Poster Session B

 Wednesday 22nd 13.40 - 15.40

Developments in CO2 Storage II


1. Methodology To Determine The Economics of CO2 Storage in Coal Seams with Enhanced Coalbed Methane Recovery, Regina Sander, Guy Allinson, The University of New South Wales, CO2CRC; Luke Connell, CSIRO Earth Sciences and Resource Engineering

2. Permeability and Injectivity Improvement in Enhanced Coalbed Methane Wells: Thermal Stimulation of The Near Wellbore Region, Amer Syed, Ji-Quan Shi, Sevket Durucan, Imperial College London

3. Gas Mixture Enhanced Coalbed Methane Recovery, Zhiming Fang, Xiaochun Li, Haixiang Hu, Chinese Academy of Sciences

4. Coal Characterization for ECBM Recovery: Gas Sorption Under Dry and Humid Conditions, and Its Effect on Displacement Dynamics, Ronny Pini, Dorian Marx, Marco Mazzotti, ETH Zurich, Institute of Process Engineering; Luigi Burlini, ETH Zurich, Geological Institute; Guiseppe Storti, ETH Zurich, Institute for Chemical and Bioengineering

EOR 5. Experimental Studies of CO2 and CH4 Diffusion Coefficient in Bulk Oil and Porous Media, Datachawan Unatrakarn, Jose Condor, IPAC-CO2, Koorosh Asghari, IPAC-CO2 and University of Regina

6. Worldwide Development Potential for Sour Gas, Wim Burgers, Scott Northrop, Haroon Kheshgi, Jamie Valencia, ExxonMobil

7. Proxy Models for Prediction of Enhanced Oil Recovery from Tertiary CO2 Flooding, Alv-Arne Grimstad, Dag Wessel-Berg, SINTEF Petroleum Research

8. Feasibility of CO2 Storage in A Typical Naturally Fractured Reservoir, Farshid Torabi, University of Regina; Koorosh Asghari, University of Regina and IPAC-CO2; Jose Condor, IPAC-CO2

Coal Fields 9. CO2 Storage in Coal Through Enhanced Coalbed Methane (ECBM): How Does It Currently Fit Into The Global CCS Strategy? Frank Van Bergen, Tim Tambach, Henk Pagnier, TNO

10. Adsorption and Mineral Trapping Dominate CO2 Storage in Coal Systems, Susanne Golding, Tonguc Uysal, Joan Esterle, University of Queensland & CO2CRC; Chris Boreham, Geoscience Australia & CO2CRC; Dirk Kirste, Simon Fraser University & CO2CRC; Kim Baublys, University of Queensland

11. CO2 Storage in Coal Seams, Eric Gaucher, Pierrick D. Defossez, BRGM: Jean-Robert Disnar, Fatima Laggoun-Defarge, CNRS-ISTO; Chrisophe Garnier, Gisele Finqueneisel, Thierry Zimmy, University Metz LCME; Dragan Grgic, INPL Nancy Laego; Zbigniew Porkryszka, INERIS; Sandrine Vidal-Gilbert, Total

Environmental Impacts of CO2 Storage 12. Reactive Transport Modelling To Assess Geochemical Monitoring for Detection of CO2 Intrusion Into Shallow Aquifers, Sven Fahrner, Dep Applied Geology; Dirk Schäfer, Institute of Geosciences; Andreas Dahmke, University of Kiel

13. Potential Impact of CO2 Storage on Subsurface Microbial Ecosystems and Implications for Groundwater Quality, Julia West, Christopher Rochelle, British Geological Survey; Alex Bond, Laura Limer, James Wilson, Quintessa UK; Hiroyasu Tasake, Quintessa Japan; Ian Mckinley, McKinley Consulting

14. Reactive Transport Modelling for Impact Assessment of A CO2 Intrusion on Trace Elements Mobility Within Fresh Groundwater and Its Natural Attenuation for Potential Remediation, Chan Quang Vong, BRGM

15. Forcing CO2 Trapping As A Remediation Technique for Abandonment of A Deep Saline Aquifer Storage Site in Case of Irreversible Abnormal Behavior, Arnaud Réveillère, Jérémy Rohmer, BRGM

16. Potential for Iron Oxides To Control Metal Releases in CO2 Sequestration Scenarios, Peter Berger, William Roy, Illinois State Geologic Survey

17. Active Microbial Communities in Gas Reservoirs in The North German Plain and The Effects of High CO2 Concentrations, Martin Krüger, Janin Frerichs, Dagmar Kock, BGR; Claudia Gniese, TUBAF

18. Effects of Elevated CO2 Concentrations on Denitrifying and Nitrifying Popualtions at Terrestrial CO2 Leakeage Analogous Sites, Marie Christine Dictor, Catherine Joulian, Valérie Laperche, Stéphanie Coulon, Dominique Breeze, BRGM

19. Laboratory Experiments on Core-Scale Behavior of CO2 Exolved from CO2-Saturated Brine, Jean-Chrisophe Perrin, Nancy University; Ronald Falta, Clemson University; Sam Krevor, Sally Benson, Stanford University

20. Environmental Consequences of Potential Leaks of Impure CO2 in Soil, Yang Wei, Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Michael Steven, University of Nottingham

21. Development of Prediction Methods of CO2 Influence to Marine Environment, Plankton and Benthos Around Seabed, Michimasa Magi, Yukihiro Yazaki, RITE

22. Transient Changes in Shallow Groundwater Chemistry During The Msu Zert CO2 Injection Experiment, John Apps, Liange Zheng, Nicolas Spucher, Jens Birkholzer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Yousif Kharaka, James Thordsen, Evangelos Kakouros, U.S. Geological Survey; Robert Trautz, Electric Power Research Institute

23. Soil Microbial Community Change as a Result of Long-Term Exposure to Natural CO2 Seeps, B.I. Oppermann, W. Michaelis, University of Hamburg; M. Blumenberg, Georg-August-University Göttingen; J. Frerichs, M. Krüger, BGR

Field Studies

24. Analytical Analysis of Layer Spreading in The CO2 Plume at Sleipner, Frances Boait, Mike Bickle, Nicky White, University of Cambridge; Andy Chadwick, British Geological Society

