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Dr Emanuelle Frery is a senior research scientist leading a research team in the Energy Resources Program. Her team focus on natural hydrogen systems and CCS with a multidisciplinary approach, from the lab to the field. She acquired a worldwide academic expertise in structural geology with a PhD thesis on the fluid and gas circulation along natural faults recorded in the well-known red sandstone of the Colorado Plateau and her implication in the IODP research on active serpentinite mud volcanoes. She is an expert of risk assessment of energy production impact on the environment and socio-economical assets and acted as deputy lead in the $34.5 million GBA programme. She is the AFRAN WA Hub leader and a member of SEG and PESA.

Web of Science ResearcherID: I-7634-2017

Current Roles

  • Senior Research scientist and project leader
    Natural hydrogen exploration

Academic Qualifications

  • 2012

    Doctorate - Structural geology
    Grenoble University (France) and KU-Leuven (Belgium)

  • 2008

    Masters - Engeneering
    EOST - French school of Geophysics

  • 2008

    Masters - Geology
    University of Strasbourg (France)

Achievements and Awards

  • 11/2015-02/2016

    Pawsey research award
    Pawsey supercomputer center