44 Advancement in CO2 Utility
Wednesday, 18 October
Room 213 A-B
As societies gear up efforts toward sustainable energy, carbon capture, utilization and sequestration (CCUS) is gaining increased attention. This session addresses the theoretical, laboratory, and field advancements related to CO2 enhanced oil recovery and geologic storage. Specific topics to be discussed include asphaltene precipitation, CO2 EOR production sustainability, formation caprock integrity, CO2 injectivity, and field case studies.
1400-1425 214805Asphaltene Precipitation Characteristics and Reservoir Damage When Applying CO2 Injection in Deep Reservoirs
1425-1450 215037Importance Of Thermal Modelling In CO2 Storage
1450-1515 215125A Simplified Mathematical Model for Formation Caprock Integrity Incorporating Creep Deformation: Implications for Hydrogen Underground Storage
1515-1540 214786CO2 WAG Huff-N-Puff for Waterflooded Conventional Reservoirs: Design and Field Learnings from Deployment in the Permian Basin of West Texas