Ryan Lemiski, P.Geo. is Senior Geoscientist at Carbon Alpha.
He has a Bachelor of Science in Geology (Hons) from the University of Alberta, and a Master of Science, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Alberta. He also earned his Master of Earth and Energy Resources Leadership from Queen’s University. His experience includes domestic and international roles that have focused on conventional and unconventional hydrocarbon exploration and development. He volunteers with the Canadian Energy Geoscience Association (CEGA) and the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG).
In his role, Ryan conducts rigorous, multidisciplinary, risk-based subsurface workflows that provide the outputs required for decision making during the site screening, selection, and characterization phases of carbon storage project evaluations. Carbon Alpha allows him to use his academic and industry experience to test subsurface concepts and ideas in a rapidly evolving carbon emissions abatement sector.
Working at Carbon Alpha gives Ryan the feeling that he is part of a pioneering endeavour as he explores different aspects of geologic systems to determine suitable locations for subsurface carbon storage. He hopes that Carbon Alpha becomes recognized as Canada’s most highly regarded carbon capture and storage organization.