FWP-ESD-14-095-Task 2
Core Carbon Storage and Monitoring Research
Email Page
email
Print This Page
print
Performer:  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
fwp-esd-14-095-image.png
Figure 1: An overview of the technologies under development as part of this effort.
Website:  Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Award Number:  FWP-ESD-14-095
Project Duration:  10/01/2014 – 09/30/2017
Total Award Value:  $1,450,000
DOE Share:  $1,450,000
Performer Share:  $0
Technology Area:  Geologic Storage (GS)/Monitoring, Verification, Accounting, and Assessment (MVAA)
Key Technology:  Task 2 – MVAA: Subsurface Monitoring
Task 3 – MVAA: Subsurface Monitoring
Task 4 – GS: Geomechanical Impacts
Task 5 – GS: Geochemical Impacts
Location:  Berkeley, California

Task 2 - Field Testing of Emerging Technologies

This task is leveraging research conducted under previous funding cycles by taking newly developed or existing monitoring technologies and improving them. The specific aim is to develop technologies to improve reservoir storage efficiency while ensuring containment effectiveness. Researchers are deploying or will be deploying these technologies at several CCS (and non-CCS) project sites for testing. The project sites include: Otway, Australia; Aquistore, Canada; the Carbon Management Canada site; and Mont Terri Underground Research Lab, Switzerland. At the start of the project, the currently deployed technologies (at Otway and Aquistore) are undergoing testing and performing data collection. The collected data is being used to validate and verify the technologies under in-situ conditions.

 

Back