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Executive summary: Recent results of the SACROC groundwater geochemistry summary
(Federal Requirements Under the Underground Injection Control (UIC) Program for Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Geologic Sequestration (GS) Wells – Notice of Data Availability and Request for Comment (EPA-HQ-OW-2008- 0390-0297), 2008)
Assessment of Geological Storage Capacity of the Southeastern U.S. for CO2 in Brines and Economic Use for EOR
(SECARB Industry Briefing, 2006-01-18)
Analysis of time lapse seismic signal analysis for an EOR and CCS site, Cranfield, MS
(82nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Exploration Geophysics,, 2012-11-04)
The Cranfield, MS EOR field site has been under CO2 flood by Denbury Onshore, LLC since 2008. More than 3 million tons of CO2 has been injected. Time-lapse 3D surface seismic data displayed a readily observable signal ...
Economic modeling of carbon dioxide integrated pipeline network for enhanced oil recovery and geologic sequestration in the Texas Gulf Coast region
(9th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT-9), 2008-11-16)
Naturally occurring CO2 is transported via pipelines to oil fields in West Texas to enhance production. A similar pipeline system is proposed for the Gulf Coast region of Texas. The CO2 would come from anthropogenic ...
Texas as a National Sink
(UK-Texas Technical Workshop, Houston, Texas, 2008-12-08)
CO2-EOR as geologic storage: Monitoring for permanence
(NA 2050 Sequestration Working Group, 2013-10-08)
Diagenesis and reservoir heterogeneity in the Lower Tuscaloosa Formation at Cranfield Field, Mississippi
(60th Annual Convention of the Gulf Coast Association of Geologicial Societies and the Gulf Coast Section of SEPM, 2010-10-10)
The Cretaceous Lower Tuscaloosa Formation in the Cranfield Field, Mississippi, is a siliciclastic reservoir and target for geologic CO2 sequestration and enhanced oil recovery (EOR). The reservoir is approximately 3 km ...
Economic analysis of an integrated anthropogenic carbon dioxide network for capture and enhanced oil recovery along the Texas Gulf Coast
(Proceedings of the ASME 3rd International Conference on Energy Sustainability, 2009-07-19)
This paper explains the system economics of an example integrated network that uses anthropogenic CO2 from Texas Gulf Coast fossil power plants for enhanced oil recovery (EOR). These CO2 sources and sinks are connected via ...
EOR as sequestration: Geoscience perspective
(Symposium on Role of EOR in Accelerating Deployment of CCS, 2010-07-23)
CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) has a development and operational history several decades longer than geologic sequestration of CO2 designed to benefit the atmosphere and provides much of the experience on which confidence ...