Ahmad Ghuloum

Graduate Student
Master's of Science in Petroleum Engineering (In Progress)
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Ahmad Ghuloum received his bachelor degree from Kuwait University – Petroleum and Engineering Department in 2009. Later he joined Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) to work as Petroleum Engineer in Field Development Group-North Kuwait fields for around 8 years. As part of employee development plan in KOC, he has been nominated to pursue his master degree in petroleum Engineering. Currently he is a graduate student in Petroleum & Chemical Engineering department of University of Kansas and working with Dr. Reza Barati group.

Selected Publications

Author and presenter of IPTC Paper-18952-MS titled "Production Measurement Correction for ESP Wells Using Modified Connection Set-Up and Procedures on Flow Measurement Units" (10th IPTC) Bangkok, Thailand 2016


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