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Performer: New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
Outcrop analog of a formation/caprock interface in<br/>the eastern San Rafael Swell, UT.  The Carmel Formation<br/>(red upper unit) is a low-permeability sealing lithology,<br/>whereas the Navajo Sandstone (tan lower unit) is a high-permeability formation lithology.
Outcrop analog of a formation/caprock interface in
the eastern San Rafael Swell, UT. The Carmel Formation
(red upper unit) is a low-permeability sealing lithology,
whereas the Navajo Sandstone (tan lower unit) is a high-permeability formation lithology.
Website: New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
Award Number: FE0004844
Project Duration: 10/01/2010 – 10/31/2014
Total Award Value: $373,663
DOE Share: $265,613
Performer Share: $108,050
Technology Area: Geologic Storage
Key Technology: Risk Assessment
Location: Socorro, New Mexico

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