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8 June 2020

Research on the CSIRO In Situ Laboratory: Multi-pronged monitoring methods tested in the field

In February 2019, at the CSIRO In-Situ Laboratory CCS project, a test was conducted where 38 t of gaseous CO2 were injected over 5 days into a fault zone at a depth of approximately 340 m. This paper by Dr. Matt Myers and a range of collaborators were able to use a variety of monitoring tools to assess whether any CO2 reached the surface.

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Australian Government Department of Education CSIRO The University of Western Australia Curtin University Western Australian Energy Research Alliance