25. Monitoring Techniques of a Natural Analogue for Sub-Seabed CO2 Leakage, Giorgio Caramann, The University of Nottingham

26. Changes in Geophysical Observables Caused by CO2 Injection Into Saline Aquifers, Tsueno Ishido, Toshiyuki Tosha, Yuji Nishi, Mituhiko Suighara, Yuki Kano, Geological Survey of Japan, AIST;  Chitoshi Akasaka, Shigetaka Nakanishi, Jpower

27. Reservoir Geomechanics Case Study of Seal Integrity Under CO2 Storage Conditions at Ketzin, Germany, Amélie Ouellet, Thomas Bérard, Yusuf Pamucku, Suzanne Hurter, Schlumberger Carbon Services; Peter Frykman, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS); James Minton, Schlumberger Reservoir Geomechanics Center of Excellence; Connie Schmidt-Hattenberger, GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ)

28. Characterizing Near-Surface CO2 Conditions Before Injection - Perspectives from a CCS Project in The Illinois Basin, USA, Randall Locke, Ivan Krapac Elizabeth Curtis-Robinson, University of Illinois, Institute of Natural Resource Sustainability, Illinois State Geological Survey; Jennifer Lewicki, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

29. Carbon Dioxide Volume Estimated from Seismic Data After Six Years of Injection in The Oil Field of Buracica, Bahia, Patrice Ricarte, Martine Ancel, Marc Bequey, IFP; Rodolfo Dino, Paulo Rocha, Marco Schinelli, Petrobras

30. Time-Lapse EM Monitoring of CO2 Injection at Ketzin (Germany) Using The LEMAM Array, Jean-Francois Girard, Jeremy Rohmer, Bernard Bourgeo, Nicolas Coppo, Veronique Naudet, BRGM; Connie Schmidt-Hattenberger, GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ)

31. Time-Lapse CSEM Sensitivity Analysis and Mapping of Subsurface CO2 Storage, Anwar Hossain Bhuiyan, Martin Landrø, NTNU; Amir Ghaderi, NTNU and SINTEF Petroleum Research

32. Seismic Modeling of CO2 Fluid Substitution for The Heartland Area Redwater CO2 Storage Project (HARP), Alberta, Canada, Taher Sodagar, Don Lawton, University of Calgary

33. Measurement of Shear Wave Velocity During Laboratory CO2 Permeability Tests, Toyokazu Ogawa, Tomoyuki Aoki, Taisei Corporation Technology Center; Masatoshi Yokoyama, Taisei Service, Techno Center

34. CO2CRC Otway Project – Soil Gas Baseline and Assurance Monitoring 2007-2009, Ulrike Schacht, Miles Regan, CO2CRC; Mario Werner, CO2CRC and Department of Industry and Resources; Chris Boreham, Geoscience Australia

35. CO2-Storage – from Lab to Reality; CO2 –Injection and Storage as Part of The Vattenfall Demonstration Project Jänschwalde (East-Germany), Andrea Mueller, Klaus-Peter Rehmer, Matthias Schwabe, Linda Zelter, UGS GmbH Mittenwalde; Thomas Lautsch, Vattenfall Europe Technology Research GmbH

36. Surface and Subsurface Geochemical Monitoring of a Brazilian EOR-CO2 Petroleum Field: A Benchmark for The Monitoring of CO2 Storage Sites, Caroline Magnier, Vergile Rouchon, Yannick Peysson, IFP; Rodolfo Dino, Bandeira Carlos, Ronaldo Goncalves, Petrobras

37. Application of a Vertical Electric Resistivity Array (VERA) for Monitoring CO2 Migration at The CO2SINK Site: First Performance Evaluation, Cornelia Schmidt-Hattenberger, Peter Bergmann, Kay Krüger, GFZ; Dana Kießling, GFZ and University of Leipzig; Carsten Rücker, University of Leipzig; Harmut Schütt, Statoil

38. Characterizing and Predicting Short Term Performance for The In-Salah Krechba Field CCS Joint Industry Project, Yusuf Pamucku, Laurent Jammes, Dat Vu-Hoan, Larry Pekot, Schlumberger

39. In-Salah CO2 Storage JIP: Carbon Dioxide Plume Extension Around KB-502 Well - New Insights into Reservoir Behaviour at The in Salah Storage Site, Seveket Durucan, Ji-Quan Shi, Calgar Sinayuc, Anna Korre, Imperial College London

40. Northwest Mcgregor Field CO2 Huff ‘N’ Puff: A Case Study of The Application of Field Monitoring and Modeling Techniques for CO2 Prediction and Accounting, James A. Sorensen, Damion J. Knudsen, Steven A. Smith, Charles D. Gorecki, Edward N. Steadman, John A. Harju, Energy & Environmental Research Center

41. The Challenges on The CCGS Monitoring in The Development of Santos Basin Presalt Cluster, Clarissa Melo, Edgar Thedy, Paulo Rocha, Alberta Sampaio, Petrobras

42. Geomechanical Modeling for CO2 Storage in Wabamun Lake Area of Alberta, Canada, Someyah Goodarzi, Antonin Settari, David Keith, University of Calgary

43. A U.S. NGO’s Perspectives on Airside Monitoring, Verification and Accounting for Saline and EOR Geologic Carbon Storage, Bruce Hill, Clean Air Task Force

44. Quantification Techniques for CO2 Leakage, Anna Korre, Claire Imrie, Imperial College London; Franz May, BGR; Stan Beaubien, University of Rome La Sapienza; Vincent Vandeweijer, TNO; Sergio Persoglia, OGS; Lars Golmen, NIVA; Peter Johanness, GEUS; Tim Dixon, IEAGHG

45. A Comparative Assessment of The Performance of Airborne and Spaceborne Spectral Data in Detecting Surface CO2 Leakages, Rajesh Govinda, Anna Korre, Sevket Durucan, Claire Imrie, Imperial College London

46. Time Series Analysis of Surface Deformation Related with CO2 Injection by Satellite-Borne SAR Interferometry at in Salah, Algeria, Takumi Onuma, Kinya Okada, JGI Inc; Akira Otsubo, Japan Petroleum Exploration Co. Ltd

