Drew Scherer

Drew Scherer

Graduate Researcher/Program Aide

Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS), Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR), Underground Injection Control (UIC) Permitting, Hydrogen Economy, and Energy Transition

  dscherer@tamu.edu

  (979) 458-8503

  Halbouty 102C

Research

Integrating geology, engineering, and economics to develop a carbon management framework within the state of Texas, with a specific focus on the Permian Basin region.

 

Research interests also include Petroleum Geochemistry, Production Allocation, and GIS/Remote Sensing

 

Selected Publications

Scherer, J.A., “Comparison of the Practical Applications and Limitations of InSAR and Structure From Motion Depictions of Surface Elevation Flux for Academic Purposes,” CU Scholar, 2019.

Weimer, P., Cumella, S., Scherer, J.A., Gutterman, W., Bouroullec, R., Gustason, G., Nummendal, D., “Regional subsurface stratigraphy, structure, and petroleum geology of the Upper Cretaceous through lower Cenozoic rocks, Piceance Basin, northwest Colorado,” Chapter 6: Upper Cretaceous Upper Mancos through Iles Formation, Submitted to: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists Journal.

Education

B.A. Geological Sciences – University of Colorado Boulder (2019)

B.A. Geography-GIS – University of Colorado Boulder (2019)

Cert. in Hydrology and Water Resources – University of Colorado Boulder (2019)

Awards

Priscilla & Thomas E. Kelly ’53 Graduate Scholarship Recipient (2021)

Cum Laude Latin Honors – University of Colorado Geography Department (2019)

L. Austin Weeks Research Scholar – American Association of Petroleum Geologists (2017 & 2019)

Links

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Additional Information

Advisors: Alan Yu & Mauro Becker

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