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CO2 storage - and opportunities for geoscientists

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Wednesday, May 18, 2022

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Advances in Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) monitoring for CCS projects

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Anna Stork

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Talk Description
Distributed Acoustic Sensing is done using fibre optic cables in wells, which act as microphones, recording sound made in the well and reservoir as the CO2 is injected.

By analysing this acoustic data, it is possible to get a picture of where the CO2 is travelling to in the reservoir, and ensure it is staying there.

This technology is being increasingly used in CO2 storage sites around the world, including in Australia and Canada. The talk will explain how it is being used and how it works

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