Andrew Long has a PhD in geophysics from the University of Western Australia, and his career includes experience with land seismic acquisition and processing, satellite altimetry R&D for producing marine gravity products, and a broad suite of marine seismic pursuits. Following postdoctoral research in seismic imaging and crustal geophysics at Stanford University, he joined PGS in 1997. He is now Chief Geoscientist with interests in most areas of seismic technology and the quantitative interpretation of geophysical data. Andrew was an SEG Honorary Lecturer for the Pacific South region in 2009 and has presented various courses on seismic-related geophysics for a variety of professional organizations. His interests in 'New Energy' pursuits focus upon Measurement, Monitoring and Verification (MMV) applications to subsurface CO2 storage, and building synergies between geophysical and geotechnical pursuits to improve the planning of offshore windfarms.