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Dispositifs et stratégies de monitoring pour la surveillance de sites de stockage géologique

Abstract : Involved in several research projects funded by the European Union on carbon capture and storage, INERIS has been involved in the design, development, testing and field-deployment of gas monitoring devices in soil and sub-surface on industrial sites. The Institute has developed strong experience using self-designed devices dedicated to the characterization of future CO2 storage sites and analogues of natural or anthropogenic CO2-leaking systems (e.g. former mining areas). A special interest is given to the monitoring of gas flux at surface and gas migration in the subsurface. Gas monitoring in wells and surface gas measurements are used for storage sites before, during and after injection starts, in order to characterize leaking processes that may impact urban areas. After many years of worldwide research conducted by many researchers and corporations, it is now time to adopt a “monitoring-ready” approach. It has to be available to challenge industrial and stakeholders’ expectations for efficient, field-deployable and cheap solutions in performing efficient gas monitoring in the soil and the sub-surface.
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Stéphane Lafortune, Zbigniew Pokryszka, Gaëtan Bentivegna. Dispositifs et stratégies de monitoring pour la surveillance de sites de stockage géologique. Rapport Scientifique INERIS, 2014, 2013-2014, pp.40-41. ⟨ineris-01869502⟩



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