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Sustained casing pressure buildup test data

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Sustained casing pressure buildup tests were completed in 23 wells exposed to CO2 in the subsurface. 6 wells were at a field site in the Michigan Basin and 17 wells were in the Williston Basin. Overall, sustained casing pressure was not a common problem for the tested wells, with pressure buildup less than 1 megapascal, mostly reflecting temperature effects. This data set contains time series pressure and temperature for the 23 tested wells and general construction specifications.

This project was supported by U.S. Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory Award DE-FE0026585.


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Citation Sminchak, J.R., and Place, M. 2018. Sustained Casing Pressure Testing of CO2 Wells for Wellbore Integrity Defects: Environmental Risk Implications for Carbon Storage Projects. IEAGHG Modelling and Risk Network Meeting, 19-22 June 2018, Grand Forks, North Dakota, USA. Markiewicz, J., Sminchak, J., and Moody, M. 2017. Case Study on Wellbore Integrity for Two Fields with Wells Exposed to CO2 in the Subsurface in the Midwest U.S. SPE Eastern Section Regional Meeting, 4-6 October 2017, Lexington, Kentucky.
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NETL Point of Contact Bill O'Dowd
NETL Point of Contact's Email William.ODowd@NETL.DOE.GOV
NETL program or project DE-FE0026585