Characterisation of a potential CO2 storage site
Do you want to reduce your company’s CO2 emissions? BRGM helps you to assess the potential for geological storage of your company’s emissions beneath its facilities.
Declaration and description of underground works
Simplify your regulatory procedures and obligations concerning data linked to subsurface work using BRGM's interconnected tools: DUPLOS (Unified Declaration for Underground Works) and DiaLog (technical description of boreholes).
Capture, storage and utilisation of CO2
Do you want to reduce your local CO2 emissions? BRGM assesses the potential for integrating a Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) technology into a circular economy to provide you with solutions that are adapted to the specificities of your region.
Exploration and management of groundwater resources in the bedrock
Although they are found in the subsurface of many regions around the world, bedrock aquifers (in granite, schist, gneiss bedrock, etc.) have long been considered as not particularly productive, and very complex to study. BRGM has developed new methods and techniques in order to find, manage and protect groundwater resources more effectively in these environments.
Storage of industrial CO2 emissions coupled with renewable heat production
Does your industrial activity emit less than 150,000 tonnes of CO2 per year and do you want to decarbonise your activities? It may be possible to capture and store your CO2 emissions in the subsurface of your site, while producing heat, thanks to an innovative technology developed at BRGM.
Characterising a water resource to optimise it
Do you want to exploit a water resource? Do you have a bottling project? Is water used in your industrial process or on a farm, or do you aim to supply drinking water to a community? BRGM offers its support for identifying and characterising water resources with tools adapted to your needs to monitor the evolution of the resource.
Monitoring of CO2 geological storage sites
If you want to monitor it during the operational phase of an underground CO2 storage facility, then BRGM offers you its geophysical and geochemical services applied to the field of land-based underground storage.
MétéEAU Nappes: a tool for the real-time monitoring and forecasting of groundwater levels
Are you a public authority or organisation involved in managing water resources? Would you like to know the current state of the water table levels in your region and be able to establish reliable forecasts? BRGM's MétéEAU Nappes tool enables you to consult the status of your water resources and facilities in real time and thus to put in place an effective water-resource management and protection plan.
Environmental analysis of mineral resource procurement
BRGM is able to measure the environmental impacts linked to the supply of mineral raw materials. In this respect, through a better understanding of the flow of materials along value chains, BRGM helps economic players to reduce their environmental impact.