47. Tracking and CO2 Leakage from Deep Saline to Fresh Groundwaters: Development of Sensitive Monitoring Technique, Pauline Humez, Pascal Audigane, Julie Lyons, Philippe Négrel, BRGM; Vincent Lagneau, MINES ParisTech

48. Results of Mineralogic-Petrographical Studies and Numerical Modeling of Water-Rock-CO2 System of The Potential Storage Site Within The Belchatow Area (Poland), Radoslaw Tarkowski, Magdalen Wdowin, Mineral and Energy Economy Research Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences; Kryzysztof Labus, Silesian University of Technology

49. U.S. Department of Energy’s Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership Program: Update on Validation and Development Phases, Traci Rodosta, John Litynski, Sean Plasynski, NETL, U.S. Department of Energy; Lee Spangler, Big Sky Carbon Sequestration Partnership, Montana State University; Robert Finley, Midwest Geological Sequestration Consortium, Illinois State Geological Survey; Edward Steadman, Plains CO2 Reduction Partnership, Energy & Environmental Research Center; David Ball, Midwest Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership, Battelle; Geradld Hill, Southeast Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership, Southern States Energy Board; Brian McPhearson, Southwest Regional Partnership on Carbon Sequestration,  New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology; Lary Myer, West Coast Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnership, Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory

50. Impact of  High Resolution Radar Imagery on Reservoir Monitoring, Alessandra Ferretti, Andrea Tamburini, Fabrizio Novali, Alfio Fumagalli, Tele-Rilevamento Europa – T.R.E. Srl; Giacomo Falorni, TRE Canada Inc; Alessio Rucci, Politecnico di Milano

51. Quantitative CO2 Saturation Estimation from Time Lapse Sonic Logs by Consideration of Uniform and Patchy Saturation, Hiriyuki Azuma, Chisato Konichi, Dai Nobuoka, Oyo Corporation; Zique Xue, Kyoto University; Jiro Watnanabe, Geophysical Surveying Co.

52. History-Match of CO2 Injection into A Typical U.S. Gulf Coast Anticline Structure, Jean-Philippe Nicot, Jong-Wong Choi, Timothy A. Meckel, Susadn D. Hovorka, The University of Texas at Austin

53. CO2 Sequestration in Basaltic Rocks in Iceland: Development of a Piston-Type Downhole Sampler for CO2-Rich Fluids and Tracers, Helgi A. Alfresdesson, Domenik Wolff-Boenisch, Andri Stefansson, University of Iceland

54. The Site Monitoring Program of The Lacq Industrial CCS Reference Project (France), Joëlle Hy-Billiot, Marc Lescanne, Gérard Mouronval, Nicoals Aimard, TOTAL; Catherine Prinet, TOTAL E&P

55. First Steps in Coupling Continuous Carbon Isotopic Measurements with Already Proven Subsurface Gas Monitoring Methods Above Underground Carbon Dioxide Storage Sites, Stéphane Lafortune, Zbigniew Porkrysza, Gaëtan Bentivegna, Philippe Gombert, Régis Farret, INERIS; Carine Chaduteau, Pierre Agrinier, IPGP

56. Leakage Detection and Characterization Through Pressure Monitoring, Mehdi Zeidouni, Mehran Poolardi-Darvish, David Keith, University of Calgary

57. Coupled Nonisothermal, Multiphase Fluid Flow, and Geomechanical Modeling of Ground Surface Deformations and Potential for Induced Micro-Seismicity at The in Salah CO2 Storage Operation, Algeria, Jonny Rutqvist, Hoi-Hai Liu, Don Vasco, Lahau Pan, Ernie Majer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

58. Development of a Monitoring Plan for The Vedsted Structure in Denmark, Rob Arts, CO2GEONET – TNO; Andy Chadwick, CO2GEONET – BGS; Christian Bernstone, Ann Sørensen, Vattenfall Research and Development AB

59. in Salah Gas CO2 Storage JIP: Surface Gas and Biological Monitoring, David Jones, Robert Lister, Daniel Smith, Julia West, British Geological Survey; Alain Gadalia, Michel Brach, Bureau de Recherche Geologique et Miniere; Aldo Annunziatellis, Salvatore Lombardi, Sapienza Universita di Roma

60. in Salah CO2 Injection Modelling: A Preliminary Approach to Predict Short Term Reservoir Behaviour, Axelle Baroni, Audrey Estublier, Jean-Marc Daniel, Florence Adjémian, Jean-Pierre Deflandre, IFP

61. Baseline Measurements of Soil Gas in Italy: Implications for CO2 Carbon Sequestration, Giancarlo Ciotoli, Stanley Beaubien, Sabina Bigi, Aldo Annunziatellis, Giorgio Caramanna, Salvatore Lombardi, University of Rome

62. A Three Dimensional Representation of The Fracture Network of a CO2 Reservoir from The Natural Laboratory  of Latera Caldera (Central Italy); Implication for CO2 Geological Storage: Annalisa Alemanni, Sabina Bigi, Maurizio Battaglia, Annalisa Campana, Salvatore Lombardi, University of Rome;  Elena Borisova, Matteo Loizzo, Schlumberger

63. Results of a Monitoring Pilot with a Permanent Buried Multi-Component Seismic Array at Ketzin, Rob Arts, Jan Brouwer, Mike van der Werf, Rik Noorlandt, Bob Paap Wilfred Visser, Vincent Vandeweijer, TNO; Stefan Leuth, Rudi Giese, GFZ, Jos Maas, Shell

64. in Salah CO2 Storage JIP: CO2 Sequestration Monitoring and Verification Technologies Applied at Krechba, Algeria, Alan Mathieson, John Midgely, Iain Wright, BP Alternative Energy; Nabil Saoula, Philip Ringrose, Statoil ASA

65. Geophysical Methods for CO2 Plume Imaging: Comparison of Performances, Hubert Fabriol, Adnadn Bitri, Bernard Bourgeois, Mickaël Delatre, Jean-François Girard, Gwendoline Pajot, Jérémy Rohmer, BRGM

