Hager Atef Elattar
(2016) I got a Bachelor degree in Petroleum and Water Geoscince from Geology department, Faculty of science, Suez Canal Univeristy.
(2016-2017) Had an intership training with ALAMAL which powered by EGS(Egyptian Geophysical Society, Shell, BP, Rock hopper Exploration.
(2017-2020) worked as demonstrator at Geology department, Faculty of science, Suez Canal Univeristy.
(2018-2020) I got a Master degree ( MSc. Petroleum Geology ) at Faculty of science, Suez Canal Univeristy.
(2020-2022) worked as assistant lecturer at Geology department, Faculty of science, Suez Canal Univeristy.
At ( 2022 ); Im currently a PhD student at School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds.
My research interests involve fractured carbonate reservoirs. It considers concepts underpinning the nature of fractured carbonate reservoirs, including the roles of fractures, the relationship(s) between dolomitization and fractures, new analytical techniques that can be brought to bear on fractured reservoirs, as well as the implication of fractures on fluid production. More specifically, I aim to study the interaction and impact of fracture populations and dolomitization processes on reservoir quality within the Alamein Formation in the Razzak oil field complex and work on fractures at the large scale (using seismic data), fractures at a meso-scale (using FMI) and fractures at the pore scale (using core samples)
- BSc. Petroleum and Water geoscience (SCU, Egypt)
- MSc. Petroleum Geology (SCU, Egypt)