CCS sites in Denmark – results from a 2D feasibility study expected soon, says PGS

PGS, the global geophysical company that gathers offshore survey data and uses vast cloud compute to image the earth, has announced that the results of a 2D feasibility study launched earlier this year addressing CCS sites in Danish waters should soon be available.

Results will soon be ready from a 2D feasibility study in Danish waters launched earlier this year, to support the ongoing screening and characterization of potential CCS sites.

The study is phase 1 of a regional 2D rejuvenation project in the Danish North Sea to be kicked off in the beginning of 2024.

Ongoing work is focused on offshore sites identified by GEUS (Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland) for maturation. It includes seven seismic sections from three surveys using state of the art 2D processing including pre-processing, tomography and final VTI Kirchhoff PSDM (alternatively PSTM).

PGS says that it aims to demonstrate the uplift achievable by reprocessing the data and to prepare the processing sequence for the larger project planned in 2024. The study is in cooperation with Geus and the industry.

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