Dow Centre for Sustainable Engineering Innovation
School of Chemical Engineering


Professor Chris Greig

Professor Chris Greig
Director

Director, UQ Energy Initiative
Director, Dow Centre for Sustainable Engineering Innovation

Chris Greig leads both the UQ Energy Initiative and the Dow Centre for Sustainable Engineering Innovation. Chris is a Chemical Engineer having obtained his degree and PhD at the University of Queensland and is a Fellow of the Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering. Prior to joining UQ, he held executive roles in construction, mining and clean energy industries in Australia and abroad over a career spanning 25 years. He is a Non-Executive Director of Seymour Whyte Limited and has held various other corporate and Government board positions including as Deputy Chairman of Gladstone Ports Corporation. 

At UQ, in addition to being Director of the Dow Centre for Sustainable Engineering Innovation and UQ Energy Initiative, Chris is on the Advisory Boards for the Centre for Coal Seam Gas (Chair), the School of Chemical Engineering and the Queensland Geothermal Energy CoE and co-leads the Energy Poverty Research Group and Carbon Capture and Storage Research Group. He is also course coordinator for ENGG400 – Professional Practice in the Business Environment.

Chris' main interests lie in Energy Transitions, Economics and Policy, Energy for Development, Mega-Project Implementation and CCS.