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“Bah, the latest news is not the last.”

Samuel Beckett, The Unnamable.

Folded Skiddaw Slates at the River Caldew SSSI

December News

Dec 31, 2020

In these Covid-ridden times it’s great to be able to get out on the fells for some fieldwork. Natural England, as a member of the Joint Nature Conservation Committee, is currently carrying out a Geological Conservation Review of many of the country’s geological Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI’s). As part of this we are…

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GRL and Durham University areas of active work in geothermal

November News

Nov 3, 2020

As the energy transition becomes progressively more established, many industry geoscientists are considering how the commercial landscape is likely to change in upcoming years, and how the current structural reorganisation from oil and gas to energy companies might impact on the global need for geologists. Characterisation of fracture systems is one of GRL’s core areas…

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Carbon capture, usage and storage is set to be a key element in UK efforts to become carbon neutral

October News

Oct 22, 2020

A decade ago CCUS (carbon capture, usage and storage) had a high profile, even in the mainstream media, and looked poised to be adopted as a key technology in global and national efforts to mitigate the effects of CO2-related climate change. At that time we worked as part of a large consortium (LR Senergy, British…

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