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Storage specific capabilities

Specific storage capabilities include:

  • assessing sites for CO2 storage using GEODISC™ and other appropriate technologies especially geological sites that are potentially suitable for long-term storage of CO2 including saline reservoirs and depleted oil and gas fields;
  • assessment of the range of physico-chemical processes relating to CO2 that take place in the subsurface and which have the potential to influence the nature and extent of geological storage of CO2;
  • reservoir characterisation and stratigraphy including the determination of sealing capabilities of cap rocks in potential CO2 storage sites by analysing seal capacity and integrity;
  • geomechanical modelling of the impact of CO2 injection on fault slip tendency for a range of structural styles, formation and injection pressures and rock types;
  • determining failure strength of reservoir rocks and seals and the likely poroelastic response of reservoir rocks to fluid injection;
  • measuring and monitoring CO2 behaviour in the subsurface over time and its implications for geological storage of CO2;
  • 3D and 4D modelling of CO2 igration in heterogeneous reservoirs for a range of time scales and model resolutions;
  • monitoring the migration and storage of CO2 n the subsurface;
  • developing technologies and assessing the opportunities for storing CO2 and enhancing the recovery of oil and gas, and coal bed methane;
  • application of risk assessment technologies for short to long-term geological storage of CO2 sing modified risk analysis methodologies used in other areas as well as observations from natural analogs; and,
  • economic modelling of storage systems especially for use in enhanced oil and gas recovery, and enhanced coal-bed methane recovery.

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