TAG: PhD candidate
Michael’s thesis, titled: “Analytical Techniques for Evaluating Seal Capacity for Carbon Dioxide Storage in Selected Australian Basins” has been approved unconditionally by both his examiners.
PhD Candidate John Counts Awarded the American Association of Petroleum Geologists Foundation Grants-in-Aid Program
Australian School of Petroleum PhD Candidate, John Counts, has been selected as an award recipient for the American Association of Petroleum Geologists Foundation Grants-in-Aid Program. John will receive $2500 towards his PhD research, thanks to the Nancy Setzer Murray Memorial Grant for his work in “Stratigraphy and sedimentology of a late Neoproterozoic shelf-slope system, Flinders […]
Michael Gray, PhD Candidate at the Australian School of Petroleum has been awarded the Hugh Crocker Scholarship for his project in Formation Evaluation “Evaluation of seal Potential for carbon dioxide storage in the present day near-shore coastal zone: Gippsland Basin, Australia” Michael will present his work later in the year at a FESAust Technical Meeting.