Using our extensive subsurface knowledge and GIS capabilities, CDL has established workflows to evaluate carbon sequestration targets and answer the key questions: Is there a storage opportunity? Is the storage capacity of the CCUS opportunity large enough to sequester the CO2 in the given time frame? Is the storage opportunity suitable?
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CDL's deep understanding of depositional environments and fluid interactions in the subsurface has been our core competency for nearly 35 years and we are using this foundation to strategically deliver CCUS site identification, Deep Geothermal and Critical Mineral assessments to clients world-wide.
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This study presents a hydrogeological evaluation of the Debolt Formation in the Trutch and Fort Nelson areas of northeastern British Columbia. The purpose of the evaluation is to produce a comprehensive analysis of the major play types, their trends and further potential. The integration of hydrodynamics and geology has allowed the definition of regional aquifer systems, distribution and characteristics of formation waters, structural and porosity trends, fracture distribution and production trends. On the basis of the regional analysis, the exploration and development potential of the area has been evaluated, with the focus on delineating prospects.