CGG and C-Questra team up to fast-track carbon capture

CCUS

France– CGG and C-Questra have signed commercial agreement to accelerate the development of carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) projects.

CGG brings to the table over 15 years of experience in CCUS, including advanced data analysis, geological characterization, and monitoring technologies, providing invaluable insights throughout the CCUS lifecycle, from identifying suitable storage sites to monitoring injected CO2. C-Questra boasts a skilled team with proven expertise in CO2 sequestration.

CGG’s primary objective is to provide C-Questra with the expertise and technological firepower needed to expedite the development of critical carbon storage projects, particularly in France.

Long-term

While France serves as the initial battleground, the long-term vision extends far beyond national borders. Both partners, driven by a shared commitment to a sustainable future, aim to replicate this model successfully across the globe. CGG, for instance, sees carbon storage as a key pillar of its diversification strategy, reaffirming its dedication to becoming a frontrunner in the fight against climate change.

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