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Recent Papers – April 2012

The following papers on CCS-related topics have been published in SPE journals or included in OnePetro from conferences during the past three months.

 

Peer-Approved Papers

SPE-109506-PA

Analysis of a Model for Anomalous-Diffusion Behavior of CO2 in the Macromolecular-Network Structure of Coal

Mazumder, Saikat; Mazumder, Saikat; Vermolen, Fred;Vermolen, Fred; Bruining, Johannes; Bruining, Johannes

SPE-121272-PA

Injection of Supercritical CO2 Into Deep Saline Carbonate Formations: Predictions From Geochemical Modeling

G. Zhang, C. Taberner and L. Cartwright, Shell International Exploration and Production; and T. Xu, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

SPE-124909-PA

Gas-Compositional Effects on Mineralogical Reactions in Carbon Dioxide Sequestration

Prashanth Mandalaparty, Milind Deo, and Joseph Moore, University of Utah

SPE-126666-PA

Computational Studies of Two-Pase Cement/CO2/Brine Interaction in Wellbore Environments

J. William Carey and Peter C. Lichtner, Los Alamos National Laboratory

SPE-127073-PA

CO2 Injection Performance in the Frutiland Coal Fairway, San Juan Basin: Results of a Field Pilot

Anne Y. Oudinot, SPE, and George J. Koperna Jr., SPE, Advanced Resources International, Inc.; Zeno G. Philip, SPE, Halliburton; Ning Liu, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology; Jason E. Heath, SPE, Sandia National Laboratories; Arthur Wells, US Department of Energy NETL; Genevieve B. Young, SPE, BG Group; and Tom Wilson, West Virginia University

SPE-134583-PA

Carbon Dioxide Storage Capacity of Organic-Rich Shales

S.M. Kang, E. Fathi, R.J. Ambrose, I.Y. Akkutlu, and R.F. Sigal, The University of Oklahoma

SPE-137313-PA

Storage of CO2 as Hydrate in Depleted Gas Reservoirs

Olga Ye. Zatsepina, University of Calgary, and Mehran Pooladi-Darvish, University of Calgary and Fekete Associates

SPE-139616-PA

Unique CO2-Injection Experience in the Bati Raman Field May Lead to a Proposal of EOR/Sequestration CO2 Network in the Middle East

S. Sahin, U. Kalfa, and D. Celebioglu, Turkish Petroleum Corporation

SPE-139716-PA

Perspectives on CCS Cost and Economics

H.S. Kheshgi, SPE, and H. Thomann, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company; N.A. Bhore, Exxon Mobil Corporation; R.B. Hirsch, ExxonMobil Gas and Power Marketing Company; M.E. Parker, ExxonMobil Production Company; and G.F. Teletzke, SPE, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company

SPE-153117-PA

Decision Criteria for Climate Projects

P. Osmundsen, University of Stavanger, and M. Emhjellen, Petoro A/S

SPE-158241-PA

Geologic Heterogeneity and Economic Uncertainty of Subsurface Carbon Dioxide Storage

J.E. Heath, SPE, P.H. Kobos, J.D. Roach, T.A. Dewers, SPE, and S.A. McKenna, Sandia National Laboratories

   
 

Conference Papers

CMTC-149808-MS

An Innovative and Cost Effective CO2 Capture Technology and MPC Technology

R.T. Tang, CEFCO Global Clean Energy; A. Sanyal, International Environmental & Energy Consultants

CMTC-149958-MS

Carbon Dioxide Sequestration in Sandstone Aquifers: How Does It Affect the Permeability?

I.M. Mohamed, SPE, J. He, SPE, H.A. Nasr-El-Din, SPE, Texas A&M University

CMTC-149976-MS

Modeling CO2 Injection Including Diffusion in a Fractured-Chalk Experiment with Initial Water Saturation

S.A. Alavian, PERA, C.H. Whitson, NTNU/PERA

CMTC-150010-MS

Laboratory Measurements of CO2-H2O Interfacial Tension at HP/HT Conditions: Implications for CO2 Sequestration in Deep Aquifers

A. Shariat, SPE, R.G. Moore, SPE, S.A. Mehta, SPE, K.C. Van Fraassen, SPE, University of Calgary; K.E. Newsham, SPE, J.A. Rushing, SPE, Apache

SPE-150019-MS

Safety Aspects of Processing Carbon Dioxide for CCS and CO2-EOR Projects

Hisham Saadawi ADCO, Abu Dhabi, UAE

CMTC-150031-MS

Assessment of CO2 EOR and Its Geo-Storage Potential in Mature Oil Reservoirs, Changqing Oil Field, China

