OSUJI, Prof. Leo Chigbu

Born August 8, 1965
in

Aba, Abia State

B.Sc, PGD, M.Sc., PhD

Leo C. Osuji [PhD] is a Professor of Petroleum & Environmental Chemistry, and former Head, Department of Pure and Industrial Chemistry, University of Port Harcourt (Nigeria). He holds an Honours (B.Sc) degree in Applied/Industrial Chemistry (1986) and higher degrees in Geochemistry, Petroleum Engineering and Oil Pollution Studies. An oil-fingerprinting expert, he has over ninety (90) peer-reviewed articles published in some of the world’s finest journals, including Nature and Science. In 2010, one of his works won an award in Green and Sustainable Chemistry (Switzerland), and in 2018, another two attracted a sum of twenty-five thousand United States Dollars ($25,000) in the highly coveted World Bank award for research excellence. To date, he has successfully trained twelve PhDs, most of whom are engaged in active Research and Development activities across the globe. He is the pioneer Science Editor of the Nigerian-Books-in-Print (first published in 1996), and Editor-in-Chief of the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content (NOGIC) Research and Development Journal. In 2005, he was enlisted in World Who- is-Who in Science and Engineering. Professor Leo Osuji is also a Distinguished Inductee of Science Hall-of-Fame, University of Port Harcourt, Member Chemical Society of Nigeria (CSN), American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM) and the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE 131697-5). He was NUC Research Fellow, 2002-2006, and has been NUC accreditor to many Nigerian Universities. Professor Osuji is a seasoned environmental practitioner, registered with the National Registry of Environmental Professionals (NREP A1355], He has consulted for reputable firms, including the renowned London-based legal firm, Leigh Day & Company. He has been External Assessor to many institutions, such as the University of Ibadan and the University of South Africa, to mention a few. Professor Osuji is one of the research coordinators at the World Bank Centre of Excellence for Oil Field Chemicals and the Institute of Petroleum Studies (IPS). He was Head of Research and Development (R & D) at the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), from 2015 (Jan.)-2018 (July), where he also acted as General Manager, Planning, Research and Statistics from Jan-April 2018. He is the Chairman of Earthpro Group, one of the facilitators of the hydrocarbon pollution remediation project in Ogoniland. Professor Leo Osuji is married with children.
Gender: N/A
Name of Spouse Dr (Mrs) Adaobi Osuji
State of Origin: Abia State
Father's Name
Mother's Name
Profession
Working Experience

Consultant, Survicom Nig. Ltd., Port Harcourt, 2000-Date; Principal Environmental Consultant, Dovetak Nig. Ltd., Port Harcourt, 2005-Date; Principal Consultant, Lacocux Nig. Ltd, 2007-Date; Oil Fingerprinting Consultant to Leigh Day & Co, UK 2012- Date; Professor of Petroleum & Environmental Chemistry, University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria, 2012-Date; Chairman/CEO, Earthpro Group, 2018-Date.

Previous Appointments:

– NYSC Plateau State Polytechnic, 1986 – 1987;

– Assistant Lecturer Plateau State Polytechnic B/Ladi, 1987 – 1989;

– Teaching Assistant/Demonstrator in Chemistry, UI, 1990 – 1992;

– Junior Research Fellow, University of Ibadan, 1995 – 1998;

– Consultant, Abia State Environmental. Protection Agency (ASEPA) in the areas of Environmental and Natural Resource Management, Pollution Control and Abatement as well as Institutional Strengthening & Training, 1999-2001;

– Lecturer II, University of Port Harcourt, 1999 – 2002;

– Consultant, University of Port Harcourt Consultancy, Research and Development Center (CORDEC), 1999-2008;

– Lecturer 1, University of Port Harcourt, 2002 – 2005;

– Senior Lecturer, 2005 – 2008;

– Associate Professor, 2008 – 2011;

– Consultant, Giolee Global Resources Nig. Ltd, 2014-2017;

NON-ACADEMIC/INDUSTRY PAST EXPERIENCE:

– Visiting Professor/Researcher, Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), 2015-2016;

– Head (Research and Development), NCDMB, 2016-2018;

– Ag. General Manager (Planning, Research & Statistics), NCDMB, Jan–Apr 2018.

