Research & Initiatives

Our research spans from methane gas seepage, carbon capture and storage, energy storage, geothermal energy, and medical geology. We collaborate and confer with organizations such as the UNECE and individual researchers to grow our understanding of the intersections between geoscience, the environment, and society. We are also involved in a number of research projects, student competitions, and other initiatives which contribute to the body of knowledge on these dynamic relationships. More information about our research may be found in the research descriptions. 

Gas Seepage Project

Carbon Capture and Storage

Energy Storage in Salt Caverns

EAGE Minus CO2 Challenge

Geothermal Energy Research

Multiple Sclerosis and Geology in Nova Scotia 

KAUST Research Conference 

EAGE Short Course