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Prediction of the Minimum Horizontal In-Situ Stress to Aid in the Selection of a Maximum Injection Pressure for a CO2 Injection Test in the Sulphur Point Formation, Fort Nelson Area, British Columbia

Provide a first-order prediction of the magnitude of the minimum horizontal in-situ stress, or the “fracture pressure”, which is one of the possible bounding limits of the maximum bottomhole injection pressure for CO2 in the Sulphur Point and Slave Point Formations in Spectra Energy’s Ft. Nelson CCS pilot project area, Northeastern British Columbia. Local geology and geomechanical and reservoir engineering properties for this analysis are to be assumed or estimated based on data collected in 2009 at a test well site, SECCS MILO C-061-E/094-J-10.

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Last Updated August 26, 2019, 12:42 (EST)
Created August 26, 2019, 12:42 (EST)
Citation McLellan, P., 2010, Prediction of the minimum horizontal in-situ stress to aid in the selection of a maximum injection pressure for a CO2 injection test in the Sulphur Point Formation, Ft. Nelson area, British Columbia: Report for Spectra Energy CCS Services LP, MEA 10-502, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, McLellan Energy Advisors Inc., November.
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Program Or Project PCOR Phase II