engineering, University of North Dakota (UND), Grand Forks, ND.

2000 2002

Taught undergraduate/graduate courses; supervised MS/PhD students, PDFs.

Supervised performance of professionals and staff members. Increased departmental research output (funding and publications) by more than 50%.

Guided department successfully through a graduate program evaluation.

Served on numerous university-wide committees.

Director, Energy Engineering Doctoral Program, UND, Grand Forks, ND.

1995 2000

Assisted in establishing a quality Ph.D. Program that is now flourishing under new directorship.

Boosted enrollment by 100%. Successfully led the program through its first review (6

Increased both funding level and publication numbers of program’s research output.

th

year).

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, Chemical Engineering, UND, Grand Forks, ND.

1979 2002

Visiting Professor, Petroleum Engineering, University of Texas, Austin, TX.

1988 1989

COURSES

Developed course titled “Material and Energy Balances” for outreach students.

Designed and developed graduate courses on multiphase flow and heat transfer; modified the materials to develop a Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) certified short course with 1.6 continuing education unit for industry professionals.

Developed and delivered 25% of a graduate course, Energy 280 (Production Topics in Petrl. Eng. Fluid/Heat Flow in Wellbores), Stanford University, May 13 – May 23, ’08.

INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE

Consulted for

Hess, Houston, TX; 2010 Present. Developed novel technology for estimating production rate from wellhead pressure/temperature data that is helping Hess monitor gas production in many fields.

InnerGeo, Corpus Christi, TX: 2011 Present. Modeled energy extraction in a novel geothermal well to estimate maximum available energy and to design wellbore to optimize energy extraction.

Chevron, Houston, TX: 1990 2010. Pioneered work on modeling transient momentum, heat, and mass transport in wellbores that allows better analysis of transient tests and better design of surface facilities for wells. Developed more accurate models for wellbore flowing fluid temperature, formation temperature distribution, static earth temperature from mud circulation temperature, and multiphase flow.

Imperial Oil, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 1998 1999. Estimated pressure loss for wet steam flow;

recommended flow meter location on a piping network.

Kuwait Oil Company, 1995. Developed a novel approach to inject warm water in the annulus to avoid asphaltene formation.

Contract Researcher, NASA-Glenn, Cleveland, OH,

1997 2001

Worked on developing thermal/fluids models of propellants for Emerging Launch Capability Development Alternate Access Project (8 months). 2000 - 2001

Modeled transient flow of mass, momentum, and energy for cryogenic fluid flow.

1999 - 2000

ACADEMIC HONORS AND AWARDS

SPE Production & Operations Award

2011

Endowed Chair, Olson Professor of Engineering, University of North Dakota,

1995 2002 1992 and 1996 1997 1998

Outstanding Technical Editor, Society of Petroleum Engineers,

American Society of Engineering Educator Fellowship at NASA-Glenn Research

Association of Western Universities Fellow, Idaho National Engineering Lab.

1987 and 1988

Summer Research Professorships, UND, Grand Forks, ND,

1992, ‘96, and 01 1973 1978

Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship, University of Waterloo, Canada,

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS (* indicates student co-author)

Book

Hasan, A.R. and Kabir, C.S: Fluid and Heat Transfer in Wellbores. SPE Textbook Series, Richardson, TX, 2002.

Fluid Flow/Heat Transfer

1. Hasan, A.R. and Kabir, C.S. 2012: “Wellbore Heat-transfer Modeling and Application.” Invited review paper, J. Petrol. Sci. and Engr. 86-86 127-136.

2. Ismadi, D., Kabir, C.S., and Hasan, A.R

2012:

“The Use of Combined Static and Dynamic Material-

Balance Methods in Gas Reservoirs,” SPEREE (June 2012) 51-360.

3. Hasan, A.R., Kabir, C.S., and Sayarpour, M. 2010: Simplified Two-Phase Flow Modeling in Wellbores.

J. Petrol. Sci. and Engr. 72 (3-4): 42−49. 4. Hasan, A.R. and Kabir, C.S. 2010: Modeling Two-Phase Fluid and Heat Flows in Geothermal Wells. J.

Pet. Sci. Engr. 71 (3-4): 77−86.