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES:

1. Registered Environmental Professional: National Registry of Environmental
Professionals [NREP, Reg. No.: A1355]
2. Member: Nigerian Environmental Study/Action Team [NEST].
3. Member: Society of Petroleum Engineers
[SPE International, Member no.131697-5].
4. Member: American Society for Testing Materials [ASTM]
5. Member: Chemical Society of Nigeria [CSN].
6. Member: Nigerian Mining and Geosciences Society [NMGS]
7. Member: Nigerian Environmental Society

EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBERSHIP:

– Editor-in-Chief: Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content (NOGIC) Research and
Development Journal
– Editorial Board member of several domestic and international journals

SCHOOLS ATTENDED: Community Primary School, Umuaro, 1972 – 1974; Methodist School, Bodija, 1974 – 1976; Loyola College, Ibadan, 1976 – 1981; University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria, 1982 – 1986; University of Ibadan, Nigeria, 1990 – 1998.
N/A

AWARDS:

(a) Green and Sustainable Chemistry, 2010
(b) World Bank Award for Research Excellence in Oil Field Chemistry, 2018

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS WITH DATE:

Over ninety (90) learned articles in the area of Oilfield Chemistry, Environmental/Petroleum Chemistry and Oilfield Toxicology [oil pollution, fingerprinting, remediation, TPH, PAHs, heavy metals, biomarkers, environmental geochemistry, eco-toxicity, etc], conference proceedings, abstracts and book chapters.

*Award-Winning Article in Green & Sustainable Chemistry [Switzerland 2010]

JOURNAL ARTICLES:

1. Osuji, L. C. 1994. Review of advances in gas lift operations. The Society of Petroleum Engineers (Houston, Tex., USA), SPE Series 028292, e-Library.

2. Akaranta, O. and Osuji, L. C. 1997. Carboxymethylation of orange mesocarp cellulose and its utilization in drilling mud formulation. Cellulose Chemistry Technology 31, 193-198.

3. Osuji, L. C. 2001. Total hydrocarbon content (THC) of soils fifteen months after Eneka and Isiokpo oil spills in Niger Delta Nigeria. Journal of Applied Science and Environmental Management 5(2), 35-38.

4. Osuji, L. C. and Antia, B. S. 2002. An infrared spectroscopic evaluation of petroleum potentials of some oil shales from Lokpanta in the Lower Benue Trough of Nigeria, Journal of Applied Science and Environmental Management 6(I), 34-38.

5. Osuji, L. C, Adesiyan, S. O. and Wegwu, M. O. 2002. Quantal response of Lumbricus terrestis from two oil spillage–prone sites to toxicity of Bonny Light crude oil. Global journal of Environmental Sciences 1(1), 59-63.

6. Wegwu, M. O., Obute, G. C. and Osuji, L. C. 2002. Cadmium uptake of Telferia occidentalis grown in cadmium polluted soils. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences 8(4), 495-497.

7. Osuji, L. C. 2002. Some environmental hazards of oil pollution in Niger Delta, Nigeria, African Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 3(1), 11–17.

8. Obute, G. C. and Osuji, L. C. 2002. Environmental awareness and dividends: A scientific discourse, African Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 3(1), 90 – 94

9. Obute, G. C., Osuji, L. C. and Kalio, C. 2003. Genotoxicity of petroleum refinery waste water in Nigeria. Global Journal of Environmental Sciences 3(1,2), 55-58.

