In this episode of the "World We Want" podcast, Márcia Balisciano interviews Filip Neele, Lead Scientist at TNO in Utrecht, the Netherlands. They discuss carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology as a “key” in energy transition and its role in supporting global sustainability.
Filip Neele is the lead scientist on carbon dioxide (CO2) transport and storage at TNO, Utrecht’s subsurface team. He has a PhD in Seismology and has been working towards CCS technologies since 2006. His work focuses on the establishment and leadership of CCS networks, as well as regional screening studies for CO2 storage capacity and detailed storage feasibility assessments. He is particularly interested in the evolution of CCS networks, the role of ship transport, and multi-asset storage networks. Dr. Philip is currently working on efficient and effective methods for monitoring operational CO2 projects.