Background and activities
Philip Ringrose is Adjunct Professor in CO2 Storage at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and Specialist in Geoscience at the Equinor Research Centre in Trondheim, Norway.
He has BSc and PhD degrees in geology from Universities of Edinburgh and Strathclyde, Scotland, UK. He has published widely on reservoir geoscience and flow in rock media, and has recently published a textbook on Reservoir Model Design together with Mark Bentley. He is Chief Editor for the journal Petroleum Geoscience and was elected as the 2014-2015 President of the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE). In 2018 he was appointed as Honorary Professor (Sustainable Geoenergy) at the University of Edinburgh, School of Geosciences, Edinburgh, UK.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2021) Noble gas tracers in gas streams at Norwegian CO2 capture plants. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. vol. 106.
- (2021) Significance of fault seal in assessing CO2 storage capacity and containment risks–an example from the Horda Platform, northern North Sea. Petroleum Geoscience. vol. 27 (3).
- (2019) CO2 Data Share: A Platform for Sharing CO2 Storage Reference Datasets from Demonstration Projects. Social Science Research Network (SSRN).
- (2019) Enabling Large-Scale Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Storage (CCUS) Using Offshore Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Infrastructure Developments - A Review. Energies. vol. 12 (10).
- (2019) Gas flow through shallow sediments - A case study using passive and active seismic field data. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. vol. 87.
- (2019) Assessment of mudstone compaction in exploration wells in the Rovuma Basin, offshore Mozambique. Heliyon. vol. 5 (10).
- (2019) Maturing global CO2 storage resources on offshore continental margins to achieve 2DS emissions reductions. Scientific Reports. vol. 9 (1).
- (2019) History matching and pressure analysis with stress-dependent permeability using the In Salah CO2 storage case study. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. vol. 91.
- (2019) Geoscience and decarbonization: current status and future directions. Petroleum Geoscience. vol. 25 (4).
- (2018) Future directions in reservoir modelling: new tools and ‘fit-for-purpose’ workflows. Petroleum Geology Conference Proceedings. vol. 8 (1).
- (2018) The CCS hub in Norway: some insights from 22 years of saline aquifer storage. Energy Procedia. vol. 146.
- (2018) Developing Optimised and Cost-Effective Solutions for Monitoring CO2 Injection from Subsea Wells. Social Science Research Network (SSRN).
- (2018) Mission Innovation task force reports on enabling Gigatonne-scale CO2 storage. First Break. vol. 36 (7).
- (2018) Detecting multiscale karst features including hidden caves using microgravimetry in a Caledonian nappe setting: Mefjell massif, Norway. Norwegian Journal of Geology. vol. 98 (3).
- (2017) Determination of the fracture pressure from CO2 injection time-series datasets. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. vol. 61.
- (2017) Principles of sustainability and physics as a basis for the low-carbon energy transition. Petroleum Geoscience. vol. 23 (3).
- (2017) Building confidence in CO2 storage using reference datasets from demonstration projects. Energy Procedia. vol. 114.
- (2015) Strain localization in sandstone and its implications for CO2 storage. First Break. vol. 33 (7).
- (2015) Recent Advances in Risk Assessment and Risk Management of Geologic CO2 Storage. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. vol. 40.
- (2014) Improving oil recovery and enabling CCS: a comparison of offshore gas-recycling in Europe to CCUS in North America. Energy Procedia. vol. 63.