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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 15–18, 2019
Paper Number: CMTC-552516-MS
... Abstract Geological carbon sequestration through injecting large-scale carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) into the deep saline aquifers represents a long-term storage of CO 2 . In the CO 2 sequestration process, the injected CO 2 is displacing water from the injection point and is expected to remain...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 15–18, 2019
Paper Number: CMTC-553897-MS
... Abstract Deep saline aquifer is deemed as an effective and promising site for carbon sequestration. A geological storage site must be operated safely; however, CO 2 may leak through several pathways, such as fractures, faults and/or improperly plugged wells. This study presents a new...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 17–20, 2017
Paper Number: CMTC-485727-MS
.... As a result, the new application can significantly reduce economic load associated with the CO2 pumping and storage. Introduction The geological sequestration of CO2 in the depleted oil and gas reservoirs was mentioned in a literature as a smooth transition from the carbon dioxide flooding used for releasing...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, July 17–20, 2017
Paper Number: CMTC-486396-MS
... Abstract Geological carbon sequestration represents a long-term storage of CO 2 , in which large-scale CO 2 is injected into the subsurface geologic formations, such as the deep saline aquifers or depleted oil and gas reservoir. In the CO 2 sequestration process, the injected CO 2...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, November 17–19, 2015
Paper Number: CMTC-438009-MS
... Abstract Disposal and long-term sequestration of anthropogenic " greenhouse gases" such as CO 2 is a proposed approach to reducing global warming. Deep, regional-scale aquifers in sedimentary basins are possible sites for sequestration, given their ubiquitous nature. In order for CO 2...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, November 17–19, 2015
Paper Number: CMTC-438891-MS
... for reaction. An initial design and the method of operation for the carsequestor (the sequestration device) are presented after a proper volumetric analysis of a variable case performed under specified conditions. Cost analysis, global emissions reduction estimation and limitations are also discussed...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, November 17–19, 2015
Paper Number: CMTC-439342-MS
... pressure. CO 2 /brine coreflooding tests were performed to simulate the CO 2 storage process and the sensor was deployed to monitor CO 2 movement. The results indicated that the CO 2 sensor could monitor CO 2 movement in-situ in CO 2 storage processes. Introduction Geologic sequestration of CO 2...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, November 17–19, 2015
Paper Number: CMTC-439481-MS
.... This allows the carbon dioxide to replace methane in the kerogen, thereby, sequestrating itself in the kerogen rich shale formations. Adsorption and absorption of the carbon dioxide in turn cause desorption of the methane from the kerogen, which aids in the gas recovery from such gas rich shales...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, November 17–19, 2015
Paper Number: CMTC-439549-MS
... the overall banner of slowing down global warming. chemical flooding methods upstream oil & gas environmental quality oil production carbon capture revenue enhanced oil recovery united states fossil fuel international energy agency air emission sequestration economic viability oil...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, November 17–19, 2015
Paper Number: CMTC-439561-MS
... Abstract Shale reservoirs, with huge oil and gas resources in place, play an important role as energy resources in the world. In the meantime, widely-distributed organic-rich shales are being considered as one of the important carbon sequestration targets. Some studies have been done...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, November 17–19, 2015
Paper Number: CMTC-440049-MS
... Abstract The effects of chemical interaction between injected CO2, brine, and formation rocks are often ignored in sequestration studies because chemical reactions are assumed to be localized to carbonate rocks that make up only a small proportion of the potential reservoirs. It is conjectured...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, November 17–19, 2015
Paper Number: CMTC-440233-MS
... on the development and establishment of safe, technologically feasible and economic geological carbon sequestration (GCS) technology. GCS has been practiced widely as a potentially practical climate change mitigation decision. For this purpose to dispose large amount of CO2 in economic and safe fashion for long term...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, February 7–9, 2012
Paper Number: CMTC-150050-MS
... Abstract M4 carbonate field, a depleted gas field located offshore Sarawak, has been identified as potential candidate for CO2 sequestration site in conjunction with another high CO2 field development and commercialization efforts. The field has undergone a feasibility study to evaluate...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, February 7–9, 2012
Paper Number: CMTC-150157-MS
... Abstract An integrated model was developed that includes economic and technical aspects of CO2-EOR and sequestration projects. Based on This model, a numerical simulator is developed to predict the performance of project and determine optimum rate of injection rate in different conditions...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, February 7–9, 2012
Paper Number: CMTC-150272-MS
... of CO2 injected to oil was calculated at MMP with pure CO2, and the sequestration potential of CO2 in field M was calculated with the sequestration coefficient multiplying recoverable reserves. We also quoted the methods mentioned in the Carbon sequestration Leadership Forum to calculate...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, February 7–9, 2012
Paper Number: CMTC-150460-MS
.... The Arches Province in the Midwestern U.S. has been identified as a major area for CO2 sequestration because of the intersection of reservoir thickness and permeability along the province (Kelley 2010; Barnes 2009; Gupta and Bair 1997). The province includes areas of Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, and Ohio...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, February 7–9, 2012
Paper Number: CMTC-151025-MS
... Abstract The feasibility of geologic sequestration is a function of many attributes including those related to site geology, geography, environment, engineering, and economics. Recently, a technical team from Southern Company, and the University of North Florida completed a preliminary...
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Paper presented at the Carbon Management Technology Conference, February 7–9, 2012
Paper Number: CMTC-151122-MS
.../yr. Changing albedo by only 5 % instead of 7 % will increase the equivalent CO2 removal rate from the atmosphere by 0.012 kg CO2/m2/yr. cmtc 151122 albedo effect linear approximation new zealand radiata emission forest type albedo reduction absorption carbon sequestration...

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