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Table of Contents for Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology

Experimental evaluation of carbonated waterflooding: A practical process for enhanced oil recovery and geological CO2 storage

The rapid escalation of anthropogenic CO2 emissions at the same time as the growth in energy demand has brought the importance of CO2 enhanced oil recovery (EOR) into the spotlight. Nevertheless,...

Effect of the intermediate principal stress on the evolution of mudstone permeability under true triaxial compression

The changes in the permeability of mudstone specimens under compression with different intermediate principal stresses (σ2) were tested using a true triaxial testing system. The confining pressure...

A numerical study on the feasibility of evaluating CO2 injection wellbore integrity through casing deformation monitoring

Distributed sensing technologies have been increasingly used for downhole monitoring in the oil field in recent years. A casing deformation monitoring system based on distributed strain sensors has...

Estimation of fracture distribution in a CO2‐EOR system through Ensemble Kalman filter

CO2‐EOR can serve as a method to jointly enhance oil production and reduce CO2 emissions into the atmosphere. In a fractured reservoir, it is crucial to characterize the spatial and geometrical...

Application of the Aquifer Impact Model to support decisions at a CO2 sequestration site

The National Risk Assessment Partnership (NRAP) has developed a suite of tools to assess and manage risk at CO2 sequestration sites. The NRAP tool suite includes the Aquifer Impact Model (AIM),...

Modeling the potential impacts of CO2 sequestration on shallow groundwater: The fate of trace metals and organic compounds before and after leakage stops

Large‐scale deployment of CO2 geological sequestration requires understanding and assessing the risks of such an operation. One of these risks is the potential contamination of groundwater by...

Simulation and 4D seismic studies of pressure management and CO2 plume control by means of brine extraction and monitoring at the Devine Test Site, South Texas, USA

Within the context of CO2 geological storage, excessive pressure build‐up is undesirable because it increases the risks of CO2 plume leaks into unwanted zones, reduces the storage capacity of the...

CO2‐induced chemo‐mechanical alteration in reservoir rocks assessed via batch reaction experiments and scratch testing

The injection of carbon dioxide (CO2) into geological formations results in a chemical re‐equilibration between the mineral assemblage and the pore fluid, with ensuing mineral dissolution and...

CO2 absorption characteristics in a random packed column with various geometric structures and working conditions

CO2 emissions have been continuously increasing in recent years and exacerbating global warming, so CO2 emissions mitigation is of great benefit to the control of climate change. In this work, the...

Comparison of pyrite cinder with synthetic and natural iron‐based oxygen carriers in coal‐fueled chemical‐looping combustion

Pyrite cinder, a Fe2O3‐containing industrial waste derived from the sulfuric acid manufacturing industry, was compared with the synthetic and natural iron‐based oxygen carriers, to explore its...

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