Dr Andrew Grogan

With a B Eng and PhD, Dr Andrew Grogan has over 25 years international, commercial and technical experience in the energy industry, in energy conversion and with large integrated energy projects. His undergraduate degree specialised in fuel engineering and energy production. His PhD was in carbon dioxide processes in underground reservoirs. Andrew has been involved in addressing the technical and commercial project issues for power generation, gas production and transportation and large energy projects and has experience in power project implementation, engineering and technical oversight and reserves validation. In recent years, Andrew has conducted comprehensive market studies of the East Coast gas and electricity markets and the impact of Queensland LNG projects on domestic gas prices and supply, including carbon dioxide in CSG

With a B Eng and PhD, Dr Andrew Grogan has over 25 years international, commercial and technical experience in the energy industry, in energy conversion and with large integrated energy projects. His undergraduate degree specialised in fuel engineering and energy production. His PhD was in carbon dioxide processes in underground reservoirs. Andrew has been involved in addressing the technical and commercial project issues for power generation, gas production and transportation and large energy projects and has experience in power project implementation, engineering and technical oversight and reserves validation. In recent years, Andrew has conducted comprehensive market studies of the East Coast gas and electricity markets and the impact of Queensland LNG projects on domestic gas prices and supply, including carbon dioxide in CSG


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