FWP-ESD-14-095-Task 4
Core Carbon Storage and Monitoring Research
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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Berkeley, California
Project Duration: 10/01/2014 – 09/30/2017
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Geologic Storage (GS)/Monitoring, Verification, Accounting, and Assessment (MVAA)
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Task 2 – MVAA: Subsurface Monitoring
Task 3 – MVAA: Subsurface Monitoring
Task 4 – GS: Geomechanical Impacts
Task 5 – GS: Geochemical Impacts

Task 6 – GS: GeomechanicalImpacts
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Task 4 - Optimization Framework for Improved CO2 Injectivity, Storage Permanence, Monitoring, and Utilization

This task is developing an integrated optimization framework to develop adaptive optimization methods and associated simulation tools and to address key challenges in CO2 storage, providing new cost effective methods for improved injectivity, storage efficiency, and permanence for storage projects.


Presentations, Papers, and Publications

Task 3: Assessment of Leakage Pathways Using Joint EM-Seismic, Borehole and Surface Technologies (Aug 2018)
Presented by Pierpaolo Marchesini, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2018 Carbon Storage and Oil and Natural Gas Technologies Review Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA