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Les fumées rejetées par l'usine d’incinération de Saint-Ouen (Val-d'Oise, France, 1997). © BRGM - François Michel

Laboratoires souterrains pour la recherche sur le stockage géologique du CO2

Du 05 au 06 Juin 2019 - Nancy - Séminaire
Le BRGM fait partie du comité français de ECCSEL et organise, avec le ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de l'Innovation, le Club CO2 et l'Université de Lorraine, un séminaire intitulé "Underground laboratories for CO2 geological storage research".

Le BRGM fait partie du comité français de ECCSEL et organise, en collaboration avec le ministère de l'enseignement supérieur, de la recherche et de l'innovation, le ClubCO2 et l'Université de Lorraine, un séminaire intitulé "Underground laboratories for CO2 geological storage research".

Le séminaire "Underground laboratories for CO2 geological storage research" se tiendra les 5 et 6 juin 2019 à Nancy, dans le cadre de l'Infrastructure de recherche européenne sur le captage et stockage du COECCSEL.

Objectifs du séminaire

The Mission Innovation Report of the Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage Experts Workshop held in Houston, Texas, in September 2017 mentions the usefulness of using Underground Research Laboratories (URL) for addressing the Priority Research Directions (PRDs) for CO2 storage required for accelerating breakthrough innovation in CCUS.

URL-Andra Underground Research Laboratory is an ECCSEL research facility. The Lab was constructed to study the development of the French réversible deep geological disposai for high level and/or long live radioactive waste (Cigéo project). Located in France, at Andra's Meuse/Haute-Marne Centre close to Nancy city, this is a unique facility accessible for in situ experiments in a deep clay formation, the Callovo-Oxfordian. This formation has been well characterized: it lies between around 420 m to 600 m deep, its thickness is at least 130 m, the hydraulic pressure is around 5 MPa and the vertical stress of 12 MPa. Therefore, URL-Andra is allowing performing different tests from small scale to large scale, in représentative conditions of a caprock of a CO2 storage site. Useful research for advancing CO2 storage can be performed there, e.g. on caprock and well integrity, and on fault behaviour; it is open to researchers worldwide, according to the schedule of experimental activities led by Andra, and to the safety and financial rules.

ECCSEL, the European Research Infrastructure on CO2 Capture and Storage, is organising this workshop to encourage researchers to use this unique research facility. Access to the site is facilitated by the Access Policy and procedures set up by the ECCSEL ERIC for its 56 research facilities distributed in 5 countries (Norway, France, Italy, The Netherlands, UK), that are available to the global research community.

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