Implication of CO2-EOR and Storage at Ankleshwar Oil Field—A Reservoir Geomechanics Viewpoint

  • Shib Sankar GanguliEmail author
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CO2-Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) is considered as an encouraging solution to recover by-passed/residual oil, and also an attractive option to mitigate the impact of rise of anthropogenic CO2 on climate if sequestration is implemented (Schrag 2007).


Pore Pressure Fracture Pressure Geomechanical Model Cambay Basin Wellbore Stability 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research (AcSIR)/CSIR-National Geophysical Research InstituteHyderabad, Telangana StateIndia

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