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Qifei Huang
Qifei Huang
Phone:
(979) 845-2451
Fax:
(979) 845-6162
Email:
huangqifei58@tamu.edu
Office:
Halbouty 68
Address:
Department of Geology and Geophysics
Texas A&M University
3115 TAMU
College Station, Texas 77843-3115

Degrees:

B.S., 2011, China University Of Petroleum

PH.D. Candidate, Texas A&M University

Awards:
  • 2015-2017 Williford Scholars Award
  • 2014-2015 ConocoPhillips Fellowship
  • First place in 2013-2014 G&G Research Symposium
  • Fall2013 Newfield Fellowship
  • 2012-2013 Aramco Fellowship
  • 2011-2012 Marathon Fellowship
Courses:

Teaching Assistant: Mineralogy Lab, Aug 2013-May 2014

Petroleum Geology Lab, Aug 2015-Dec 2015


Links:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/qifei-huang-72a75480?trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile_pic 

Qifei Huang

Graduate Student

Research Interests

Current research: Study of the influence of sea level change on dolomitization and its related pore structures

Previous research: Carbonate reservoir characterization and prediction of high permeability zones, Puguang Gas Field

  • Detailed core descriptions with a focus on pore structure classification
  • Study of the petrophysical responses of different diagenetic pore structures and quantification of different pore structures by petrophysical and rock physical parameters, such as the Frame Flexibility Factor in Sun's rock physics model and Cementation Factor in Archie's equation
  • Establishment of new permeability model based on pore structure classification for pre-stack seismic inversion of permeability on top of porosity and pore structure parameter inversion

Previous research: Petrophysical Analysis of Microbial Carbonate Reservoir, Little Cedar Creek, Alabama

  • Characterization of different sedimentary facies and related pore structures using the concept of Cementation Factor Deviation and Velocity Deviation; Correlation of permeability with pore structure variation from Cementation Factor analysis

Selected Publications

  • Qifei Huang and Yuefeng Sun (2013) Resistivity indication of reservoir flow potential in carbonate rocks: A case study of Little Cedar Creek field, onshore Alabama. SEG 2013: pp. 2616-2620.  doi: 10.1190/segam2013-1445.1
  • Qifei Huang Resistivity Indication of Reservoir Flow Potential in Carbonate Rocks: A Case Study of Little Cedar Creek Field, Onshore Alabama. 2014, AAPG, Houston, Texas, April6-9, 2014
  • Qifei Huang and Yuefeng Sun (2015) An integrated approach to quantify the geological control of carbonate pore types on permeability. SEG 2015: pp. 2995-2999. doi: 10.1190/segam2015-5882184.1
  • Qifei Huang and Yuefeng Sun (2016) A new perspective to understand the control of sea level on carbonate pore structure by seismic inversion. SEG 2016 (Accepted)
  • Sun, P.K., Xu, H.M., Dou, Q.F., Adesokan, H., Sun, Y.F., Huang, Q.F., Jiang, N., Investigation of pore-type heterogeneity and its inherent genetic mechanisms in deeply buried carbonate reservoirs based on some analytical methods of rock physics. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, Volume27, Part1, P. 385-398, doi:10.1016/j.jngse.2015.08.073
  • Lei Zhang, Lunwei Zhu, Jianian Shen, Qifei Huang, A Three-Fold Classification of Tight Gas Based Primarily on Dynamic Relationship Between Gas Charging History and Reservoir Tightening Process and its Application, The Open Petroleum Engineering Journal , 2015, 8: 51-57, DOI: 10.2174/1874834101508010051

Additional Information

Advisor: Yuefeng Sun
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