The U in CCUS stands for utilisation or usage, in which, instead of storing captured CO2, it is reused, ideally in ways that lock the carbon into the resultant material. But what are the climate benefits of CCUS?
In this short editorial, Editor in Chief Iain Brown discusses the need to offer more internships to young petroleum geoscientists engaged in their postgraduate studies or seeking their first industry roles.
Ensemble-based modelling has been delivering value to the E&P industry for over ten years, causing a fundamental re-think of what exactly is needed to more accurately forecast the future behaviour of a reservoir’s performance and enable better decisions to be made on developing and managing the production of hydrocarbon assets.
Geoscience magazine GEO ExPro Vol. 19, No. 2 is now available for download. This issue of GEO ExPro focuses on North West Europe; North Africa; Reservoir Management; Seismic Acquisition and Processing.