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Joint inversion and petrophysical characterization for improved CO2 monitoring at Ketzin and Svelvik.

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  • Further develop and field test geophysical joint inversion as a CO2 monitoring methodology
  • Improve imaging and quantification of the injected CO2
  • Use unique possibilities at Ketzin to mature the joint technology for large scale CO2 storage applications


  • Method and workflow finalized
  • First applications to realistic synthetic data ready

Partners: Collaboration with GFZ (and Uppsala University)

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Project duration

2014 - 2017

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