Oluwaseun A. Fadipe
Programme: Applied Geology
Supervisor: Prof. Paul Carey
Tel: +27 (0)21 959 2683
Supporting staff in Earth science department 2009- date
PhD 2010 – date: Reservoir Quality, Structural Architecture, Fluid Evolution and Their Controls on Reservoir Performance in Block 9, F-O Gas Filed, Bredasdorp Basin, Offshore South Africa.
M.Sc 2009: Facies, Depositional Environments and Reservoir Properties of the Albian Age Gas Bearing Sandstone Reservoir of the Ibhubesi Field; Offshore, South Africa.
B.Sc (Hons) 2007: Petrographic and Geochemical analysis of Prince Albert and Collingham formation, Karoo basin, South Africa.
B.Sc (Hons) 2004: Petrochemical analysis of calc-gneiss in Ijero Kingdom, Ekiti state, South-west Nigeria.
Recent Measures of Esteem:
- AAPG Grant-in aid by Kenneth H. Crandall. (2011)
- Inkaba Ye Africa scholarship for PhD candidate 2011
- Best graduating earth science PG student in 2010 (M.Sc Cum Laude)
- AAPG Grant-in aid by Gustavus E. Achie. (2009)
- PetroSA Full Scholarship for post graduate Studies in UWC. (2008)
- Ekiti State government outstanding student scholarship, Nigeria. (2007)
- America Association of Petroleum Geologist 10039526
- Society of Exploration Geophysicist (SEG) 163932
- Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) 3306211
- Geological Society of South Africa (GSSA) Member
- Nigeria Association of Petroleum Explorationist ST2001/2066
- Energy Mineral Division (Division of AAPG) Member
Oluwaseun is active in many fields of geological research ranging from source rock evaluation to structural map interpretation, sequence stratigraphy and reservoir petrophysics but his current research focuses on the reservoir quality, fluid dynamics and their control on the performance of reservoirs in one of the most prolific gas field offshore South Africa. He has been able to present in many prestigious international conferences (AAPG Denver, Colorado and Houston, Texas) to mention a few and also a member of the pioneer team that started the AAPG imperial barrel award (IBA) at the African regional level.