David R. Tyner
Dr. David R. Tyner is a Research Associate in the Energy and Emissions Research Laboratory at Carleton University. Dr. Tyner has worked on a variety of studies related to Upstream Oil and Gas development in Western Canada. Through collaboration with governmental and industry partners, his research has provided key insights into air emissions from hydraulic fracturing operations and has identified economic flaring and venting mitigation opportunities in the Province of Alberta. Additionally, he has worked on projects to quantify liquid storage tank and fugitive emissions through the development of novel laser spectroscopic-based techniques.
Dr. Tyner’s research at Flarenet falls into Theme 1, in which he is developing a detailed analysis of flaring practices in Canada using well-level, industry-reported data in collaboration with the Alberta Energy Regulator.
Supervisors: Dr. Matthew Johnson (Carleton University)