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A Multi-criteria CCUS Screening Evaluation of the Gulf of Mexico, USA - Supplementary Data

The Wendt et al. study aims to incorporate multiple and disparate carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) decision-making criteria into a systematic, quantitative analytical approach to help identify areas with potentially high suitability to serve as offshore CO2 storage or EOR regions. Spatially-distributed data from publicly-available sources within the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) study area (limited to federal waters; state waters were not evaluated) was compiled using the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) Cumulative Spatial Impact Layers™ (CSIL) tool to easily aggregate data based on evenly-distributed grids across the study region set at a resolution of approximately 25 square miles (65 square kilometers). The data included in this Microsoft Excel™ workbook provide the aggregated scores for each grid point across the study domain as well the weighting for each criterion under the four scenarios evaluated.

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Sponsor Organization USDOE Office of Fossil Energy (FE)
Contact Organization National Energy Technology Laboratory
DOE Contract Number DE-FE0025912
DOI Number 10.18141/1806193

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Last Updated April 11, 2022, 11:19 (EST)
Created July 7, 2021, 19:39 (EST)
Citation "Anna Wendt, Alana Sheriff, Chung Yan Shih, Derek Vikara, Tim Grant; A Multi-criteria CCUS Screening Evaluation of the Gulf of Mexico, USA - Supplementary Data; 2022, DOI: 10.18141/1806193"
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Point Of Contact Tim Grant
Program Or Project Strategic Systems Engineering & Analysis
Project Number DE-FE0025912
Restriction Date 2022-04-01