Here is a list of projects on which LIAMG’s members work:
- Petrophysical characterization and modeling of reservoir rocks of the Lowlands of the St. Lawrence identified as a target for CO2 sequestration (Lorenzo Perozzi)
- Imaging deep saline aquifers by electromagnetic methods in order to help estimate the potential CO2 storage at a regional scale (Linda_Armelle Nzumotcha_Tchoumkam)
- Modélisation stochastique multi-modale de réservoirs pour la séquestration géologique du CO2 (Maxime Claprood)
- Virtual subsurface mapping of the High Canadian Arctic: Well-constrained seismic interpretation using geostatistics to produce subsurface maps and assess uncertainties associated to those maps. (Mathieu Duchesne)
- Identification of hydrocarbon indicators in the High Canadian Arctic: Provide a better understanding of how hydrocarbons in the subsurface influence the elasticity of geological media and seismic reflection attributes. (Mathieu Duchesne)
- Subsurface imaging of Sabine Peninsula (Melville Island): Reprocessing and reinterpretation of vintage seismic data using modern methods to identify potential hydrocarbon exploration targets. (Mathieu Duchesne)
- S-wave seismic imaging of hydrocarbon indicators: Although fluids have a null shear modulus their presence might influence S-wave response through polarization caused by by-products of fluid migration. (Mathieu Duchesne).