Simulating the effects of deep saline aquifer properties for CO2 sequestration

2007-10-01
Basbug, B.
Gumrah, F.
Oz, B.
CO2 is one of the hazardous greenhouse gases causing significant changes to the environment. The sequestering of CO2 in a suitable geological media can be a feasible method to avoid the negative effects of CO2 emissions into the atmosphere. A numerical model was developed regarding CO2 sequestration in a deep saline aquifer. A compositional numerical model using CMG software (GEM) was employed to study the ability of the selected aquifer to accept and retain large quantities of CO2 injected in a supercritical state for long periods of time (up to 260 years).
JOURNAL OF CANADIAN PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY

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Citation Formats
B. Basbug, F. Gumrah, and B. Oz, “Simulating the effects of deep saline aquifer properties for CO2 sequestration,” JOURNAL OF CANADIAN PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY, pp. 30–38, 2007, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/66855.