Field Demonstration of the Krauklis Seismic Wave in a Novel MVA Method for Geologic CO2 Storage Email Page
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Performer: University of North Dakota Energy and Environmental Research Center
Simplified K-wave system illustration showing two well pairs (one “source” well and two “receiver” wells) (image courtesy of Seismos, Inc.).
Simplified K-wave system illustration showing two well pairs (one “source” well and two “receiver” wells) (image courtesy of Seismos, Inc.).
Website: University of North Dakota Energy & Environmental Research Center
Award Number: FE0028659
Project Duration: 10/01/2016 – 05/31/2020
Total Award Value: $3,697,024
DOE Share: $2,475,424
Performer Share: $1,221,600
Technology Area: Monitoring, Verification, Accounting, and Assessment
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Location: Grand Forks, North Dakota

Presentations, Papers, and Publications

Field Demonstration of CO2 Injection Monitoring Using Krauklis and Other Guided Waves (Aug 2017)
Shaughn Burnison, University of North Dakota Energy & Environmental Research Center, 2017 Carbon Storage and Oil and Natural Gas Technologies Review Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA

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