Xinwei Liao, SPE, China University of Petroleum-Beijing, Chunning Gao, Pingcang Wu, Changqing Oil Field, Petrochina, Kun Su, China University of Petroleum-Beijing, Yangnan Shangguan, Changqing Oil Field, Petrochina

CMTC-150050-MS

Study of the CO2 Injection, Storage, and Sequestration in Depleted M4 Carbonate Gas Condensate Reservoir, Malaysia

Mohd Azran Abd Jalil, Rahim Masoudi, Nasir H. Darman, Mohamad Othman, SPE, PETRONAS

CMTC-150157-MS

Numerical and Analytical Optimization of Injection Rate During CO2-EOR and -Sequestration Processes

E. Ghoodjani, SPE, S.H. Bolouri, SPE, EOR Research Institute of NIOC

CMTC-150272-MS

An Assessment of a CO2 Flood for EOR and Sequestration Benefits in the Ordos Basin, Northwest China

X. Ran, Y. Zhao, Petrochina; X. Liao, SPE, China University of Petroleum

CMTC-150291-MS

An Efficient IMPES-Based, Shifting Matrix Algorithm To Simulate Two-Phase, Immiscible Flow in Porous Media With Application to CO2 Sequestration in the Subsurface

A. Salama, S. Sun, M.F. El Amin, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology

CMTC-150308-MS

Lessons Learned from Practical Application of Geochemical Monitoring Methodology to CO2 Storage Site: Specific Case of Claye-Souilly project, Paris Basin, France

P. De Donato, J. Pironon, O. Barres, J. Sausse, Universite de Lorraine; N. Quisel, S. Thomas, Veolia Environnement Recherche & Innovation; Z. Pokryszka, Ineris; A. Laurent, Solexperts

CMTC-150377-MS

NEMS-CTS: A Model and Framework for Comprehensive Assessment of CCS and Infrastructure

C.A. Zelek, R.A. Geisbrecht, T.C. Grant, National Energy Technology Laboratory; L.A. Goudarzi, K.M. Callahan, OnLocation; W. M. Babuich, MRIGlobalAndrew

CMTC-150460-MS

Infrastructure Analysis for Geologic CO2 Storage Applications in the Arches Province of the Midwest United States

Joel Sminchak, Shawn Majors, Srikanta Mishra, and Yagna Oruganti, Battelle, Columbus, Ohio, USA

CMTC-150951-MS

Integrally Geared Centrifugal Compressors for High-Pressure CO2

C. Wacker, K.Kisor, MAN Diesel & Turbo

CMTC-150981-MS

Determining the Applicability of Carbon Capture and Storage Under Best Available Control Technologies (BACT) for Any New or Modified Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) Permits for Electric Generation

S.M. Carpenter, Advanced Resources International

CMTC-150982-MS

The Case for CCS as a Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)

S.M. Carpenter, Advanced Resources International

CMTC-151025-MS

Feasibility of Transportation and Geologic Sequestration of Carbon in the Florida Panhandle

B.K. Poiencot, C.J. Brown, University of North Florida; R. Esposito, Southern Company

CMTC-151027-MS

NETL CO2 Injection and Storage Cost Model

T.C. Grant, D. Morgan, US DOE/National Energy Technology Laboratory; M. Godec, R. Lawrence, Advanced Resources International; J. Valenstein, R. Murray, Booz Allen Hamilton

CMTC-151042-MS

Flow Simulation of CO2 Storage in Saline Aquifers Using a Black Oil Simulator

Seyed Mohammad Shariatipour, SPE, G.E. Pickup, SPE, E.J. Mackay, SPE, Heriot-Watt University and N. Heinemann, University of Edinburgh

CMTC-151075-MS

Dynamic Response of Monoethanolamine (MEA) CO2 Capture Units

R. Brasington, H. Herzog, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

CMTC-151101-MS

Canadian Oil Sands Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting Programs: Source, Scope, and Enforcement

P. Sametz, J. Beaudry, Connacher Oil and Gas; C. Crawford, Stantec Consulting

CMTC-151122-MS

Radiative Forcing Due to Reduction in Albedo by New Zealand Pasture/Forest and Equivalent CO2 Absorption

Kailash Prasad Thakur and Donna Giltrap, Landcare Research, Palmerston North, New Zealand; Ashish Raj, Cornell University, USA

CMTC-151123-MS

CO2 Capture Technology by Using Semi-clathrate Hydrates

H. Ida, M. Ono, N. Takasu, JFE Engineering; T. Ebinuma, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science/Technology

