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Guy Allinson is a a Senior Lecturer specialising in Oil & Gas Economics in the School of Petroleum Engineering, UNSW. He has been a discipline leader in the economics of carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) with the Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Gas Technologies (CO2CRC). He has conducted research for the CO2CRC and its predecessor, GEODISC, since the year 2000. His work in CCS has covered (a) estimating the costs of CCS for major sources of CO2 emissions across Australia and (b) assessing the economic viability of CO2 injection into oil and gas fields and coal bed methane reservoirs for CO2 storage and enhanced recovery. His other areas of interest are the economics of international oil and gas fiscal policy and reserves estimation. He lectures in oil and gas industry economics, project risk analysis and petroleum business studies.
Keywords: Fiscal Analysis, Oil Industry Economic Modelling, Risk Analysis of Oil and Gas Project, and Geological Disposal of Carbon Dioxide.