- Phd Candidate
- Krista Davies is currently undertaking her PhD research in Hydrogen Subsurface Geochemistry at the School of Engineering, Centre for Energy and Sustainable Resources at Edith Cowan University. She holds a Masters Degree in Environmental Science specializing in Inland Aquatic and Marine Systems and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Geology with First Class Honours. With over 28 years of experience in oil and gas exploration, Krista has dedicated the past three years exclusively to natural hydrogen exploration, aligning with her passion for addressing global resource and environmental challenges through practical and sustainable approaches. As the Principal Geoscientist at Cryptid Energy Consultants, Krista remains at the forefront of geological and geophysical consulting for the energy industry. Her extensive career includes notable contributions at Gehyra Flux, Ophir Energy, Shell Development Australia, and Woodside Energy, specializing in sequence stratigraphy, seismic interpretation, and prospect generation both onshore and offshore. Krista has worked with various companies, from small caps to multinational corporations, throughout South East Asia.
A Case Study of Natural Hydrogen Seepage on the Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia: Field Techniques and Comparative Analysis of Monitoring Methods - Chairman: Geoffrey EllIS
Conférence New tools
11/28/2023 | 15:20 - 15:40 (GMT+08:00) Perth| Live room