NCS2030 – National Centre for Sustainable Subsurface Utilization of the Norwegian Shelf
Climate change, loss of biodiversity, and the possible transition towards a low carbon society trigg
A node for research, innovation and education in artificial intelligence at University of Stavanger
The National IOR Centre provides solutions for improved oil recovery on the Norwegian continental sh
The Subsurface Utilisation and Renewable Energy group (SURE) addresses the latest issues related to
The number of students in petroleum-related topics at universities in Norway has dramatically declin
The role of the Norwegian Continental Shelf in the future energy system depends on the national and
Large amounts of subsurface data are available, but current workflows and programs for subsurface un
The amount of water injected, produced and discharged to sea in aging fields on the NCS is increasin
Hydrocarbon (HC) production is energy intensive and emits large amounts of CO2.
The main objective of this work package is to improve the reservoir energy production strategy with
The objective of this work package is to develop a holistic petroleum system model and exploration f
University of Stavanger together with NORCE, Institute for Energy Technology (IFE) and University of
The centre includes an expert team of geoscientists, reservoir engineers, modellers, data scientists
The research centre NCS2030 will find solutions that maximize the value creation of energy resources
Save the date for our conference on subsurface utilization for energy transition, 25-26 April 2022.
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