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Research group explores synergies at US energy innovation centre

A group of senior scientists from the EU-funded SECURe project has kickstarted a fact-finding trip to North America with a visit to the US’s national centre for innovation in energy technologies. The 10-day visit to the US and Canada by the project partners is aimed at gathering examples of best practice in geoenergy projects, such as geological CO2 storage and shale gas extraction.

BLOG: The importance of data sharing and making connections

Our research teams gathered recently in Wroclaw, Poland, for the SECURe project’s first General Assembly and the opportunity to chart the progress of the research programme.

European project puts best practice at the heart of subsurface energy projects

A three-year international project focusing on best practice for developers engaged in subsurface energy projects is under way with dedicated funding from the European Union.

The SECURe project (Subsurface Evaluation of CCS and Unconventional Risks), involves 16 research partners from seven European countries and will gather unbiased, impartial scientific evidence relating to monitoring the environment and mitigating risk for unconventional hydrocarbon production and geological CO2 storage.

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