Monitoring and characterizing CO2 and CH4 conditions for comparison with CO2 injection and storage data
Dylan Riley is working on his MSc in Geoscience with Prof. Mayer at the University of Calgary.
He received his BSc (2014) in Geoscience at the University of Calgary. Dylan holds a Geoscientist-in-Training desigation with the APEGA, has 2 years experience in exploration and development geology, and plans to pursue a career in environmental consulting as a hydrogeologist. Dylan is also involved with the CMC Research Institute, where he is monitoring and characterizing CO2 and CH4 conditions for comparison with CO2 injection and storage data. He is also involved in a gas migration study in southern Alberta.
Dylan has spent his life in Alberta, enjoying the outdoors and winter sports. That said, he is partial to fieldwork and willing to travel or relocate for the right position. A former member of Canada’s National Development Team, Dylan has been a competitve snowboard racer on a global scale and, on a local scale, a coach and volunteer in youth sports. Dylan is also bilingual (English and German).
Team: Fugitive Gas Emissions
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