CMTC-151137-MS

Assessment of Top Gas Recycling Blast Furnace: A Technology To Reduce CO2 Emissions in the Steelmaking Industry

K. Afanga, O. Mirgaux, F. Patisson, Nancy University

SPE-151142-MS

Formation Damage Due to CO2 Sequestration in Deep Saline Carbonate Aquifers

I.M. Mohamed, and H.A. Nasr-El-Din, Texas A&M University, all SPE members

CMTC-151144-MS

Development of a Risk Register for an Integrated Carbon Capture and Storage Project

J.E. Aarnes, DNV; G. Hill, Southern States Energy Board

CMTC-151183-MS

Simulation Study of CO2-Assisted Waterflooding for Enhanced Heavy Oil Recovery and Geological Storage

M. Derakhshanfar, M. Nasehi, SPE, IPAC-CO2 Research Inc., K. Asghari, SPE, Husky Energy Inc

CMTC-151218-MS

Global Energy Management System

Brian D. Eidt, ExxonMobil

CMTC-151224-MS

A Sensible Route to Energy Efficiency Improvement and GHG Management in the Steel Industry

J. Cao, M. Lanyi, J. Terrible, Air Products and Chemicals; R. Vaynshteyn, Danieli Corus; S. Van Dyke, M. Schott, UOP

CMTC-151230-MS

The SECARB Anthropogenic Test: The First US Integrated Capture, Transportation, and Storage Test

G.J. Koperna, V.A. Kuuskraa, D.e. Riestenberg, Advanced Resources International; R. Rhudy, R. Trautz, Electric Power Research Institute; G. Hill, Southern States Energy Board; R.A. Esposito, Southern Company

CMTC-151250-MS

Comparison of Brine Production Scenarios for Geologic Carbon Sequestration Operations

K.W. Bandilla, B. Court, T.R. Elliot, M.A. Celia, Princeton University

CMTC-151252-MS

Evaluation of Large-Scale Geologic Carbon Sequestration Potential in the Virginia Piedmont and Coastal Plain

B. Roth, Virginia Center for Coal and Energy Research; K. Hernon, W. Lassetter, Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals, and Energy; N. Ripepi, Virginia Center for Coal and Energy Research

CMTC-151260-MS

Assessing the Cost of Carbon Capture and Storage--Users Beware

E.S. Rubin, Carnegie Mellon University

CMTC-151265-MS

Dynamics of CO2 Transport and Injection Strategies in a Depleted Gas Field

J. Veltin, S.P.C. Belfroid, TNO

CMTC-151275-MS

The Smart Green": A New Model for the Optimal Carbon Management"

L. Pinto, Member, IEEE and P. Leite, Member, IEEE

CMTC-151307-MS

Implementing Simulation and Artificial Intelligence Tools To Optimize the Performance of the CO2 Sequestration in Coalbed Methane Reservoirs

M. Mohammadpoor, SPE, A. Qazvini Firouz, SPE, and F. Torabi, SPE, University of Regina

CMTC-151319-MS

Northwest Java and East Natuna Field: Perspective To Apply Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in Indonesia

B.T.H. Marbun, S.Z. Sinaga, H.S. Lie, A. Promediaz, Institut Teknologi Bandung

CMTC-151336-MS

Carbon Accounting Protocol in Construction

X. Liu, S. Hsu, Q. Cui, University of Maryland

CMTC-151341-MS

Energy Efficiency and GHG Emissions for Alternative Iron- and Steelmaking Process Technologies

Y. Gordon, M. Freislich, S. Kumar, Hatch

CMTC-151345-MS

The Effects of Anisotropy and Heterogeneity on CO2 Dissolution in Deep Saline Aquifers

Amir Taheri, SPE, NTNU, Dag Wessel-Berg, SPE, Sintef Petroleum Research, Ole Torsæter, Mansour Soroush, SPE, NTNU

CMTC-151349-MS

A Risk-Based Monitoring Plan for the Fort Nelson Feasibility Project

C.D. Gorecki, J.A. Sorensen, R.J. Klapperich, L.S. Botnen, E.N. Steadman, J.A. Harju, Energy & Environmental Research Center

CMTC-151351-MS

Coupled CO2 Sequestration and Energy Production From Geopressured-Geothermal Aquifers

Reza Ganjdanesh, SPE, Steven L. Bryant, SPE, Raymond L. Orbach, Gary A. Pope, SPE, Kamy Sepehrnoori, SPE, The University of Texas at Austin

CMTC-151370-MS

Optimal Control of Injection/Extraction Wells for the Surface Dissolution CO2 Storage Strategy

