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Dr. William D. Gunter

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Industry Goverment

Phone: (604) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  British Columbia , Canada
Petromin Resources Ltd
1120-1090 W. Pender Street
Vancouver , British Columbia V6E 2N7
Canada

Company Description: Petromin Resources Ltd is an oil and gas exploration and production Company with properties situated in the province of Alberta, Canada. The Company has working...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • PhD , geochemistry
    Johns Hopkins University
  • BSc , geology
    University of New Brunswick
  • MSc degrees , geology
    University of New Brunswick
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Petromin Resources Ltd.
petromin.ca, 3 June 2015 [cached]
Dr. William Gunter
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Dr. William Gunter
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Dr. Gunter is one of the preeminent researchers in CO2 geological sequestration, having advanced the science of CO2 sequestration over the past three decades. He has been leading industry goverment financed projects for the past ten years which have been instrumental in educating governments, industry and the research community about this technology and in obtaining recognition from all levels of government of the importance of CO2 sequestration in greenhouse gas reductions.
In 1991, Dr. Gunter, having recognized the potential for Canada to become a leader in CO2 management, focused his research on CO2 storage in deep aquifers in Alberta.
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Dr. Gunter continued his research, extending the scope of study to include oil reservoirs and coal beds. His research on deep coal beds let to the development of Enhanced Coalbed Methane Recovery (ECBM), which results in the release of methane gas from deep coal seams while storing CO2 in these geological structures. He began similar projects in china and helped develop projects in Japan.
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Currently, Dr. Gunter is a distinguished scientist, the highest level attainable for a scientist, with the alberta Research Council. He has also served as adjunct professor at the University of Calgary and University of Alberta. Dr. Gunter was lead author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change(IPCC) special report on CO2 capture and storage and was a member of the IPCC author group that received the Nobel Prize in 2007.
William Gunter, recognized as ...
communications.uwo.ca, 9 Nov 2008 [cached]
William Gunter, recognized as one of the world's leading authorities on the capture and storage of greenhouse gases, will present the annual SCUGOG Lecture on Wednesday, Oct. 29. As scientists the world over combat global warming, one of the most heavily investigated techniques to limit greenhouse gases emissions into the atmosphere is capture and storage. The process involves collecting, at its source, the carbon dioxide that is produced by power plants and other industrial facilities and storing it in underground layers, the oceans, or in other materials. Currently working with the Alberta Research Council as a resident geologist, Gunter is most famously known as the lead author on the United Nation's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) special report on carbon dioxide capture and storage, released in December 2005.
Petromin Resources Ltd.
www.petromin.ca, 8 July 2008 [cached]
Dr. Bill Gunter joins Petromin’s International Advisory Board Petromin Resources Ltd.
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Dr. Bill Gunter joins Petromin's International Advisory Board
Features
Dr. Bill Gunter joins Petromin's International Advisory Board
Tuesday, 08 July 2008
July 8, 2008 - Petromin Resources Ltd. (TSX.V Symbol: PTR) is pleased to announce that William D. (Bill) Gunter, PhD will join the company's International Advisory Board to provide advice to the Board of Directors relating to science and technology of carbon dioxide (CO2) sequestration and storage.
Dr. Gunter received his BSc and MSc degrees in geology from the , and his PhD in geochemistry from the , . Most recently he was Distinguished Scientist at the Alberta Research Council, and an Adjunct Professor at the in . A specialist in geochemical processes (stressing use of field data, experiments and modeling) as they impact on the environment and on the oil and gas industry, over the past 10 years he has been leading combined industry/government-funded projects in geological storage of CO2 and H2S in aquifers, oil reservoirs and coal beds. He is widely referenced with dozens of publications on geological storage of CO2.
Dr. Gunter was Lead Author on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) special report on CO2 Capture and Storage and member of the 2007 Nobel Prize-winning IPCC author group. He has been acknowledged as a contributor to the award-winning IPCC report. Previously he was Co-chair of the Canadian CO2 Capture and mapping Task Force. Dr. Gunter now consults widely to Canadian and international enterprises through his private company.
Petromin Co-Chairman and President, Ross Gorrell stated, "Bill Gunter's international reputation precedes him and Petromin feels privileged to have him as an advisor.
Petromin Resources Ltd.
www.petromin.ca, 3 June 2015 [cached]
Dr. William Gunter
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Dr. William Gunter
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Dr. Gunter is one of the preeminent researchers in CO2 geological sequestration, having advanced the science of CO2 sequestration over the past three decades. He has been leading industry goverment financed projects for the past ten years which have been instrumental in educating governments, industry and the research community about this technology and in obtaining recognition from all levels of government of the importance of CO2 sequestration in greenhouse gas reductions.
In 1991, Dr. Gunter, having recognized the potential for Canada to become a leader in CO2 management, focused his research on CO2 storage in deep aquifers in Alberta.
...
Dr. Gunter continued his research, extending the scope of study to include oil reservoirs and coal beds. His research on deep coal beds let to the development of Enhanced Coalbed Methane Recovery (ECBM), which results in the release of methane gas from deep coal seams while storing CO2 in these geological structures. He began similar projects in china and helped develop projects in Japan.
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Currently, Dr. Gunter is a distinguished scientist, the highest level attainable for a scientist, with the alberta Research Council. He has also served as adjunct professor at the University of Calgary and University of Alberta. Dr. Gunter was lead author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change(IPCC) special report on CO2 capture and storage and was a member of the IPCC author group that received the Nobel Prize in 2007.
Petromin Resources Ltd.
www.petromin.ca [cached]
Dr. Bill Gunter joins Petromin's International Advisory Board
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