Dr. Mark A. Andrich is an energy and water sustainability specialist. Mark developed his financial experience during rigorous academic pursuits and rich industry experience as an oil & gas engineer, a research analyst, a hedge fund trader, and the founder of a water investment business. Mark has published international journal papers across of range of energy and water sustainability topics.
Mark's PhD was sustainability of energy and water resources from the perspective of household income levels which led to WA establishing Australia's first state sovereign wealth fund. His article, "Inequality as an obstacle to sustainable electricity and transport energy use", co-authored with Lord Oxburgh and Prof. Jorg Imberger, is the the top 5% of all articles ever tracked by Altmetric.
Honorary Research Fellow, University of Western Australia
University of Western Australia, PhD (Engineering)
Columbia University, Certificate of Strategic Account Management
University of Western Australia, B. Com
University of Western Australia, Bachelor of Engineering (Hons)
Inequality as an obstacle to sustainable electricity and transport energy use, Energy for Sustainable Development, Elsevier
The effect of land clearing on rainfall and fresh water resources in Western Australia: a multi-functional sustainability analysis, International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, Taylor & Francis
Raising Utility and Lowering Risk through Adaptive Sustainability: Society and Wealth Inequity in Western Australia, Journal of Sustainable Development
Cost-Effective Design Criteria for Australian Monopod Platforms, Journal of Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, ASME
Honorary Research Fellow, UWA; Society of Petroleum Engineers Student Prize (1999)