1st work on HyPSTER started with the installation of the drilling RIG. Salt cavern imaging was carried out to analyse the existing bacterial fauna and eliminate any risk of contamination with the future stored #hydrogen.
Our Technical Director Alan Leadbetter will be presenting at this event👇👇👇 follow the link to register
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HYDROGEN STORAGE IN CAVERNS - WEDS 29 MARCH GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY LONDON
Hydrogen storage in salt cavities is a source of competitive advantage & a huge commercial opportunity as a new industries are developed. Register today for this exciting FREE event: https://bit.ly/HSIC23
[HyPSTER PROJECT - Discover our new deliverable! 💧]
A new deliverable is available! Let's discover the configuration of possible industrial scale caverns! #HyPSTERproject
[#HyPSTERproject 💧] Discover our two open-source scientific articles also available on HyPSTER’s website:
👉 Characteristic features of salt-cavern behavior,
👉 Blowout Prediction on a Salt Cavern Selected for a Hydrogen Storage Pilot.
Happy to meet for the 2nd General Assembly. We had the pleasure of being hosted by @INOVYN_UK in Runcorn. This GA was the opportunity to discuss and have an update of the progress of the work and also to discover the @StorengyUK site.
[HyPSTER PROJECT 💧] Ineris is participating in the International Geomechanics Symposium from 7 to 10 November 2022 in Abu Dhabi.
Dr Hippolyte Djizanne presented the #HyPSTERproject.
Title of the presentation: Mechanical Stability of a Salt Cavern used for Hydrogen Storage.