5. Izgec, B., Hasan, A.R., Lin, D., and Kabir, C.S., 2010: “Flow-Rate Estimation from Measured Wellhead-Pressure and -Temperature Data,” SPEPO 25 (1): 31−39.

6. Hasan, A.R., Izgec, B., and Kabir, C.S. 2009. “Sustaining Production by Managing Annular–Pressure Buildup,” SPEPO 25 (2): 195−203.

7. Hasan, A. R., Kabir, C.S. and Wang, X.: “A Robust Steady-State Model for Flowing-Fluid Temperature in Complex Wells,” SPEPO (May 2009) 269-276.

8. Izgec, B., Kabir, C.S., Zhu, D., and Hasan, A.R.: “Transient Fluid and Heat Flow Modeling in Coupled Wellbore/Reservoir Systems,” SPEREE (June 2007) 294-301.

9. Hasan, A.R. and Kabir, C.S.: A Simple Model for Annular Two-Phase Flow in Wellbores SPEPO (May 2007) 168-175.

10. Kabir, C.S. and Hasan, A.R.: “Simplified Wellbore Flow Modeling in Gas-Condensate Systems,”

SPEPO (February 2006) 89-97.

11. Hasan, A.R., Kabir, C.S., and Lin, D.: “Analytic Wellbore Temperature Model for Transient Gas-Well Testing,” SPEREE.(June 2005) 240-247.

12. Kabir, C.S., Hasan, A.R., Lin*, D., and Wang, X.: “Heat-Transfer Models for Mitigating Wellbore Solids Deposition,” SPEJ (December 2002) 391-399.

13. Hasan, A.R., Haque*, K.A., Rokanuzzaman*, A.S.M., Hasan, M.: “Modeling Cryogenic Transfer line Cooldown,” Advances in Cryogenic Eng. v 45, Part B 1221-1228.

14. Hasan, A.R. and Kabir, C.S.: “A Simplified Model for Oil/Water Flow in Vertical and Deviated Wellbores,” SPEPF (Feb. 1999) 56-62.

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Acquisition?” SPEREE (Feb. 1998) 64-68.

16. Hasan, A.R., Kabir, C.S. and X. Wang * : “Wellbore Two-phase Flow and Heat Transfer During Transient Testing,” J Petroleum Technology. June, 1998.

17. Hasan, A.R., Kabir, C.S., and Wang * , X.: “Development and Application of a Wellbore/Reservoir Simulator for Testing Oil Wells,” SPEFE (Sept. 1997) 182-188.

18. Hasan, A.R. and Kabir, C.S.: "A Mechanistic Model for Computing Fluid Temperature Profiles in Gas-Lift Wells," SPEPF (August 1996) 179-185.

19. Kabir, C.S., Hasan, A.R., Jordan, D.L., and Wang*, X.: “A Wellbore/Reservoir Simulator for Testing Gas Wells in High-Temperature Reservoirs,” SPEFE (June 1996) 128-134.

20. Hasan, A.R., Kabir, C.S., Ameen*, M.M., and Wang*, X.: "A Mechanistic Model for Circulating Fluid Temperature,” SPEJ (June 1996) 133-144.

21. Kabir, C.S., Hasan, A.R., Kouba, G.E., and Ameen*, M.M.: "Determining Circulating Fluid Temperature in Drilling, Workover, and Well Control Operations," SPEDC (June 1996) 74-79.

22. Hasan, A. R. : "Void Fraction in Bubbly and Slug Flow in Downward Two-phase Flow in Vertical and Inclined Wellbores," SPEPF (Aug. 1995).

23. Hasan: A.R. and Kabir, C.S.: "Aspects of Heat Transfer During Two-Phase Flow in Wellbores," SPEPE (Aug. 1994) 211-216.

24. Hasan, A.R., Kabir, C.S., and Srinivasan*, S.: "Void Fraction Estimation in Countercurrent Vertical Two- Phase Flow," Chem. Eng. Sci. 49 (16): 2567-74, 1994.

25. Hasan: A.R. & Kabir, C.S.: “Static Reservoir Temperature Determination From Transient Data After Mud Circulation” SPEDC (March 1994) 17-24.

26. Hasan, A.R. and Kabir, C.S.: “A Discussion on Oil-water Slip Velocity Models used for Production Log Interpretation,” J. of Pet. Sci & Eng. 10, (1993), 55-59.