10. Osuji, L. C., Adesiyan, S. O. and Obute, G. C. 2004. Post impact assessment of oil pollution in Agbada west plain of Niger Delta, Nigeria: Field reconnaissance and total extractable hydrocarbon content. Chemistry and Biodiversity 1, 1569-1577.

11. Osuji, L. C. and Onojake, C. M. 2004. Trace heavy metals associated with crude oil: A case study of Ebocha-8 oil-spill polluted site in Niger Delta, Nigeria. Chemistry and Biodiversity 1, 1708-1715.

12. Osuji, L. C. and Onojake, C. M. 2004. The Ebocha-8 oil spillage II. Fate of associated heavy metals six months after. African Journal of Environmental Management 9, 78- 87.

13. Osuji, L. C. and Mbata, E. O. 2004. Quantal response of Oreochromis niloticus to toxicity of water soluble fraction of Nigeria’s Bonny Light crude oil. Scientia Africana 3(1), 34 – 39.

14. Osuji, L. C., Egbuson, E. J. and Ojinnaka, C. M. 2005. Chemical reclamation of crude- oil-inundated soils from Niger Delta, Nigeria. Chemistry and Ecology 21(1), 1-10.

15. Osuji, L. C. and Adesiyan, S. O. 2005.The Isiokpo oil-pipeline leakage: Total organic carbon/organic matter contents of affected soils. Chemistry and Biodiversity 2, 1079- 1085.

16. Osuji, L. C. and Antia, B. S. 2005. Geochemical implication of some chemical fossils as indicators of petroleum source rocks. Journ. Appl. Sci. Mgt. 9(1), 45 – 51.

17. Osuji, L. C., Egbuson, E. J. and Ojinnaka, C. M. 2005. Assessment and treatment of hydrocarbon inundated soils using inorganic nutrient (N-P-K) supplements: II. A case study of Eneka oil spillage in Niger Delta, Nigeria. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 30, 1-14.

18. Osuji, L. C. and Ukale, E. E. 2005. Post-oil-spill fires at Ugbomro (Niger Delta): A new vista in soil pollution studies. Chemistry and Biodiversity 2, 1079-1085.

19. Osuji, L. C. and Avwiri, G. O. 2005. Flared gases and other pollutants associated with air quality in industrial areas of Nigeria: An overview. Chemistry and Biodiversity 2, 1277-1289.

20. Osuji, L. C. and Adesiyan, S. O. 2005. Extractable hydrocarbons nickel and vanadium contents of Ogbodo-Isiokpo oil spill polluted soils in Niger Delta, Nigeria. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 110, 129-139.

21. Osuji, L. C. and Uwakwe, A. A. 2006. Petroleum industry effluents and other oxygen demanding wastes in Niger delta, Nigeria. Chemistry and Biodiversity. 3, 705-717.

22. Osuji, L. C. and Onojake, C. M. 2005. Field reconnaissance and estimation of petroleum hydrocarbon and heavy metal contents of soils affected by the Ebocha-8 oil spillage in Niger Delta, Nigeria. Journal of Environmental Management 79, 133-139.

23. Osuji, L. C., Uduetok, I. A. and Ogali, R. E. 2006. Attenuation of petroleum hydrocarbons by weathering: A case study. Chemistry and Biodiversity, 3, 422–433.

24. Osuji, L. C., Idung, I. D. and Ojinnaka, C. M. 2006. Preliminary investigation on Mgbede – 20 oil-polluted site in Niger Delta, Nigeria. Chemistry and Biodiversity, 3, 568-577.

25. Osuji, L. C., Idung, I. D. and Ojinnaka, C. M. 2006. Hydrocarbon speciation by finger-printing technique and diagnostic vanadium/nickel ratio of Mgbede-20-oil-impacted site in the Niger Delta Basin of Nigeria. Environmental Forensics, 7, 1–7.

26. Osuji, L. C. and Ezebuiro, P. E. 2006. Hydrocarbon contamination of a typical mangrove floor in Niger Delta. Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 3(3), 315-324.

