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On the use of vertically averaged models to simulate CO2 migration in a layered saline aquifer
(The University of Bergen, 2010-06-01)
Geologic and flow characteristics such as permeability and porosity, capillary pressure, geologic structure, and thickness all influence and affect CO2 plume distribution to varying degrees. These parameters do not necessarily ...
Capturing the coupled hydro-mechanical processes occurring during CO2 injection – example from In Salah
At In Salah, CO2 is removed from the production stream of several natural gas fields and re-injected into a deep and relatively thin saline formation, in three different locations. The observed deformation on the surface ...
Robust simulation of sharp-interface models for fast estimation of CO2 trapping capacity in large-scale aquifer systems
Modeling geological carbon storage represents a new and substantial challenge for the subsurface geosciences. To increase understanding and make good engineering decisions, containment processes and large-scale storage ...
Vertically averaged equations with variable density for CO2 flow in porous media
Carbon capture and storage has been proposed as a viable option to reduce CO 2 emissions. Geological storage of CO 2 where the gas is injected into geological formations for practically indefinite storage, is an ...
Fully-implicit simulation of vertical-equilibrium models with hysteresis and capillary fringe
Geological carbon storage represents a new and substantial challenge for the subsurface geosciences. To increase understanding and make good engineering decisions, containment processes and large-scale storage operations ...