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#vEGU21: Engage • Discover • Inspire

19-30 April 2021 (all times CEST)

The EGU Conference will take place online and will feature nearly 800 sessions and thousands of abstracts. Access the full programme:

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The organisers have reconfigured the sessions to run using the new virtual PICO (vPICO) format, with each time-block featuring around 20 abstracts. Presentations will be followed by breakout text chats and a simultaneous video chat for further group discussion. The conference can also be followed on Twitter @EuroGeosciences and you can join the conversation using the official hashtag #vEGU21.

HyStorPor at vEGU21

ERE4.1 Secure subsurface storage for future energy systems will be co-chaired by Niklas Heinemann, University of Edinburgh, School of GeoSciences

Site Selection Tool for Hydrogen Storage in Porous Media, Eike Marie Thaysen, Sean McMahon, Gion J. Strobel, Ian B. Butler, Bryne Ngwenya, Niklas Heinemann, Mark Wilkinson, Aliakbar Hassanpouryouzband, Christopher I. McDermott, and Katriona Edlmann   Session ERE4.1: Secure subsurface storage for future energy systems -Tues 27 April, 09:15–09:17

Features, Events and Processes of geological hydrogen storage: Which pose highest risk for leakage? A three-scenario analysis: Depleted Gas Fields, Porous Aquifers and Salt Caverns, Gabriella Elise Fuentes Tobin   Session ERE4.1: Secure subsurface storage for future energy systems -Tues 27 April, 11:02–11:04

Geochemistry of Geological Hydrogen Storage in Sandstone Reservoirs, Aliakbar Hassanpouryouzband, Katriona Edlmann, and Mark Wilkinson   Session ERE4.1: Secure subsurface storage for future energy systems -Tues 27 April, 11:22–11:24

Compositional simulation of hydrogen storage in a depleted gas field,
Jonathan Scafidi, Laurent Schirrer, Isabelle Vervoort, and Niklas Heinemann  Session ERE4.1: Secure subsurface storage for future energy systems -Tues 27 April, 11:24–11:26

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