Dan Jackson

Joining Impact in 2014, Dan offers more than 33 years of combined government and private experience - over 22 years as an environmental scientist and energy regulatory specialist at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, preceded by 11+ years of experience in oil and gas exploration as a geologist and seismic geophysicist.

During his 22 years at EPA, Dan’s work focused on injection well permitting and environmental regulations related to energy development, including hydraulic fracturing, carbon sequestration, CBM development, in-situ uranium mining, underground fluid waste disposal, and aquifer exemptions.

Dan offers client his strong background covering both the environmental regulatory and business aspects of energy development.  From the late 1970’s through the early 1990’s, Dan’s work in the oil and gas industry included well site geology and seismic data processing, giving him insight into many particular issues faced by the energy development business.

 

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