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OPTIMIZING AND QUANTIFYING CO2 STORAGE RESOURCE IN SALINE FORMATIONS AND HYDROCARBON RESERVOIRS

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As part of a 3-year project examining both saline (Task 2) and hydrocarbon (Task 3) reservoirs to better understand the storage coefficients of deep saline storage and utilization factors or enhanced oil recovery, intensive literature reviews were performed to gather necessary data to build and simulate geocellular models. The following outlines the methodology, data collected, and references for Task 2.

In the attached spreadsheet, each tab represents a formation(s) and the primary depositional environment. Within each tab, the data are displayed for easy consumption. A header provides basic information such as formation, basin and country, environment, and data origin. Below the header are the collected porosity and permeability values. Each row is depth-oriented; thus the porosity listed correlates directly to the permeability. On the right side of the page, four charts are shown. The top chart is a porosity histogram with statistics, the second chart is a permeability histogram with statistics, the third chart is a porosity vs. permeability crossplot for the formation selected, and the fourth chart is a porosity vs. permeability crossplot from the AGD representing the same environment.


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Maintainer Charles D. Gorecki
State active
Citation Energy & Environmental Research Center
Ecological Region Terrestrial
Is NETL associated Yes
NETL Point of Contact Andrea McNemar
NETL Point of Contact's Email andrea.mcnemar@netl.doe.gov
NETL program or project FERD
Organization Energy & Environmental Research Center
Organization Acronym EERC
Publication Date 09/30/2013
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