The use of polymer-gel solutions for remediation of potential CO2 leakage from storage reservoirs

Amer Syed, Benoit Pantin, Sevket Durucan, Anna Korre, Ji-Quan Shi

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Abstract

In recent years, significant research has been carried out across disciplines on the behaviour of CO2 in the subsurface geological formations, however, the mitigation of potential leakages from the storage reservoir through a fractured caprock, abandoned and unaccounted wells or any other form of non conformal CO2 flow has not been fully investigated yet. The current work fills this crucial
knowledge gap and illustrates a methodology for the mitigation of on-conformal flow of CO2 (including leakage from host reservoir into surrounding aquifers) in subsurface reservoirs. This paper presents a detailed laboratory investigation and numerical simulation studies of leakage
remediation scenarios for the use of a polymer-gel system to control non conformal flow of CO2 in the subsurface.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2014
EventInternational Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies - Austin, United States
Duration: 6 Oct 20149 Oct 2014

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ConferenceInternational Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies
CountryUnited States
CityAustin
Period6/10/149/10/14

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Syed, A., Pantin, B., Durucan, S., Korre, A., & Shi, J-Q. (2014). The use of polymer-gel solutions for remediation of potential CO2 leakage from storage reservoirs. Abstract from International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, Austin, United States.

The use of polymer-gel solutions for remediation of potential CO2 leakage from storage reservoirs. / Syed, Amer ; Pantin, Benoit; Durucan, Sevket; Korre, Anna; Shi, Ji-Quan.

2014. Abstract from International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, Austin, United States.

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Syed, A, Pantin, B, Durucan, S, Korre, A & Shi, J-Q 2014, 'The use of polymer-gel solutions for remediation of potential CO2 leakage from storage reservoirs' International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, Austin, United States, 6/10/14 - 9/10/14, .
Syed A, Pantin B, Durucan S, Korre A, Shi J-Q. The use of polymer-gel solutions for remediation of potential CO2 leakage from storage reservoirs. 2014. Abstract from International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, Austin, United States.
Syed, Amer ; Pantin, Benoit ; Durucan, Sevket ; Korre, Anna ; Shi, Ji-Quan. / The use of polymer-gel solutions for remediation of potential CO2 leakage from storage reservoirs. Abstract from International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, Austin, United States.
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