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Candice L. M. Long, Geoscientist. My professional career began in the geographic information systems (GIS) industry, where I worked for five years within city and county government organizations. Since joining the Raven Ridge team, I have worked as a professional in the global energy industry for the past nine years on greenhouse gas emission reduction projects in China, Mongolia, Colombia, Indonesia, Viet Nam, the Philippines, and the United States. My professional experience comprises assessment and valuation of energy resources, including coalbed methane (CBM), coal mine methane (CMM), ventilation air methane (VAM), abandoned mine methane (AMM), unconventional natural gas and biomass. Working with public and private clients, I have experience performing geologic modeling, geologic stress analyses, estimating CBM resources and calculating production decline curves, interpreting VAM emissions data for assessing project feasibility, evaluating social and environmental impacts of project development, spatial analyses and interpretation of satellite imagery as well as conducting technical evaluations for siting methane drainage facilities at both underground and opencast coal mines. Through my work on projects at Raven Ridge, I have researched information, authored and co-authored technical reports, developed and maintained databases, provided editorial support, designed documents for publication, assisted in planning meetings for professional conferences and have presented to peers. I manage our database and mapping services, specializing in Esri® ArcMapTM, AutoCAD® Civil 3D®, Carlson® and IHS Petra® software.  I am also a member of GIS Colorado and the National Association of Professional Women.

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