Latest Classes
Basic EOR (Enhanced Oil Recovery)

This class can be taught on site or at the designated site.  This particular class is being offered by the University of Texas distance learning arm PETEX.

Area of Specialization
Dr. Delshad is an experienced Research Professor at the Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering at The University of Texas  with over 20 years of experience in modeling multiphase flow, property Modeling, and reservoir simulation.  She has virtually an unrivalled  experience in modeling and designing subsurface containment transport and remediation.

She has been involved in the design of several tracer and surfactant and surfactant/foam field test using UTCHEM, The University of Texas.

She is in charge of UTCHEM development and user support.
Education and Professional Experience

Research  Professor
Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering
The University of Texas at Austin

Dr. Delshad's research interests include petrophysical property modeling, enhanced oil recovery, reservoir engineering, simulation and groundwater modeling and remediation..

She has 20 years of experience in modeling multiphase flow, property modeling, and reservoir simulation and more than 18 years of experience in modeling and designing subsurface contaminant transport and remediation processes..

She has been involved in the design of several tracer and surfactant and surfactant/foam field tests using UTCHEM, The University of Texas chemical flooding oil reservoir simulator. She is in charge of UTCHEM development and user support.

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Current Research Projects

  • Reservoir Simulation.
  • Enhanced oil Recovery.
  • Modeling Naturally Fractured Oil Reservoirs.
  • Wettability Alteration Using Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery Processes.
  • TA Framework to Design and Optimize Chemical Flooding
  • Surfactant-Based Enhanced Oil Recovery Processes and Foam Mobility Control.
  • Geochemical Modeling.
  • Petrophysical property Modeling .
  • Reservoir engineering.