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Finding Offshore CO2 Storage: Going Big and Moving Fast

Monday, 1 May

There has been an explosion in interest in Carbon Capture and Storage the past two years. A large-scale effort in carbon storage is needed to thwart global emissions. This panel will address options to move fast and pit depleted oilfields against saline aquifers to see how to best score opportunities in this fast-evolving space. Insights into what makes a quality storage opportunity from subsurface quality to surface infrastructure to commerciality will all be discussed in this session. In particular focus will be how to make the transition from megaton-scale projects currently planned to giga-ton scale projects capable of storing large-scale emissions.

David Tatum, General Manager Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage New Ventures - Chevron
David Lackernby, Subsurface Low Carbon Manager - BP
Tiago Homem, Head of Reservoir and Flow Assurance - Petrobras
Mohammad Bdair, Business Opportunity Manager - Shell
Hamed Soroush, Chief Executive Officer - Teverra
Huyen Bui, Senior Geophysicist - Shell International E&P
Martin Terrell, Manager, Low Carbon Business Development - Exxon Mobil Corporation
Sponsoring Society:
  • American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
  • Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG)

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