• Advance and validate surface and downhole monitoring technologies relevant to onshore storage, including for groundwater protection
  • Improve understanding on the impacts of leakage and of potential leakage pathways (geological faults and boreholes) to enable a more effective monitoring strategy
  • Produce best-practice guidelines for a monitoring programme that integrates the newly advanced ENOS technologies and techniques with state-of-the-art commercially available tools
  • Real-life experience from field laboratories and sites where CO2 is naturally seeping to the surface utilised to realise these aims

 

Sites involved:
GeoEnergy Test Bed, UK
Sulcis Fault Lab, Italy

Coordinator: BGS