advisory board

Department Advisory Board has been constituted representing members from the Academia, Foreign University Faculty and Multinational Oil & Gas Companies. The Advisory Board ensures the quality of the Program and provides regular review of the curriculum in order to meet the requirements of the growing Petroleum industry around the globe.

Chairman
Mr. H. Masood Sohail
Ex- Chairman
Pakistan Petroleum Ltd., Karachi
Members
Professor Dr. Sarosh Hashmat Lodi
Dean (CEA), NED University of Engg. & Technology
Prof. Dr. Abid Murtaza Khan
Chairman Department of Petroleum Engineering
Mr. Nadeem Bajwa
Country Manager
Weatherford Oil Tool M.E Ltd.
Lt. Gen (R) Raza Muhammad Khan HI (M)
Managing Director / CEO
Mari Petroleum Company Limited
Mr. Javed Jadoon
GM Operations
Mari Petroleum Company Limited
Mr. Naved Alam Zuberi
Executive Director (Special Assignment)
Pakistan State Oil Limited
Dr. Fareed Iqbal Siddiqui
Sr. Manager Reservoir Engineering
Pakistan Petroleum Ltd.
Mr. Safdar Nensey
Head of sub Surface
United Energy pakistan Limited
Mr. Abdul Majeed Soomro
Chief Engineer
Sui Southern Gas Company Ltd.
Foreign Corresponding Member
Professor Dr. Khalid Aziz
Professor Otto N. Miller Chair,
Professor of Earth Sciences, Stanford University California USA

News Update

Official Launching of Norwegian Centre of Excellence in Petroleum Studies

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Well Interpretations via PanSystem (v2012) – NED by Weatherford
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Five Days Certified Training of PETREL and ECLIPSE Black Oil Simulator by Schlumberger
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Donation of IPM V8 by Petroleum Experts UK
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Training on
Dynamic Linear Swell meter with Compactor
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Distinguished Lecture on
Petroleum Cybernetics
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Guest Lecture on
Emerging Challenges in Drilling Engineering
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Job Opportunities For Petroleum Engineering Graduates
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Research Collaboration with NTNU
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Participation in FEMMe Scholarship Program
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Donation of IPM V10 by Petroleum Experts UK
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