Energy Data Exchange is a tool to support coordination and collaboration across research efforts that require a common set of information related to subsurface energy resources.

CO2 Storage prospeCtive Resource Estimation Excel aNalysis (CO2-SCREEN) is a tool which was developed by the DOE-NETL to screen saline formations for prospective CO2 storage resources.
CO2 Screen |

The National Carbon Sequestration Database (NATCARB) is a geographic information system (GIS)-based tool for viewing carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) potential across the United States.
NATCARB | doi: 10.18141/1474110

NETL’s Geocube is a flexible, customizable web mapping application that concatenates key spatial datasets and information relevant to energy research needs for a given region.
GEOCUBE | doi: 10.18141/1471973

The CO2 MMoPS is a multi-model predictive system which calculates the solubility of CO2 in brines considering nine mathematical models across the range of T-P-X conditions likely to be encountered in carbon sequestration applications.

FRACGEN/NFFLOW is a DOE sponsored a project to simulate the behavior of tight, fractured, strata-bound reservoirs that arise from irregular, discontinuous, or clustered networks of fractures.

GeoWELL is a map-based application that provides quick access to websites of primary sources of subsurface geologic and wellbore (oil, gas, and underground injection) information for appropriate U.S. state, tribal and federal agencies.
GeoWell | Dataset

The FE/NETL CO2 Saline Storage Cost Model estimates costs to store a tonne of CO2 in a saline reservoir. The model estimates costs associated with a project, using simplified geo-engineering equations to calculate reservoir values needed to determine injection well costs, monitoring costs, financial responsibility costs, etc. All of these costs are summed over the life of a CO2 storage project and discounted to a NPV of near zero to determine the first-year break-even cost to store a tonne of CO2.
FE/NETL CO2 Saline Storage Model | User’s Manual