Qing Tao and Steven L. Bryant, The University of Texas at Austin

CMTC-151373-MS

CO2 Capture Using Advanced Carbon Sorbents

G. Krishnan, M. Hornbostel, J. Bao, A. Sanjurjo, SRI International; J. Sweeney, D. Carruthers, M. Petruska, ATMI

CMTC-151393-MS

Viability of CO2 Injection and Storage in Deepwater Subseabed Formations: Case Studies

N. Pilisi, D. Ghorbani, Blade Energy Partners

CMTC-151396-MS

CO2 Sequestration in Deepwater Sediments: Optimization and Parametric Studies

D. Ghorbani, N. Pilisi, S. Vasantharajan, Blade Energy Partners

CMTC-151426-MS

Greenhouse Gas Reporting for Geologic Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide

M. de Figueiredo, L. Bacanskas, M. Kolian, US Environmental Protection Agency

CMTC-151428-MS

Large Volume of CO2 Injection at the Cranfield, Early Field Test of the SECARB Phase III: Near-Surface Monitoring

C. Yang, K. Romanak, The University of Texas at Austin; R.M. Holt, The University of Mississippi; J. Lindner, L. Smith, Mississippi State University; R. Trevino, The University of Texas at Austin; F. Roecker, Y. Xia, J. Rickerts, Mississippi State University; S. Horvorka, The University of Texas at Austin

CMTC-151437-MS

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS): Context and Contrasts of Voluntary and Mandatory Reporting in the US

K. Ritter, S. Crookshank, American Petroleum Institute; M. Lev-on, The LEVON Group; T. Shires, URS

CMTC-151446-MS

Impact of CO<sub>2</sub> Emissions Policy and System Configuration on Optimal Operation of an Integrated Fossil-Renewable Energy Park

C.A. Kang, SPE, A.R. Brandt, SPE, L.J. Durlofsky, SPE, Department of Energy Resources Engineering, Stanford University

CMTC-151454-MS

CO2 Injection in a Saline Formation: How Do Additional Data Change Uncertainties in Our Reservoir Simulation Predictions?

Ozgur Senel, SPE, Schlumberger Carbon Services and Nikita Chugunov, SPE, Schlumberger - Doll Researc

CMTC-151471-MS

What Is Next in Geologic CO2 Storage Research?

J. Litynski, T. Rodosta, US DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory; L. Myer, R. Kane, G. Washington, Leonardo Technologies

CMTC-151476-MS

Integrating CO2 EOR and CO2 Storage in the Bell Creek Oil Field

Charles D. Gorecki, John A. Hamling, Ryan J. Klapperich, Edward N. Steadman, John A. Harju, Energy & Environmental Research Center

CMTC-151479-MS

Design and Analysis of CO2 Capture, Transport, and Storage Networks

Ahmed Alhajaj, and Nilay Shah, Imperial College London

CMTC-151483-MS

Simulation of Leakage Scenarios for CO2 Storage at Gordon Creek, Utah

D.S. Achanta, SPE, R.S. Balch, SPE, R.B. Grigg, SPE, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

CMTC-151485-MS

Effects of Aquifer Parameters on Long-Term Storage of Carbon Dioxide in Saline Aquifers

A. Torn, SPE, F. Torabi, SPE, K. Asghari, SPE, M. Mohammadpoor, SPE, University of Regina

CMTC-151504-MS

Subsurface Monitoring of Large-Scale CO2 Injection at SECARBC's Phase III Cranfield Site

V. Nuñez-Lopez, S.D. Hovorka, The University of Texas at Austin

CMTC-151514-MS

Utilization of Carbon Dioxide as Regenerative Agent for Deactivated Co-Ni Steam Reforming Catalysts

F. Alenazey, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology; S.S.E.H. Elnashaie, University of British Columbia; A.A. Adesina, University of New South Wales

CMTC-151516-MS

Wellbore Leakage Model for Above-Zone Monitoring at Cranfield, MS

Qing Tao, Steven L. Bryant, Tip A. Meckel and Zhiyuan Luo, The University of Texas at Austin

CMTC-151566-MS

The Plains CO2 Reduction (PCOR) Partnership: Progressing Geologic Storage Through Applied Research

E.N. Steadman, J.A. Harju, C.D. Gorecki, K.K. Anagnost, Energy & Environmental Research Center

CMTC-151614-MS

Carbon Capture and Storage in Indian Coal Seams

V. Vishal, T.N. Singh, Indian Institute of Technology; P.G. Ranjith, Monash University

CMTC-151635-MS

US DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory's Post Combustion Carbon Capture R&D Program