66. Investigation of Geochemical Interactions of Carbon Dioxide and Carbonate Formation in The Northwest McGregor Oil Field After Enhanced Oil Recovery and CO2 Storage, Yevhen I. Holubnyak, Damion J. Knudsen, Blaise A. Mibeck, Jordan M. Bremer, Steven A. Smith, James A Sorensen, Charles D. Gorecki, Edward N. Steadman, John A. Harju, Energy & Environmental Research Center

67. Probability of Detecting CO2 Leakage in a Geological Sequestration Operation Using Monitoring Wells, Juan Nogues, Benjamin Court, Mark Dobossy, Mike Celia, Princeton University;  Jan Nordbotten, Princeton University and University of Bergen

68. 10+ years of The IEA-GHG Weyburn-Midale CO2 Monitoring and Storage Project: Successes and Lessons Learned from Multiple Hydrogeological Investigations, Ben Rostron, University of Alberta; Steve Wittaker, Petroleum Technology Research Centre

69. Monitoring Petrophysical, Mineralogical, Geochemical and Microbiological Effects of CO2 Exposure - Results of Long-Term Experiments Under In-Situ Conditions, Maren Wandrey, Sebastian Fischer, Kornelia Zemke, Axel Liebscher, Hilke Würdemann, Ann-Katherine Scherf, Andrea Vieth, GFZ; Michael Zettlitzer, RWE Dea AG

70. Microbial and Inorganic Fluid Analysis During CO2 Storage Within The Frame of CO2SINK - Long-Term Experiments Under In-Situ Conditions, Maren Wandrey, Hilke Würdemann, GFZ; Michael Zettlitzer, RWE Dea AG

71. Use of Deformation-Based Reservoir Monitoring for Early Warning Leak Detection, Eric Davis, Scott Marsic, Glenn McColpin, Pinnacle; Bruce McDonald, MDA Geospatial Services

72. Geochemical Assessment of Isolation Performance During 10 Years of CO2-Flood EOR at Weyburn, James Johnson, Schlumberger-Doll Research

73. Atmospheric Monitoring of The CO2CRC Otway Project and Developments for Operational Projects, David Etheridge, Ashok Luhar, Zoe Loh, Ray Leuning, Darren Spencer, Paul Steele, Steve Zegelin, Colin Allison, Michael Leist, Rachel Law, CSIRO and CO2CRC

74. CO2 Sequestration at SACROC: Integration of Core Sample Velocity Measurements into a 4D Seismic Survey and Analysis of SEM and CT Images to Obtain Pore Scale Properties, Alan Mur, Chrisopher Purcell, William Harbert, NETL, U. S. Department of Energy and University of Pittsburgh; Yee Soong, T. Robert McLendon, Ivor V. Haljasmaa, Barbara Kutchlo, NETL, U. S. Department of Energy; Stephen Kennedy, RJ Lee Group

75. Seismic Reflection Data Processing of a 4D Dataset Over a CO2 Injection: A Possible Proxy for Subsurface Supercritical CO2, William Harbert, Chrisopher Purcell, Alan Mur, NETL, U. S. Department of Energy and University of Pittsburgh

Inherent Safety

76. Numerical Modeling of Micro-Seismic Events Induced by Fluid Injection, Oleg Vorobiev, Bill Foxall, LLNL

Modelling Tools

77. Model Coupling for A Probabilistic Risk Assessment in CO2 Storage Scenarios, Melanie Darcis, Lena Walter, Holger Class, Sergey Oladyshki, Bernd Flemisch, University of Stuttgart

78. on The Acidity Trap of CO2 Mineral Sequestration, Domenik Wolff-Boenisch, Sigurdur Gislason, University of Iceland

79. Numerical Modelling Including Hystereis Properties of CO2 Storage in Tubåen Formation, Snøhvit Field, Barents Sea, Van Pham, Per Aagaard, Maast Tom Erik, University of Oslo

80. Phase Diagrams of CO2 Gas Mixture and Their Application in Compression Processes, Elke Goos, Uwe Riedel, Institute of Combustion Technology, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; Li Zhao, Ludger Blum, Institute of Energy Research – Fuel Cells (IEF-3), Jülich Forschungszentrum

81. Numerical Simulation of Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer of Supercritical CO2 in Micro-Porous Media, Cheol Huh, Seong-Gil Kang, Mang-Ik Cho, Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute Hang-Seol Choi;  Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials

82. The Coupled Simulator ECLIPSE - OpenGeoSys for The Simulation of CO2 Storage in Saline Formations, Bastian Graupner, Dedong Li, Sebastian Bauer, University of Kiel

83. Evaluation of Trace Gas Impurities in Underground CO2 Storage: Geochemical Modeling of Laboratory Experiments to Investigate Reaction Kinetics, Susanne Stadler, Matthias Rateitzak, Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR)

84. Understanding and Optimizing The Chemistry of Direct Aqueous Carbonation Through Geochemical Modelling, Benjamin Bonfils, Florent Bourgeois, Carine Julcour, University of Toulouse; Carine Julcour, François Guyot, IPGP/IMPMC

85. Modelling Long-Time CO2 Migration and Loss Behaviour in CO2 Underground Storage Sites Using Process-Based Basin Modelling Software, Rina Joachim, Matthias C. Daszinnies, Olav Inge Frette, Ane E. Lothe, SINTEF Petroleum Research AS

86. A Method for Calculating The Liquid Density for The CO2-H2O-NaCl System Under CO2 Storage Condition, Dedong Li, Bastian J. Graupner, Sebastian Bauer, University of Kiel

87. Geologic Sequestration Software Suite: A Collaborative Approach to The Management of Geological GHG Storage Projects, Alain Bonneville, Gary Black, Ian Gorton, Peter Hui, Ellyn Murphy, Chris Murray, Mark Rockhold, Karen Schuchard, Chandrika Sivaramakrishnan, Mark White, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

88. Analytical Models for Determining Pressure Change in An Overlying Aquifer Due To Leakage, Mehdi Zeidouni, Mehran Polardi-Darvish, David Keith, University of Calgary

89. Inferring Migration of CO2 Plume Using Injection Data and A Probabilistic History Matching Approach, Sayantan Bhowmik, Sanjay Srinivasen, Steven Bryant, University of Texas at Austin

