Dean Assistant for Administrative Affairs

Name : Dr.  Furat A. S. AL-Musawi.

 

Birth: Iraq 1968 .

 

Marital Status: Married.

 

Email: dr.furat_geo@yahoo.com 

 

Cell No.  00964 -7901597527

 

Position : Deputy Dean for administration, Al-Karkh University for science. 

 

 


Qualification:

 

2010 -  PhD, Petroleum Geology, Joint scholarship between Baghdad University, Iraq & Stanford University, School of Earth Science, USA. 
      
1997 - M.Sc. Petroleum Geology, Collage of Science, 
Baghdad University.

1994 - B.Sc. Geology, Collage of Science, Baghdad University.

* Petroleum affairs specialist  of South Iraq.

* High skills in Oil Companies negotiations.

*14 years of Diversified Accomplishment in Petroleum and Gas industry and taught of earth Sciences, as well as researcher in Petroleum Geology.

*Received special awards for excellence in research works and extraordinary performance.

*Members of more than 15 technical and scientific committees. 

*Attending more than 12 geological conferences and symposiums.
 
*Good communication, team working researcher as group team leader. 

*Friendly, helpful, integrity, conscientious, independent, honest enthusiasm and systematic.

*Strategic thinking, analytical ability, planning and staff development.

*Negotiation skills, management skills. 

*Planning of scientific research projects.

*Provide supports to the governmental organizations.

*Leadership of scientific projects serving community.

* Computer Applications:  Microsoft Office Word, Internet,ext.

 

 

PROFISIONAL EXPERINCE:

 

06/16 – Now: Deputy Dean for administration, Al-Karkh University for science. 

09/08 – 06/16 Head of Petroleum Research Unit& Asst. Prof.  in applied geology department, University of Babylon. Iraq.
Responsibilities:
Researcher of projects including petroleum system of different oil fields in Iraq, teaching (Oil reservoir, Oil exploration, Organic geochemistry, well logging). 

06/12 – 10/12 Petroleum Geology Consultant, Oman Oil Company for Exploration and Production. (OOCEP).
Responsibilities:
Consultant of new oil fields projects in Iraq, especially in fields in round beds in Iraq.


06/05 – 08/08 Lecturer in Physical department, University of Karbala.
Responsibilities: Teaching (Physical geology) & Petroleum researcher of Merjan oil field.
05/02 – 05/05 Geologist & Team Leader, Iraqi Water Well Drilling Company.
Responsibilities:
Well site geology.

05/99 – 04/02 Petroleum Geologist, Jordanian Natural Resource.
Responsibilities:
Working in the geochemical and palynological Projects in Jordan.

02/98 – 04/99 Petroleum Geologist, Petroleum Research Petroleum Center, Libya.
Responsibilities:
 Petroleum system projects  of oil fields in Libya.

 

 

Selected Taught Subjects:


 
*Petroleum Geology, Organic Geochemistry, Oil Reservoirs and Source Rocks evaluation, Oil Exploration. Basin modeling. Seismic stratigraphy. 
*Environmental geology and Pollution. , Radioactive Pollution. 
*Pollution legislation and discipline. ,Geo-environmental research studies.

 

 

Training Course:

 

2010- Oilfield services within drilling operations. (Two weeks).
2008- Basin modeling analysis with Dr. K.Peters, oil expert at Schlemperger oil company, USA.
- Molecular Biomarker Analysis, with Prof.Dr.  J.M.Moldowan, 
Stanford University, School of Earth Science, USA. (6 months).
-  Reservoir characteristics, with Dr. J.Dahil, oil expert at 
   Chevron Oil Company, USA.    
2007- Oil field project managements, Libya. (Tow weeks).
2006 – Well logging interpretations, Iraqi oil explorations Company.
             (Three weeks).
2005 – Work shop in oil production control, Egypt. (Two weeks).

 

 

Publications:

 

*Al-Ameri, T.K., Al-Musawi, F.A., & Batten, D.J., 1999: Palynofacies indications of depositional environments and source potential for hydrocarbons: uppermost Jurassic-basal cretaceous Sulaiy formation, southern Iraq, Cretaceous Research, Academic Press-London 20,359-363.

*Al-Musawi, F.A., 2001: Palynological evidences on the climatic and environmental chances during the late Holocene in the Mesopotamian plain, southern Iraq. (Proceeding of the first national symposium on scientific and technical support for archaeological studies).

*Moldowan, J. M.; Dahl, Jeremy E.; Saleh, Furat A.; Ekweozor, Chukwuemeka M.; Rangel, Mario; Chen, ZhengZheng; Mello, Marcio, 2009, New Technologies Improve Petroleum Source Typing and Process Delineation: Examples from Offshore Brazil, West Africa, U.S. Gulf of Mexico and Iraq, AAPG International Conference and Exhibition, 15-18, November 2009 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  
    
*Al-Ameri, Thamer K., Furat Ata Al-Musawi 2011: Hydrocarbon generation potential of the uppermost Jurassic-basal Cretaceous Sulaiy Formation, South Iraq. Arabian Journal Geosciences, volume 3, number one.
* Al-Ameri, T.K. Shahad W Al- Marsoumi & Furat A Al-Musawi,2014 :
“Crude oil characterization, affinity and migration pathways of Halfaya 
oil field in Mesan Governorate, South Iraq ”.
 Arabian Journal  Geosciences,   volume 5, number one.

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