Data Management Services for CCUS

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CCUS & Katalyst Data Management

Katalyst Data Management is the leading technology provider for managing data across the lifetime of carbon storage projectsWe currently manage, store, and deliver the data required to evaluate and monitor reservoirs for carbon storage. 


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How Can We Lower your Carbon Footprint?

Like our clients, KDM looks for data driven solutions that follow industry guidelines and standards. The energy industry is rapidly moving toward geologic carbon storage, and KDM provides thought leadership and execution of end-to-end workflows for managing the large volumes of data generated by continuous monitoring of CO2 plumes in the subsurface.

Distribution and status of CCUS projects displayed in iGlass with location of KDM digital transformation offices.

Our Clients & Low Carbon

If you are an energy industry organization, you are already seeing a growth in data volumes from supporting low-carbon and decarbonization projects. With our global footprint and subject matter expertise around digital data transformation, Katalyst is ideally positioned to be your trusted advisor as you develop best practices for managing that data.

Understanding how KDM expertise relates to low-carbon projects, and why we focus on carbon storge, geothermal, and hydrogen.

The way in which you make data to support low-carbon initiatives Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable will have a measurable return on investment.
If you can reduce the amount of time that your geotechnical team members spend searching or waiting for data from months to weeks, weeks to days, or days to minutes, you can demonstrate a positive return on your investment in data management in as little as 6 months. Katalyst has experience building that business case for you.

Are you worried about the large volume of data that is going to be generated by fiber optic sensing on your next geothermal, CO2 injection, or hydrogen exploration well? With the ability to serve as a densely sampled downhole acoustic array or a continuous passive seismic recorder, and capacity to switch on demand to recording temperature or strain data, fiber optics has the potential to generate as much as 10 terabytes of digital data per day, per well, per fiber:

Potential growth of distributed acoustic sensor data from a carbon storage project, approaching a petabyte per year from a single well.

Now is the time to talk to Katalyst about industry best practices for transmitting, managing and delivering that data to end users. We offer the industry’s only end-to-end data management solution for large volume Distributed Acoustic Sensor data, supporting real-time, continuous seismic monitoring of geologic carbon capture and storage sites and other subsurface low-carbon solutions.