|Andy Chadwick on fieldwork in Spitzbergen, Svalbard|
Andy has been involved with CO₂ storage since 1998 and has been part of many European CO₂ storage research projects and a number of UK government and industrially-funded ones. His main interests lie in storage site characterisation, monitoring and regulation. His current work includes quantitative analysis of time-lapse seismic data to characterise CO₂ plumes, and history-matched flow modelling to understand CO₂ migration in reservoirs.
Check out Andy’s current projects, collaborations and publications here.