Geological media are a strategic resource for the forthcoming energy transition and constitute an important ally in the fight to mitigate the adverse effects of climate change. Several energy and environmental processes in the subsurface involve multi-physical interactions between the porous and fractured rock and the fluids filling the voids: changes in pore pressure, temperature, and strain of the solid skeleton are superposed to chemical reactions. This characteristic has profound implications on the production of energy and the storage of waste. Forecasts are bounded to the adequate understanding of field data associated with thermo-hydro-mechano-chemical processes and predictive capabilities heavily rely on the quality of the integration between the input data (laboratory and field evidence) and the mathematical models describing the evolution of the multi-physical system. This session is dedicated to studies covering applications of carbon capture and storage (CCS), geothermal systems, gas storage, energy storage, mining, reservoir management, reservoir stimulation, fluid injection-induced seismicity and radioactive waste storage. Welcomed contributions include approaches based on analytical, numerical, multi-scale, data-driven and artificial intelligence methods as well as studies focused on laboratory characterization and on gathering and interpreting in-situ geological and geophysical evidence of the multi-physical behavior of rocks.
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