Tom Evetts is a consultant at ACIL Allen’s Brisbane office.
Tom Evetts is a consultant at ACIL Allen’s Brisbane office. Prior to joining ACIL Allen, Tom worked in the energy industry as an electrical engineer. He brings a range of experience from his time in the energy industry covering upstream and midstream gas projects, midstream oil, and support of research and development projects.
Tom’s recent projects include:
- Market modelling and scenario development for a transmission pipeline feasibility study: Tom has assisted in market modelling using ACIL Allen’s GasMark modelling software to determine performance and sensitivities of the prospective pipeline with respect to market forces and other competing projects.
- Pre-feasibility market analysis Hunter Hydrogen Hub: Tom has undertaken research into a potential hydrogen market amongst industry operators within the NSW Hunter region. This research explored potential quantities and prices, as well as identifying barriers to hydrogen uptake within local industries.
- Marginal Loss Factor (MLF) Analysis: Tom undertakes MLF modelling and analysis for prospective or existing generator projects within the NEM. Tom is also involved in the continual development and improvement of ACIL Allen’s MLF model.
Tom holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering with honours from The University of Queensland.