The SUCCESS Centre addresses several important areas for CO2 storage in the subsurface: storage performance, sealing properties, injection, monitoring and consequences for the marine environment. The activities and applied methodology in the Centre include case studies, experiments, method and software development, modelling/ simulation and work flow.
FME SUCCESS –Centre for Subsurface CO2 storage one of 11 national Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME) awarded by the Research Council of Norway. The Centre was established in 2010 with an objective to conduct concentrated, focused and long-term research of high international caliber in order to solve specific challenges within the field of Subsurface CO2 storage.
- Hosted by CMR, partners: UNIS, UIB, UiO, Uni Research, CGG, CMR, ConocoPhillips, DEA Norge, Dong Energy, IFE, Lundin, NGI, NIVA, Statoil, Store Norske Spitsbergen Kulkompani
- Focus on applied research and innovations
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The Centre will as far as possible try to bridge gaps from details to concepts and applications, from small to large scale, and to transfer data and knowledge between many related fields. FME SUCCESS will contribute to finding sound, reliable ways of storing CO2 by examining various methods and how CO2 behaves when sequestered underground. The Centre will also identify the best methods of injecting CO2 and monitoring that the CO2 remains underground once it is stored there.
The Research Council of Norway