90. Analytical Models to Select An Effective Saline Reservoir for CO2 Storage, Steven L. Bryant, University of Texas at Austin

91. Basin Resource Management Frameworks: 4D Geoscience Information Modelling and Knowledge Systems to Allow The Informed Assessment and Management of Earth Resources, Geoffery O’Brien, GeoScience Victoria, Department of Primary Industries

92. Modelling Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Storage Potential of The Bass Basin, Australia, Natt Arian, Richard Hills, Australian School of Petroleum; Peter Tingate, Geoffrey O’Brien, GeoScience Victoria, Department of Primary Industries, Robert Langford, Geoscience Australia

93. Study on Role of Simulation of Possible Leakage from Geological CO2 Storage in Sub-Seabed for Environmental Impact Assessment, Ryosuke Aoyagi, Osamu Kitamura, Kenshi Itaoka, Mizuho Information & Research Institute, Inc.; Shuzo Igawa, Satoshi Suzuki, Japan NUS Co., Ltd.

94. Experimental and Numerical Simulation of Thermodynamic Properties of Water-Salt-Gas Mixtures (CO2 + Co-Contaminant) Under Geological Storage Conditions, Jerome Sterpenich, Nancy University - IMAGES Group; Veronique Lachet, IFP; Gerard Mournoval, Total; Marc Parmentier, BRGM; Jean-Noel Jaubert, Eric Favre, ENSIC-LRGP-IMAGES Group; Elise El Ahmar, ARMINES

95. Non-Isothermal Effects on Two-Phase Flow in Porous Medium, Ashok Singh, Wenging Wang, Chan Hee Park, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, U.J. Goerke, Olaf Kolditz, University of Technology Dresden

96. The Impact of Local-Scale Processes on Large-Scale CO2 Migration and Immobilization, Sarah Gasda, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Jan Nordbotten, University of Bergen and Princeton University; Mike Celia, Princeton University

97. CO2 Migration in Saline Aquifers with Capillary Trapping and Dissolution Under Slope and Groundwater Flow, Chrisopher MacMinn, Michael Szulczewski, Ruben Juanes, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

98. Modeling CO2–H2S–Water–Rock Interactions in Williston Basin Carbonates Under Reservoir Conditions, Yevhen I. Holubnyak, Steven B. Hawthorne, Blaise A. Mibeck, David J. Miller, Jordan M. Bremer, James A. Sorensen, Edward N Steadman, John A. Harju, Energy & Environmental Research Center

99. Upscaling Studies of Diffusion Induced Convection in Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Aquifers, Erik Lindeberg, Dag Wessle-Berg, SINTEF Petroleum Research

100. Two-Phase Gravity Currents with Capillary Transition Zone, Madeline Golding, Jerome Neufeld, University of Cambridge; Marc Hesse, University of Texas at Austin

Oil Fields

101. Storage CO2 As Hydrate in Depleted Gas Reservoirs, Mehren Pooadi-Darvish, Fekete Associates Inc.; University of Calgary, Olga Zatsepina; University of Calgary

102. Transient Pressure Response of A Gas Reservoir Arising from Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Injection Through a Partially-Penetrating Well: An Analytical Solution, Sumit Mukhopadhyay, Jens Birkholzer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Shaw-Yang Yang, Vanung University; Hund-Der Yeh, National Chiao Tung University

103. Effect of CO2 Miscible Injection on Maximizing Oil Recovery and Storage Capacity in a Low Permeability Fractured Oil Reservoir, Amir Mohammad Eslami, Maryam Taghavi, Rahbord Energy Alborz

Risk Assessment

104. CO2 Injection in Buracica - Long-Term Performance Assessment, Audrey Estublier, Claire Barroux, IFP;  Rodolfo Dino, Marco Cesar Schinelli, Petrobras; Alvaro Munoz Beltran, Fundacion Instituto Petrofisico

105. Risk Management in a Large-Scale CO2 Geosequestration Pilot Project, Illinois, USA, Ken Hnottavange-Telleen, Ethan Chabora, Scott Marsteller; Schlumberger Carbon Services; Robert Finley, Sallie Greenberg, Illinois State Geological Survey

106. Scenario Analysis of Hypothetical Site Conditions for Geological CO2 Sequestration in Japan, Koichi Takizawa, Hironobu Komaki, Eiji Hayashi, Shigeo Murai, RITE; Shinzo Ueta, Kohei Yamaguchi, Makoto Tsuchiya, Mitsubishi Materials Corporation

107. Experience of The Application of a Database of Generic Features, Events and Processes (FEPs) Targeted at Geological Storage of CO2, Russell Walke, Richard Metcalf, Laura Limer, Philip Maul, Dave Savage, Quintessa Limited

108. Very Slow Leakage of CO2, CH4 and Radon Along The Main Activated Faults of The Strong L’Aquila Earthquake (Magnitude 6.3, Italy)? Implications for Risk Assessment Monitoring Tools & Public Acceptance of CO2 and CH4 Underground Storage, Fedora Quattrocchi, Barbara Cantucci, Daniele Cinti, Gianfranco Galli, Liugi Magno, Luca Pizzino, Aslessandra Sciarra, Nunzia Voltattorni, INGV

109. Well Integrity Risk Assessment of Ketzin Injection Well (KTZI-201) Over A Prolonged Sequestration Period, Mike Huot, Yvi le Guen, Oxand; Matteo Loizzo, Schlumberger Carbon Services

110. A New Risk Management Methodology for Large-Scale CO2 Storage: Application to The Fort Nelson Carbon Capture and Storage Project, Scott C. Asaysh, James A. Sorensen, Edward N Steadman, John A. Harju, Lisa Boten, Energy & Environmental Research Center; Emmanuel Giry, Richard Frenette, Oxand Risk Management Solutions; David J. Moffatt, Spectra Energy

111. Application of The CO2-PENS Risk Analysis Tool to The Rock Springs Uplift, Wyoming, Philip Staufer, Rajesh Pawar, Bruce Lettelier, Hari Viswanathan, Dean Sanzo, Gordon Keating, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Ronald Surdam, Zhunshen Jiao, Wyoming State Geological Survey

112. Barriers and Consequence Analysis for Subsurface Containment in Barendrecht, Fritz Seeberger, Shell CO2 Storage B.V.

