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M4ShaleGas: Measuring, monitoring, mitigating managing the environmental impact of shale gas

Desde 2015-06-01 hasta 2017-11-30, proyecto en curso

Detalles del proyecto

Coste total:

EUR 2 999 648,75

Aportación de la UE:

EUR 2 999 647,50

Coordinado en:

Netherlands

Convocatoria de propuestas:

H2020-LCE-2014-1See other projects for this call

Régimen de financiación:

RIA - Research and Innovation action

Objetivo

Deliverables

  • Concentration baselines and raw shale gas compositions

    Report on methodologies for establishing concentration baselines and raw gas compositions in Europe. Aim: Public dissemination of methodologies and optimum approaches for establishing air quality baselines in Europe. Scope: The review will provide guidelines to establish air quality baselines in Europe, and thereby helps to quantify atmospheric emissions resulting from shale gas operations in Europe.

  • Sustainable alternatives for wastewater management

    Report on knowledge gaps related to wastewater management and analysis of emerging techniques and sustainable alternatives with the applicability in Europe. Aim: Public dissemination of identified knowledge gaps regarding sustainable wastewater management for shale gas operations in Europe. Scope: The inventory of knowledge gaps is used as a basis for outlining optimum wastewater management approaches in Europe that can be used to minimize the impact of shale gas operations on water resources.

  • Handling fracking fluids and backflows for shale gas

    Report with knowledge gaps that exist specifically for handling fracking fluids and backflows at the drill site and in storage pools, ratings of organic content and inorganic substances, and content of radioactive components. Aim: Public dissemination of identified knowledge gaps regarding risk assessment studies for water quality around drill sites. Scope: The inventory of knowledge gaps is used as a basis for different risk assessment studies focusing on the impact of shale gas operations on water quality around drill sites.

  • Monitoring and mitigating emissions to air

    Final report synthesising all activities in WP14. Aim: Public dissemination of all results from M4ShaleGas research on emissions to atmosphere during shale gas operations. Scope: Integration of reviews and research on emissions to atmosphere provides the scientific basis for the recommendations to minimise impacts and mitigate risks and footprint of shale gas emissions in Europe.

  • Improving well integrity in European shale gas wells

    "Report on ""Improving well integrity in European shale gas wells"". Aim: Public dissemination of research on well integrity of shale gas wells, specifically for Europe. Scope: In depth knowledge on the integrity of wells during shale gas operations is key to determining optimum boundary conditions for safe operations in Europe."

  • Minutes of the 2nd General Assembly

    Project meetings: minutes of the 2nd General Assembly

  • Review of impact of hydraulic fracturing

    Report with state of the art review of hydraulic fracturing with clearly identified gaps in knowledge and with recommendations for experimental and numerical modelling work. Aim: Inventory with best practices of shale gas hydraulic fracturing from US & Canada. Scope: The inventory will demonstrate potential knowledge gaps on shale gas hydraulic fracturing when applied to Europe, thereby helping to tailor and optimize experimental and modelling work.

  • Review of induced seismicity for global shale gas operations

    Report with state of the art review of induced seismicity related to global shale gas operations with clearly identified gaps in knowledge. Aim: Review on impacts and risks of shale gas induced seismicity and inventory with best practice operations from U.S.A. and Canada. Scope: The inventory will demonstrate potential knowledge gaps related to the occurrence, impacts and risks of shale gas induced seismicity, specifically for Europe.

  • Integrated review of public perceptions of shale gas impacts

    Report with integrated review of public perceptions on environmental impacts of shale gas exploitation based on WP17-WP19 reviews. Aim: Public dissemination of integrated review of public perceptions on environmental impacts. Scope: The review will demonstrate potential knowledge gaps related to public perceptions on environmental impacts of shale gas exploitation in general, and specifically for Europe.

  • Mitigating impacts of infrastructure and transport on habitat

    Report on impacts on habitat and potential mitigation strategies. Aim: Public dissemination of research on habitat impacts and mitigation strategies to minimize habitat impacts from well site infrastructure and transport. Scope: The research assesses habitat impacts from well site infrastructure and transport, thereby helping to establish boundary conditions to minimize impacts on habitats in Europe.

