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Carbon Storage


Subsurface characterization and modeling for CO2 storage

Our ample expertise in subsurface characterization enables the identification of optimal sites for CO2 storage, evaluation of mineral composition and capacity, assessment of geomechanical stability to ensure safe storage, construction of porosity and permeability 3D models for flow simulation, creation of accurate seismic models based on simulation results, and characterization of seals to prevent leakage.  By leveraging our expertise, you can ensure an effective and secure CO2 sequestration project.

Site selection

Regional geological mapping to identify optimal locations for CO2 storage. Consider geological suitability, proximity to emission sources, and potential environmental impact.

Reservoir property modeling

Build 3D models of porosity and permeability to estimate storage capacity and potential injectivity in formations of interest.

Seismic modeling and interpretation

Use flow simulation results to model the expected seismic response and determine monitoring strategies.

Geomechanical stability

Perform critical stress analysis of faults in the vicinity of injectors to ensure secure storage for specific site conditions (fault stability).

Mineral composition

Detailed multimineral analyses to estimate capacity, assess possible reactions of minerals to CO2 injection, and potential for carbon capture.

Flow simulation

Perform flow simulation to estimate the evolution of the CO2 plume over time for the given geologic conditions. Understand fluid flow dynamics for effective CO2 injections. 

Seal characterization and mapping

Evaluate sealing formations (caprocks, seals) to ensure long-term containment of stored CO2.

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