J.P. Ciferno, National Energy Technology Laboratory; R.K. Munson, J.T. Murphy, Leonardo Technologies

CMTC-151679-MS

A Graphical Solution To Model the Flow of Compressible CO2 in Aquifers

Rouzbeh Ghanbarnezhad M., Texas A&M University-Kingsville

CMTC-151716-MS

The Longannet to Goldeneye Project: Challenges in Developing an End-to- End CCS Scheme

P. Garnham, O. Tucker; Shell Projects and Technology

CMTC-151732-MS

Enhancement of CO2 Absorption in Aqueous Diethanolamine Amine Using Microchannel Contactors

Amir Shooshtari, University of Maryland, College Park, U.S.A.; Radoslaw Kuzmicki, Mannheim University of Applied Sciences, Frankenthal, Germany; Serguei Dessiatoun, University of Maryland, College Park, U.S.A.; Mohamed Alshehhi, Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.; Ebrahim Al-Hajri, Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E. and Michael Ohadi, University of Maryland, College Park, U.S.A.

CMTC-151746-MS

Active CO2 Reservoir Management for CO2 Capture, Utilization, and Storage: An Approach to Improve CO2 Storage Capacity and to Reduce Risk

T.A. Buscheck, SPE, Y. Sun, M. Chen, Yue Hao, T.J. Wolery, S.J. Friedmann, SPE, R.D. Aines, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

CMTC-151748-MS

Improved Force Balance for Predicting Vertical Migration of CO2 From Geologic Sequestration Sites

Shibo Wang and Andres Clarens, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Virginia

CMTC-151756-MS

CO2 Sequestration in Deepwater Sediments Offshore Japan

N. Pilisi, D. Ghorbani, S. Vasantharajan, Blade Energy Partners

CMTC-151809-MS

The Rock Springs Uplift: A Premier CO2 Storage Site in Wyoming

R.C. Surdam, S. Dahl, R. Hurless, Z. Jiao, Y. Ganshin, R. Bentley, M. Garcia-Gonzalez, Carbon Management Institute

CMTC-151902-MS

Implementation Barriers of Carbon Management Technologies of Industries in Northern Mindanao

D.D.A. Manulat, Iligan Medical Center College

CMTC-151958-MS

A Carbon Management Experience

M. Whaley, Allergan

CMTC-152259-MS

The Cement Industry Roadmap to Reduce Carbon Emissions

L. Barcelo, J. Kline, Lafarge

SPE-152578-MS

Database of CO2 Emission Sources and Analysis of Geological Structures for a Carbon Sequestration Project in Iran

Mohsen Saeed, SPE, Emad Roayaie, SPE, Mahmoud Reza Jazayeri, SPE, Mohammad Sabor Malaki, SPE, Majid Minaie, SPE, Mohammad Ali Emadi, IOR Research Institute, National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC)

SPE-152755-MS

A Riveting Review of Worldwide Industrial Geological Carbon Capture and Storage Projects with the Junction of CO2 Emissions in Algeria

Abdelhakim Deghmoum, Sonatrach/AMT/The Division of Laboratories, Boumerdes, 35000, Algeria, and Kamel Baddari, the University of M'hamed Bougara Boumerdes (UMBB)/FS/Physics Depart/LIMOSE Laboratory, Algeria

SPE-153307-MS

Analytical Estimation of CO2 Storage Capacity in Depleted Oil and Gas Reservoirs Based on Thermodynamic State Functions

Ernesto Valbuena, Maria Barrufet, and Gioia Falcone, Texas A&M University

SPE-153843-MS

Uncertainty Analysis of a CO2 Sequestration Project Using Surrogate Reservoir Modeling Technique

Shohreh Amini, SPE, West Virginia University, Shahab Mohaghegh, SPE, West Virginia University and Intelligent Solutions Inc., Razi Gaskari, SPE, Intelligent Solution Inc, Grant Bromhal, SPE, USA Department of Energy

SPE-153920-MS

Evaluation of CO2-EOR and Sequestration in Alaska West Sak Reservoir Using Four-Phase Simulation Model

Vahid Nourpour Aghbash, SPE, Mohabbat Ahmadi, SPE, University of Alaska Fairbanks

SPE-154114-MS

Applying Method of Characteristics to Model the Flow of Compressible CO2 in Aquifers

Rouzbeh Ghanbarnezhad Moghanloo, SPE, Texas A&M University-Kingsville

SPE-160881-MS

Carbon Dioxide Sequestration: Modeling the Diffusive and Convective Transport under a CO2 Cap

Rebecca Allen, Shuyu Sun, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology

 

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