We work at the interface between Geology, Geomechanics, Petrophysics and Geochemistry to solve questions relating to subsurface CO2 storage, geothermal energy, unconventional resources or energy storage. We combine state-of-the-art, advanced and novel laboratory methods with analytical and numerical modelling to amplify the understanding of the opportunities and risks of these technologies to enable an informed discussion with stakeholders in society, government and our peer research community. Full details on the group can be found here.We welcome Ming Wen as new team member, starting a PhD project with Dr. Sabine den Hartog on underground hydrogen storage.Goetz, A.M., Beckie, R.D., Cahill, A.G. Groundwater recharge in a confined paleovalley setting, Northeast British Columbia, Canada. Hydrogeology Journal. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10040-021-02359-3