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Advancements in Carbon Dioxide Utilization and Storages

Tuesday, 24 September
220 - 222
Technical Session

Carbon dioxide utilization and storage is a multi-faceted process with the primary goal of safe, long-term CO2 storage.  This session will draw upon technical contributions to further our understanding of carbon transport and storage and advance the technology.  Lessons from offshore natural process observations and their impact on geologic storage, case studies, and numerical methods to improve analyses will be highlighted during these presentations. Timely discussions of infrastructure and well re-use will be leveraged to understand integrity issues and better identify candidate sites.

Session Chairpersons
George Koperna - Advanced Resources International, Inc.
Gasham Zeynalov - Baku Higher Oil School
  • 1400-1425 220930
    Reuse Of Existing Co2 Pipeline And Pipeline Rights-of-way For Large-scale CCS Deployments
    Z. Ma, B. Chen, R.J. Pawar, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • 1425-1450 220926
    Corrosion Rate Modeling In Legacy And Abandoned Wells For Ccs Applications.
    S.S. Gupta, Shell Global Solutions International BV; R. Ratnakar, Shell Intl E&P, Inc.
  • 1450-1515 220704
    Minimizing Greenhouse Gas Footprint Of Enhanced Oil Recovery Operations Through Optimizing Injected Fluid Composition
    O. Olofinnika, Texas A&M University; A. Selveindran, D. Patel, Maverick Natural Resources LLC; E. Okoroafor, Texas A & M University
  • 1545-1610 220958
    An Optimized Approach For Depleted Reservoirs In The Western Desert Of Egypt For Safe Underground Carbon Storage
    M. Adel Gabry, University of Houston; A. Algarhy, Marietta College; A.G. Ali, Apache Corp.
  • 1610-1635 220723
    Assessment Of Protentional Underground Carbon Dioxide Storage In Post Heavy Oil Eor Phase Through Steam, Solvent, Or Hybrid Injection: A Field Case Study In Surmont, Canada
    M. Chai, University of Calgary; H. Nourozieh, Parex Resources; Z. Chen, M. Yang, University of Calgary; A. Hernandez, Parex Resources
  • 1635-1700 221061
    Feasibility Study Of CO2 Injection Using Network Model To Estimate Storage Capacity And Well Completion Design Consideration For CO2 Injection In Depleted Reservoir As Part Of Carbon Capture And Storage Project.
    M.B. Abu Bakar, PETRONAS (Kuala Lumpur); M.H. Yakup, PETRONAS Research Sdn Bhd; R. Ahmad Affandi, Petronas; L. Riyanto, PETRONAS Research Sdn Bhd; M. Abd. Jalil, Z. JOHAR, Petronas
  • Alternate 220942
    Material Selection, Compound Development Criteria And Elastomer Grade Optimization Of Packer Element In Ccus Storage Well
    S. Meng, CNPC USA; J. Ren, CNPC-USA; P. Cheng, J. li, C. Qi, CNPC USA
  • Alternate 220895
    Impact Of Residual Fluid Composition And Co2 Purity On The Storage Capacity In Depleted Shale Oil Reservoirs In The Presence Of Diffusion And Sorption
    K. Enab, Texas A&M International University

Prepare for an Unforgettable Opening Session!

Through an insightful discussion, we aim to provide a comprehensive understanding of the past, present, and future of innovation within the Oil & Gas industry, inspiring a new era of energy professionals committed to shaping a resilient and sustainable energy landscape.


Moderator: Elena Melchert | Podcast Host and Consultant | Oil and Gas Global Network