Print Email Facebook Twitter Integrated geomechanical modelling for deep subsurface damage Title Integrated geomechanical modelling for deep subsurface damage Author van Wees, J.D. Orlic, B. Zijl, W. Jongerius, P. Schreppers, G.J. Hendriks, M. Nederlands Instituut voor Toegepaste Geowetenschappen TNO Publication year 2001 Abstract Government, E&P and mining industry increasingly demand fundamental insight and accurate predictions on subsurface and surface deformation and damage due to exploitation of subsurface natural resources, and subsurface storage of energy residues (e.g. CO2). At this moment deformation is difficult to assess and prove, although economical, environmental and societal interests are huge in terms of strain on granting concessions, failure of exploration targets, (potential) damage claims etc. NITG-TNO, the geoscience institute of TNO, and TNO-BOUW, the building and construction institute of TNO have started a close cooperation on this topic. In the next 3 years integrated technological products will be built and applied to case studies. The cooperation builds from leading edge geomechanical expertise from NITG-BOUW, in particular the world-leading geomechanical code DIANA, combined with leading edge expertise in integrated 3D geoscience modelling approaches from NITG-TNO. This paper outlines the project objectives and gives an overview of the current results. Subject Geological Survey NetherlandsGeosciencesEnergy / Geological Survey Netherlands To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:fbc6b2be-a11a-4601-a234-c40c7a7466da TNO identifier 504672 Source 63rd EAGE Conference and Technical Exhibition. Amsterdam Article number Paper P 221 Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.