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CO2 Storage

A Numerical Simulation Framework for CO2 Sequestration
Assessing Seal Capacity of Exploited Oil and Gas Reservoirs, Aquifers, and Coal Beds for Potential Use in CO2 Sequestration
Collaborative Research on Carbon Sequestration in Saline Aquifers in China
  • Javaheri, M. and K. Jessen. “Integration of counter-current relative permeability in the simulation of CO2 injection into saline aquifers,” International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control (accepted, March 2011).
  • Jahangiri, H. R. and D. Zhang. “Ensemble based co-optimization of carbon dioxide sequestration and enhanced oil recovery,” International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control (under review, 2011).
  • Omambia, A. N., Y. Li, and W. Zhang. “Numerical simulation of carbon dioxide injection in Wangchang Oilfield - Jianghan Basin, China.” Journal of American Science (accepted, 2010).
  • Jiang, Y., L. Li, W. Zhang, and G. B. Qiu. “Numerical Simulation of Potential Effects of CO2Leakage on Shallow Potable Aquifers.” Managing Groundwater and the Environment, IAHS Red Book publication (accepted, 2010).
  • Zhang, W., Y. Li, T. Xu, et al. “Numerical simulation on effects of convective mixing on long term CO2 geological storage in deep saline formations.” Environmental Earth Science (revised paper submitted, 2010).
  • Chen, C. and D. Zhang. “Pore-scale simulation of density-driven convection in fractured porous media during geological CO2 sequestration.” Water Resources Research (under review, 2010).
  • Chen, C. and D. Zhang. “Lattice Boltzmann simulation of the rise and dissolution of two-dimensional immiscible droplets.” Physics of Fluids, 21, 103301, doi:10.1063/1.3253385 (2009).
Experimental Investigations of Multiphase Flow and Trapping of CO2 in Saline Aquifers
Geologic Storage of CO2 in Coal Beds
Geophysical Monitoring of Geologic Sequestration
  • Xu, C. “Estimation of effective compressibility and permeability of porous materials with differential acoustic resonance spectroscopy.” PhD thesis, Dept. of Geophysics, Stanford University (2007).
  • Wu, Chunling, J.M. Harris, K.T. Nihei, and S. Nakagawa, Two-dimensional finite difference seismic modeling of an open fluid-filled fracture: Comparison of thin-layer and linear-slip models, Geophysics, Vol. 70, No. 4, pp. T57-T62, 2005
  • Harris, J. M. and Akintunde, M., Time-lapse monitoring of coalbed natural gas production: A case study from the Powder River basin, Wyoming Geological Survey, Rpt of Investigations No. 55, pp 109-125, 2005
  • Wu, Chunling, Efficient seismic modeling in multi-scale heterogeneous media. PhD Thesis, Department of Geophysics, Stanford University, 2005
  • Wu, Chunling, Jerry M. Harris, An optimized variable-grid finite-difference method for seismic forward modeling, Journal of Seismic Exploration, Vol. 12, 343-353, 2004
  • Wynn, D. “Geophysical Monitoring of Geologic Sequestration in Aquifers and Depleted Oil and Gas Fields.” MS thesis, Dept. of Geophysics, Stanford University (2003).
Rapid Prediction of CO2 Movement in Aquifers, Coal Beds, and Oil and Gas Reservoirs



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