CGG, a French geoscience technology provider, has announced a commercial partnership with C-Questra on CCUS.
The partnership aims to leverage CGG’s experience in CCUS projects and C-Questra’s specialised technology to accelerate carbon storage developments.
With more than 15 years of experience, CGG has supported several CCUS initiatives across the globe.
The company’s industrial know-how and technological resources cover the entire CCUS life cycle, from the transformation of legacy datasets and initial screening of potential storage sites to planning and monitoring CO₂ injection operations.
C-Questra, a Dutch company established in 2023, brings to the table its specialisation in CCUS, from emission sources to sequestration sites.
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The company’s founders and technical team are recognised for their expertise in CO₂ sequestration.
Through this alliance, CGG aims to provide its expertise and technological support to C-Questra, thereby expediting the progress of specific carbon storage projects.
CGG CEO Sophie Zurquiyah said: “Carbon storage is one of the key processes in the energy transition and CGG is continuing to diversify in this area where we bring real know-how and cutting-edge technologies.
“After concluding several projects and agreements in 2023, CGG is looking to accelerate the deployment of its offerings in 2024.”
C-Questra CEO Walid Sinno said: “The purpose of the cooperation agreement is quite simply to go much faster.
“CGG contributes human and technological resources, while C-Questra implements the projects, particularly in France, by leveraging the combined expertise and experience of our technical teams that span almost 100 years.”
According to GlobalData, carbon capture and storage is expected to play a key role in limiting global warming by decarbonising businesses that are difficult to replace, such gas-fired power stations.