Geological CO2 Storage Characterization

The Key to Deploying Clean Fossil Energy Technology

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-5787-9 (Print) 978-1-4614-5788-6 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xv

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    Pages 1-13

    Geological Observations Supporting Dynamic Climatic Changes

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    Pages 15-20

    The Story of the Wyoming Carbon Underground Storage Project (WY-CUSP), and the Regional Inventory and Prioritization of Potential CO2 Storage Reservoirs in Wyoming

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    Pages 21-26

    Legal Framework: Carbon Storage Regulations and Access for the Wyoming Carbon Underground Storage Project (WY-CUSP)

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    Pages 27-31

    A Strategy for Designing an Optimal Characterization Study of the Premier Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Site in Wyoming

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    Pages 33-54

    Regional Geologic History, CO2 Source Inventory, and Groundwater Risk Assessment of a Potential CO2 Sequestration Site on the Rock Springs Uplift in Southwest Wyoming

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    Pages 55-96

    Detailed Geologic Characterization of Core and Well Data from the Weber and Madison Formations and Associated Seals at a Potential CO2 Sequestration Site in Southwest Wyoming: Definining the Lithologic, Geochemical, Diagenetic, and Burial Histories Relative to Successful CO2 Storage

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    Pages 97-150

    Utility of 3-D Seismic Attribute Analysis and VSP for Assessing Potential Carbon Sequestration Targets on the Rock Springs Uplift, Southwest Wyoming

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    Pages 151-167

    Reservoir Fluid Characterization of the Weber Sandstone and Madison Limestone on the Rock Springs Uplift in Southwest Wyoming

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    Pages 169-190

    Predicting Permeability in the Target Reservoirs on the Rock Springs Uplift, Southwest Wyoming

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    Pages 191-231

    Advances in Estimating the Geologic CO2 Storage Capacity of the Madison Limestone and Weber Sandstone on the Rock Springs Uplift by Utilizing Detailed 3-D Reservoir Characterization and Geologic Uncertainty Reduction

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    Pages 233-244

    Displaced Fluid Management—the Key to Commercial-Scale Geologic CO2 Storage

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    Pages 245-269

    The Carbon Management Institute’s Integrated CO2 Storage/EOR Strategy: the Advantages of Deploying Innovative, Multiple-Resource Development Strategies Designed to Foster Sustainability of Energy and Environmental Resources

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    Pages 271-294

    A Feasibility Study of the Integration of Geologic CO2 Storage with Enhanced Oil Recovery (CO2 Flooding) in the Ordos Basin, China

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    Pages 295-301

    Summary of the WY-CUSP Characterization Program