113. Risk Assessment of The Heletz Storage Site – Methodological Development, Yvi Le Guen, Stéphanie Dias, Oxand

114. Risk Associated with H2S Evolution in Sour Aquifers During CO2 Injection, Seyyed Ghaderi, David Keith, University of Calgary; Rob Lavoie, CalPetra Research and Consulting Inc; Yuri Leonenko, University of Waterloo

115. A Database for CO2 Geological Storage Risk Management, Thomas Le Guenan, Jean-Charles Manceau, Olivier Bouc, Jérémy Rohmer, BRGM

116. Probabilistic Simulation Modeling Tool for Evaluating Risk in Well Leakage Scenarios, Charles Voss, Kevin Heal, Golder Associates Inc.

117. Development of an Integrated Decision Support System for Management of CO2 Geologic Storage, Qian Tam, Gordon Huang, Yanpeng Cai, University of Regina

118. Decision Making Under Uncertainty Based on Monitoring Future Brine Sequestration Projects, Ian Duncan, BEG University of Texas

119. CO2 Leakage Test in a Shallow Aquifer for Investigating The Geochemical Impact of CO2 on Groundwater and for Developing Monitoring Methods and Concepts, Anita Peter, Götz Hornbruch, Dirk Schäfer, Andreas Dahmke, University of Kiel

120. Bi-Direction Risk Assessment in CCS Using Bayesian Belief Networks, Matt Gerstenberger, Rob Buxton, Annemarie Cristophers, Andy Nicol, Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Gas Technologies and GNS Science

121. Numerical Study on Flow Behavior of CO2 in an Aquifer for Risk Assessment of Carbon Capture and Storage, Yasuhide Sakamoto, Atsuko Tanaka, Notio Tenma, Takeshi Komai, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

122. Development of Risk Assessment Tool of Geological CCS, Atsuko Tanaka, Yashuhide Sakamoto, Takeshi Komai, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

123. Systematic FEP and Scenario Analysis to Provide a Framework for Assessing Long-Term Performance of the Krechba CCS System at in Salah, Alan Paulley, Richard Metcalfe, Laura Limer, Quintessa Limited

124. Prediction of Operational Risks for Injection Rates for Future Brine Sequestration Projects Using Bayesian Inference, Ian Duncan, Svetlana Ikonnokova, BEG University of Texas; Eric Bickel, CIEEP University of Texas

125. Design of Fault Trees as a Practical Method for Risk Analysis of CCS: Application to The Different Life Stages of Deep Aquifer Storage, Combining Long-Term and Short-Term Issues, Régis Farret, Philippe Gombert, Auxane Cheraoui, Stéphane Lafortune, Pierre Roux, Franz Lahaie, INERIS

126. A Multi-Objective Framework for Reducing Risk in Basin Scale Geological Sequestration of CO2 Through Integrated Monitoring, Carolyn Seto, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and MIT Energy Initiative; Greg McRae, MIT Energy Initiative

127. An Efficient Software Framework for Performing Industrial Risk Assessment of Leakage for Geological Storage of CO2 Mark Dobossy, Michael Celia, Geological Storage Consultants, LLC, and Princeton University; Jan Nordbotten, Geological Storage Consultants, LLC, University of Bergen

Reservoir Engineering

128. Coupling Large Scale CO2 Injection with Brine Production: A Missing Water Management Link Between CO2 Capture and Geological Storage, Benjamin Court, Mike Celia, Mark Dobossy, Princeton University; Jan Nordbotten, University of Bergen; Matteo Loizzo, Brice lecampion, Laure Deremble, Schlumberger Carbon Services

129. Plume Management, Scott Frailey, Robert Finley, Illinois Geological Survey

130. The Key to Commercial-Scale Geological CO2 Sequestration: Displaced Fluid Management, Ronald Surdam Zunsheng Jiao, Wyoming State Geological Survey; Philip Staufer, Terry Miller, Los Alamos National Laboratory

131. Maximization of Capillary Trapping Ratio to Injected CO2 by Means of Co-Injection, Tetsuya Suekane, Takahiro Hosokawa, The University of Tokushima; Na Zhou, The University of Tokushima and Xiafan Jiaotong University

132. Optimization of Well Placement for Geological Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide Using Adaptive Evolutionary Monte Carlo Algorithm, Takashi Goda, Kozo Sato, University of Tokyo

133. Simulating Rapidly Fluctuating CO2 Flow into The Vedsted CO2 Pipeline, Injection Well and Reservoir, Klinkby Lone, Christian Bernstone, Vattenfall Research and Development AB; Carsten M. Nielsen, Ivar Eskerud Smith, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland; Espen Krogh, Sintef Petroleum Research A/S; Bjarne Palm, Vattenfall A/S Heat Nordic

134. Optimal Design of Injection / Extraction Wells for The Surface Dissolution CO2 Storage Strategy, Lokendra Jain, Steven Bryant, University of Texas at Austin

135. Carbon Dioxide Microbubble Injection – Enhanced Dissolution in Geological Sequestration, Zique Xue, Tatsuya Yamada, Toshifumi Matsuoka, Kyoto University; Hiromichi Kemeyama, Susumu Nishio, Tokyo Gas

136. A New Method for The CO2 Geological Storage Using the Micro-Bubble Technology, Toshiyuji Tosha, Ryo Kouda, Akinobu Miyakoshi, AIST/GSJ; Hitoshi Koide, Waseda University

137. Numerical Studies on The Aquifer Storage of CO2 Containing N2, Ning Wei, Xiaochun Li, State Key Laboratory of Geomechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

138. Laboratory Measurement of Two-Phase Flow Properties Using Sandstones for CO2 Geologic Storage, Hiroshi Suenaga, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Kameichiro Nakagawa, Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth

Saline Aquifers

139. Modeling the Signatures of Leaking Vs Sealing Faults During Geologic CO2 Storage, David  Alexander, The University of Trinidad and Tobago; Steven Bryant, The University of Texas at Austin

140. Numerical Simulations on the Long-Term Behavior of CO2 Injected into a Deep Saline Aquifer Composed of Alternating Layers, Yuki Kano, Tsuneo Ishido, Geological Survey of Japan/AIST

