Presentations and video recording of the third webinar held by ECCSEL under the ECCSELERATE project " Characterisation of a CO2 geological storage site" are now online
The webinar was held on Thursday, February 25th, 2021
You find the links to the presentations on the right side of this page.
The recording of the full webinar can be seen below. In case there are technical issues, you can then also access it also directly on the ECCSEL YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/Tqm80iYRFkU
Karen Kirk, BSc, Geologist, BGS – Decarbonisation and Resource Management
Stéphane Polteau, PhD, Research Scientist, IFE – Reservoir Technology
Q&A session chaired by Valentina Volpi and Federica Donda - OGS
For further information please read the enclosed document or visit our websites: www.eccsel.org - https://eccsel.org/abouteu-grants/eccselerate/
ECCSEL ERIC (European Research Infrastructure Consortium) was established in June 2017 as a permanent pan-European distributed research infrastructure, with the main objective of enhancing European science, technology development, innovation and education in the field of CCUS, in order to combat climate change.
ECCSELERATE project is aimed at increasing the accessibility to the excellent network of facilities already established in ECCSEL ERIC for a wider user group, part of the research and industrial community.
The ECCSELERATE project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 871143