  • Review of monitoring well leakage in U.S.A. and Canada

    Report with review of monitoring and existing best practices for monitoring well leakage in U.S.A. and Canada. Aim: Public dissemination of scientific recommendations on monitoring well leakage during shale gas operations. Scope: Integration of reviews (mainly U.S.A. and Canada) and research into scientific recommendations on seismic monitoring provides guidelines for different stakeholders in shale gas activities that aid discussions on, and technical criteria for licenses to operate.

  • Review of European soil and water monitoring systems for shale gas and best practices from U.S.A. and Canada

    Report with review of European soil and water monitoring systems and applicability of best practices from U.S.A. and Canada. Aim: Public dissemination of review of European soil and water monitoring systems and inventory with best practices of soil and water monitoring during shale gas operations from U.S.A. and Canada. Scope: The inventory will outline best practices and latest developments in soil and water monitoring during shale gas operations, thereby helping to identify potential knowledge gaps and potential developments for operations in Europe.

  • Review of the composition operational fluids and flowback water

    Report with state of the art review of geochemical composition of operational fluids and flowback water in U.S.A., Canada and Europe with clearly identified gaps in knowledge. Aim: Public dissemination of review of geochemical composition of operational fluids and flowback water in U.S.A., Canada and Europe. Scope: The inventory will outline geochemical composition of operational fluids relevant to shale gas operations and best practices in dealing with expected flow back water compositions, thereby helping to identify potential knowledge gaps and potential developments for operations in Europe.

  • Spills and leaks from normal shale gas well pad operations

    Report on probability of spills/leaks from normal well pad operation based on experience of comparator activities with assessment of mitigation strategies. Aim: Public dissemination of research on the probability of spills/leaks from normal well pad operations and mitigation measures. Scope: The research uses knowledge from comparator activities to assess probability of spills/leaks from well pad operations, thereby helping to establish boundary conditions to minimize impacts from well pad operations in Europe.

  • Inventory of quantified surface risks and impact of shale gas operations

    Report with scientific recommendations for minimizing the environmental footprint of shale gas exploration and exploitation in Europe inventory of quantified surface risks and impact of shale gas operations. Aim: Public dissemination of the inventory of quantified risks and impacts of shale gas exploration and exploitation on atmospheric emissions and CO2 footprint. Scope: The inventory allows comparison of quantified risks and impacts on atmospheric emissions and CO2 footprint from different activities for shale gas exploration and exploitation, specifically for Europe, and aids in assessing their relative importance.

  • Review public perceptions and attitudes shale gas in U.S.A.

    Report with review of current evidence about public perceptions and attitudes toward shale gas in North America. Aim: Public dissemination of review of public perceptions and attitudes towards shale gas in North America. Scope: The inventory will use North American experience to establish approaches with public perceptions and attitudes toward shale gas for Europe.

  • Shale drilling, completion and production

    Final report with integrated results from all research activities. Aim: Public dissemination of all results from M4ShaleGas research on shale gas drilling, completion and production operations. Scope: Integration of reviews and research on shale gas drilling, completion and production operations provides the scientific basis for the recommendations to minimise and mitigate impacts of these operations in Europe.

  • List of stakeholders in monitoring groundwater and soils

    Documentation (including list) of stakeholders in monitoring surface, groundwater and soils. Aim: Public dissemination of inventory of stakeholders dealing with monitoring surface, groundwater and soils. Scope: The inventory will outline different stakeholders in monitoring surface, groundwater and soils in Europe that forms the basis for stakeholder surveys on optimum approaches to monitoring the impact of shale gas operations.

  • Subsurface risks and impact of shale gas operations

    Report with inventory of quantified subsurface risks and impact of shale gas operations. Aim: Public dissemination of the inventory of quantified subsurface risks and impacts of shale gas operations. Scope: The inventory allows comparison of quantified risks and impacts from different subsurface activities for shale gas exploration and exploitation, specifically for Europe, and aids in assessing their relative importance.

  • Stakeholder views on monitoring groundwater and soils

    Publication with results of stakeholders survey, confirmed areas of interest, types of data and availability, views on monitoring surface, groundwater and soils. Aim: Public dissemination of survey of stakeholders approaches to monitoring surface, groundwater and soils. Scope: The inventory will demonstrate existing stakeholder approaches and potential knowledge gaps on monitoring surface, groundwater and soils in Europe, thereby helping to properly outline optimum approaches to monitoring the environmental impact of shale gas operations.

