Geoscience and data science expertise to support and accelerate the sustainable shift to net-zero.
Driven to a Zero-Carbon Future
CGG helps new energy clients realize more sustainable operations with our diverse expertise, technologies and data integration capabilities. VP of Energy Transition Dave Priestley discusses our unique approach in a series of video interviews outlining our Energy Transition services strategy. Scroll down for more detailed discussions, and be sure to keep checking back for new videos!
Carbon Capture to Meet Net-Zero Targets
Carbon capture and storage will play a critical part in achieving net-zero goals. Estimates place required CO2 storage at six to eight gigatons per year to reach net-zero goals by 2050, an increase from the 40 million tons stored annually today. Geoscience not only enables better selection of storage sites, it also can assist in long-term monitoring of subsurface dynamics as carbon is injected.
Finding Geothermal Potential Around the Globe
Geophysics and geoscience play an important part in the discovery of geothermal potential, and not just in areas with a high geothermal gradient. Using Earth data and geoscience expertise, CGG helps reveal economic feasibility of geothermal projects around the world and in areas where the heat and the permeability within the subsurface may not be so obvious.
Featured Article: How a multidisciplinary, data-driven geoscience approach is required to help achieve the energy transition goals
This recent First Break article from a range of CGG experts explores various multi-disciplinary projects that demonstrate the valuable role geoscience plays in the energy transition.
Increase subsurface certainty, make more-informed decisions, and accelerate site development and sequestration. Our geoscience knowledge is ideal for screening, evaluating and monitoring sub-surface storage, and mitigating risks.