Chikezie Nwaoha

Chikezie Nwaoha is a researcher at the Clean Energy Technologies Research Institute (CETRI), University of Regina. He has more than 7 years’ research and development experience in carbon capture and utilization from large industrial sources, gas separation, clean energy technologies and process simulation and optimization.


He has published over 10 research articles in international peer review journals and presented papers at international conferences. In 2012, Mr. Nwaoha co-edited the book titled ‘Process Plant Equipment: Operation, Control and Reliability’ which was published by John Wiley and Sons, USA. This was followed by the book titled ‘Corrosion and Materials in the Oil and Gas Industries’ which was published in 2013 by CRC Press (Taylor and Francis Group), USA. He is also a co-author of the books ‘Dictionary of Industrial Terms’ and ‘Dictionary of Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Processing’ which were both published in 2013 by Scrivener Publishing, USA and CRC Press (Taylor and Francis Group), USA respectively. These book projects had over 70 contributors working in all parts of the world – USA, Canada, England, Scotland, Italy, Serbia, Norway, Turkey, Portugal, Nigeria, Egypt, China, Japan, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Jordan, Oman, Singapore, Iraq, Iran, United Arab Emirates, Australia, Brazil and India.


Mr. Nwaoha is engineer–in–training (EIT) with Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS). He is also a member of Pulp and Paper Technical Association of Canada (PAPTAC), Gas Processing Association of Canada (GPAC) and Professional Writers Association of Canada (PWAC).


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Articles by Chikezie Nwaoha


Corrosion Identification and Control in Crude Oil Refineries Corrosion Identification and Control in Crude Oil Refineries Corrosion Identification and Control in Crude Oil Refineries Corrosion Identification and Control in Crude Oil Refineries


The refining of crude oil into usable products is a complex process with many opportunities for corrosion to gain a foothold. The presence...

The Science behind Oil and Natural Gas Pipeline Corrosion and Coatings The Science behind Oil and Natural Gas Pipeline Corrosion and Coatings The Science behind Oil and Natural Gas Pipeline Corrosion and Coatings The Science behind Oil and Natural Gas Pipeline Corrosion and Coatings


Internal and external pipeline coatings play key roles to prevent oil and natural gas pipelines from coming into contact with corrosive...

Potential Causes of Corrosion in Pre-combustion and Hydrogen Production Process Plants Potential Causes of Corrosion in Pre-combustion and Hydrogen Production Process Plants Potential Causes of Corrosion in Pre-combustion and Hydrogen Production Process Plants Potential Causes of Corrosion in Pre-combustion and Hydrogen Production Process Plants


The elevated temperatures and high pressure found in the pre-combustion hydrogen production process along with the presence of corrosive...

The 4 Important Corrosion Sources in Natural Gas Dehydration Process Plants The 4 Important Corrosion Sources in Natural Gas Dehydration Process Plants The 4 Important Corrosion Sources in Natural Gas Dehydration Process Plants The 4 Important Corrosion Sources in Natural Gas Dehydration Process Plants


The efficiency of the acid gas removal unit plays a role in reducing corrosion rates in gas dehydration process systems. The main aim is to...

5 Key Questions About Corrosion in Carbon Capture Processing Plants 5 Key Questions About Corrosion in Carbon Capture Processing Plants 5 Key Questions About Corrosion in Carbon Capture Processing Plants 5 Key Questions About Corrosion in Carbon Capture Processing Plants


Corrosion in carbon capture process plants can be triggered by a number of factors such as impurities in the feed gas and the type and...

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