27. Otaigbe, J.O.E, Osuji, L. C. and Azubike, A. N. 2006. Quantal response of Paleomonetesafricanus in locally formulated drilling mud lubricants Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry 88(1-4), 719-727.

28. Osuji, L. C., Ndukwu, B. C., Obute, G. C. and Agbawa, I. 2006. Impact of four-dimensional seismic and production activities on the mangrove system of Niger Delta, Nigeria. Chemistry and Ecology 22(5), 415-424.

29. Ogali, R. E., Osuji, L. C., and Ayodele, O. 2007. Acute toxicity of the water soluble fraction of spent lubricating oil on the African catfish Clarias gariepinus. Chem. Biodiv. 4, 2755-2765.

30. Osuji, L. C., and Nwoye, I. 2007. An appraisal of the effects of petroleum hydrocarbons on soil fertility: The Owaza experience. Afric. Journ. Agric. Res. 2(7), 318-324.

31. Osuji, L. C. and Ozioma, A. 2007. Environmental degradation of polluting aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbons: a case study Chem. Biodiv. 4, 424-429.

32. Osuji, L. C. and Raji, S. A. 2007. Chemical augmentation for the remediation of a hydrocarbon contaminated site Remediation 4, 111-125.

33. Okokon, J. E., Antia, B. S., Osuji, L. C. and Udia, P. M. 2007. Antidiabetic and hypolipidemic effects of Mammea africana (Guttiferae) in streptozotocin induced diabetic rats. Journ. Pharmacol. Toxicol. 2 (3): 278-283.

34. Osuji, L. C. and Opiah, U. C. 2007. Hydrocarbon contamination of a terrestrial ecosystem: the case of Oshire-2 oil spill site in Niger Delta, Nigeria. Environ. 27, 337-340.

35. Osuji, L. C., Ayolagha, G., Obute, G. C. and Ohabuike, H. C. 2007. Chemical and biogeophysical impact of four-dimensional (4D) seismic exploration in Sub-Saharan Africa, and restoration of dysfunctionalized mangrove forests in the prospect areas. Chem. Biodiv. 4, 2149-2165.

36. Osuji, L. C. and Udoetok, I. A. 2008. Impact of contaminable hydrocarbons on some soil physicochemical properties. Journal of Oilfield Chemistry 1(1), 26-35.

37. Udoetok, I. A. and Osuji, L. C. 2008. Gas chromatographic fingerprinting of crude oil from Idu-Ekpeye oil spillage site in Niger Delta, Nigeria. Environ. Monit. Assess. 141, 359- 364.

38. Osuji, L. C., Ogali, R. E. and Usen, M. U. 2009. Effect of petroleum condensate/gasoline mixture on automobile engines. Helvetica Chimica Acta 92, 328-334.

39. Osuji, L. C., Ogali, R. E. and Kalu, A. U. 2009. The use of pristane and phytane biomarkers: a contextual rethink of the Cognoscenti. Scientia Africana 8, 42-52.

*40. Osuji, L. C., Erondu, E. S. and Ogali, R. E. 2010. Upstream petroleum degradation of the mangroves and intertidal shores: the Niger Delta experience. Chem. Biodiv. 7, 116-129.

41. Inengite, A. K., Oforka, N. C. and Osuji, L. C. 2010. Survey of heavy metals in sediments of Kolo creek in the Niger Delta, Nigeria. Afric. Journ. Environ Sci.Technol. 4(9), 558-566.

42. Inengite, A. K., Oforka, N. C. and Osuji, L. C. 2010. Evaluation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in sedi-ments of Kolo creek in the Niger Delta. International Journal of Applied Environ. Sciences 5(1), 127-143.

