WP4 Advanced monitoring technologies

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Our project consortium brings together world-leading expertise in the fields of CO2 storage and shale gas monitoring. We will draw on this expertise to develop new technologies that will improve the detection and monitoring of environmental impacts for geoenergy projects.

The research team will develop state-of-the-art sensors to monitor flow leaks and geomechanical stresses. New technologies that will increase the range of detection for toxic quantities that fall below the detection limit of current sensors will also be tested.

The results will enable both large-scale and remote monitoring of shale gas and CCS sites, providing a flexible portfolio of techniques and sensors for project developers and operators.

Outputs

A Combined approach to monitor gas mixtures, containing CO2, in geological systems: aquifers

Armand Karimi, IFPEN   ABSTRACT

Multiphase multi-rate mass transfer model for anomalous transport in fractured and heterogeneous media

Matteo Icardi, University of Nottingham  ABSTRACT

 

Macroscopic models for heterogeneous reactions in porous mediaFederico Municchi, Matteo Icardi, University of Nottingham

Federico Municchi, Matteo Icardi, University of Nottingham  ABSTRACT

Generalised Multi-Rate Models for conjugate transfer in heterogeneous materials

Federico Municchi, Matteo Icardi, University of Nottingham  ABSTRACT

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