CO2 sequestration
  • Characterization and petrophysical modeling of the reservoir rocks of the St. Lawrence Lowlands identified as a target for CO2 sequestration ( Lorenzo Perozzi )
  • Imaging of deep saline aquifers by electromagnetic methods in order to contribute to the estimation of CO2 storage potential on a regional scale ( Linda_Armelle Nzumotcha_Tchoumkam )
  • Stochastic multi-modal modeling of reservoirs for the geological sequestration of CO2 ( Maxime Claprood )
  • Virtual mapping of the Canadian High Arctic basement: Interpretation of seismic using geostatistics to produce subsurface maps and assess the uncertainties associated with these maps. ( Mathieu Duchesne )
  • Identification of Hydrocarbon Indicators in the Canadian High Arctic: Provide a better understanding of how subsurface hydrocarbons influence the elasticity of geological environments and the attributes of seismic reflections. ( Mathieu Duchesne )
  • Sabine Peninsula Basement Imaging (Melville Island): Reprocessing and Reinterpretation of Old Seismic Data Using Modern Methods to Identify Potential Hydrocarbon Exploration Targets ( Mathieu Duchesne )
  • Seismic Imaging (S-waves) of Hydrocarbon Indicators: Although liquids have zero shear modulus, their presence could influence seismic response (S-waves) through polarization caused by fluid migration ( Mathieu Duchesne ).
  • Multi-scale modeling of conventional reservoirs (Caroline Gardet – IFP)
  • Characterization of the northern part of Montérégie East by geostatistical integration of seismic reflection data, TDEM and drilling ( Martin Blouin )
  •  Multi-scale stochastic reversal of airborne and ground-based TEM data (Fidèle Yrro – ÉPM)
  •  Environmental characterization of the Haldimand Peninsula, Gaspésie (Mélanie Raynauld)
  •  Environmental characterization of the eastern part of the island of Anticosti, Quebec
  • Multi-scale stochastic modeling of hydraulic conductivity constrained by ERT measurements (Paolo Ruggeri – UNIL).