Wan Hasiah Abdullah focuses on Mineralogy, Source rock, Total organic carbon, Kerogen and Oil shale. His research in Mineralogy focuses on subjects like Sterane, which are connected to Phytane. His Source rock study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Maturity.
His work deals with themes such as Sedimentary depositional environment, Liptinite and Maceral, which intersect with Total organic carbon. Wan Hasiah Abdullah interconnects Organic geochemistry and Vitrinite in the investigation of issues within Kerogen. His Oil shale study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Geochemistry.
His primary areas of investigation include Geochemistry, Source rock, Kerogen, Maturity and Mineralogy. Wan Hasiah Abdullah combines subjects such as Structural basin, Oil shale, Cretaceous, Paleontology and Sedimentary depositional environment with his study of Geochemistry. His Source rock study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fossil fuel, Petroleum, Petrology and Maceral.
His research integrates issues of Total organic carbon, Organic geochemistry, Petrography, Facies and Vitrinite in his study of Kerogen. His research in Maturity intersects with topics in Pristane, Hopanoids and Palynofacies. His studies deal with areas such as Sterane and Coal as well as Mineralogy.
Wan Hasiah Abdullah mostly deals with Geochemistry, Kerogen, Source rock, Maturity and Structural basin. His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sedimentary depositional environment, Oil shale and Cretaceous. The various areas that he examines in his Kerogen study include Sterane, Total organic carbon, Facies and Vitrinite.
His Source rock study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Petroleum. His Maturity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hopanoids, Rift, Biomarker and Terrigenous sediment. His research investigates the link between Structural basin and topics such as Trough that cross with problems in Submarine pipeline.
Geochemistry, Source rock, Structural basin, Kerogen and Cretaceous are his primary areas of study. His Geochemistry study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Oil shale. His study in Maturity extends to Source rock with its themes.
His research investigates the connection between Structural basin and topics such as Petroleum that intersect with issues in Basin modelling, Turbidite, Geotechnical engineering and Stage. Wan Hasiah Abdullah has researched Kerogen in several fields, including Total organic carbon, Organic geochemistry, Petrography and Terrigenous sediment. His Cretaceous study incorporates themes from Mining engineering, Fluvial and Coal.
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Geochemical characterisation of Early Cretaceous lacustrine sediments of Bima Formation, Yola Sub-basin, Northern Benue Trough, NE Nigeria: Organic matter input, preservation, paleoenvironment and palaeoclimatic conditions
Babangida M. Sarki Yandoka;Wan Hasiah Abdullah;M.B. Abubakar;Mohammed Hail Hakimi.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (2015)
Geochemical characteristics and hydrocarbon generation modeling of the Jurassic source rocks in the Shoushan Basin, north Western Desert, Egypt
Mohamed Ragab Shalaby;Mohammed Hail Hakimi;Mohammed Hail Hakimi;Wan Hasiah Abdullah.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (2011)
The Effect of Motivation on Job Performance of State Government Employees in Malaysia
Fauzilah Salleh;Sultan Zainal;Zaharah Dzulkifli;Wan Amalina.
Geochemical characterisation of Fika Formation in the Chad (Bornu) Basin, northeastern Nigeria: Implications for depositional environment and tectonic setting
Adebanji Kayode Adegoke;Adebanji Kayode Adegoke;Wan Hasiah Abdullah;Mohammed Hail Hakimi;Babangida M. Sarki Yandoka.
Applied Geochemistry (2014)
Organic geochemical characteristics and oil generating potential of the Upper Jurassic Safer shale sediments in the Marib-Shabowah Basin, western Yemen
Mohammed Hail Hakimi;Wan Hasiah Abdullah.
Organic Geochemistry (2013)
Depositional environment and hydrocarbon source potential of the Permian Gondwana coals from the Barapukuria Basin, Northwest Bangladesh
Md. Farhaduzzaman;Wan Hasiah Abdullah;Md. Aminul Islam.
International Journal of Coal Geology (2012)
Source rock characterization and oil generating potential of the Jurassic Madbi Formation, onshore East Shabowah oilfields, Republic of Yemen
Mohammed Hail Hakimi;Wan Hasiah Abdullah;Mohamed Ragab Shalaby.
Organic Geochemistry (2010)
Organic geochemical characteristics and interpreted depositional environment of the Khatatba Formation, northern Western Desert, Egypt
Mohamed Ragab Shalaby;Mohammed Hail Hakimi;Wan Hasiah Abdullah.
AAPG Bulletin (2012)
Diagenetic characteristics and reservoir quality of the Lower Cretaceous Biyadh sandstones at Kharir oilfield in the western central Masila Basin, Yemen
Mohammed Hail Hakimi;Mohammed Hail Hakimi;Mohamed Ragab Shalaby;Wan Hasiah Abdullah.
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences (2012)
The origin, type and preservation of organic matter of the Barremian–Aptian organic-rich shales in the Muglad Basin, Southern Sudan, and their relation to paleoenvironmental and paleoclimate conditions
Yousif M. Makeen;Mohammed Hail Hakimi;Wan Hasiah Abdullah.
Marine and Petroleum Geology (2015)
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