43. Osuji, L. C. and Achugasim, O. 2010. Trace metals and volatile aromatic hydrocarbon content of Ukpeliede-1 oil spill site, Niger Delta, Nigeria. Journal of Applied Science and Environ. Management 14, 17-20

44. Achugasim, O., Osuji, L. C. and Ojinnaka, C. M. 2011. Use of activated persulfate in the removal of petroleum hydrocarbon from crude oil polluted soils. Research Journal of Chemical Sciences 1(7), 1-11.

45. Onyema, O. M. and Osuji L. C. 2011. Light hydrocarbons in Niger Delta oils: Geochemical significance of ring preference. Nature and Science, 9(5), 205-210.

46. Nwaichi, E. O., Osuji, L. C. and Onyeike, E. N. 2011. Evaluation and decontamination of crude oil polluted soils using Centrosema pubescens benth and amendment support options. International Journal of Phytoremediation 13, 373 -382.

47. Onojake, C. M., Oforka, N. C. and Osuji, L. C. 2011. Trace metals geochemistry of crude oils from Umutu/Bomu fields in South West Niger Delta Nigeria. Energy and Environment Research 1,139-142.

48. Inengite, A. K., Oforka, N. C. and Osuji, L. C. 2012. Sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon in an environment urbanized by crude oil exploration. Environment and Natural Resources Research 2(3), 62-70.

49. Onojake, M. C. Osuji, L. C. and Atako, N. 2012. Behavioural characteristics of adulterated premium motor spirit (PMS). Egyptian Journal of Petroleum 21, 135-138.

50. Oforka, N. C., Osuji, L. C. and Onojake, C. M. 2012. Petroleum hydrocarbon fingerprinting of crude oils from Umutu/Bomu oil fields in Niger Delta Nigeria. Archives of Applied Science Research 4, 246-253.

51. Ojinnaka, C., Osuji, L. C. and Achugasim, O. 2012. Remediation of hydrocarbons in crude oil contaminated soils using Fenton’s reagent. Env. Monit. Assess. 184, 6527-6540.

52. Onojake, M. C. and Osuji, L. C. 2012. Assessment of the physico-chemical properties of hydrocarbon contaminated soil. Archives of Applied Science Research 4, 48-58.

53. Onojake, M. C., Atako, N. and Osuji, L. C. 2012. The effect of adulteration of premium motor spirit (PMS) on automotive engines. Petroleum Science and Technology 31, 1-6.

54. Ilechukwu, I., Osuji, L. C., and Onyema, M. O. 2012. Distribution and sources of aliphatic hydrocarbons (AHCs) and polyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) within the vicinity of a hot mix asphalt (HMA) plant Port Harcourt, Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Sciences 3, 697-708.

55. Ilechukwu, I. and Osuji, L. C. 2013. Characterization of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) inroad paving asphalt. Env. Chem. Bull. 2(4), 188-190.

56. Onyema, O. M., Osuji, L.C. and Ilechukwu, I. P. 2013. Assessment of natural weathered spilled oil, Niger Delta: Compositional characteristics and fate of petroleum hydrocarbons. Journal of Applied Sciences in Environmental Sanitation, 8(4): 243-248.

57. Onyema, O. M., Osuji, L.C. and Ofodile, S.E. 2013. Geochemical fingerprinting of an oil-impacted site, Niger Delta: Source and weathering profile of aliphatic hydrocarbons. Researcher, 5(10), 16-21.

58. Achugasim, O., Ojinnaka, C. M. and Osuji, L. C. 2013. Assessment of the ability of three chemical oxidants to remove hydrocarbons from soils polluted by Bonny Light crude oil. European Chemical Bulletin 2(4), 226-230.

59. Achugasim, O., Ojinnaka, C. M. and Osuji, L. C. 2013. Management of petroporphyrins in a crude oil polluted environment. European Chemical Bulletin 2(10), 794-796.

60. Achugasim, O., Ojinnaka, C. M. and Osuji, L. C. 2014. Potassium permanganate as an oxidant in the remediation of soils polluted by Bonny Light crude oil. Sky Journal of Soil Science and Environ. Management 3, 101-105.

