The 11th SPE Comparative Solution Project: A CO2 Storage Inspired Comparative Solution Project
Wednesday, 29 March | 1715 - 1845 | Grand Ballroom B
This session is the announcement of, and call for participation in, the 11th SPE comparative solution project (CSP). The 11th SPE CSP It is motivated on the simulation challenges associated with CO2 storage operations in geological settings of realistic complexity. The CSP contains three versions: Version 11A is a 2D geometry at the laboratory scale, inspired by a recent CO2 storage forecasting and validation study. For Version 11B, the 2D geometry and operational conditions from 11A are rescaled to field conditions characteristic of the Norwegian Continental Shelf. Finally, for Version 11C, the geometry of version 11B is extruded to a full 3D field model. The CSP has a two-year timeline, being launched at the 2023 SPE Reservoir Simulation Conference, and culminating at the 2025 SPE Reservoir Simulation Conference.
The proposal was prepared and coordinated by Jan M. Norbotten, Martin Ferno, University of Bergen; Tony Kovscek, Stanford University; Knut-Andreas Lie, SINTEF and Bernd Flemish, University of Stuttgart.
Jan M. Nordbotten
University of Bergen