Box-Size Numerical Modelling of Hydrogen Migration and Trapping: Testing the Geological Setting and Analogies with the Petroleum SystemsGo to: Modelling Hydrogen Migration and Trapping – PHASE 1
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2-Methylhopane - by Paul Farrimond
The IGI user group ran in person over the 20-22 June 2023. This year saw a return to an in person user group, at Hallsannery in the Devon countryside. Read more here...Go to: User Group 2023
Poly-aromatic hydrocarbons encompass thousands of compounds formed by the fusion of two or more benzene rings. In this article we review their use in forensic geochemistry.
Dr Tiago Cunha will be presenting at the Natural Hydrogen meeting - A New Frontier for Energy Geoscience,
With a wealth of experience in data management and consultancy, and experience in contributing to CCS research, IGI are perfectly placed to assist with the new challenges that are brought by this new phase of UK offshore activity.
We have just published our May IGI newsletter, with news about carbon storage data and forensic geochemistry training.
IGI has moved to a new office suite in Bideford, Devon, UK, we are not far from our old premises, and still have lovely rural surroundings.
Laura Milne will be presenting: Migration marker compounds: Are we heading in the right direction? on Tuesday 23rd May 2023 in Oslo.
Dear users, we’re delighted to announce version 2.2 of both p:IGI+ and Metis is now available.Go to: IGI release version 2.2 of p:IGI+ and Metis