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CCUS - Unlocking the Potential of a Decarbonized Future

Tuesday, 24 September
220 - 222
Technical Session
Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) is a crucial technology for tackling climate change by capturing carbon emissions from various industries, producing cleaner energy, and potentially removing existing carbon dioxide. Its multi-faceted approach reduces greenhouse gas emissions, improves energy security, and creates economic opportunities. This session explores CCUS technologies, their potential, advancements, utilization options, geomechanical risks, and safe storage methods, highlighting their role in the global transition to decarbonized energy future.
Session Chairpersons
Henry Lopez - Saudi Aramco
Cassandra Dewan, Audit to Optimize Engineer - SLB
Esuru Okoroafor, Assistant Professor - Texas A & M University
  • 0830-0855 220960
    Ccus: Risks And Obstacles
    D. Meehan, Texas A&M University
  • 0855-0920 220803
    Improving Saline Aquifer Caprock Integrity In CO2 Geosequestration Using Waste Plastics
    H. Chen, S. Zhu, Aramco Americas: Aramco Research Center-Boston
  • 0920-0945 220867
    Enhancing Cement Integrity In CO2 Sequestration Wells - Advanced Strategies And Implications For Environmental Regulatory Standards
    M. MENG, Los Alamos National Laboratory; L. Zhou, Schlumberger Limited; S. Baldino, University of Tulsa; Y. Liu, SLB; L. Frash, B. Carey, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • 1015-1040
    Energy-efficient Amine Regeneration For Absorption-based Carbon Capture: Detailed Kinetic Studies For Co2 Mineralization
    K. Mohanty, C. Oeiyono, The University of Texas at Austin; R. Ratnakar, Shell Intl E&P, Inc.
  • 1040-1105 220743
    Improving Injectivity Of CO2 In Saline Aquifers Through Chemical Additives
    G. Penny, S.M. Bhagwat, C. Shuchart, V.P. Gupta, ExxonMobil Technology & Engineering
  • 1105-1130 220815
    Accelerated Carbon Capture And Storage Via Mineral Carbonation: A Laboratory-scale Investigation
    M. Hernandez Madero, B. Hascakir, Texas A&M University
  • Alternate 220831
    Phase Behavior Experiments And Modeling Of Co2-water-amine Mixture Based On Huron-vidal Mixing Rule For Ccs Applications.
    S.S. Gupta, Shell Global Solutions International BV; C. Oeiyono, Univ. of Texas Austin; R. Ratnakar, Shell Intl E&P, Inc.; B. Dindoruk, University of Houston; K. Mohanty, The University of Texas At Austin
  • Alternate 220974
    Quantification Of The Effect Of Co2 Storage On Co2-brine Relative Permeability In Sandstone Reservoirs: An Experimental Study
    M. Ahmed, B. Dindoruk, University of Houston; S. Gautam, Computer Modelling Group Ltd
  • Alternate 220753
    Insights Into The Impacts Of Heterogeneity And Capillary Pressure In CO2 Storage In Depleted Gas Reservoirs With A Focus On Water Backflow And Hydrate Formation
    B. Batista Fernandes, V. Indina, M. Delshad, The University of Texas At Austin; R. Farajzadeh, Shell; K. Sepehrnoori, The University of Texas At Austin
  • Alternate 221060
    Physiochemical And Mechanical Aspects Of Co2 Storage In Deep Saline Aquifers: An Experimental Study
    M. Ahmed, B. Dindoruk, University of Houston

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