Obi C Edmond Jnr
Obi C Edmond Jnr is a Petroleum Engineering graduate student at the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering, Texas A&M University. Obi Edmond earned a BEng in Petroleum Engineering (First Class Honors) from Covenant University, Nigeria, in 2018 having been found worthy of character and learning.
Obi Edmond has been an active member of SPE International since 2015 volunteering in various capacities such as social, technical, Petro quiz team, and served as the Treasurer of the SPE-Covenant University student chapter. Edmond has interned with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). His undergraduate thesis, which proffered an improved stability criterion for predicting severe slugging in offshore pipeline-riser systems was motivated from his industrial experience with the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG).
Edmond’s research interest includes Well Performance Prediction and Optimization, Fluid flow Modelling, Petroleum Evaluation and Management. He looks forward to an impactful journey following his interests both in practice and Academia.
Edmond is honored to have received the 2019 Imomoh Scholarship, as it motivates his perspective to the reward for hard work and service.
Edmond’s passion for volunteering and teaching drives his approach towards learning, what he calls “learning et al”. He always enjoys any sporting activity, chess, listening to music and people.