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This webinar presented the findings of a study to assess the geological opportunities for carbon dioxide (CO2) storage under the Baltic Sea. The study is part of a two year project commissioned by Elforsk (Sweden) and has been conducted in close collaboration with the Finnish Carbon Capture and Storage program (CCSP). This project has provided a great opportunity to learn more about the geological conditions for storing large volumes of CO2 in the Cambrian Sandstone under the south eastern parts of the Baltic Sea. Read the study here.
This assessment of the opportunities for CO2 storage under the Baltic Sea was undertaken by SLR Environmental Consulting and researchers at Uppsala University. In this webinar we will share with you the methodology used and the key results, including: storage volume capacity estimations, injectivity, seal integrity and a proposed test injection methodology.
The webinar was hosted by the Global CCS Institute who together with the Swedish Energy Agency and a number of industrial partners funded the project. For this webinar, the report findings were presented by Richard Vernon and Nick O’Neill from SLR Environmental Consulting.