27. Hasan, A.R. and Kabir, C.S.: “Gas Void Fraction in Two-phase Up-flow in Vertical and Inclined Annuli,” Int. J. Multiphase Flow. 18, no. 2, (1992), 279-293.

28. Hasan, A. R. 1991: Simultaneous Measurement of Mass Flux and Steam Quality in Geothermal Wells Using Homogeneous and Separated Flow Models, Chem. Eng. Comm. 105, 185-199.

29. Hasan, A. R. 1990: Modifications of James Correlation for Predicting Mass Flux and Steam Quality in Geothermal Wells Containing Dissolved Gases and Solids, Chem. Eng. Comm. 97, 1-7.

30. Hasan, A.R. and Kabir, C.S.: "A New Model for Two-Phase Oil/Water Flow: Production Log Interpretation and Tubular Calculations," SPEPE (May 1990) 193-199; Trans., AIME.

31. Kabir, C.S. and Hasan, A.R.: "Performance of a Two-phase Gas-liquid Flow Model in Vertical Wells," J. Pet. Sci., Eng, 4 , 1990.

32. 22. Hasan, A.R. and Kabir, C.S.: "Predicting Multiphase Flow Behavior in a Deviated Well." SPEPE (Nov. 1988) 474-482.

33. Hasan, A.R.: "Inclined Two-phase Flow: Pattern Transition, Void Fraction and Pressure Drop." Particulate

Phen. & Multiphase Trans. Vol. 1, ed. T.N. Veziroglu, Hemisphere Pub. (New York, 1988).

34. Hasan, A.R. and Kabir, C.S.: "A Study of Multiphase Flow Behavior in Vertical Wells," SPEPE (May 1988) 263-272; Trans., AIME.

35. Hasan, A.R.: "Void Fraction in Bubbly, Slug and Churn Flow in Vertical Two-phase Flow." Chem. Eng. Comm, April, 1988.

36. 24. Hasan, A.R., Kabir C.S., and Rahman*, R.: "Predicting Liquid Gradient in Pumping-Well Annulus," SPEPE (Feb. 1988) 113-120; Trans., AIME.

37. 25. Hasan, A. R. and Kabir, C. S.: "Determining Bottomhole Pressures in Pumping Wells," SPEJ (Dec. 1985) 823-838.

38. Hasan, A. R. and Rhodes, E.: "Effect of Mass Flux and System Pressure on Two-phase Friction Multiplier." Chem. Eng. Comm., 27, 1984.

39. Hasan, A. R. and Rhodes, E.: "Two-phase Flow Heat Transfer in a Horizontal Steam-water System." Chem. Eng. Comm., 22 (3-4), 1983.

40. Hasan, A. R. and Rhodes, E.: "Boiling Two-phase Flow Heat Transfer in a Bend." Chem. Eng. Comm., 18 (1-4), 1982.

Pressure Transient Analysis:

1. Hasan, A.R. and Kabir, C.S.: “A Mechanistic Approach to Understanding Wellbore Phase Redistribution,” In Situ 19 (2): 155-177, 1995.

2. Hasan, A.R. and Kabir, C.S.: “Modeling Changing Storage in a Shut-in Test,” SPEFE (Dec. 1994) 279-284.

3. Kabir, C.S. and Hasan, A.R.: "Two-Phase Flow Correlations as Applied to Pumping Well Testing," J. Energy Resources Tech. 116 (2): 121-128, 1994.

4. Kabir, C.S., Badry, R.A. and Hasan, A.R.: "Two-phase gas-liquid flow rate estimation during closed- chamber testing," J Cdn. Pet. Tech. 30 , no. 2, (March-April 1991).

5. Kabir, C.S., Badry, R.A., and Hasan, A.R.: "Two-Phase Gas-Liquid Flow Rate Estimation During Closed- Chamber Testing," J. Cdn. Pet. Tech. 30 (2): 102-122, 1991.

6. Hasan, A.R. and Kabir, C.S.: "Prefracture Testing in Tight Gas Reservoirs," SPEE (April 1986) 128-138.

7. Hasan, A.R. and Kabir, C.S.: "Pressure Buildup Analysis: A Simplified Approach," JPT (Jan. ‘83) 178-188.

8. Kabir, C.S. and Hasan, A.R.: "Application of Mass Balance in Pumping-Well Analysis," JPT (May 1982)

1002-1010.

