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The offshore Texas Miocene CO2 storage project
Since early 2010, the Gulf of Mexico Miocene CO2 Site Characterization Mega Transect study has evaluated storage capacity of the Miocene section of offshore Submerged Lands (State Waters) of the State of Texas, exclusive ...
An atlas of CO2 storage potential in the nearshore waters of the Texas coast – American Recovery and Reinvestment Act – “Gulf of Mexico Miocene CO2 site characterization mega-transect”
(Carbon Storage R&D Project Review Meeting,, 2013-08)
Preliminary evaluation of offshore transport and storage of CO2
(Southeast Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership led by Southern States Energy Board, 2010)
Gulf of Mexico Miocene CO2 site characterization mega transect DE-FE0001941
(U.S. Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory, 2013-08)
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 ...
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 ...
Source-Sink Matching and Potential for Carbon Capture and Storage in the Gulf Coast
(Proceedings of the 2006 UIC Conference of the Groundwater Protection Council, 2006)
Current global levels of anthropogenic CO2 emissions are 25.6 Gigatons yr. Approximately 1 Gigaton comes from the Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi Gulf Coast, representing 16 percent of the U.S. annual CO2 emissions from ...
Texas as a National Sink
(UK-Texas Technical Workshop, Houston, Texas, 2008-12-08)