Annual tNavigator Technology Summit

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    Carbon Capture & Storage
    Welcome to the forefront of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) innovation. As a leading expert in Oil and Gas software, we empower your CCS modelling and simulation with unparalleled advantages that re-define industry standards. Explore the future of sustainable energy with tNavigator and experience its numerous benefits.
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    • Functionality Tailored for CCS – Gain deep insights into reservoir dynamics, flow patterns, and potential risk with tNavigator’s advanced physics that take into account the complex mechanisms particular to CCS.
    • Unrivalled Speed – Simulate for hundreds or even thousands of years within practical timeframes, thanks to tNavigator’s unrivalled simulation speeds
    • Coupled Geomechanics Insight – Understand how the increased pore pressure of injection operations will affect your storage formation and predict potential formation damage with tNavigator’s inbuilt implicitly coupled two-way geomechanics solver.
    • Integrated Surface-Subsurface modelling – Uncover the intricate relationship between surface facilities and injectivity with tNavigator’s tightly coupled implicit approach to integrated asset modelling
    • Advanced Post-Processing and Data Visualization – Elevate your analysis with sophisticated post-processing tools that transform simulation results into insightful visualisations.
    • All Encompassing Uncertainty Workflows – Explore the full range of possibilities with tNavigator’s integrated static and dynamic uncertainty workflows
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    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. tNavigator offers two options for modelling geothermal processes. 
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    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.