France (2013-2015) - The CO2-Dissolved project (CO2 Dependable Injection and Storage System Optimized for Local Valorization of the geothermalEnergy Delivered) is an ANR funded project which aims at evaluating the technical and economic feasibility of a new concept coupling CCS and geothermal, comprising an innovative CO2 capture technology and dissolution in deep wells, a dissolved CO2 injection, a recovery of geothermal heat extracted in the brine via a doublet system / heat exchange
France (2012-2013) – Geogreen participates to the AMRIAL project coordinated by BRGM and funded by ADEME.
The project aims at applying radar interferometry synthetic aperture (InSAR) to CO2 storage sites within the surface context (forests, agricultural fields ) anticipated for future industrial-scale demonstration projects.
France (2012) – Following a first study carried out in in 2011, Geogreen has performed a second CCS-Ready assessment for a new power project of E.On, in France. As part of the assessment, Geogreen screened deep saline formations for storage suitability and completed the basic design, routing, and economic analysis for a potential CO2 transport system and the CO2 storage component.
Europe/France (2011-2015) - The ULTimateCO2 Project, funded by the European FP7, is aimed at the investigation of the long-term fate of CO2 within a geological storage and will examine the physical behavior of the geology with experimentation at the core- and well-scale. Geogreen's participation entails the evaluation of the long-term fate of CO2 in the context of the ULCOS exploration permit in northeastern France.
France (2011-2012) - Geogreen is the project coordinator for this effort to develop a carbon management plan supported by a consortium of companies and public entities active in the industrial sectors around the Port of Marseille. Geogreen will perform an emissions source clustering and centralized emissions treatment (pooling) scenario development, the optimization of the emissions/CO2 collection systems and transport network, design and carbon and energy footprint analysis of the overall CO2 capture, transport and the eventual export scenarios to North Africa for EOR, CO2 valorization options around Marseille - including CO2 bio-remediation via micro-algae cultivation.