Peter Flood

University of New England

Emeritus Professor Flood, retired Deputy Vice Chancellor at the University of New England, is a geologist with five decades experience in basin studies including within the Gunnedah, Bowen and Surat Basins. He is also a member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. He has been a consultant to federal, state and territory governments and the mining, oil and gas industries and has studied the impacts of mining and coal seam gas extraction on water resources. Prof Flood served for 5 years (2012-2016) on the Independent Expert Scientific Committee on CSG and Large Coal Mines (IESC) and advisor to the NT Shale Gas Inquiry of 2017-2018.

He is a distinguished Australian scientist with diverse expertise and experience as an

  • Exploration Geologist
  • Executive and Non Executive Director of a broad range of the nation’s most intensive research initiatives and mining ventures;
  • A leader within the Australian higher education sector and
  • Author of over 300 publications and confidential company reports.

His key skills include: Corporate Governance, Exploration Geology, Leadership, Higher-Education-Leadership, Leading Multi-Decadal Transformative R&D Initiatives

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