Dr. Mohamed R. Shalaby

Senior Lecturer
nb.ude.dbu@ybalahs.bagar

Portfolio

Educational Qualifications: BSc, MSc (Tanta), PhD (Tokyo, Egypt)

Research Interests

  • Petroleum Geology
  • Formation Evaluation
  • Organic Geochemistry
  • Reservoir Characterization
  • Petrophysics

Teaching

  • SG-2303 Sedimentology and Stratigraphy
  • SG-4302 Petroleum Geology
  • SG-4308 Well Log Analysis

Publications

  • Hakimi, M. H., Abdullah, W. H., Shalaby, M. R. & Alramisy, G. A. Geochemistry and organic petrology study of Kimmeridgian organic-rich shales in the Marib-Shabowah Basin, Yemen: Origin and implication for depositional environments and oil-generation potential. Mar. Pet. Geol. 50, 185–201 (2014).
  • Shalaby, M. R., Hakimi, M. H. & Abdullah, W. H. Petroleum system analysis of the Khatatba Formation in the Shoushan Basin, north Western Desert, Egypt. Arab. J. Geosci. 7, 4303–4320 (2013).
  • Shalaby, M. R., Hakimi, M. H. & Abdullah, W. H. Diagenesis in the Middle Jurassic Khatatba Formation sandstones in the Shoushan Basin, northern Western Desert, Egypt. Geol. J. 49, 239–255 (2014).
  • Shalaby, M. R., Hakimi, M. H. & Abdullah, W. H. Modeling of gas generation from the Alam El-Bueib formation in the Shoushan Basin, northern Western Desert of Egypt. Int. J. Earth Sci. 102, 319–332 (2012).
  • Shalaby, M. R., Hakimi, M. H. & Abdullah, W. H. Organic geochemical characteristics and interpreted depositional environment of the Khatatba Formation, northern Western Desert, Egypt. Am. Assoc. Pet. Geol. Bull. 96, 2019–2036 (2012).