Sarah Saad


Isotope geochemistry in the Montney Formation

Sarah Saad is working on her MSc in Geochemistry with Prof. Mayer at the University of Calgary.

She received her BSc (2010) with a double major in Petroleum and Environmental Geology from the University of Calgary. Sarah’s current research is in isotope geochemistry, focused on the Montney Formation, an unconventional low-permeability hydrocarbon reservoir located in western Canada. Sarah’s past work experience includes researching under-developed basins in the Arctic with the Geological Survey of Canada, logging Alberta oil sands cores for various major oil company projects, mapping in conventional Alberta Deep Basin plays, and oilfield operations in English and French. Most recently, she completed a project with a busy E&P company applying her isotope geochemistry knowledge to solve issues involving fracking.


Completed Milestones

Team: LNG Supply

REDEVELOP Certificate

Indigenous Relations Certification

Project Management

Conflict Resolution

Occupational Psychology

Public Communication

Sarah's team the 2017-18 REDEVELOP Challenge!

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