Research Geologist, Eastern Energy Resources Science Center

U.S. Geological Survey

Speaking At:
Potential for Carbon Capture and Storage
June 26, 2013 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Location: 147B
Topic: Technology & Infrastructure
Moderator

Sean T. Brennan has been a Research Geologist for the U. S. Geological Survey since 2002. He has primarily been working on CO2 related science since that time, on both naturally occurring CO2 in the subsurface and geologic CO2 storage resource assessment methodologies. He is currently working as the lead scientist and a CO2 storage assessment geologist for the USGS national geologic CO2 storage assessment project. He received a PhD in geochemistry from Binghamton University in 2002, an MS in geology from the University of Kansas in 1999, and a BA in geosciences from Franklin and Marshall College in 1994. Before coming to the USGS Sean’s research focused on sedimentology, diagenesis, geochemistry, and fluid inclusion analysis.