katriona edlmann
Early Career Researcher
Biography
Dr Katriona Edlmann is the Chancellor’s Fellow in Energy within the School of Geosciences at The University of Edinburgh. Katriona studied Petroleum Geology at Aberdeen University before undertaking her Master’s degree and PhD in Petroleum Reservoir Engineering at Heriot-Watt University. Katriona is a geoscientist with 25 years’ experience researching the utilisation of the subsurface for low-carbon energy applications including carbon capture and storage, energy storage, unconventional hydrocarbons and geothermal operations. She is co-I on the EU funded PilotStrategy project investigating deep aquifer storage of CO2 for Geological storage Pilots in Strategic Territories. She is also co-investigator on two UK and EU funded projects researching the feasibility of large-scale geological storage of hydrogen, enabling the advancement of hydrogen as a pathway to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG’s) to net zero by 2050. Katriona currently serves as the Specialist Adviser to The House of Commons Scottish Affairs Committee Hydrogen and Carbon Capture in Scotland inquiry.
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Main area of research interest
Storage