Canadian Discovery Announces CCUS Webinar Series

Canadian Discovery Will host a CCUS Webinar Series about understanding the knowledge and innovation occurring in Carbon Capture. The information will include Utilization and Storage (CCUS). 

About Canadian Discovery and the launched webinars 

This is an independent, global energy information services company. It is a company based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Also, they are the world’s leader in the reservoir- to basin-scale evaluation. Also, they are specialists in assessing subsurface properties, pressure, fluid flow, fluid chemistry, and geomechanics.

Their knowledge includes GIS capabilities to support Clean Technologies, including Carbon Sequestration and Storage (CCUS). Also, Critical Minerals, Geothermal Energy and Water Disposal, and Sourcing Solutions. 

Canadian Discovery recently completed the Southern U.S. Carbon AXIOM—an online tool to screen CO2 sequestering opportunities. They intend to invite speakers from across North America. The goal is for them to talk on a broad range of CCUS-related subjects. 

There are some main topics the webinar will cover, such as geotechnical workflows, emerging technologies, evolving government regulations, monitoring practices and methodologies, carbon credits, risks, research gaps, opportunities, and priorities in CCUS.

You also might want to read “The manufacturing industry is experiencing a fast sustainability transformation.” 

It is imperative to reduce CO2 emissions to accomplish the targets in the “Paris Agreement.” According to our understanding of the workflows and the deployment of technologies that must be accelerated. 

The goal of CDL is to encourage engagement, enhance communication and increase our collective knowledge across industries. Other essential aspects are the research communities and investors to maximize their joint efforts and develop synergies toward clean energy solutions for instance.

The first webinar was launched on May 11, 2022, at 9:30 MST. All of the webinar records will be live. It is available for all of those who miss it for later viewing on CDL’s website. Just click here. 

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