IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme

20th – 22nd August, 2019, University of Calgary

 

The next IEAGHG Monitoring Network Meeting will be combined with the Environmental Research Network.The 3-day event will be run between August 20th – 22nd, at the University of Calgary and include a field trip to the CaMI Field Research site approximately 25 km southwest of Brooks, Alberta.The emphasis of this combined network meeting will be on post-closure monitoring, long-term post-injection measures as well as updates on sensing technology development, field release experiments and the environmental impacts of monitoring.Case studies of on and offshore monitoring will also be presented.This Network meeting will be immediately followed by a 1-day workshop on Faults and their significance for large-scale CO2 Storage (please see separate listing on the IEAGHG website).

 

AGENDA

Day 1 - Tuesday
Session 1

Welcome & Introduction

Session 2

Developments in Sensing including Noise Monitoring and Characterisation

Session 3 Lessons learned from managing field projects Panel Discussion
Session 4 Uncertainty in quantification
Session 5 Monitoring for Storage with EOR compared with DSF requirements
Session 6 Fall-back plans – what to do if primary technique doesn’t work? Delegate Interactive Session

 

 

Day 2 - Wednesday
Session 7 New Case Studies of real data – Offshore and Onshore
Session 8 Environmental Impacts of Monitoring
Session 9 Up-Well Leakage
Session 10 Monitoring Post-Injection for Site Closure (Part A)
Session 11 Long-Term Monitoring Post-Injection for Site Closure (Part B) Delegate Interactive Session                 
Session 12 Conclusions and Recommendations

 


Call For Posters

Delegates planning to attend the IEAGHG Monitoring & Environmental Research Combined Network Meeting in August are invited to submit posters summarising relevant research that they are engaged in.  Research should relate to the meeting’s themes which include:

 

 

 

 

Further details about this meeting can be found on the IEAGHG website, home page under “Upcoming Events and Networking Meetings”.  If you have any queries related to this event contact either James Craig at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Sam Neades at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

If you would like to submit a poster, please submit an abstract to Sam Neades at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. summarising the research by no later than Monday 10th June 2019.  Abstracts submitted after this date will not be considered.