High-resolution seismic modelling and inversion
Electro-magnetic, gravity, magnetic modelling and inversion
Integration (joint inversion) of multiple datasets
Quantitative geophysical methods
Computation of uncertainties in geophysical imaging
4D at Laboratory scale
Seismic dispersion and attenuation
Our on-going CO2 monitoring Projects
Joint inversion and petrophysical characterization for improved CO2 monitoring at Ketzin and Svelvik.
Accurate CO2 monitoring using Quantitative joint inversion for large-scale on-shore and off-shore storage applications.
An innovative concept for time-dependent monitoring of CO2 plume expansion by combining active and passive seismic data.
NCCS - Cost-efficient monitoring
Norwegian CCS Research Centre – Task 12: Cost-efficient monitoring.
Pressure control and conformance management for safe and efficient CO2 storage - Accelerating CCS Technologies.