Chris is a principal working internationally in the low carbon energy industry with technical expertise in the geological storage of CO2.
He has focused his profession on carbon capture and storage (CCS) development and deployment. With over 10 years’ experience, Chris has led multi-disciplinary teams to assess CO2 storage prospects and has worked on the full breadth of storage assessments from site evaluation through to multi-national initiatives.
With expertise in climate change, energy systems, and in the oil and gas industry, Chris is also an experienced geomodeller and sedimentologist, with a background in palaeontology.
Chris has been part of a variety of advisory boards and lectures at universities in Melbourne and around the world and is always keen to promote, discuss and share his experience and knowledge. Chris received his PhD from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.