  • Prerequisites for a social license to operate shale gas

    Report on future research needs for better understanding: “demands on and expectations for a business enterprise that emerge from neighborhoods, environmental groups, community members, and other demands of the surrounding civil society;” thus contributing to the broader debate about the prerequisites for a “social license to operate” for the (shale) gas industry. Aim: Public dissemination of an inventory of research needs on public perceptions and attitudes. Scope: The inventory serves as a basis for focussing future research on public perceptions, and thereby contributes to establish the prerequisites for a “social license to operate” for the (shale) gas industry.

  • Review of impact of well site infrastructure and transport

    Report with review of impact of well site infrastructure and transport. Aim: Public dissemination of review of impact of well site infrastructure and transport from U.S.A. and Canada. Scope: The review will demonstrate potential knowledge gaps on the impact of well site infrastructure and transport, thereby helping to identify potential knowledge gaps for shale gas operations in Europe.

  • Review of seismic monitoring networks for shale gas

    Report with review of seismic monitoring network design, waveform processing procedures, and existing best practices in use in U.S.A. and Canada or in other application domains. Aim: Inventory with best practices of seismic monitoring during shale gas operations from U.S.A. and Canada. Scope: The inventory will outline best practices and latest developments in seismic monitoring during shale gas operations from U.S.A and Canada, thereby helping to identify potential knowledge gaps and potential developments for operations in Europe.

  • Review of data on groundwater and surface water pollution

    Report with review of the data and experience from Europe, U.S.A. and Canada with respect to identified groundwater contamination and pollution of surface waters. Aim: Public dissemination of review of groundwater contamination and pollution of surface waters related to (shale) gas operations from Europe, U.S.A. Canada. Scope: The inventory will outline best practices and latest developments in assessment and managing groundwater and surface water contamination, thereby helping to identify potential knowledge gaps and potential developments for operations in Europe.

  • Shale gas public perceptions, issues, policies U.S.A. and EU

    Report on understanding of public perceptions of shale gas and fracking in North America, potential methodological and conceptual issues in Europe, and interim policy lessons. Aim: Public dissemination of all results from M4ShaleGas research on public perceptions of shale gas in North America. Scope: Integration of reviews and research on public perceptions in North America provides the scientific basis for the recommendations on future communication strategies and dialogue on shale gas in Europe based on the North American experience.

  • Review of lessons learned on public perceptions

    Report with review of lessons learned on public perceptions and engagement from other large-scale technologies. Aim: Public dissemination of review of public perceptions and engagement from other large-scale technologies. Scope: The review will use lesson learned from other large-scale technologies to establish approaches with shale gas public perceptions and engagement for Europe.

  • Minutes of the 1st General Assembly

    Project meetings: minutes of the 1st General Assembly

  • Integrated review of best practices of subsurface operations in U.S.A. and Canada

    Report with integrated review of data and existing best practices of subsurface operations in U.S.A. and Canada. Aim: Public dissemination of integrated review of impacts and risks related to subsurface shale gas operations with best practice operations from U.S.A. and Canada. Scope: The inventory will demonstrate potential knowledge gaps related to impacts and risks of subsurface shale gas operations, specifically when applied to Europe.

  • Review on carbon footprint of shale gas operations

    Model tool to calculate carbon footprint from shale gas and other fossil fuels. Aim: Public dissemination of research on the carbon footprint of shale gas exploitation. Scope: The research will demonstrate potential knowledge gaps related to the carbon footprint of shale gas exploitation, and thereby steers research to better estimate this footprint.

  • Geochemical species to monitor in a shale exploitation context

    Review of geochemical species to monitor in a shale exploitation context. Aim: External Report on geochemical species that must be followed during shale exploitation. Scope: Put in evidence that a lot of geochemical species could be followed during shale exploitation but only a part of them have good interest to be followed, based on their specific geochemical properties which will be explained in details.

  • Review of regulatory frameworks legal acts and existing best practices from Europe and worldwide for drilling materials and generated wastes relevant to shale gas operations

    Public dissemination of report with review of regulatory frameworks legal acts and existing best practices from Europe and worldwide for drilling materials and generated wastes relevant to shale gas operations. Aim: Review of regulatory frameworks legal acts and existing best practices for managing drilling materials and generated wastes from shale gas operations in Europe, U.S.A. and Canada. Scope: The inventory will outline best practices and latest developments in managing drilling materials and generated wastes from shale gas operations, thereby helping to identify potential knowledge gaps and potential developments for operations in Europe.

