Julia Race is a member of the Centre's Coordination Group and is the Research Area Champion for Transport.
Julia has recently moved to the University of Strathclyde from Newcastle University to take up a role a Senior Lecturer in Pipeline and Subsea Engineering. She previously worked for over 20 years in the power generation, chemical, refinery and pipeline industries. She has spent 7 years managing recent academic research in CCS as principal investigator on the MATTRAN research project and the National Grid sponsored COOLTRANS project and as a co-investigator on the EPSRC UK CCS Consortium project. She is a member of the co-ordination group for the UK CCS Research Centre and Research Area Champion for CO2 transport and is a member of the BSI Committee PSE/265 Carbon Capture and Storage and the ISO TC 265:WG2 ‘CO2 transportation’. She also holds an EPSRC Industrial CASE studentship in CCS related research. Julia’s publications in the area of CCS transport include two book chapters, an IEAGHG report, four peer-reviewed conference papers and one published journal paper.
Prior to moving to the university, Dr Race worked in the pipeline industry for 7 years as an integrity consultant for PII Pipeline Solutions. In this role, she was responsible for providing fitness-for-purpose, remaining life and corrosion assessments for onshore and offshore pipelines. Dr Race has also worked as a materials engineer in the petrochemical and power generation industries involved with the operation, maintenance and design of chemical and power plant. Her other research interests include modelling external corrosion in pipelines and evaluating the effect of denting on pipeline integrity.