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News Artikel

January 2024

In the region surrounding Grijpskerk (the Netherlands), various underground operations are performed in a relatively confined space. In addition to gas and salt production from closely spaced reservoirs, seasonal gas storage is conducted in a depleted reservoir. As a result of the underground activities and related deformation processes, ground uplift,  subsidence and induced earthquakes have been observed. To better understand the cumulative effects of the underground activities in the Grijpskerk area and their effects above ground, the new research project KEM-48⬈ was launched. For this research project, Q-con is partnering with Crux Engineering, Cohere Consult, and TU Delft.

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