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IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme

This international research network covers the monitoring of injected CO2 in Geological Storage formations.

Introduction

The aims and objectives of the network are to assess new technologies and techniques as they become available, determine the limitations, accuracy and applicability of monitoring techniques, disseminate information from research and pilot storage projects around the world, develop extensive monitoring guidelines for the different sub-categories of geological storage; oil and gas fields, unmineable coal seams, and saline aquifers, covering the differing conditions and reservoir properties encountered globally as well as to engage with relevant regulatory bodies.

Summary Reports

Summary reports from previous Network workshops are available, please click below to view these documents.

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Upcoming Events

The last Network meeting was the the Combined Monitoring and Environmental Research Network Meeting, held from 20th – 22nd August, 2019, at the University of Calgary. The Meeting was followed by a Fault Workshop on Friday 23rd August. There are currently no planned upcoming events. Please check this page again soon for more information or contact the person below.

Previous Meetings

For information on all monitoring network meetings, please login to the network member area below.

Membership

Membership of this network is open to countries and industries actively engaged in practical research on geological storage formations, or seeking ways to promote such activities.

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Network contacts

For information on Network activities contact:

  • James Craig (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) / Samantha Neades (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

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