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Jingyao Meng

PhD Student

412 Noble Research Center
405-744-6358
jingyao.meng@okstate.edu

 

RESEARCH PROJECT:
Geologic and Geomechanic Characteristics of DeSoto Canyon Salt Basin, East-Central Gulf of Mexico
Funded by: National Energy Technology Laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy, AAPG Grants-in-Aid

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Geological Storage of Carbon Dioxide
Structural Geology, Fracture Characterization, Stress Field Analysis
Geomechanics
Salt Tectonics

EDUCATION:
M.S. Geology – Oklahoma State University, 2015

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BIO
Jingyao (Jenny) Meng is a PhD Candidate at the Boone Pickens School of Geology and working with Dr. Jack Pashin. Her research is focusing on identifying prospective geologic storage units and confirming reservoir and seal stability in the offshore east-central Gulf of Mexico area. The primary research interest of her is geomechanical assessment of potential reservoirs in the context of their structural framework, specifically with application to carbon sequestration. Her research experiences also include hydrocarbon exploration, salt tectonics, near-surface and airborne monitoring, geochronology, and environmental geology.

 

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