Description of the data processing flow detection potential and boundary conditions of crosswell seismic techniques

Subsurface monitoring of CO2 being stored in geological formations is not only important for health, safety and environment aspects, but also to verify that the CO2 is stored in the planned rock formations and is behaving as predicted within excepted boundaries. In general, monitoring for CO2 storage is applied for (Winthaegen et al., 2005): Health, safety and environment (HSE) issues, and Reservoir understanding.