STEMM-CCS Open Science Meeting presentations

A selection of presentations from the STEMM-CCS Open Science Meeting held in February 2020 meeting in Bergen:

Session 1. Technological and Engineering challenges

Enabling a CO2 release experiment in the North Sea  – Kevin Saw, National Oceanography Centre

An Overview of the Design, Build and Testing of the CO2 Injection Rig – Allan Spencer, Cellula Robotics

Shallow subsurface coring with a robotic seafloor drill – Oliver Peppe, British Geological Society

Development and deployment of a suite of autonomous in situ carbonate sensors for the STEMM-CCS gas release experiment – Samuel Monk, National Oceanography Centre

pH optodes for CO2 leakage detectionSergey Borisov, TU Graz


Session 3: Understanding complexity

What is sufficient for a “baseline” – Jerry Blackford, Plymouth Marine Laboratory

Water column environmental baseline assessment for offshore CCS sites: analysis of field data from the Goldeneye storage complex – Mario Eposito, GEOMAR

The pH distribution in and around a CO2 vent Dirk der Beer, Max Planck Institute, Bremen

Underground CO2 storage assurance - The assessment of onshore geological analogues of fluid-escape systems – Panoche Hills, California – Ben Callow, University of Southampton

Elastic and hydromechanical properties of fractured sandstone reservoirs during and after CO2 storage – Ismael Falcon Suarez, National Oceanography Centre


Session 6: Detection, Quantification & Qualification

Modelling of leakage scenarios to determine impact and anomaly criteria for detection – Marius Dewar, Plymouth Marine Laboratory


Session 9: Synthesis – the end products

Beyond STEMM-CCS: Implications for offshore CCS and marine CO2 monitoring - Chris Pearce, National Oceanography Centre

The STEMM-CCS online monitoring and decision support tool – Anna Lichtschlag, National Oceanography Centre