Joshua G. Regorrah is an Energy Regulatory, Permitting, and Policy Specialist at the EERC, where he works with a multidisciplinary team of scientists, engineers, and business professionals to integrate permitting, regulatory, legal, policy, economics, and tax perspectives with technical information and applied research related to incremental and unconventional oil recovery, geologic CO2 capture and storage, power generation, emissions reduction, and renewable energy systems. Prior to his work at the EERC, he served a Wellsite Geologist with Neset Consulting Services in Tioga, North Dakota.
Mr. Regorrah’s principal areas of interest and expertise include environmental sciences, regulatory policy related to the geologic storage of CO2, and sedimentology and stratigraphy.
B.S. degree in Geology and a B.S.E.D. in Secondary Composite Science from UND. Mr. Regorrah is currently working on his Master’s degree in Science Education from the University of Western Michigan.