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Application of NRAP-Open-IAM to the Kimberlina Site

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Key Findings:

  • Leakage risks at brownfield sites can be mitigated through the implementation of effective leak management strategies

  • While both distance-based and risk-based management strategies were effective, risk-based strategies were more robust to changes in reservoir behavior

NRAP Tools: NRAP-Open-IAM

Location: Kimberlina Site, California

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Last Updated March 15, 2021, 19:00 (EST)
Created March 15, 2021, 18:57 (EST)
Citation Lackey G, VS Vasylkivska, NJ Huerta, S King, and RM Dilmore. 2019. “Managing well leakage risks at a geologic carbon storage site with many wells.” International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 88:182-194. 10.1016/j.ijggc.2019.06.011.
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Organization NRAP
Poc Email robert.dilmore@netl.doe.gov
Point Of Contact Bob Dilmore
Program Or Project NRAP
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