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Thematic report: Monitoring session (storage) May 2012
Thematic report: Monitoring session (storage) May 2012

25th May 2012

Topic(s): CO2 storage

This report presents the discussions, conclusions and actions agreed at a one-day thematic workshop on storage monitoring which was held at the Schwartze Pumpe power plant, Germany 2012.

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Knowledge sharing event in MVA/MMV in CCS: Demonstration projects and large scale CO2 injection tests: Workshop summary
Knowledge sharing event in MVA/MMV in CCS: Demonstration projects and large scale CO2 injection tests: Workshop summary

17th May 2012

Topic(s): CO2 storage

This report provides an update on the event held in Alabama focusing on CO2 monitoring techniques. Overall there was a very large variety of projects presented, covering a variety of techniques from the US, Canada and Europe. These ranged in scale (from pilot to the commercial large scale injection of CO2), location (comparing onshore and offshore challenges), process (EOR monitoring as opposed to CCS), project maturity (from planning to ongoing injection), risks and opportunities (hundreds of wells to a small number), and focus (research as opposed to commercial).

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Adapting to new CO2 injection well regulations
Adapting to new CO2 injection well regulations

29th September 2011

Topic(s): CO2 storage

Presentation on adapting to new co2 injection well regulations, given at Lodz, Poland.

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Thematic report: Storage session: 3rd sharing event at Lodz meeting
Thematic report: Storage session: 3rd sharing event at Lodz meeting

28th September 2011

Topic(s): CO2 storage

As part of the 3rd sharing event in of the European Network of CCS Demonstration projects in Łodz, Poland; members gathered to share experiences on CO2 storage. Representatives of Bełchatów, Compostilla, Don Valley, Jänschwalde, Porto Tolle and ROAD discussed topics related to an integrated approach to modelling, monitoring, and site characterisation, MVA techniques and Storage models. Participation of a guest from the United States Department of Energy supported knowledge exchange between Europe and the US.

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