61. Ekpo, I. E., Osuji, L. C. and Akpan, F. O. 2014. Geochemical evaluation of the source of mystery oil spill impacted at Imo River, Niger Delta, Nigeria. International Journal of Applied Science and Technology 4(3), 259-267.

62. Osuji, L. C., Oforka, N. C. and Onojake, C. M. 2014. Multivariate analysis of source and maturity biomarker indices of crude oils from SW Niger Delta. Geosciences Journal 18(3), 365-371.

63. Onojake, M. C., Osuji, L. C. and Abrakasa, S. 2014. Geochemical appraisal of crude oils from Umutu and Bomu fields in Niger Delta. Bulletin of Earth Sciences of Thailand 6, 31-39.

64. Onojake, M. C., Abrakasa, S. Osuji, L. C. 2015. Chemometric representation of molecular marker data of some Niger Delta crude oils. Egyptian Journal of Petroleum 15(2)

65. Onojake, M. C., Abrakasa, S. and Osuji, L. C. 2015. Source depositional environment and maturity levels of some crude oils in southwest Niger Delta, Nigeria. Chinese Journal of Geochemistry 35(2), 224-232.

66. Osuji, L. C. 2015. The Future of petroleum in Nigeria and prospects of shale oil as an alternative energy supplier. Journal of the Chemical Society of Nigeria 40,1-4.

67. Ojinnaka, C. M., Ajienka, J. A.,Abaye, O. J., Osuji, L. C. and Duru, R. U. 2016. best-fit hydrophile/lipophile balance-dielectric permittivity demulsifiers for treatment of crude oil emulsions. Egyptian Journal of Petroleum 25, 565-574

68. Duru, R., Osuji, L. C., Abayeh, O. J., Ajienka, J. A., Ojinnaka, C. M. 2016. Correlations of hydrophile-lipophile balance with properties affecting water-in-oil emulsion stability of Nigerian crude oils. International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research 7(11), 266-271.

69. Ogunwa, K. I., Akaranta, O., Osuji, L. C. and Achugasim, O. 2016. Carboxymethylation of Icacina tricantha Oliv. Tuber starch and its use as a viscosifier and fluid loss control agent in water based mud. Journal of Chemistry and Materials Research 8(8), 53-62.

70. Ogunwa, K. I., Akaranta, O., Osuji, L. C. and Achugasim, O. 2016. Comparative evaluation of physicochemical properties of Icacina tricantha Oliv. tuber starch with those of some indigenous staple crops. Journal of the Chemical Society of Nigeria 40, 27-32.

71. Onyema, M. O., Osuji, L. C. and Isiuku, B. O. 2016. Compositional alteration of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by burning oil spilled soils. Academia Journal of Environmental Sciences 4(11), 213-219.

72. Onyema, M. O., Osuji, L. C. and Ilechukwu, I. P. 2016. Petroleum hydrocarbon variation revealed by chemical fingerprinting of oil spill soils with similar contamination source. Researcher 8(12), 11-18.

73. Ayoku, B. D., Osuji, L. C. and Onojake, M. C. 2016. Ecotoxicological risk ranking of ispersant, condensate and oil based mud on African catfish (Clarias gariepinus). Journal of the Chemical Society of Nigeria 41(1), 130-137.

74. Ayoku, B. D., Osuji, L. C. and Onojake, M. C. 2017. Toxicity assessment of three pesticides of three pesticides on African catfish (Clarias gariepinus). Nigerian journal of Science and Environment 15, 75-84.

75. Victor-Oji, C., Osuji, L. C. and Onojake, M. C. 2017. Bulk physiognomies and SARA constituents of bituminous sands from Ondo state, Nigeria. Journal of Petroleum and Environmental Biotechnology 8(4), 338-342.

