New wave technology could ensure green power for carbon storage surveillance

A new type of buoy developed by company Resen Waves is to ensure greener surveillance of Project Greensand’s forthcoming CO2 reservoir in the Nini field.

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Company Resen Waves is currently developing a buoy that, by using wave technology, can ensure that both monitoring and data gathering tied to the forthcoming CO2 deposit in the Nini West Reservoir will be green.

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