CCS - MV Bluefin 2017 V01 Methane

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CCS - MV Bluefin 2017 V01 Methane

A Contros model Hydro-C CH4 methane analyser was installed in the carbon team’s container and measured seawater from the ship’s auxiliary seawater pump for the duration of the voyage. The instrument had 2-2.5 litres per minute of seawater flowing over the sensor head with the entire housing submerged in seawater. Survey settings: The ... more

Chemical Oceanography Physical Oceanography

14 Dec 2017

19 Dec 2017

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Tilbrook, Bronte; Akl, John; Neill, Craig; Van Ooijen, Erik (2018): CCS - MV Bluefin 2017 V01 Methane. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection.

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Location Details

38°11′24.72″ S

38°19′41.52″ S

147°28′45.12″ E

147°19′42.96″ E


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MV Bluefin 2017 V01

Geoscientific Information

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OrganisationIndividual NamePositionRoleContact Information
CSIRODirk SlawinskiSenior Experimental



20-6-2018 05:31:37

20-6-2018 05:33:51

About this Project

Assessment of MMV methodologies for subsea CCS: seabed and water column monitoring

Project Overview: A range of solutions will be required to reach globally agreed emissions reductions targets for carbon dioxide (CO2). Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is part of the suite of technologies that will contribute to lowering atmospheric emissions of CO2 from Australia's energy system. There are a wide variety of technologies at var... more

Andrew Ross

Methane measurement

The instrument was submerged in a bath of continuously flowing seawater with a flow of 2.5 litres per minute into the sensor head. Readings were recorded once per minute


Contros model Hydro-C CH4 methane analyser

Bronte Tilbrook

John Akl

Craig Neill

Erik Van Ooijen

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