The objective of the SCCS Industry Consortium was to provide members with the opportunity to fund individual PhD research designed to meet their needs, together with the benefit of being able to learn from research undertaken by all Consortium students.
Being an SCCS Industry Consortium member enables companies to gain a much greater scope of knowledge across the CCS chain. The completed theses are available for all members of the consortium.
Completed theses to date
- Niklas Heinemann: Physical and chemical effects of CO₂ storage insaline aquifers of the southern North Sea
- Grant Nichol: Evaluation of the Nordland Group overburden as an effective seal for the Sleipner CO₂ storage site (offshore Norway) using analytical and stochastic modelling techniques
- David Lee: Genesis of fault hosted carbonate fracture cements in a naturally high CO₂ province, South Viking Graben, UK North Sea
- Jennifer Roberts: Natural CO₂ Fluids in Italy: Implications for the leakage of geologically stored CO₂