  • Minutes of the kick-off meeting

    Project meetings: minutes of the kick-off meeting

  • Experimental study of fault reactivation controls in shales

    Report on experimental study of controls on fault reactivation. Aim: Public dissemination of experimental results on fault reactivation. Scope: Better controls on fault reactivation in European shales are important to better constrain critical conditions for induced seismicity.

  • Project Master Plan

    The Project Master Plan describes the governance structure and all management and dissemination procedures of the M4ShaleGas project. It also contains an implementation plan for the work packages and tasks.

  • Review of emissions to air from shale gas operations

    Report with state of the art review of emissions to air from shale gas exploration and exploitation including existing best practices from U.S.A. and Canada with clearly identified gaps in knowledge. Aim: Public dissemination of review of emissions to air resulting from shale gas operations with best practice operations from U.S.A. and Canada. Scope: The review will demonstrate potential knowledge gaps related to impacts and risks of shale gas operations to air emissions in Europe.

  • Model predictions of fracture disturbed zone

    Peer reviewed paper on predictions of fracture disturbed zone by hydraulic fracturing models. Aim: Public dissemination and external peer review of results on modelling the fracture disturbed zone. Scope: Experimentally validated models of the fracture disturbed zone for European shales provide better constraints on subsurface perturbation due to hydraulic fracturing.

  • Website M4ShaleGas

    M4ShaleGas website (3-monthly updates). Aim: Flexible and dynamic dissemination platform for all results from M4ShaleGas research. Scope: The M4ShaleGas website will serve as an dynamic information platform that provides a knowledge base on the environmental impact of shale gas exploitation in Europe and stimulates discussions between different stakeholders in shale gas activities.

  • Review of shale gas drilling, completion and production

    Report with review of shale gas drilling, completion and production operations. Aim: Inventory with best practices of shale gas shale gas drilling, completion and production operations from U.S.A. and Canada. Scope: The inventory will demonstrate potential knowledge gaps on shale gas shale gas drilling, completion and production operations, and will specify issues for application of best practices in Europe.

  • Methods and materials for shale gas operations

    Report on emerging methods and materials for shale gas operations. Aim: Public dissemination of research on emerging methods and materials for shale gas drilling, completion and production operations, specifically for Europe. Scope: Innovative methods and materials can reduce the impact and risks of shale gas drilling, completion and production operations.

  • Physicochemical parameters to assess harmfulness of flow back water and wastes relevant to shale gas operations

    Report on physicochemical parameters to assess harmfulness of flow back water and wastes relevant to shale gas operations. Aim: Public dissemination of research on physicochemical parameters relevant to determining harmfulness of flow back waste types from shale gas operations in Europe. Scope: The research contributes to establishing optimum flow back waste management approaches in Europe that can be used to minimize the impact of shale gas operations on water resources and soils.

  • Flow back water analysis of shales from 3 European locations

    Report providing analytical results from laboratory autoclave systems under in-situ conditions using selected gas shales from 3 different European locations and flow back water analysis. Aim: Public dissemination of experimental analysis of flow back water compositions for European gas shales. Scope: The research contributes to optimum flow back water management by providing bounds on potential flow back water compositions for gas shales in Europe, thereby helping to minimize the impact of shale gas operations on water resources and soils.

  • Shale gas seismic monitoring and data processing

    Report with concepts applicable to optimum seismic reservoir monitoring network design and data evaluation procedures for high-resolution near real-time microseismic monitoring of shale gas exploitation. Aim: Public dissemination of research on optimum seismic monitoring and data evaluation procedures during shale gas exploitation. Scope: Detailed knowledge and optimum procedure for seismic monitoring are the most important means of “imaging” subsurface perturbations due to shale gas operations.

  • Integrated review of best practices of surface operations

    Report with integrated review of data and existing best practices of surface operations from U.S.A. and Canada and Europe. Aim: Public dissemination of integrated review of impacts and risks of shale gas operations on surface with best practices from U.S.A. and Canada and application to Europe. Scope: The inventory will demonstrate potential knowledge gaps related to surface impacts and risks of shale gas operations, specifically when applied to Europe.

