Engr. Kama is a Master’s Degree holder in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering from the prestigious West Virginia University, USA (May, 2004). His professional experience spans from being a Project Engineer at IEVG Corporation, Washinton DC, Logging Engineer at Epoch Well Services, Gulf of Mexico, Project Manager at Halliburton, Denver Colorado, USA and is currently General Manager Operations at Great Waves Global Energy Ltd.
Also, he was involved in the management of the largest micro-seismic project in Western USA (Chveron) and Jonah Field hydraulic fracture diagnostics of over 200 fracture treatments (Encana). Finally, Engr. Kama managed the design and monitoring of numerous oil and gas fractured wells in the Bakken, Niobrara and Barnett shale with fibre optic micro-seismic wire-line units (Halliburton, Denver Colorado).
In 2009 he was a presenter of the article “Bigger is Better” – Hydraulic Fracturing in the Williams Fork Formation in the Piceance Basin, presented at the AAPG Annual Convention in Las Vagas.
OTHER PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
-Well Completions and Productivity Expert
-Hydraulic Fracturing Certification
-Artificial Lift Certificate
AWARDS & HONORS/AFFILIATIONS
Phi Epsilon Tau, Most Outstanding Student
Honorary Citizen, City of Morgantown
Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)