Dr. Godpower Chimagwu Enyi
School of Science, Engineering and Environment
Lecturer in Petroleum and Gas Engineering
I joined the University of Salford as a Lecturer in Petroleum and Gas Engineering in January 2012. Prior to my appointment, I was a PhD research student at the same University. During my studies, I extensively used Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) in the design and development of carbon dioxide effluent treatment unit in a Gas-to-Liquid (GTL) plant. Before coming to Salford, I worked at the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria as a lecturer in Petroleum and Gas Engineering. I also have over fifteen years industrial experience in gas plant operations and gas utilization. I worked as Plant Superintendent at National Fertilizer Company of Nigeria (NAFCON) and as the same position at Eleme-Indorama Petrochemical Complex, both in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
I am presently the BEng Petroleum and Mechanical Engineering programme coordinator at the University of Salford.
Areas of research
Energy Economics, Drilling Fluid, Gas Utilisation, Enhanced Gas Recovery, Enhanced Oil Recovery
- BEng Petroleum & Mechanical Engineering Programme. I teach the following modules:
- CRN 32705: Overview of Petroleum Industry & Chemistry
- CRN 32707: Geology & Geophysics
- CRN 32706: Eng. Mat. & Petro. Group Design
Natural Gas Processing Technology and Economics
- BTech, MEng, PhD
- Member Society of Petroleum Engineers (MSPE)
- Member Nigerian Society of Engineers (MNSE)