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ERE 212 Special Lectures - Kathleen Kozawa & Adam Pacsi, Introduction to greenhouse gas (GHG) management for oil & gas production
ENERGY 212 (Environmental Aspects of Oil and Gas Production) - Dr. Lilien
- Introduction to greenhouse gas (GHG) management for oil & gas production
- California climate legislation and regulation: cap-and-trade, direct source control, community health nexus
- Industry’s response: reporting, research, technology development
Kathleen Kozawa is a Staff Air Pollution Specialist at the California Air Resources Board Industrial Strategies Division, Oil and Gas Branch. Kathleen has a Master of Public Health in Environmental Health Science and a doctorate in Environmental Science and Engineering from UCLA. She has been with ARB since 2005, working on a range of issues including community monitoring, impacts of in-use diesel regulations, and more recently, oil and gas policy development.
Adam Pacsi is an air quality and greenhouse gas emission researcher for the Chevron in the internal consulting and research division of the company. Adam is a chemical engineer by training, with a BS from Tulane University in New Orleans and a PhD from the University of Texas at Austin. His doctoral research examined the air quality and water use changes associated with unconventional natural gas development in Texas and price-based changes in the electric power sector. For the last 3.5 years, Adam has worked with Chevron on a variety of projects related to upstream methane emissions, environmental big data and analytics, and ambient air pollution measurement technologies.