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|Title:||Illustrating the estimation of CO₂ storage capacity for a hypothetical injection site|
|Other Titles:||Illustrating the estimation of CO(2) storage capacity for a hypothetical injection site|
|Citation:||Proceedings of GHGT-11, as published in Energy Procedia, 2013 / Dixon, T., Yamaji, K. (ed./s), vol.37, pp.5160-5165|
|Series/Report no.:||Energy Procedia|
|Conference Name:||11th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Technologies (GHGT-11) (18 Nov 2012 - 22 Nov 2012 : Kyoto, Japan)|
|W.G. Allinson, W Hou, E. Azizi, P.R. Neal, Y. Cinar, J. Kaldi, and L. Paterson|
|Abstract:||This paper demonstrates the application of an approach to storage capacity estimation using a classification system that closely follows the Petroleum Resource Management System (PRMS) recommended by the Society of Petroleum Engineers. We apply the approach to an assessment of the storage capacity of a hypothetical, but representative storage site in the Surat Basin, onshore Australia. The assessment assumes the CO2 is captured from sources in south Queensland and transported to the potential storage site. We estimate that the “Prospective Storage Capacity” is between zero and 560 million tonnes.|
|Keywords:||CO2 storage; CO2 injection; CO2 storage capacity; CO2 injectivity; CO2 injection wells; CO2 injection economics|
|Rights:||© 2013 The Authors.|
|Appears in Collections:||Australian School of Petroleum publications|
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