West Virginia University
Kashy Aminian, Professor of Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering at West Virginia University, has 40 years of distinguished service in both industry and academia. He holds MS and PhD degrees both from University of Michigan. He has extensive research and teaching experience in the areas of unconventional natural gas resource development and reservoir engineering.
Natural Gas Production and Storage Reservoir Characterization and Modeling Coalbed Methane Development Improved Oil and Gas Recovery Environmental Applications