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March 22, 2023

Highlights of the Northeast BC Carbon Capture and Storage Atlas

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Webinar Synopsis

CDL investigated available public data across NE BC using protocols and techniques based on 35+ years of geological, hydrogeological and engineering expertise to provide an inventory of favourable geological formations and locations for carbon sequestration in the Northeast BC Geological Carbon Capture and Storage Atlas. Our assessment of 12 geological formations found that 4,230 Mt of carbon dioxide could potentially be stored in formations across NE BC, and can provide industry the knowledge to help reduce carbon footprints and mitigate the impacts of climate change.

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Presenter Bio

Natalie is a Senior Geologist with over 25 years of diverse experience in development and exploration in Alberta, BC and Saskatchewan. She has applied this expertise to the evaluation of pore space with respect to carbon storage potential.

Allison is a Senior Geologist and Hydrodynamicist with over 20 years of experience in working with reservoir pressure and fluid chemistry data and creating geomodels for reservoir simulation of EOR projects/management of depleted oil and gas pools. Her most recent focus is investigating the role of hydrodynamics in both carbon storage projects and fluids distribution within the Montney formation.

John is an Evaluations Engineer with 10 years of experience in database development (Well Completions & Frac Database) and big data analysis integrating engineering data with financial, production,  and geological datasets.