Carbon Dioxide Injection in Underground Formations
AIChE Annual Meeting
2010 Annual Meeting
Chemical Engineering in Oil and Gas Production and Other Complex Subsurface Processes
Deer Valley I
Wednesday, November 10, 2010 - 8:30am to 11:00am
The reactive transport process of sequestering carbon dioxide in geologic formations is complicated. This session will address advanced experimental and modeling issues related to storage of carbon dioxide in underground formations including oil and gas reservoirs, coal-bed methane and saline aquifers. Modeling heterogeneities and parameter uncertainties, model validation, up-scaling laboratory information, and flow and transport in complex geologic systems would be some of the topics considered. New experimental data on all aspects of carbon dioxide injection and sequestration will also be appropriate for this session.
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