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Geoteric | June 1, 2021

Webinar: Application of AI derived fault detection for CCUS


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Find out how Geoteric’s latest technology can mitigate risk and effectively appraise your carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) site with confidence in our latest webinar taking place Tuesday 15 June at 9am (GMT+1), with a repeat at 3pm (GMT-7).

One of the technologies crucial to reach net-zero by 2050 is CCUS. An important emissions reduction technology that can be applied across the energy system, CCUS technologies redirect carbon dioxide (CO₂) emissions deep below the surface for safe storage.

As projects in Norway (Northern Lights) and the UK (Northern Endurance Partnership) accelerate CCUS progress, Ryan Williams, Senior Geoscientist, presents his latest case study findings in his presentation titled “Application of AI-derived fault detection for CCUS - Southern North Sea (SNS) example”.

Joined by his colleague Javier Sotillo, Business Development Manager - Norway, Ryan will cover:

    • How Geoteric can play a key role in realising CCUS projects

    • Fault analysis using Geoteric’s AI fault detection networks to identify unseen faults which could compromise integrity for CO₂ storage

    • How to mitigate risk and effectively appraise CCUS sites with confidence

The webinar presentation will last no more than 20 minutes. This will be followed by a Q&A session of around 10 minutes. You can post questions in the chat box during the presentation itself and will be addressed at the end of the webinar, along with any further questions.

This webinar will be delivered across two sessions to cover both the Eastern and Western Hemisphere. Please use the links below to register:

Eastern Hemisphere   
Tuesday 15 June | 9:00 am GMT +1 | 10:00 am CEST | 4:00 pm AWST

Western Hemisphere     Tuesday 15 June | 3:00 pm GMT +1 | 9:00 am CDT

Spaces are limited for this event, so please register early to avoid disappointment.
For more information, visit geoteric.com/sustainability or contact us at info@geoteric.com.