Moderator: Emily Smejkal (B.Sc. Geology)
Tuesday, March 15 2022 12:00 - 1:00pm (MST) Register at: CSPG GeoWomen Page This is a FREE event - All genders welcome - No membership required.
The energy transition provides an opportunity for geoscientists to reposition their expertise, adapt and be resilient. How will you contribute to our future energy system? Discover key resources available to apply your diverse skillset and find your passion in this fast paced innovative space.
Rochelle Longval (P.Geo)
Rochelle is a Professional Geoscientist that demonstrates an enthusiastic entrepreneurial spirit pushing for innovative solutions to harness the Earth’s heat. Upon relocating to a rural village, she gained a firsthand perspective on the importance of accessible energy, driving her career transition. Rochelle progressed her career in the energy sector gaining strong technical foundations working with the Geological Survey of Canada, Daylight Energy, Devon Energy and Cenovus Energy, discovering new target zones and now optimizing existing ones for renewable energy to meet Canada’s net-zero emissions target. Her passion for unlocking renewable resources at Novus Earth provides communities with sustainable energy, local job creation and promotes efficient local food production in rural communities.
She has been recognized as an emerging leader “Changing the Face of Energy” as a recipient of the Young Women in Energy Award. A participant in Canada’s first CarbonTech Accelerator with Avatar Innovations, Rochelle has delved into the start-up ecosystem, co-founding CO2Thermal Innovations to discover synergies with geothermal and carbon capture and storage technologies.