Carbon Storage requires a lifecycle of analysis from screening studies through to development, monitoring and abandonment – many elements of which are comparable to conventional hydrocarbon exploration and production workflows. As with any form of fluid injection into the subsurface, detailed studies of seal capacity, plumbing, trap/fault integrity, subsurface geomechanical stresses and implications for long term storage must be understood before selecting storage sites.
Ikon has recently performed a rock physics and 4D analysis study for the NSTA for the existing UK (CO2) appraisal and storage license areas. This webinar shows some of the key results from the study, in terms of ability to detect and monitor C02 injection, as well as a current summary of Ikon technology and direction for this key area worldwide.
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