The SHARP project was launched in late 2021 as a collaboration between 16 research institutions and commercial companies in Norway, UK, the Netherlands, Denmark, and India under the ACT3 Programme. The project is interdisciplinary with a strong focus on understanding and reducing the uncertainties related to subsurface CO2 storage containment risk focusing on the geomechanical aspects of CO2 storage.
Stress history and reservoir pressure for improved quantification of CO2 storage containment risks (SHARP Storage)
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