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SIMPA

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10.18141/1503876

SIMPA (Spatially Integrated Multivariate Probabilistic Assessment) is a Python-based fuzzy logic tool designed to help assess the likelihood of fluid and/or gas migration pathways throughout the subsurface. The SIMPA tool helps users develop and apply fuzzy logic to various datasets to construct knowledge-based inferential rules that reduce uncertainty and results in a visual representation depicting the likelihood of potential fluid and/or gas migration pathways. SIMPA results can offers an understanding of the magnitude and extent of natural and anthropogenic subsurface pathways, offering insight to subsurface hazards to improve storage assessments and critical information for improving industry decisions related to the use of various CCS methods and technologies. In addition, SIMPA can offer new insights for areas with little to no data to help inform site selection and production, evaluate potential risks and hazards, and support various decision making and risk management needs.


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Citation Wingo, P., Justman, D., Creason, G., Jones, K., Bauer, J., and Rose, K., SIMPA, 2019-03-29, https://edx.netl.doe.gov/dataset/simpa-tool
Is NETL associated Yes
NETL Point of Contact Jennifer Bauer
NETL Point of Contact's Email Jennifer.Bauer@netl.doe.gov
NETL program or project Carbon Storage FWP task 5