Impact of Microstructure on the Containment and Migration of CO2 in Fractured Basalts Email Page
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Performer: Washington University
Three different possible carbonation scenarios within<br/>fractures in basalts. The carbonation is the result of<br/>chemical precipitation results from interactions between<br/>the minerals in the basalt and injected carbon dioxide.<br/>Each scenario will affect the carbonation by either impeding or accelerating storage.
Three different possible carbonation scenarios within
fractures in basalts. The carbonation is the result of
chemical precipitation results from interactions between
the minerals in the basalt and injected carbon dioxide.
Each scenario will affect the carbonation by either impeding or accelerating storage.
Website: The Washington University
Award Number: FE0023382
Project Duration: 10/01/2014 – 03/31/2018
Total Award Value: $1,284,701
DOE Share: $996,951
Performer Share: $287,750
Technology Area: Geologic Storage
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Location: St. Louis, Missouri

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