141. Using Core Flooding Experiments to Predict Sub-Core Scale Permeability for Studying CO2-Brine Systems, Michael Krause, Stanford University

142. Permeability Alteration Due to Salt Precipitation Driven by Drying in The Context of CO2 Injection, Yannick Peysson, Brigitte Bazin, Caroline Magnier, Eric Kohler, Souhail Youseef, IFP

143. An Experimental Investigation of The Balance Between Capillary, Viscous and Gravitational Forces During CO2 Injection into Saline Aquifers, Szczepan Polak, NTNU, SINTEF Petroleum Research, CO2CRC and The University of New South Wales; Yildiray Cinar, CO2CRC and The University of New South Wales

144. Toughreact Modeling of The Ffate of CO2 Injected into a H2S Containing Saline Aquifer: The Example of The Wabamum Area Sequestration Project (WASP), Maurice Shevalier, Michael Nightingale, Bernhard Mayer, Ian Hutcheon, University of Calgary

145. Experimental Investigations of Relative Permeability Properties of CO2 and Brine in Porous Media, Shou Luo, Ruina Xu, Piexue Jiang, Tsinghua University

146. Pore Scale Numerical Simulation of Supercritical CO2 Injected into Porous Media Containing Water, Ruina Xu, Shu Luo, Piexue Jiang, Tsinghua University

147. Compositional Effects of Impure CO2 Injection into Aquifers, Hassan Hassanzadeh, University of Calgary; Mehran Pooladri-Darvish, University of Calgary and Fekete Associates Inc.

148. Injection of Super-Critical CO2 in Brine Saturated Sandstone: Pattern Formation During Salt Precipitation, Holger Ott, Kees de Kloe, Conxita Taberner, Fons Marcelis, Axel Makurat, Shell International Exploration and Production B.V.

149. Impact of Porous Medium Desiccation During Anhydrous CO2 Injection in Deep Saline Aquifers: Up-Scaling from Experimental Results at Laboratory Scale to Near-Well Region, Laurent Andre, Mohammad Azaroual, BRGM; Yannick Peysson, Brigitte Bazin, IFP

150. An Experimental Investigation into Salt Precipitation During CO2 Injection in Saline Aquifers, Anna Korre, Sevket Durucan, Imperial College London

151. Managing Chemistry Underground: Is Co-Sequestration an Option in Selected Formations? Diana Bacon, Ellyn Murphy, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

152. The Pressure Impact of CO2 Storage Operations on Neighboring Sites, Frauke Schäfer, Christian Müller, BGR; Lena Walter, Holger Class, Uni Stuttgart

153. CCS in British Columbia:  An Assessment of The Geochemical Fate and Viability of Injected CO2 at Spectra Energy’s Planned Fort Nelson Project, Peter Crockford, Kevin Telmer, University of Victoria

154. Importance of Co-Captured Gases in The Underground Storage of CO2: Quantification of Mineral Alterations in Chemical Experiments, Katja Heeschen, Christian Ostertag-Henning, Andreas Riße, Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR)

155. Mineral Changes in CO2 Experiments – Examples from Danish Onshore Saline Aquifers, Rikke Weibel, Claus Kjøller, Troels Laier, Lars Henri Neilsen, Peter Frykman, Niels Springer, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland; Keith Bateman, British Geological Survey

156. Investigation of The pH Effect of a Typical Host Rock and Buffer Solution on CO2 Sequestration in Synthetic Brines, Qi Liu, M.Mercedes Maroto-Valer, University of Nottingham,

157. Mass Flow and Sensitivities for Injection of CO2 into Saline Aquifers, Bernd Wiese, GFZ; Simon A. Mathias, Durham University

158. Effect of Gravity, Flow Rate, and Small Scale Heterogeneity on Multiphase Flow of CO2 and Brine, Chai-Wei Kuo, Jean Christophe Perrin, Sally M. Benson, Stanford University

159. Mobilisation of Organic Compounds from Reservoir Rocks Through the Injection of CO2 – Comparison of Baseline Characterisation and Laboratory Experiments, Ann-Kathrin Sherf, Andrea Vieth, GFZ; Carsten Zetzl, Irina Smirnova, TU Hamburg-Harburg; Michael Zettlitzer, RWE Dea AG

160. Numerical Study of Pressure Evolution from CO2 Injection in Saline Aquifers, Kue-Young Kim Taehee Kim, Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources; Weon Shik Han, University of Utah

161. Pressure Dissipation as a Limiting Resource for Large Scale CO2 Storage, Kurt Zenz House, Charles Harvey, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Daneil Schrag, Harvard University

162. Numerical Modeling of CO2 Mineralization During Storage in Deep Saline Aquifers, Pacelli Zitha, Panneerselvam Ranganathan, Patrick van Hemert, Susanne Rudolph, Delft University of Technology

163. Differing Physical Processes in Off-Shore and On-Shore CO2 Sequestration, K.Udo Weyer, WDA Consultants Inc

164. Experimental CO2-Brine and CO2-Brine-Rock Interactions Using Mississippian Carbonates from the Powder River Basin, USA, Logan Hanseb, Mark Skidmore, Tim Brox, Montana State University

165. Effect of Time on the Carbonation Reaction of Saline Aquifers with Controlled pH, Marta Kerber Schütz, Natália Lopes, Angélica Cenci, Rosane Ligabue, Jeane Dullius, Sandra Einloft, João Marcelo Ketzer, Brazilian Carbon Storage Research Center

Site Characterisation

166. Effects of Adjacent Mud Rocks on CO2 Injection Pressure: Model Case Based on a Typical U.S. Gulf Coast Salt Diapir Field Under Injection, Kyung Won Chang, Marc Hesse, Jean-Philippe Nicot, Susan Hovorka,The University of Texas at Austin

167. Preliminary Physical and Geochemical Study on a Sedimentary Rock Series of the Pannonian Basin for CCS (Hungary), Márton Berta, Csilla Király, Eötvös University Budapest, Litosphere Fluid Research Lab; Gyorgy Falus, Eotvos Lorand Geophysical Institute; Gyorgi Juhasz, Csaba Scabo, MOL NyRt