  • Integrated review of emissions to air and CO2 footprint

    Report with integrated review of emissions to air and CO2 footprint from shale gas exploration and exploitation including existing best practices from U.S.A. and Canada. Aim: Public dissemination of integrated review of emissions to air and CO2 footprint from shale gas operations with best practices from U.S.A. and Canada and application to Europe. Scope: The inventory will demonstrate potential knowledge gaps related to air emissions and CO2 footprint from shale gas shale gas operations in Europe.

  • Integrated review of data and best practices in U.S.A. and Canada

    Report with integrated review of data and existing best practices from U.S.A. and Canada. Aim: Public dissemination of integrated review of all impacts, risks and footprints as well as best practice approaches from U.S.A. and Canada. Scope: The review will demonstrate the relative importance of potential knowledge gaps related to the environmental impacts of shale gas exploitation in general, and specifically for Europe.

  • Final report perceptions, attitudes, communications in EU

    Report on the public perceptions of shale gas in various EU Member States, public attitudes and communication strategies developed around shale gas investments. Aim: Public dissemination of all results from M4ShaleGas research on public perceptions of shale gas in EU Member States. Scope: Integration of reviews and research on public perceptions provides a scientific knowledge base on public perceptions on shale gas and prerequisites for a “social license to operate” in Europe.

  • Key controlling factors for shale gas induced seismicity

    Peer reviewed paper on key controlling factors, site specific conditions, and mechanisms leading to induced seismicity for shale gas operations. Aim: Public dissemination and external peer review of research on factors, conditions and mechanisms leading to induced seismicity for shale gas operations. Scope: In depth understanding of shale gas induced seismicity is important to improve predictions and mitigation measures, relevant to Europe.

  • Review of public perceptions and attitudes in relation to shale gas in Europe

    Report with review of current evidence about public perceptions and attitudes toward shale gas in Europe. Aim: Public dissemination of review of public perceptions and attitudes toward shale gas in Europe. Scope: The review will demonstrate potential knowledge gaps related to public perceptions and attitudes toward shale gas in Europe.

  • Seepage shale gas waste in different geological conditions

    Report on the modelling of seepage of waste in different geological conditions. Aim: Public dissemination of coupled groundwater-surface water hydrological modelling study on waste seepage during shale gas operations. Scope: The modelling provides critical boundary conditions for seepage of waste during shale gas operations, and thereby helps establishing mitigation measures to prevent waste seepage.

  • Review of water management in shale gas activities

    Report with the review of the data and experience from U.S.A., Canada and Europe with respect to water management in shale gas activities. Aim: Public dissemination of review of approaches to water management related to shale gas operations in Europe, U.S.A. and Canada. Scope: The inventory will outline best practices and latest developments in water management, thereby helping to identify potential knowledge gaps and potential developments for operations in Europe.

  • Minimizing pollution risks from drilling and production

    Publication with scenarios for minimizing pollution risks from drilling and production of fracking wells. Aim: Public dissemination of research on establishing scenarios with minimum pollution risks from drilling, fracking and production for shale gas exploitation. Scope: Research to scenarios with minimum pollution risks from shale gas operation provides boundary conditions for shale gas operations with low impact on water quality.

  • Model tool carbon footprint from shale gas and other fuels

    Model tool to calculate carbon footprint from shale gas and other fossil fuels. Aim: Software tool to calculate carbon footprint from shale gas compared to other fossil fuels. Scope: With the software tool the carbon footprint of different fossil fuels can be compared, thereby helping to assess the potential effect of large scale shale gas exploitation in Europe on the global climate.

Publications

  • Modelling of fault reactivation and fault slip in producing gas fields using a slip-weakening friction law
    Author(s): B.B.T. Wassing, L. Buijze, B. Orlic
    Published in: Proceedings of the 50th US Rock Mechanics / Geomechanics Symposium, issue ARMA 16-658, 2016. Page(s) 1-11. 
  • Distribution and properties of faults and fractures in shales: Permeability model and implications for optimum flow stimulation by hydraulic fracturing
    Author(s): J. ter Heege
    Published in: Proceedings of the 50th US Rock Mechanics / Geomechanics Symposium, issue ARMA 16-363, 2016. Page(s) 1-11. 
  • The M4ShaleGas project: Measuring, Monitoring, Mitigating and Managing the environmental impact of shale gas
    Author(s): J. ter Heege
    Published in: GEO ENeRGY Newsletter, issue 35, 2017. Page(s) 3. 
  • From shale to surface: best practice for microseismic reservoir monitoring
    Author(s): M. Bohnhoff, P.E. Malin, J. ter Heege, M. Segou
    Published in: American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Bulletin (special issue on induced seismicity), issue Submitted for review, 2016. 

