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Clement Uguna

Research Fellow, Faculty of Engineering

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Research Summary

Dr Uguna is a Research Fellow at the Faculty of Engineering. He is currently investigating the mechanism of shale gas formation and how gas is stored within shale rocks in unconventional reservoirs… read more

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Current Research

Dr Uguna is a Research Fellow at the Faculty of Engineering. He is currently investigating the mechanism of shale gas formation and how gas is stored within shale rocks in unconventional reservoirs by using high water pressure pyrolysis technique to simulate shale gas generation as a function of temperature and pressure over geological time scales. This is to improve our understanding of the mechanism of shale gas formation and how it is stored within shale rocks.

Past Research

Dr Uguna have previously investigated the effects of pressure on hydrocarbon (oil and gas) generation, source rock maturation and oil cracking to gas in conventional hydrocarbon reservoir using closed system high liquid water pressure pyrolysis technique, and also investigated biomass conversion to liquid hydrocarbon using liquefied solvent extraction method.

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