Webinar: Long term experience of CO2 injection and monitoring on the Norwegian continental shelf

Carbon capture and storage network group is happy to present this webinar featuring Anne-Kari Furre from Equinor. She will be talking about the regulatory framework for CO2 storage monitoring for NCS and describe the dedicated monitoring programmes for Sleipner and Snøhvit, respectively. Don't miss out on this great webinar.

Date Time Duration Register by Location
15. Nov 2022 14:00 1 Hour 15. Nov 2022 Teams

 

 

Abstract:

 

CO2 has been stored for more than 26 years on the Norwegian Continental shelf, in the Sleipner and Snøhvit projects, respectively. Between these two sites there is quite some variability in top side facilities, reservoir quality and depth. This variability has consequences for well design and monitoring solutions. During this FORCE seminar I will present the regulatory framework for CO2 storage monitoring for NCS and describe the dedicated monitoring programmes for Sleipner and Snøhvit, respectively. We will finalise by inspecting the latest time-lapse seismic monitoring results including a newly generated movie visualising the CO2 plume development for Sleipner.

 

BIO:

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Anne-Kari Furre is an advisor in reservoir geophysics with Equinor ASA. She received a Cand Scient (Master) in Physics from the University in Trondheim (1992), focusing on extracting energy from ocean waves and went on to a Dr Ing (PhD) in drilling and engineering from Norwegian University of Technology and Science (1997), focusing on experimental studies of anisotropic rocks.

She started her professional career as a researcher with Statoil in 1997. She worked within both petroleum technology and exploration, primarily with research, but also as an operating geophysicist.

Her main areas of interests are time-lapse seismic (oil, gas and CO2 monitoring), and rock physics. She has published several articles on time-lapse seismic experiences from Statoil/Equinor (since 2011 focusing on CCS monitoring and in particular Sleipner time-lapse monitoring) and she has lately been involved in developing the subsurface monitoring plan for the Norwegian full scale CCS project Langskip/Longship in the Northern North Sea.

 

 

How a webinar works

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Participation fees:
FORCE members: Free
Non-members: NOK 350,-
University/student: Free

 

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Updated: 16/11/2022