Research & Technology Transfer

Through research and technology transfer events and programs, STORE is promoting a better understanding of CO2 sequestration science and engineering technology. Effective transfer of knowledge and technology to the workforce will yield reduced costs, improved industry efficiency, increased CO2 storage, accelerated implementation of CO2 projects and enhanced environmental compliance for the nascent CCS industry.  Our approach is multi-faceted and includes field trips, conferences, publications and presentations. Contact us if you are interested in learning more about our research and technology transfer activities.

 

Participants in the IEA Greenhouse Gas Monitoring Network annual conference in Natchez, Mississippi attended a field trip to the Cranfield Sequestration Project Site on May 8, 2010, organized by STORE.

Participants in the IEA Greenhouse Gas Monitoring Network annual conference in Natchez, Mississippi attended a field trip to the Cranfield Sequestration Project Site on May 8, 2010, organized by STORE.