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Performer: Schlumberger Carbon Services
Potential CO<sub>2</sub> wellbore migration pathways: between<br/>cement and casing (Paths a and b), through the cement (c),<br/>through the casing (d), through fractures (e), and between<br/>cement and formation (f). Image is from Celia, M.A., Bachu, S., Nordbotten, J.M. Gasda, S.E. and Dahle, H.K. 2004.
Potential CO2 wellbore migration pathways: between
cement and casing (Paths a and b), through the cement (c),
through the casing (d), through fractures (e), and between
cement and formation (f). Image is from Celia, M.A., Bachu, S., Nordbotten, J.M. Gasda, S.E. and Dahle, H.K. 2004.
Website: Schlumberger Carbon Services
Award Number: FE0001040
Project Duration: 01/01/2010 – 05/31/2014
Total Award Value: $3,203,429
DOE Share: $2,386,624
Performer Share: $816,805
Technology Area: Monitoring, Verification, Accounting, and Assessment
Key Technology: Subsurface Monitoring
Location: Columbus, Ohio

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