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Aimen Laalam

Aimen Laalam, SPE, is a PhD candidate and graduate teaching assistant at the University of North Dakota, specializing in underground hydrogen storage. He holds a B.S. and a M.S. in petroleum production engineering from Algeria, as well as a M.Eng in petroleum engineering from the University of North Dakota. With a strong background in the oil and gas industry, Laalam has developed expertise in various areas, including machine learning, drilling, and production. His research focuses on the development of advanced technologies for underground hydrogen storage, with the goal of creating more efficient and sustainable energy systems. He has presented his research at several SPE conferences, including URTeC 2022 and ATCE 2022. His presentations have been well-received, and he has been recognized for his contributions to the field of petroleum engineering. In addition to his academic pursuits, Laalam has also been actively involved in the SPE Artificial Lift and Well Deliquification Technical Section. He served as the webmaster for the section, helping to promote communication and knowledge-sharing among members.