Invitations are open to tender for Energy Institute project T2203 Microbiological impact studies relating to the feasibility assessment of Hydrogen and CO2 Subsurface Storage. This project aims to produce a guidance document for industry explaining the potential microbiological interactions and operational risk related considerations during hydrogen and CO2 subsurface storage.
The focus of this particular tender is to produce a guidance note for end users to understand microbiology interactions in the subsurface and factor these understandings into project feasibility reviews.
The deliverable would thus enable non-specialists to identify, and risk assess project sites / locations that add value to the operation, avoid or as a minimum understand the microbiological impacts (through surveillance) with the overall aim to provide a degree of management and mitigation controls.
If you wish to bid for this project, please submit your proposal to Victoria James, Senior Technical Officer Energy Institute, by 3rd February 2023.