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CO2-SCREEN (Version 2.0)

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CO2 Storage prospeCtive Resource Estimation Excel aNalysis (CO2-SCREEN) is a tool which was developed by the Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory (DOE-NETL) to screen saline formations for prospective CO2 storage resources. CO2-SCREEN applies U.S. DOE methods and equations for estimating prospective CO2 storage resources for saline formations. This provides a dependable method for calculating prospective CO2 storage resources which allows for consistent comparison of results between different research efforts. CO2-SCREEN consists of an Excel spreadsheet containing geologic inputs and outputs, linked to a GoldSim Player model that calculates prospective CO2 storage resources via Monte Carlo simulation.


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Maintainer Sean Sanguinito
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Citation Sean Sanguinito, CO2-SCREEN (Version 2.0), 2019-06-19, https://edx.netl.doe.gov/dataset/co2-screen-version-2-0
Is NETL associated Yes
NETL Point of Contact Dirk Link
NETL Point of Contact's Email Dirk.Link@netl.doe.gov
NETL program or project RIC