Battelle Presents at IEAGHG Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies Conference

December 12, 2016

Battelle’s carbon storage team recently shared their latest research at the 13th International Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT) Conference in Lausanne, Switzerland from November 14 to 18, 2016. The presentations highlighted progress on large-scale tests in Michigan under MRCSP and several other research efforts aimed at the development of carbon storage and utilization technologies. Topics ranged from:  
  • Well integrity assessment of monitoring wells at an active carbon dioxide-EOR flood - (Andrew Duguid)
  • Static earth modelling of diverse Michigan Niagaran Reefs and the implications for carbon dioxide storage - (Autumn Haagsma)
  • Technical and economic performance metrics for CCUS projects: an example from the East Canton Consolidated Oil Field, Ohio, USA - (Dr. Srikanta Mishra)
  • Integrated sub-basin scale exploration for carbon storage targets: advanced characterization of geologic reservoirs and caprocks in the Upper Ohio River Valley - (Dr. Neeraj Gupta)
  • An investigation of possible causes of pressure decline and maximum carbon dioxide storage potential following carbon dioxide injection into a “closed” Pinnacle Reef reservoir - (Dr. Neeraj Gupta
  • Analyzing the performance of closed reservoirs following carbon dioxide injection in CCUS projects - (Dr. Srikanta Mishra)
  • Lessons learned from carbon dioxide injection, monitoring, and modelling across a diverse portfolio of depleted closed carbonate reef oil fields - The Midwest Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership experience - (Dr. Neeraj Gupta)
  • Developing best practices for evaluating fluid saturations with pulsed neutron logging across multiple active carbon dioxide-EOR fields - (Amber Connor)
  • Developing and validating simplified predictive models for carbon dioxide geologic sequestration - (Dr. Srikanta Mishra)
  • Integrated analysis of geomechanical factors for geologic carbon dioxide storage in the Midwestern United States - (Joel Sminchak)
  • Mid-Atlantic U.S. offshore carbon storage resource assessment - (Lydia Cumming)

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