Coordinador

NEDERLANDSE ORGANISATIE VOOR TOEGEPAST NATUURWETENSCHAPPELIJK ONDERZOEK TNO
Netherlands

Aportación de la UE: EUR 689 958


ANNA VAN BUERENPLEIN 1
2595 DEN HAAG
Netherlands
Activity type: Other

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Participantes

INSTYTUT NAFTY I GAZU
Poland

Aportación de la UE: EUR 300 000


UL. LUBICZ 25A
31503 KRAKOW
Poland
Activity type: Research Organisations

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Laboratorio Nacional de Energia e Geologia I.P.
Portugal

Aportación de la UE: EUR 250 000


Rua da Amieira
4466901 S.Mamede de infesta
Portugal
Activity type: Research Organisations

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THE UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK
United Kingdom

Aportación de la UE: EUR 55 023,75


Kirby Corner Road - University House
CV4 8UW COVENTRY
United Kingdom
Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments

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UNIWERSYTET IM. ADAMA MICKIEWICZA W POZNANIU
Poland

Aportación de la UE: EUR 36 250


ul. Henryka Wieniawskiego 1
61712 POZNAN
Poland
Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments

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NATURAL ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH COUNCIL
United Kingdom

Aportación de la UE: EUR 199 856


Polaris House, North Star Avenue
SN2 1EU SWINDON WILTSHIRE
United Kingdom
Activity type: Research Organisations

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CARDIFF UNIVERSITY
United Kingdom

Aportación de la UE: EUR 74 997,50


NEWPORT ROAD 30-36
CF24ODE CARDIFF
United Kingdom
Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments

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UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM
United Kingdom

Aportación de la UE: EUR 100 000


STOCKTON ROAD THE PALATINE CENTRE
DH1 3LE DURHAM
United Kingdom
Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments

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STICHTING ENERGIEONDERZOEK CENTRUM NEDERLAND
Netherlands

Aportación de la UE: EUR 77 307,50


WESTERDUINWEG 3
1755 PETTEN
Netherlands
Activity type: Research Organisations

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HELMHOLTZ ZENTRUM POTSDAM DEUTSCHESGEOFORSCHUNGSZENTRUM GFZ
Germany

Aportación de la UE: EUR 272 981


TELEGRAFENBERG 17
14473 POTSDAM
Germany
Activity type: Research Organisations

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Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland
Denmark

Aportación de la UE: EUR 159 965


OSTER VOLDGADE 10
1350 KOBENHAVN K
Denmark
Activity type: Research Organisations

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IFP Energies nouvelles
France

Aportación de la UE: EUR 149 963,75


AVENUE DE BOIS PREAU 1 & 4
92500 RUEIL MALMAISON
France
Activity type: Research Organisations

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INSTITUTO GEOLÓGICO Y MINERO DE ESPAÑA
Spain

Aportación de la UE: EUR 159 975


RÍOS ROSAS 23
28003 MADRID
Spain
Activity type: Research Organisations

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KARLSRUHER INSTITUT FUER TECHNOLOGIE
Germany

Aportación de la UE: EUR 56 350


KAISERSTRASSE 12
76131 KARLSRUHE
Germany
Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)

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PANSTWOWY INSTYTUT GEOLOGICZNY - PANSTWOWY INSTYTUT BADAWCZY
Poland

Aportación de la UE: EUR 160 000


Rakowiecka 4
00975 WARSZAWA
Poland
Activity type: Research Organisations

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SINTEF PETROLEUM AS
Norway

Aportación de la UE: EUR 160 020


S P ANDERSENSV 15B
7031 TRONDHEIM
Norway
Activity type: Research Organisations

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CESKA GEOLOGICKA SLUZBA
Czech Republic

Aportación de la UE: EUR 37 000


Klarov 3/131
11821 PRAGUE 1
Czech Republic
Activity type: Research Organisations

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UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
United Kingdom

Aportación de la UE: EUR 60 000


KINGS GATE
00017 NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
United Kingdom
Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments

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