Karen Grey

Geoscience

Modelling mechanical stratigraphy in a low-permeability reservoirs

Karen Grey is working on her PhD in Petroleum Geology with Prof. Cheadle at the University of Western Ontario.

She received her BSc (Hon) (2010) in Geology at the University of New Brunswick. Karen spent several years working in the mineral exploration and mining industry after completing her undergraduate degree, before pursuing her interest in petroleum geoscience. The focus of her current research is modelling mechanical stratigraphy in a low-permeability reservoir, under the broader scope of induced seismicity processes. Although Karen enjoys research, she is eager to get back into industry and is open to relocating for the right position.

Born and raised on the east coast, Karen’s first language is English and she has intermediate-level French proficiency.

REDEVELOP 2017-18

Completed Milestones

Team: Pipeline vs. Rail

REDEVELOP Certificate

Indigenous Relations Certification

Project Management

Conflict Resolution

Occupational Psychology

Public Communication

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