76. Ilechukwu, I., Osuji, L. C., and Onyema, M.O. 2017. Source apportionment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in soils within hot mix asphalt plant vicinities. Journal of the Chemical Society of Nigeria 41(2),10-16.

77. Ilechukwu, I., Osuji, L. C., and Onyema, M. O. and Ndukwe, G. I. 2017. Occurrence and sources of aliphatic hydrocarbons in soils within the vicinity of hot mix asphalt plants in Obigbo and Igwuruta areas of Rivers State, Nigeria. Journal of Applied Science and Environmental Management 20(4), 1087-1094

78. Onyema, M. O., Obasi, C. M., Okoye, N. H. and Osuji, L. C. 2017. Distribution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in soils within vicinity of and electronic waste open burning workshops in Aba, South East Nigeria. International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR) 35, 286-293.

79. Osuji, L. C. 2017. The Sisyphean spirit and research concept: a classical exposition of the expansionary zeal and focus of the researcher. NOGIC Research and Development Journal 1, 8-15.

79. Ogiriki, S. O., Ogolo, N. A., Onyekonwu, M. O. and Osuji, L. C. 2017. Prospects and exploitation of Nigerian tar sand. NOGIC Research and Development Journal 1, 23-26.

80. Osuji, L. C., Zuiwarat, A. Iweka, O., Wonyindinepre, A. and Omole, A. 2017. Potentials of methane clathrates as alternative source of fossil fuel. NOGIC Research and Development Journal 1, 102-104.

81. Anunihu, U. C., Odutola, T. O. and Osuji, L. C. 2017. Prediction of hydrate formation conditions for a methane-ethane binary system. NOGIC Research and Development Journal 1, 159-164.

82. Onojake, M. C., Osuji, L. C. and Bada, K. K. 2017. Thermophysical and bulk properties of bitumen samples from South Western Nigeria. Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Research and Development Journal 1, 170-176.

83. Duru, R., Osuji, L. C., Abayeh, O. J., Ajienka, J. A. 2017. Surfactant blending for quick water knockout in crude oil emulsion resolution. Petroleum and Coal 59(6), 769-776.

84. Onyema, M. O., Okoroh, N. C., Okorie, I. H. and Osuji, L. C. 2018. Geochemical characterization of two Niger Delta crude oils and their mixtures I: Bulk properties and aliphatic hydrocarbon distributions. Modern Chemistry 6(3), 39-43.

85. Antai, R. E., Osuji, L. C. Obafemi, A. A. and Onojake, M. C. 2018. Modelling of dry seasons air pollution changes using multiple linear regression model: a case study of Port Harcourt and environs, Niger Delta, Nigeria. International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology 3(3), 899-907.

86. Antai, R. E., Osuji, L. C. Obafemi, A. A. and Onojake, M. C. 2018. Air quality changes and geospatial dispersion modelling in dry season in Port Harcourt and environs, Niger Delta, Nigeria. International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology 4(1), 882-893.

BOOK:

87. Osuji, L. C. 2012. Petroleum Chemistry and Toxicology: In Theory and Practice, JESO International Publishers Nig. 723p.

CHAPTERS IN BOOK-OF-READINGS:

88. Nwinuka, N. M., Essien, E. B. and Osuji, L. C. 2003. “Soil analysis” In: Onyeike, E. N. and Osuji, J. O. (eds.), Research Techniques in Biological and Chemical Sciences. Springfield Publishers Limited, Owerri. Pp. 369-402.

89. Osuji, L. C. 2008. “History and philosophy of science” In: Hart, A. I. (ed.), Introduction to History and Philosophy of Science. Paragraphics, Port Harcourt. Pp. 134-151.

90. Osuji, L. C. and Osuji, A. E. 2009. “Hydrocarbon contamination and environmental health quality: an overview” In: Romano, G. C. and Conti, A. G. (eds.), Air Quality in the 21 st Century. Nova Publishers, New York. Pp. 102-118.

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