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Ibeh Ms. Mayen I

Lecturer II

Basic Information

  • Ibeh Ms. Mayen I
  • 2347089149591
  • Lecturer II
  • Chemical/Petrochemical Engineering
  • Academic Staff


Mayen Ibeh has a B.Sc in Chemistry from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. She went on to the University of Port Harcourt where she obtained a postgraduate diploma and M.Eng in Petroleum Engineering. She has worked in several oil service companies such as Core Laboratories Inc., Western Atlas International (Nig). Limited, Port Harcourt, and Delta TerraTek, Lagos. She has served as Reservoir Fluids Analyst, Conventional Rock Properties Analyst and Special Core Analyst. After which she obtained M.Sc in Oil and Gas Engineering from The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland. She is currently pursuing a PhD degree at the University of Ibadan

Research Area

Her research interests are in Petroleum Reservoir Studies, Oil and Gas Economics, Biofuels and Green Chemistry.


[1] T. F. Adepoju, E. N. Udoetuk, B.E. Olatunbosun, I.A. Mayen and R. Babalola. (2018). Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the Optimization Procedure with Methanolysis of Waste Oil as Case Study. South African Journal of Chemical Engineering (Elsevier). Vol. 25, Pp: 169-17.


[2] Adepoju T. F., Olatunbosun B. E., Olatunji O. M., Ibeh. M. A. (2018). Brette Pearl Spar Mable (BPSM): A potential recoverable catalyst for renewable source of biodiesel from Thevetia peruviana seed oil for sustainable development in West Africa. Energy, Sustainability and Society, (Springer). 8(3): 1-17. DOI: 10.1186/s13705-018-0164-1.


[3] Adepoju T. F, Rasheed, Olatunji, M. A., B, Ibeh, M. A, Ademiluyi, T. F., Olatunbosun, B. E. (2018). Modeling and optimization of biodiesel production from cascabela thevetia seed by pearl spar catalyzed transesterification. Heliyon 4 (2018), e00798, doi:10.1016/j.heliyon.2018. e00798.


[4] Adepoju T. F, Olatunji, O. M., Ibeh, M. A., Ekanem, U., Olatunbosun, B. E, Asuquo, A. J. (2020). Heavea brasiliensis (Rubber seed): An alternative source of renewable energy. Scientific African, SCIAF 339 e00339.


 [5] Adepoju, T. F., Ibeh, M. A., Ekanem, U., Asuquo, A. J. (2020). Data on the derived mesoporous based catalyst for the synthesized of fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) from ternary oil blend: An optimization approach. Data in Brief 30 (2020) 105514.


[6] Adepoju, T. F., Ibeh, M.A., Babatunde, E. O., Asuquo, A. J. (2020). Methanolysis of CaO based catalyst derived from Eggshell-Snail Shell-Wood Ash mixed for fatty acid methylester (FAME) synthesis from ternary mixture of Irvingia gabonensis -Pentaclethra macrophylla - Elais guineensis Oil blend: an application of Simplex Lattice and Central Composite Design Optimization. Fuel, 275:117997.


[7] Adepoju, T. F., Ibeh, M.A., Babatunde, E. O., Asuquo, G. S. Abegunde. (2020). Dataset on Process Transesterification of Binary Blend of Oil for Fatty Acid Ethyl Ester (FAEE) Synthesized via Ethanolysis of Heterogeneous Doped Catalyst. Data in Brief, doi:


 [8] T.F. Adepoju, M.A. Ibeh, E.O. Babatunde, G.S. Abegunde , P.O. Adepoju , A.J. Asuquo, C.O. Osueke. (2020). Appraisal of CaO based catalyst derived from fermented-unfermented kola nut pod for Fatty acid methylester (FAME) synthesis from Butyrospermum parkii (Shea butter). South African Journal of Chemical Engineering, 33: 160-171.


[9] Adepoju, T. F., U, Ekanem., M. A. Ibeh., E.N. Udoetuk. (2020). A novel based catalyst synthesized from fusion of Crab, Achatina fulica and Periwinkles shells coupled with H2SO4 for biodiesel synthesis from Hura creptian-Sesamum indicum-Blighia sapida-Ayo/Ncho oil blend: an application of combined API gravity-ratio quaternary blend. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Review, 134 (2020) 110163.


[10] Adepoju, T. F., Ibeh, M.A., Udoetuk, E. N., Asuquo, A. J. Babatunde, E. O. (2020). Quaternary blend of Carica papaya - Citrus sinesis - Hibiscus sabdariffa - Waste used oil for biodiesel synthesis using CaO-based catalyst derived from binary mix of Lattorina littorea and Mactra coralline Shells. RENE-D-20-00352. Renewable Energy, (Accepted).



Conference Papers

[1]. R. Babalola, V. E. Efeovbokhan, Y. O. Atiku, U. E. Usoro, M. A. Ibeh, E. E. Alagbe (2020). Slurry-Phase Bioremediation of Ogoni Land Crude Oil Contaminated Soil. 4th International Conference on Engineering for a Sustainable World (ICESW). Covenant University, Ota. August 10-14, 2020.