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A MUltiple Space and Time scale approach for the quAntification of deep saliNe formations for CO2 storaGe

Participant 9–LIAG– Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics
Country Germany
Web site www.liag-hannover.de
Person in charge Dr. Manfred W. Wuttke (manfred.wuttke@liag-hannover.de)
Brief description of the organisation The LIAG is an independent, non-academic research institute that uses geophysical methods to solve geoscientific questions. The focus of our work is exploring structures and processes in the subsurface, and the development of methods and techniques required in geophysics, geohydraulics, geothermics, and geochronology.

Role in the MUSTANG project

LIAG will perform numerical experiments to assess the suitability for CO2-sequestration of fractured sedimentary rocks of low permeability by applying the standard tools developed in the MUSTANG project.

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