Work with thought leaders and academic experts in Geochemistry and Petrology

Companies can greatly benefit from working with experts in Geochemistry and Petrology. These professionals possess in-depth knowledge of the chemical and physical processes that occur in rocks and minerals. By collaborating with them, companies can gain insights into geological formations, identify potential mineral resources, and optimize extraction processes. Geochemistry and Petrology experts can also help companies in environmental monitoring, assessing the impact of mining activities, and developing sustainable practices. Their expertise can be applied in various industries such as mining, oil and gas, environmental consulting, and geotechnical engineering.

Researchers on NotedSource with backgrounds in Geochemistry and Petrology include Zohreh Movahed, Keisha Walters, Ramil Ahmadov, PhD, Philip Ball, and Kamal Al-Malah, Ph.D..

Philip Ball

Houston, Texas, United States of America
Philip Ball has 20 years’ experience within international energy exploration and development within the Oil and Gas, Geothermal and Natural Hydrogen Industries.
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Geochemistry and Petrology
Other Research Expertise (20)
Rifted Margins
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Philip has 20+ years experience within the international energy exploration and development, spanning the Oil and Gas, Geothermal, and Natural Hydrogen Industries.  Philip is presently Owner/Director of Geothermal Energy Advisors, LLC (GEA) a consultation group specializing in geothermal exploration and development. He is also an Investor/Partner in Natural Hydrogen Ventures, (NHV), an international, investment fund looking to invest in the emerging natural hydrogen industry. In a voluntary capacity, Philip holds the position of Honorary Senior Researcher at Keele University in the UK. Philip is an advisor for Project InnerSpace, Phase-1, “geothermal resource characterization”, and a Board Member for the EARTHSAFE project Earth’s Critical Resources for Clean Energy and a Sustainable Future, at the University of Twente.  Philip is also a member of the advisory board for the New York Energy Capital Assembly, in collaboration with the Energy Council. In the last 15 years Philip has authored >100 abstracts and \~25 peer reviewed articles. As of today, Philip’s work has been cited \~935 times, his research metrics are: h-index, 15; i10-index 14.  October 2023 Philip was recently (2023) co-awarded, as a member of a research team, the Alejandro Ángel Escobar Award (the Colombian National Prize of Research in Natural Sciences).

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Kamal Al-Malah, Ph.D.

Aspen Plus and MATLAB Expert as Related to Modeling, Simulation, Design, and Economics of Chemical Processes
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Geochemistry and Petrology
Other Research Expertise (36)
Chemical Engineering
Analytical Chemistry
Filtration and Separation
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Dr. Kamal I.M. Al-Malah, a portable, platform-independent professor of chemical engineering. He holds B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees all in chemical/biochemical engineering. Dr. Al-Malah graduated from Oregon State University in 1993, and his area of specialty during M.S. and Ph.D. programs dealt with protein interactions and behavior at interfaces in biological systems. He currently researches in the modeling, simulation, and optimization aspects of physical/biophysical systems and characterization of molecular properties within the dome of chemical, biochemical, pharmaceutical, and food engineering. Dr. Al-Malah is a sole book author with renowned publishers as shown below: 1. Al-Malah, K., “Machine and Deep Learning Using MATLAB Algorithms and Tools for Scientists and Engineers”, 1st Edition. Wiley & Sons, Inc. In Press (December, 2023). 2\. Al\-Malah\, K\.\, “Aspen Plus: Chemical Engineering Applications”\, 2nd Edition\. Wiley & Sons\, Inc\. October\, 2022\. https://www\.wiley\.com/en\-ae/Aspen\+Plus:\+Chemical\+Engineering\+Applications\,\+2nd\+Edition\-p\-9781119868699 3\. Al\-Malah\, K\.\, “Aspen Plus: Chemical Engineering Applications”\, Wiley & Sons\, Inc\. \(http://eu\.wiley\.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd\-1119131235\.html\) 4\. Al\-Malah\, K\.\, “MATLAB®: Numerical Methods with Chemical Engineering Applications”\, McGraw Hill\, Inc\.\, https://www\.accessengineeringlibrary\.com/content/book/9780071831284

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Example Geochemistry and Petrology projects

How can companies collaborate more effectively with researchers, experts, and thought leaders to make progress on Geochemistry and Petrology?

Mineral Exploration

A mining company can collaborate with a Geochemistry and Petrology expert to identify potential mineral deposits and determine their economic viability. The expert can analyze rock samples, conduct geochemical surveys, and provide valuable insights for targeted exploration.

Environmental Impact Assessment

An environmental consulting firm can work with a Geochemistry and Petrology researcher to assess the impact of mining or industrial activities on the environment. The expert can analyze soil and water samples, study the geochemical processes, and provide recommendations for mitigating environmental risks.

Reservoir Characterization

An oil and gas company can collaborate with a Geochemistry and Petrology specialist to characterize reservoir rocks and understand their fluid flow properties. The expert can analyze core samples, study the mineralogy, and provide insights for optimizing production and recovery strategies.

Geotechnical Engineering

A construction company can benefit from the expertise of a Geochemistry and Petrology researcher in assessing the stability and suitability of rock formations for infrastructure projects. The expert can analyze rock samples, study their mechanical properties, and provide recommendations for foundation design and slope stability.

Climate Change Research

A research institution can collaborate with a Geochemistry and Petrology expert to study the impact of climate change on geological processes. The expert can analyze sediment cores, study isotopic compositions, and contribute to understanding past climate variations and predicting future changes.