Constraining uncertainties across scales: From Groningen to future geoenergy applications

Project Details


Subsurface activities (e.g., geothermal energy or CO2 storage) taking place in geological reservoirs deep underground are crucial for reducing CO2 emissions. Our knowledge of these reservoirs is incomplete because it is impossible to collect all the data needed to characterise them. Hence there are uncertainties, which can be evaluated using computer models of the reservoir. This project will develop new technologies to build better reservoir models and ensure that subsurface activities can be executed safely and sustainably. This project will also develop a new Q&A process that improves the trust by engaging the wider public when developing such subsurface activities.
Short titleCrossScale
StatusNot started


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