Samuel Ojo is a specialist in the petrophysical properties of reservoir rocks with many years of dynamic experience both in experimental and log based analysis. He is a fully trained Log Analyst with extended experience in the integration of log with pressure and core data (Repeated Formation Tester, Routine Core Analysis, Special core Analysis, Scanning Electron Microscopy Nuclear Magnetic Resonance etc.).He has worked on a number of Niger Delta onshore and offshore oil fields, producing quality petrophysical properties needed for geological modeling and dynamic simulation. Through cutting-edge research, he has solved petrophysical challenges associated with many problematic reservoirs by building cost effective petrophysical models (especially for permeability predictions). As a consultant to a number of oil service companies, he has served as a Petrophysics team lead in not less than nine (9) integrated field studies projects between 2013 and 2018.
Besides being a onetime guest speaker at London Petrophysical Society, he has also recently carried out an independent petrophysical evaluation of a number of tight gas sandstone wells in a joint industry project (JIP) by British Petroleum and six (6) other oil and gas companies represented in United Kingdom. His specific wealth of experience covers, but not limited to gathering, depth matching, splicing, analyzing and evaluating logs, pressure, and core data using different types of computerized evaluation packages to estimate petrophysical parameters. He constantly seeks challenging opportunities in order to make meaningful contributions towards optimizing oil production. He received a BSc degree in Physics from University of Lagos and MSc Physics (Geophysics) from same University. He attended University of Leeds, England between 2016 and 2017 for a Miscellaneous Postgraduate Research Study with a focus on Integrated Petrophysics. He currently holds an academic accolade for graduating with the highest ever CGPA (4.88) in the Department of Physics (Masters Level). He is an expert in the use of Geolog software (version 671p30), Interactive Petrophysics (version 4.2) and Schlumberger Techlog. He is also a brilliant coach who has trained and mentored not less than 30 young geoscientists in recent years and yet keeps pursuing his noble call, which is to raise a generation of purpose-driven intellectuals with the fear of God. He believes that early exposure to industry practices is a fundamental requirement to a consistently stable economy.