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Executive Committee

Director
Scott M. Frailey
SFrailey@Illinois.edu

Associate Director
Steve Whittaker
sgwhit@illinois.edu

Theme Leaders
Charles Werth
Geochemical Reactions
werth@utexas.edu

John Popovics
Geomechanical Measurements

johnpop@illinois.edu

Volker Oye
Microseismicity

volker@norsar.no

Albert Valocchi
Pore-scale Pressure Transmission

valocchi@illinois.edu

Dustin Sweet
Reservoir-scale Geology

dustin.sweet@ttu.edu

USDOE Program Manager
P. Thiyagarajan P.Thiyagarajan@science.doe.gov


<b>Charles Werth Gives Plenary Talk at US DOE Basic Research Needs Workshop</b><br>
The US Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Science, sponsored a basic research needs workshop where scientists representing universities, national research laboratories, and private... <b>Issue 2 of the GSCO2 in Focus is Now Available</b><br>
This issue describes the focus of the Center on mechanical properties of rocks and microseismicity, including the research questions and plans and new researchers. You can find a copy on the... <b>CO<sub>2</sub> Injection-induced Microseismicity Focus</b><br>
Our research focus is on a single overarching research question: What are the mechanisms of injection-induced microseismicity, and can we control and predict its occurrence... <b>Issue 1 of the GSCO2's Newsletter, <i>GSCO2 in Focus</i>, is Now Available</b><br>
This issue highlights research publications and progress, the Center’s 2016 Annual Review Meeting, and the Center’s members and advisors. You can find a copy on the Newsletter page or download... <b>GSCO2 Hosts 2016 Annual Review Meeting of CO<sub>2</sub> Research</b><br>
The Center for Geologic Storage of CO<sub>2</sub> (GSCO2) hosted its annual review meeting in Champaign, IL, on March 30–31...





Charles Werth gives plenary talk at US DOE basic research needs workshop


Charles Werth gives plenary talk at US DOE basic research
needs workshop


The US Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Science, sponsored a basic research needs workshop where scientists representing universities, national research laboratories, and private companies or download a copy by clicking >Full Story


GSCO2 in Focus Newsletter


Issue 2 of the GSCO2 in Focus is now available

This issue describes the focus of the Center on mechanical properties of rocks and microseismicity, including the research questions and plans and new researchers. You can find a copy on the Newsletter page or download a copy by clicking Here


GSCO2 in Focus Newsletter


CO2 Injection-induced Microseismicity Focus

Our research focus is on a single overarching research question: What are the mechanisms of injection-induced microseismicity, and can we control and predict its occurrence?
>Full Story


GSCO2 in Focus Newsletter


Issue 1 of the Center for Geologic Storage of CO2's newsletter, GSCO2 in Focus, is now available

This issue highlights research publications and progress, the Center’s 2016 Annual Review Meeting, and the Center’s members and advisors. You can find a copy on the Newsletter page or download a copy by clicking Here


2016 GSCO2 Annual Review Meeting


Center for Geologic Storage of CO2 hosts 2016 Annual Review Meeting

The Center for Geologic Storage of CO2 (GSCO2) hosted its annual review meeting in Champaign, IL, on March 30–31 >Full Story

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