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Dr. Glen Murrell

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Areas Of Experience

Empirical market research

Project management

Database Management and Analysis

Planning and development

Fission Track Thermochronology

Sedimentology

Memberships

AAPG-American Association of Petroleum Geologists

SPE-Sociery of Petroleum Engineers

GSNZ-Geological Society of New Zealand

Glen Murrell - Associate Director / Outreach Manager / Group leader: Special Projects / Group Leader: Data Management and Screening

Curriculum Vitae

Glen is the Associate Director and Outreach Manager at the Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute (EORI) of the University of Wyoming. He is also Group Leader for Database Management and Screening, as well as Special Projects. His research focusses on CO2 Supply for EOR, EOR Project Feasibility Studies and Screening and Scoping Models. Glen has a Doctorate in Geology from the Free University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands and a M.Sc. in Geology from the University of Waikato, New Zealand.

Areas of focus:
CO2 EOR Market Intelligence
CO2 Supply for EOR
CCUS
Screening and scoping models and Decision Making
Project Feasibility Studies
Project Management
Administration
Strategic Planning
Business Development and Outreach
Technology Transfer

Education
B.Sc. Earth Sciences - University of Waikato
M.Sc. (Tech) Coastal Engineering - University of Waikato
Doctoraat Isotope Geochemistry - Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Professional Experience
Associate Director EORI
Research Manager, trendence GmbH
Sales Executive, Marcus Evans Ltd.

Publications
“Screening Strategy for Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery in Wyoming Basins”. V. Alvarado, G. Thyne, G.R. Murrell. SPE 115940


“Calibration and comparison of etching and thermal modeling techniques for apatite fission track thermochronology”. G.R. Murrell, E.R. Sobel, B. Carrapa and Paul Andriessen., Geological Society of London, Special Publication (in press)


“A fission track data compilation for Fennoscandia”. Bart Hendriks, Paul Andriessen, Yvette Huigen, Callum Leighton, Tim Redfield, Glen Murrell, Kerry Gallagher, Søren Bom Nielsen. Norwegian Journal of Geology (2007), vol 87, nr 1 & 2. 143-155.


“The Bologna Process: Student Plans and Perceptions”. Martine Plompen, Glen Murrell. EFMD Research Report Series, 2006/1.


“The long-term thermal evolution of central Fennoscandia revealed by low-temperature thermochronometry” Ph.D. Thesis


“Provenance of Oligocene synorogenic sediments of the Ligurian Alps (NW Italy): inferences on belt age and cooling history” Chiara Barbieri, Barbara Carrapa, Andrea Di Giulio, Jan Wijbrans, Glen R. Murrell. International Journal of Earth Sciences (2003), vol 92, no 5, 758-778.


"Unravelling a long-term multi-event thermal record in the cratonic interior of southern Finland through apatite fission track thermochronology". G.R. Murrell; P.A.M. Andriessen. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth (2004), vol 29, iss, 10, 695-706.


Selected Abstracts
“The Relationship between Carbon Capture Technologies for Coal Power Fired Power Plants and Sequestration Methodology”. Geoffrey Thyne; Glen R. Murrell., American Chemical Society, Rocky Mountain Regional Meeting, August 29-September 1, 2007, Denver, CO.


“Physical and Economic Integration of Carbon Capture Methods with Sequestration Sinks” Geoffrey Thyne; Glen R. Murrell., 2007 AGU Fall Meeting, 10-14 December, 2007, San Francisco, CA.

 

 

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University of Wyoming

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Phone:  307-766-2843
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e-mail: gmurrell@uwyo.edu

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