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    Carbon Capture & Storage
    Carbon capture and sequestration studies require a multi-disciplinary team working together to achieve an appropriate reservoir characterisation, petrophysical model, EOS model, geomechanical model and uncertainty quantification of all relevant input.
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     tNavigator’s integrated approach allows teams to collaborate more closely and leverage their individual expertise to achieve a robust understanding and appropriate quantification of the risks involved in CO2 storage projects. 

    • Combine geological and petrophysical data to model the multiple realisations of CO2 structural trapping mechanisms
    • Analyse and create relative permeability curves to account for residual trapping 
    • Wellbore modelling to ensure appropriate deliverability of CO2 into the reservoir
    • Integrate flow assurance from the CO2 source facility with the surface network of the field 
    • Fully coupled geomechanics to accurately model caprock failure, and evaluate risks during CCS location screening process 
    • Integrated uncertainty analysis and risk quantification studies
    • Leverage CPU-GPU parallel architecture to model and simulate large compositional cases
    Plume growth in 3D
    CO2 concentration
    Geothermal energy is a type of renewable energy that comes from the heat derived within the subsurface of the earth. Geothermal energy can be produced and modelled using reservoir engineering principles.
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    tNavigator offers two options for modelling geothermal processes. 

    The first consists of adding temperature options to the conventional Black Oil physics simulator. It allows calculating the heat exchange between the reservoir and its surroundings, temperature variations for saturation table and heat capacity of blocks with zero pore volume.

    The second option is to simulate property changes due to geothermal processes in a compositional and thermal model. In addition to the properties calculated with the Black Oil option, it allows modelling of multi-component water, enthalpy as a function of pressure and temperature, the thermal conductivity of grid blocks and fluids viscosity changes with temperature.