Our innovative geophysical technology was presented by Dr. Kazbulat Shogenov (Shogenergy) during Annual Geologic Conference in Tallinn

On April 5th, SHOGenergy participated in the yearly April conference celebrating Geologist’s Day, hosted by the Department of Geology at Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech Geology Institute). The conference has a tradition of showcasing the department’s latest technological advancements and research, among other topics. The opening remarks were given by the Department of Geology’s Director at TalTech, Olle Hints, and TalTech’s Rector, Tiit Land.

The event drew over 200 attendees, focusing primarily on the pressing issue of Climate Change and its intersection with the Circular Economy. Dr. Alla Shogenova presented cutting-edge research on CO2 Capture, Utilization, and Geological Storage, emphasizing its potential for the Baltic region.

Dr. Kazbulat Shogenov introduced a new area of expertise through a poster presentation.

This breakthrough technology specializes in underground exploration and resource detection for water, oil, gas, condensate, diamonds, metals, rare earth elements, and critical raw materials. It also covers geothermal energy mapping and the identification of energy storage structures for gases like methane, hydrogen, and carbon dioxide, as well as safety research for storing radioactive waste in basic rocks like granites.

Known as SkyGeoExploreNOVA-NMR (SGEN-NMR) within SHOGenergy company, this technology combines satellite earth surface mapping with laboratory modeling of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) processes.

SHOGenergy, in collaboration with Estbrand (Mihhail Samoilov) and Ukrainian scientists who developed the technology, offers SGEN-NMR as a new service. This method stands out for being cost-effective, quicker, environmentally friendly, not requiring permits or public approval, and notably, the most accurate underground research method available, with an accuracy rate exceeding 90%.