Dr Richard Amorin is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering at the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT). He as over ten years of community service, teaching, and research experiences in the field of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering. His research focuses on drilling optimisation, oil and gas gathering, transportation, storage and usage, and HSE. He has supervised several undergraduates and as well as postgraduate students. He has eighteen technical papers and eleven conference papers to his credit. He is the recipient of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) 2019 Africa Regional Distinguished Achievement Award for Petroleum Engineering Faculty. He is also the quiz coach/faculty advisor for oil and gas and related SPE activities respectively in the university. He has led the university to win many glories including the National Tertiary Edition of the Ghana Gas Challenge, 2019, and thrice in a row, the Annual National Petrobowl Quiz Competition (2016, 2017, 2018). He is an international volunteer for SPE and has also served on many committees at several local, national and international levels. He is a reviewer for many international journals and an external examiner for one of the public universities in Ghana. He is a member of many international organisations including Society of Petroleum Engineers, African Union Network of Sciences and International Association of Engineers. He is also the Chairman of the University’s Inter-Denominational Chaplaincy Committee that oversees all religious activities on campus to ensure conducive atmosphere of worship/fellowship for all. He also has a very good knowledge and field experience in cadastre and engineering (topographic and levelling) surveys.
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