Mr Christopher Michael Asprey Gent

Mr Christopher Michael Asprey Gent

Deep Subsurface Geoscientist

Location: Keyworth

Tel: 0115 936 3121

E-mail Mr Christopher Michael Asprey Gent

Biography

  •  2014 – ongoing : Deep Subsurface Geoscientist, British Geological Survey
  •  2012 –2013 : Junior Underground Geologist, Hambledon Mining, Kazakhstan
  •  2009 –2013 : MSci (hons) Royal Holloway, University of London

Skills

  • Seismic interpretation
  • Wireline log interpretation

Professional association

  •  2015 – ongoing : Member of the London Petrophysical Society
  •  2014 – ongoing : Academic member of the UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre

Research interests

  • Carbon Capture and Storage
  • Geothermal Energy
  • Source rock analysis using geophysical well logs.

Awards

  •  2013 : Driver Award, top graduating MSci student

Current projects and collaboration

  •  2014 – ongoing : Development of the CO2 Storage Evaluation Database
  •  2014 –2016 : UKCCSRC Fault seal controls on aquifer CO2 storage security

Published outputs

  • Gent, C. M. A., Hannis, S, D., and Andrews, I. J. 2014. Estimation of total organic carbon in the Jurassic shales of the Weald area by log analysis. Appendix D In: Andrews, I. J., 2014. The Jurassic shales of the Weald Basin: geology and shale oil and shale gas resource estimation. British Geological Survey for Depoartment of Energy and Climate Change, London, UK.
  • Gent, C. M. A., and Monaghan, A. A. 2014. Estimation of total organic carbon in the Carboniferous shales of the Midland Valley of Scotland by log analysis. Appendix F In: Monaghan, A. A., 2014 The Carboniferous shales of the Midland Valley of Scotland: geology and resource estimation. British Geological Survey for Depoartment of Energy and Climate Change, London, UK.
  • NERC Open Research Archive — Christopher Michael Asprey Gent