NRAP Tools Beta Testing



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Webinar for the NRAP Wellbore Leakage Analysis Tool (WLAT)

The fourth in the previously announced series of NRAP tool webinars will be held on Monday, November 2, 2015 from 1:00 – 2:30 PM EST (New York, UTC/GMT-05:00) to introduce and demonstrate the NRAP Wellbore Leakage Analysis Tool (WLAT). WebEx and conference call details are listed below. We plan to record each webinar in the series and post those recordings on the site for you to watch at your convenience, as well, but please attend live to ensure that you are able to get your specific questions answered.

Attendees at the NETL campuses in Morgantown and Albany are encouraged to participate in MGN-B39-319 or ALB-B39-115. Where feasible, participants are asked to sign on to WebEx and phone portions of the Webinar in groups due to anticipated high volume.

Thank you very much for your interest. We look forward to speaking with you, and to hearing your comments and questions.

Regards,

Grant Bromhal

NRAP Technical Director



Webinar for the NRAP Wellbore Leakage Analysis Tool (WLAT)
Monday,November 2, 2015
1:00 pm | Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00) | 1 hrs 30 mins

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Webinar for NRAP Seal Barrier Reduced Order Model (NSealR)

The second in the previously announced series of NRAP tool webinars will be held on Monday, October 19, 2015 from 1 – 2 PM EDT (New York, UTC/GMT-04:00) to introduce and demonstrate the NRAP Seal Barrier Reduced Order Model (NSealR). WebEx and conference call details are listed below. We plan to record each webinar in the series and post those recordings on the site for you to watch at your convenience, as well, but please attend live to ensure that you are able to get your specific questions answered.

Attendees at the NETL Morgantown campus are encouraged to participate in B39-319. Where feasible, participants are asked to sign on to WebEx and phone portions of the Webinar in groups due to anticipated high volume.

Thank you very much for your interest. We look forward to speaking with you, and to hearing your comments and questions.

Regards,

Grant Bromhal

NRAP Technical Director



NRAP Seal Barrier Reduced Order Model (NSealR)
Monday, October 19, 2015
1:00 pm | Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00) | 1 hrs

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Webinar for NRAP Integrated Assessment Model for Carbon Storage (NRAP-IAM-CS)

As previously announced, the first in the series of NRAP tool webinars will be held next Tuesday, October 13, 2015 from 1 – 3:30 PM EDT (New York, UTC/GMT-04:00) to introduce and demonstrate the NRAP Integrated Assessment Model for Carbon Storage (NRAP-IAM-CS). WebEx and conference call details are listed below. We plan to record the webinar series and post that recording on the site for you to watch at your convenience, as well, but please attend live to ensure that you are able to get your specific questions answered.

Attendees at the NETL Morgantown campus are encouraged to participate at the Innovation Center in B39-104. Where feasible, participants are asked to sign on to WebEx and phone portions of the Webinar in groups due to anticipated high volume.

Thank you very much for your interest. We look forward to speaking with you, and to hearing your comments and questions.

Regards,

Grant Bromhal

NRAP Technical Director



Integrated Assessment Model–Carbon Storage (NRAP-IAM-CS)
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
12:30 pm | Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00) | 3 hrs 30 mins

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Would you like to participate in NRAP tools beta testing?



The National Risk Assessment Partnership (NRAP) has developed a set of simulation tools that we are making available for Beta Testing by the CCS research and industrial communities. These tools are in draft form and the project team is seeking input from interested testers; they are not suitable for commercial deployment at this point. The tools, described briefly below, are useful to help evaluate several parts of the carbon storage subsurface containment system (e.g., reservoirs, seals, wells, and aquifers), as they relate to two major types of environmental risks: leakage and induced seismicity.


