Dr. Sayantan Ghosh
- Papers published in journals: 10
- Papers presented in conferences: 2
- Citations: 140
- Ph.D. Geology, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, USA
- MS. Petroleum Engineering, University of Oklahoma, OK, USA.
- BS. Mechanical Engineering, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, USA.
Dr. Ghosh worked for major Oil & Gas companies (BP and Anadarko Petroleum Corporation in Houston offices) as a geomechanics/petrophysics for two years. He also worked in the University of Houston as a postdoctoral fellow in reservoir modelling and petrophysics for one year. He joined UPES as an Assistant Professor in January of 2021
Dr. Ghosh successfully provided a novel understanding of:
- Paelostresses in the in South Oklahoma-North Texas (USA) region over the past 300 million years through his field and subsurface study of geologic fractures.
- Hydraulic fracture propagation in shales through discrete fracture network simulation aided by field study of geologic fractures.
Interests: Reservoir geomechanics, reservoir modelling, hydraulic fracturing, geologic fractures/faults, seismicity, and petrophysics
- Ghosh, S., Galvis-Portilla H.A., Klockow C.M, and Slatt R.M, 2018. An application of outcrop analogues to understanding the origin and abundance of natural fractures in the Woodford Shale; Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 164 (2018), 623-639
- Ghosh, S., Busetti S., and Slatt R.M., 2019. Analysis and prediction of stimulated reservoir volumes through hydraulic fracturing: Examples from western Arkoma Basin; Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 182 (2019)
- Alrefaee, H., Ghosh, S., and Abdel-Fattah M., 2018. 3D seismic characterization of the polygonal fault systems and its impact on fluid flow migration: An example from the Northern Carnarvon Basin, Australia; Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 167 (2018), 120-130
- Milad B., Ghosh, S., Slatt R.M., Marfurt K.J., and Fahes, M., 2020. Practical Aspects of Upscaling Geocellular Geological Models for Reservoir Fluid Flow Simulations: A Case Study in Integrating Geology, Geophysics, and Petroleum Engineering Multiscale Data from the Hunton Group; Energies, 13(7)
- Ghosh, S., Hooker, J.N., Bontempi, C.P., and Slatt, R.M., 2018. High-resolution stratigraphic characterization of natural fracture attributes in the Woodford Shale, Arbuckle Wilderness and US-77D Outcrops, Murray County, Oklahoma; Interpretation, 6 (1), SC29-SC41
- Aghaei H., Ghosh S., Behrgani K., 2020. Example of applied outcrop analysis and its significance as an analogue for surrounding giant gas-fields; case study of Kuh-e-Surmeh region, southwestern Iran; Ore and Energy Resource Geology, 5, 100010
- Ghosh, S. and Slatt R.M.; Tectonic joint size, abundance, and connectivity: Examples from Woodford Shale and Hunton Limestone, 2019; Shale Shaker, 70 (3), 112-136
- Milad B., Ghosh, S., and Slatt R.M., 2018. Comparison of rock and natural fracture attributes in karsted and non-karsted Hunton Group Limestone: Ada and Fittstown area, Oklahoma; Shale Shaker, 69 (2), 70-86
- Ghosh, S., Milad B., Prasun S., and Ghosh S.S., 2018. Origin and Characterization of Joints in Sedimentary Rocks: A Review; Petroleum & Petrochemical Engineering Journal, 2 (5), 1-12
- Prasun S. and Ghosh, S., 2018. A new analytical model of ultimate water cut for light oil reservoirs with bottom-water; Journal of Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Sciences, 1(3), 74-81
- Ghosh, S., Rai, C.S., Sondergeld, C.H., Larese, R.E., 2014. Experimental investigation of proppant diagenesis; SPE/CSUR Unconventional Resource Conference, 1-23; Calgary, AB
- Milad B., Ghosh, S., Suliman, M., Slatt, R.M., 2018. Upscaled DFN models to understand the effects of natural fracture properties on fluid flow in the
Personal interests: Geological field trips, mentoring students