GeoCquest believes strongly in collaboration and that greater advances towards low emissions technologies can be achieved through working with partners from Industry, Research Institutes and Government.

GeoCquest at its core is a consortium of three universities — University of Cambridge, University of Melbourne and Stanford University. The project aims to be a fully integrated collaboration between the three institutions that brings together a team of geologists, geochemists, geomodellers and reservoir engineers.collaboration

The project is sponsored by BHP who have been investing in CCS research since 1999, first through its participation in the GEODISC project and then through CO2CRC. BHP has supported GeoCquest research since 2017.

CO2CRC Ltd is a close associate of the GeoCquest project. They have provided detailed data (core, lab and field-scale) from their Otway site that forms an essential part of GeoCquest modelling.