Slurry Flow:

1. Ahmed*, S.F. and Hasan1993: A.R.: Rheology of Low-rank Coal-water Fuel Slurries at High and Low Shear Rates, Fuel, 72, 763-769.

2. Hasan, A.R. and Baria D.N. 1987: "Pressure Drop and Flow rate Measurement in Lignite-water Slurry Flow," Energy Sources. 9.

3. Hasan, A.R., Baria D.N. and Rao*, R.V. 1986: Rheological Behavior of Low Rank Coal-water Slurries. Chem. Eng. Comm, 46 (4-6).

Miscellaneous:

1. Rahman * , M. Hasan, A.R. and Baria, D.N. 1986: Low Temperature Oxidation of Low Rank Coals. Chem. Eng. Comm, 46.

2. Hasan, A.R. and Baria D.N.: "Steam/hot Water Drying of Low Rank Coals," Energy Progress, March 1986.

3. Hasan A.R. and Karim, M.N. 1984: Use of Finite Propagation Velocity in the Solution of Interface Mass Transfer Problems. Chem. Eng. Comm., 28.

RECENT PRESENTATIONS/REPORTS

1. Mereddy, V.R., Hasan, A. R., and Sternberg, S.P.: A Prototype System for Chemical Hydrogen Generation and Storage for Operating ITS Devices,Final Report, Published by Intelligent Transportation Systems Institute, Center for Transportation Studies, University of Minnesota. Dec. 30, 2012.

2. Hasan, A. R.: “Analytical Model for Sustained Pressure in a Cemented Annulus with Mud Column.” Final Report, Hess Corp., Houston, U.S.A. Dec. 20, 2012.

3. A. R. Hasan and V. R. Mereddy: “Metalhydride/Fuelcell System as Energy Source in Remote Locations”, to be presented at the International Conf. on Chemical Engineering, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Dec. 29-30, 2011.

4. Ismadi, D., Kabir, C.S., and Hasan, A.R.: “The Use of Combined Static and Dynamic Material-Balance Methods in Gas Reservoirs,” Paper SPE 145798 presented at the SPE Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition, 20-22 September, 2011, Jakarta, Indonesia.

5. Hasan, A. R.: “Flow-Rate Estimation from Wellhead-Pressure and -Temperature Data.” Final Report, Hess Corp., Houston, U.S.A. (Dec. 5, 2010).

6. Wang, X. and Hasan, A.R.: "Techniques to Improve Flow Profiling Using Distributed Temperature Sensors.” SPE Latin American & Caribbean Pet. Eng. Conf., Lima, Peru, 1-3, Dec. 2010.

7. Hasan, A.R., Izgec, B., and Kabir, C.S.: "Ensuring Sustained Production by Managing Annular-Pressure Build-up.” SPE 121754, SPE EUROPEC/EAGE Annual Conference and Exhibition held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 811 June 2009.

8. Hasan, A.R. and Kabir, C.S.: “Modeling Two-Phase Fluid and Heat Flows in Geothermal Wells,” paper SPE 121351 presented at the SPE Western Regional Meeting, 24-26 March 2009, San Jose, CA.

9. Hasan, A.R. and Wang, X.: "Analysis and Applications of Steam-Water Flow in Wells.” Proc. International Petroleum Technology Conf., Doha, Qatar, 7-10, Dec. 2009.

SHORT COURSES/ WORKSHOPS

“Fluid & Heat Flow Problems in Production-Operation” SPE Short course, Houston, TX., May 1-2, 2005.

Fluid & Heat Flow in Production-Operation Modeling and Problem Solutions,” Short Course offered to Engineers of Chevron-Texaco, Houston, TX, May 16, 2004.

Solving Production-Operation Problems Using Fluid and Heat Flow Principles,” SPE Short- course, San Ramon, CA, Aug. 13-14, 2001.

Fluid & Heat Flow in Production-Operation Modeling and Problem Solutions,” Work Shop offered to

Engineers of Chevron, at La Habra, CA, Aug. 21-23, 1996.

Multiphase Flow and Heat Flow,” Work Shop offered at Stavanger Univ., Norway, Dec. 16, 1999.