Thursday, March 30, 2017

The IAPG section of Pakistan

Welcome to the IAPG section of Pakistan! 

The section will work under the responsibility of Muhammad Yaseen and Emad Ullah Khan, Lecturers at the Department of Geology, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan.

Currently IAPG-Pakistan can count on 33 members.

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Muhammad Yaseen
Muhammad Yaseen works as Lecturer in the Department of Geology at the Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan (Pakistan). He got a Merit Certificate of the Department of Geology at University of Peshawar in 2013. He has worked in different national and international research projects funded by Schlumberger, PPL and HDIP Pakistan. He worked as Assistant Geologist at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Oil & Gas Company Limited (KPOGCL), where he carried out project activities on shale gas, shale oil and tight gas study (SSTS) and on the assessment of shale gas potential of upper Indus Basin by integrating geological, geochemical and petrophysical data. He has been involved in mapping for more than 5 years, contributing to, or coordinating 2 published and 2 still unpublished geological maps in the areas of the Peshawar Basin. He started his studies in petrophysics and structural geology, but working on sedimentary & metamorphic terranes, he also became interested in sedimentary petrology and sedimentology. He coordinated or contributed to geological reports and technical studies of Peshawar Basin and adjoining FATA areas.

Emad Ullah Khan
Emad Ullah Khan works as Lecturer in the Department of Geology at the Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan (Pakistan). Before joining AWKUM he worked as visiting lecturer at University of Malakand. He did his Mphil in the Department of Earth Sciences, Quaid-e-Azam, Islamabad in 2015. He got his Bachelors in Earth Sciences at COMSATS, Abbottabad, in 2012. His expertise is in the field of carbonate sedimentology focusing on the dolomitization process, geochemistry & reservoir characterization..

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