Professor John Kaldi

Professor John Kaldi
 Position Professor
 Org Unit School of Chemical Engineering
 Telephone +61 8 8313 4291
 Location Floor/Room 1 ,  Santos Petroleum Engineering ,   North Terrace
  • Biography/ Background

    John Kaldi is the Chief Scientist for the Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Gas Technologies (CO2CRC), and Professor and Chair of Geosequestration at University of Adelaide. John's career includes being the inaugural Head of the Australian School of Petroleum (ASP) and earlier, Director of the National Centre for PetroleumGeology and Geophysics (NCPGG) at University of Adelaide. Prior to academia, John spent 18 years in the Petroleum Industry in both technical and managerial roles with Shell, Arco and Vico. He has received Distinguished Service, Honorary member and Special Commendation awards from AAPG and has recently served as AAPG's International Vice-President. John has been an SPE, AAPG, IPA and PESA Distinguished Lecturer. He is an accomplished short course instructor, providing training to industry, government and professional societies on Carbon Capture & Storage, Reservoir and Seal Evaluation, and Capillary Pressure Principles . He has been the author and presenter of over 150 journal articles and technical conference papers.

  • Files

  • Media Expertise

    CategoriesEnvironment, Mining & Energy
    ExpertiseCarbon Capture and Storage, CCS, CO2 Geoequestration, Reservoir Characterisation, Seal evaluation, Petroleum geology, Petroleum engineering, petroleum industry in Indonesia
    NotesAlt phone: (08) 8313 4291
    Mobile0418 801 896
    After hours(08) 8303 8042

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Entry last updated: Thursday, 12 Jan 2023

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