Director, Center for Oil Shale Technology and Research, Colorado School of Mines
Berthoud Hall 311A 1516 Illinois Street Golden CO 80401 USA
Jeremy Boak is the Director of the Center for Oil Shale Technology and Research (COSTAR) at the Colorado School of Mines, and Co-Chair of the Oil Shale Symposia. He is also a Co-Director of the Center for Advanced Petroleum Systems Analysis and Research (CAPSAR). Before coming to Mines in 2006, he worked as project manager at Los Alamos National Laboratory and at the U. S. Department of Energy Yucca Mountain Project. Prior to that, he was a petroleum geologist at ARCO Oil and Gas, Inc. in Anchorage, Denver, and Bakersfield. Dr Boak received his Ph. D. degree in Geological Sciences from Harvard University. He received MS degrees from Harvard and the University of Washington, and his undergraduate degree from Harvard, all in Geological Sciences.
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