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Course spotlight - new for 2023 - energy transition
N577a: Outcrop Analogues for CO2 Storage
Participants on this field-class will gain an understanding of the how outcrops along the Devon and Dorset coast can be applied as analogues for the geology of some major CCS projects including Hynet (Hamilton), Endurance, Acorn/Goldeneye, and East Mey.
Instructors: Howard Johnson and Richard Worden
Devon and Dorset, UK | 11-15 Sep 2023Find out more01 /03
N580a: Exploration and Development of Deep Aquifer Geothermal for Direct Heat Use
Direct use geothermal has the potential to make a significant contribution to the decarbonisation of heating and cooling. For geothermal to become a more widely used sustainable resource will require an acute awareness of the uncertainties and risks associated with the exploration and exploitation of them. Participants will gain an appreciation of the entire lifecycle of developing direct use geothermal resources.
Instructor: Mark Ireland
Virtual classroom | 11-15 Sep 2023Find out more02 /03
N579a: Understanding Faults and Fault Rupture – Applications to Fluid Trapping, Pressure Containment, and Induced Seismicity for Hydrocarbons and CCS
This course provides an analysis-level treatment of fault geometry, characterization of trap effectiveness, and assessment of rupture hazard with application to hydrocarbon exploration, reservoir development and management, fluid pressure containment analysis for CCS, and induced seismicity hazard assessment.
Instructors: Peter Hennings and Robert Krantz
Utah, USA | 16-20 Oct 2023Find out more03 /03