The following is a list of the tools and a general description of their function:

Integrated Assessment Model – Carbon Storage (NRAP-IAM-CS)

  • Simulates long-term full system behavior (reservoir to aquifer/atmosphere)
  • Generates risk profiles (time-lapse probability of leakage and GW impact)
  • Estimates storage permanence quantitatively amidst system uncertainty
  • Identifies key drivers of risk amidst system uncertainty
Reservoir Evaluation and Visualization (REV) Tool
  • Generates pressure and CO2 plumes sizes over time
  • Suitable for Area of Review (AoR) determination
  • Visualizes reservoir behavior probabilistically
Wellbore Leakage Analysis Tool (WLAT)
  • Evaluates existing wells for leakage potential
  • Explores leakage response as a function of well disposition
  • Evaluates the implications of permeable overburden zones
Natural Seal ROM (NSealR)
  • Estimates flux through a fractured or perforated seal
  • Accounts for storage outside of primary target zone
Aquifer Impact Model (AIM)
  • Rapid estimation of aquifer volume impacted by a leak
  • Distinguishes between impact of CO2 and brine leaks
  • Used to determine impact of threshold criteria.
Design for Risk Evaluation and Monitoring (DREAM)
  • Estimates time to detection for a monitoring system
  • Evaluates and select optimal monitoring designs
Short Term Seismic Forecasting (STSF)
  • Forecasts seismic event frequency over the short term
  • Potential to complement stoplight approach for induced seismicity planning and permitting


Accessing the NRAP Beta Tools

The NRAP beta tools reside in a private EDX collaborative workspace. To gain access to the tools, you must have an active EDX account and be added to the private collaborative workspace where the tools reside. Please follow the guidelines below to request access to the NRAP beta tools. You will meet one of two criteria below:

A. I already have an EDX account, but I need access to the private collaborative workspace:
If you already have an EDX account, simply contact EDX support via email (EDXsupport@netl.doe.gov) or via the EDX contact us page and let us know that you would like to participate in the NRAP tools beta testing workspace. The EDX support team will add your EDX account to the workspace. Once you’ve been added to the workspace, you will receive an automated email from EDX support.

B. I do not have an EDX account and I also need access to the private collaborative workspace:
If you don’t have an EDX account, it’s simple to sign up. Click the following link to register for an EDX account: https://edx.netl.doe.gov/en/user/register .

Please Note: Users who provide their “@netl.doe.gov” or “@contr.netl.doe.gov” email address will have instant access to EDX once they have validated their email address. To validate your email address, please check your email inbox for a validation message from EDX once you’ve submitted your account creation form.

Users who do not have an NETL email address are required to provide an NETL Point of Contact (POC) name and email address to gain access to the system. Please list Deb Coen (deborah.coen@netl.doe.gov) as your POC.

Once we have confirmed your affiliation, you will receive an email to activate your account. Once you’ve registered and activated your EDX account. Follow the steps in ‘Section A’ above. Simply contact EDX support via email (EDXsupport@netl.doe.gov) or via the EDX contact us page and let us know that you would like to participate in the NRAP tools beta testing workspace. The EDX support team will add your EDX account to the workspace. Once you’ve been added to the workspace, you will receive an automated email from EDX support.


I’ve received my automated email mentioning that I’ve been added to the NRAP Tools Beta Test Release collaborative workspace. What do I do next?


After you’ve received your automated email, your EDX account will have access to the NRAP beta tools submission: https://edx.netl.doe.gov/dataset/nrap-tools-beta-testing-collection

Please Note: If you are not signed into EDX and/or have not been added to the collaborative workspace you will not have permission to view the above link.

While on the NRAP tools beta testing collection submission webpage, download a specific NRAP tool by clicking the “Download Form” button next to the tool that you wish to download. Before gaining access to your file download, please provide the following information on the download form: Name, Affiliation, and Contact Information. Once you submit the download form, you will be redirected to your download. Follow any additional on-screen instructions as needed.


Your feedback is important to the NRAP team!


The NRAP team has put together a brief survey regarding the NRAP beta tools. Following download of the tool, a survey will be emailed for your feedback.

Thank you for your interest in the NRAP tools and look forward to your feedback. Happy testing!