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أ. طارق عبدالله النواري سلامة

  • المؤهل العلمي: ماجستير
  • الدرجة العلمية: محاضر مساعد
  • كلية العلوم - جامعة الزيتونة

ملخص

النواري هو احد اعضاء هيئة التدريس بقسم علوم الارض بكلية العلوم . يعمل السيد النواري بجامعة الزيتونة كـمحاضر مساعد منذ 2019-03-10 وله العديد من المنشورات العلمية في مجال تخصصه

المؤهلات

1 ,2017

ماجستير

جيولوجيا البترول والمياه
جامعة المنصورة - مصر

5 ,2000

بكالوريوس

جيولوجيا
جامعة طرابلس

الخبرة

2019 - 2020

عضو هيئة تدريس في قسم علوم الارض - جامعة الزيتونة

محاضر مساعد

2019 - 2020

عضو هيئة تدريس متعاون - المعهد العالي للعلوم والتقنية - أولاد علي-ترهونة

تدريس مادة تسجيلات ابار نفطية , هندسة حفر و معمل سوائل حفر

2018 - 2019

عضو هيئة تدريس متعاون - المعهد العالي للتقنية الزراعية-الخضراء

تدريس مادة جيولوجيا بيئية

2005 - 2012

جيولوجي - شركة جيولوق النفطية

Mud Logger and Data Engineer

المنشورات

Hydrocarbon source potential of the Tanezzuft Formation, Murzuq Basin, south-west Libya: An organic geochemical approach

A detailed organic geochemical study of 20 core and cuttings samples collected from the Silurian Tanezzuft Formation, Murzuq Basin, in the south-western part of Libya has demonstrated the advantages of pyrolysis geochemical methods for evaluating the source-rock potential of this geological unit. Rock-Eval pyrolysis results indicate a wide variation in source richness and quality. The basal Hot Shale samples proved to contain abundant immature to early mature kerogen type II/III (oil–gas prone) that had been deposited in a marine environment under terrigenous influence, implying good to excellent source rocks. Strata above the Hot Shale yielded a mixture of terrigenous and marine type III/II kerogen (gas–oil prone) at the same maturity level as the Hot Shale, indicating the presence of only poor to fair source rocks.
Waleed Sh. El Diasty , Salah Y El Beialy, T.A. Anwari, D.J. Batten, (6-2017)
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Organic geochemistry of the Silurian Tanezzuft Formation and crude oils, NC115 Concession, Murzuq Basin, southwest Libya

 Thirty-six Silurian core and cuttings samples and 10 crude oil samples from Ordovician reservoirs in the NC115 Concession, Murzuq Basin, southwest Libya were studied by organic geochemical methods to determine source rock organic facies, conditions of deposition, thermal maturity and genetic relationships. The Lower Silurian Hot Shale at the base of the Tanezzuft Formation is a high-quality oil/gas-prone source rock that is currently within the early oil maturity window. The overall average TOC content of the Hot Shale is 7.2 wt% with a maximum recorded value of 20.9 wt%. By contrast, the overlying deposits of the Tanezzuft Formation have an average TOC of 0.6 wt% and a maximum value of 1.1 wt%. The organic matter in the Hot Shale consists predominantly of mixed algal and terrigenous Type-II/III kerogen, whereas the rest of the formation is dominated by terrigenous Type-III organic matter with some Type II/III kerogen. Oils from the A-, B- and H-oil fields in the NC115 Concession were almost certainly derived from marine shale source rocks that contained mixed algal and terrigenous organic input reflecting deposition under suboxic to anoxic conditions. The oils are light and sweet, and despite being similar, were almost certainly derived from different facies and maturation levels within mature source rocks. The B-oils were generated from slightly less mature source rocks than the others. Based on hierarchical cluster analysis (HCA), principal component analysis (PCA), selected source-related biomarkers and stable carbon isotope ratios, the NC115 oils can be divided into two genetic families: Family-I oils from Ordovician Mamuniyat reservoirs were probably derived from older Palaeozoic source rocks, whereas Family-II oils from Ordovician Mamuniyat–Hawaz reservoirs were probably charged from a younger Palaeozoic source of relatively high maturity. A third family appears to be a mixture of the two, but is most similar to Family-II oils. These oil families were derived from one proven mature source rock, the Early Silurian, Rhuddanian Hot Shale. There is a good correlation between the Family-II and -III oils and the Hot Shale based on carbon isotope compositions. Saturated and aromatic maturity parameters indicate that these oils were generated from a source rock of considerably higher maturity than the examined rock samples. The results imply that the oils originated from more mature source rocks outside the NC115 Concession and migrated to their current positions after generation.
W. Sh.El Diasty , S.Y.El Beialy, T.A. Anwari, K.E. Peters, D.J.Batten, (9-2017)
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Palynofacies and geochemical analyses of the Silurian Tanezzuft Formation, NC115 concession, Murzuq Basin, south-west Libya: Implications for source rock potential and palaeoenvironment

 A palynofacies and organic geochemical investigation has been undertaken on 46 core and cuttings samples taken from seven wells drilled in the NC115 Concession, Murzuq Basin, south-west Libya. Most of the samples yielded marine and non-marine palynomorphs in a fair to good state of preservation, which together with palynological data have been used to confirm the age, determine the environment of deposition, and evaluate the petroleum source potential of the Tanezzuft Formation. The palynological assemblage recovered from the basal Hot Shale contains an abundance of acritarchs, chitinozoans and cryptospores, with some taxa, such as Plectochitina sp., Evittia remota, and Tetrahedraletes medinensis, indicating an early–mid Rhuddanian (early Llandovery) age for this unit. The deposits overlying the Hot Shale yielded diverse assemblages of palynomorphs, the occurrence of Angochitina qusaibaensis and Leiofusa banderillae in particular indicating a late Rhuddanian–Telychian (Llandovery) age. Two palynofacies associations have been identified. The Hot Shale palynofacies (PF-A) contains Type-II ≥ I kerogen, which is highly oil-prone and reflects a distal suboxic–anoxic sedimentary environment. The palynofacies of the overlying deposits of the Tanezzuft Formation (PF-B) is dominated by Type-II/III kerogen, which is both oil- and gas-prone, and indicates depositional conditions that range from distal dysoxic–oxic shelf to mud-dominated oxic shelf (distal shelf). Rock-Eval pyrolysis results indicate that the Hot Shale is organically-rich with an average total organic carbon (TOC) content 7.23 wt%, whereas the TOC of the overlying deposits averages 0.62 wt%. The organic matter in the Hot Shale has the capability of generating more liquid hydrocarbons than the rest of the formation, which lies within the early oil-maturity window. A simulated burial history for the NC115 Concession allowed the time and magnitude of hydrocarbon generation from the main Silurian Tanezzuft Formation source rock to be determined. Oil generation from this source rock took place during the Carboniferous/mid-Cretaceous period, whereas the maturation level for gas had not been reached at this stage.
Waleed Sh. El Diasty , S.Y.El Beialy, T.A. Anwari, David J. Batten, (3-2019)
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