Kate Adie

Research Associate, Subsurface


  • Global

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Kate is a key contributor to our global research on established and developing geoenergy technologies. She supports the development of our CCUS subsurface offering – tracking global carbon storage licensing activity – as well as providing insight and analysis on developing geothermal markets.

Prior to joining Wood Mackenzie, Kate spent two years in academic research, investigating the technical feasibility of subsurface hydrogen storage as a long duration energy storage technology.


MSc, Geoenergy, University of Edinburgh

BSc, Geology and Physical Geography, University of Edinburgh