Core Carbon Storage and Monitoring Research
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Performer:
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Location:
Berkeley, California
Project Duration: 10/01/2014 – 09/30/2017
Award Number:
FWP-ESD-14-095
Technology Area:
Geologic Storage (GS)/Monitoring, Verification, Accounting, and Assessment (MVAA)
Total Award Value:
$1,450,000
Key Technology:
Task 2 – MVAA: Subsurface Monitoring
Task 3 – MVAA: Subsurface Monitoring
Task 4 – GS: Geomechanical Impacts
Task 5 – GS: Geochemical Impacts

Task 6 – GS: GeomechanicalImpacts
DOE Share:
$1,450,000

Performer Share:
$0

Project Description

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  Figure 1: An overview of the technologies under development as part of this effort.

The aim of the research is to develop and test technologies ready for field deployment (Figure 1) while supporting the Carbon Storage Program objective of developing and validating technologies for safe and permanent storage. The effort is divided into five technical tasks:

  • Task 2 – Field Testing of Emerging Technologies (read more)
  • Task 3 – Advancing Monitoring Technology (read more)
  • Task 4 – Optimization Framework for Improved CO2 Injectivity, Storage Permanence, Monitoring, and Utilization (read more)
  • Task 5 – U.S.-Japan CCS Collaboration on Fibre-Optic Technology (read more)
  • Task 6 – Mont Terri Project (read more)

Project Benefits

This project will forward the deployment and testing of new monitoring technologies and methodologies. It will broaden learnings from leveraged research opportunities and provide the rapid transfer of knowledge to domestic programs.

Presentations, Papers and Publications

Contact Information

Federal Project Manager Jerry Carr: Jerry.Carr@netl.doe.gov
Technology Manager Traci Rodosta: traci.rodosta@netl.doe.gov
Principal Investigator Barry Freifeld: bmfreifeld@lbl.gov