168. Planning Saline Reservoir Storage Developments – The Importance of Getting Started Early, Bill Senior, Senior CCS Solutions Ltd; John Bradshaw, CGSS; Ananth Chikkatur, ICF International; Mervyn Wright, Wright Energy Solutions

169. An Assessment of Queensland’s CO2 Geological Storage Prospectivity - The Queensland CO2 Geological Storage Atlas, Barry Bradshaw, Lynton Spencer, Anna-Liisa Lahtinen, Kama Khider, Jim Colwell, Alfredo Chirinos, CO2 Geological Storage Solutions; Damien Ryan, QGC; John Draper, Jonathan Hodgkinson, Mike McKillop, Queensland Geological Survey

170. from Seismic Interpretation to 3D-Modeling, Flavie Chapius, Bauer Hugues, Sandrine Grataloup, Aurélien Leynet, Bernard Bourgine, Claire Castagnac, Didier Bonijoly, BRGM; Simon Fillacier, Antony Leconte, Yann le Gallo, Geogreen

171. Pertinence of The Seismic Reprocessing Using Existing Seismic Profiles in The Paris Basin, Franck Hanot, CDP Consulting; Natalia Quisel, Nicolas Rampnoux, Veolia Environnement Recherche & Innovation SNC

172. Towards Demonstrating Geological Carbon Storage in the Onshore Gippsland Basin, Australia, Mark Bunch, Nicole Dobrzinski, Saju Menacherry, CO2CRC; Guillaume Backé, Natt Arian, CO2CRC and Australian School of Petroleum; Sandrine Vidal-Gilbert, CO2CRC and Total

173. The Influence of Microbial Activities on Long-Term CO2 Storage: Baseline Characterization of Deep Microbial Life in The Altmark Natural Gas Reservoir, Daroa Morozova, Mina Shaheed, Hilke Würdemann, Helmholtz-Zentrum Potsdam GFZ; Martin, Helmholtz-Zentrum Potsdam GFZ, Dagmar Kock, BGR

174. Petrophysical, Facies and Mineralogical-Geochemical Investigations of Rotliegend Sandstones from The Altmark Natural Gas Field in Central Germany, Dieter Pudlo, Reinhard Gaupp, Berns Kohlhepp, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena; Daniel Albrecht, Leonhard Ganzer, Viktor Reitenbach, Joachim Weinand, Clausthal University of Technology

175. Exploration Campaign for Industrial Scale CO2 Storage - Seismic, Drilling, Testing, Markus Stoewer, Jochen Zempke, Hagen Feldrappe, UGS GmbH; Thomas Lautsch, Claudia Donke, Vattenfall Europe Technology Research GmbH

176. The Wyoming Carbon Underground Storage Project: Geologic Characterization of the Moxa Arch and Rock Springs Uplift, Erin Campbell-Stone, Ranie Lynds, Carol Frost, Bridget Diem, University of Wyoming; Thomas P. Becker, ExxonMobil Production Company

177. U.S. Department of Energy’s Site Screening, Selection and Characterization for Storage of CO2 in Deep Geologic Formations, Traci Rodosta, John Litynski, Sean Plasynski, NETL, U.S. Department of Energy; Scott Hickman, T. Scott Hickman & Associates, Inc; Scott Frailey, Midwest Geological Sequestration Consortium,  Illinois State Geological Survey; William Pike, National Interest Security Company-llc

178. Geophysical Characterization of The Devonian Nisku Formation for the Wabamun Area CO2 Sequestration Project (WASP), Alberta, Canada, Don Lawton, Abdullah Alshuhail, Helen Issac, Chris Wisinger, Jerry Jenson, University of Calgary

179. CCS Demo Denmark: The Vedsted Case, Finn Dalhoff, Lone Klinkby, Ann Troelsgaard Sørensen, Vattenfall Research and Development; Claus Andersen, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, Niels-Peter Christensen, Vattenfall Technoloy Develop Centre

180. Geological Modelling for Site Evaluation at The Vedsted Structure, NW Denmark, Peter Frykman, Carsten M. Nielsen, Lars H. Nielsen, GEUS - Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland; Finn Dalhoff, Ann Troelsgaard Sørensen, Lone Klinkby, Vattenfall Research and Development

181. Geochemical Impacts of CO2 Storage in Saline Aquifers with Various Mineralogy – Results from Laboratory Experiments and Reactive Geochemical Modelling, Claus Kjøller, Rikke Weibel, Troels, Laier, Lars Henri Nielsen, Peter Frykman, Niels Springer, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS); Keith Bateman, British Geological Survey (BGS)

182. Understanding the Tuna Field: An Integrated Approach to Fault Seal Properties, Natural CO2 Content & Hydrodynamic Analysis, Charlotte de Wijkerslooth , Alison Hortle, CO2CRC / CSIRO Petroleum; Eric Tenthorey, CO2CRC / Geoscience Australia; Julian Strand, Silvio Giger, CSIRO Petroleum

183. Victoria Carbon Capture and Storage Network - CarbonNet; Engineering Evaluation of Storage Potential in South East Australia, Mark Raistrick, Robert Gunn, Andrew Buffin, Senergy; Geoffrey O’Brien, Victoria Department of Primary Industries

184. Reactive Transport Modeling of CO2 Injection into Storage Reservoirs: Application to Case-Studies in The Netherlands, Tim Tambach, Frank van Bergen, Marielle Koenen, Bert van der Meer, TNO Built Environment and Geosciences

185. Assessment of the Potential for Geological Storage of CO2 in The Vicinity of Moneypoint, Co.Clare, Ireland, Ian Farrelly, Aurum Exploration Services; Bernd Loske, DMT; Filip Neele, Mark Holdstock, TNO

186. Geological Storage of CO2: Site Appraisal and Modelling, Gillian Pickup, Min Jin, Peter Olden, Eric Mckay, Adrian Todd, Heriot-Watt University; Jon Ford, British Geological Survey; David Lawrence, Alison Monaghan, Mark Naylor, Stuart Haszeldine, University of Edinburgh

187. Preliminary Results of The Slovakian National Project Regarding Carbon Dioxide Storage in Underground Spaces, Ludovit Kuchariè, Martin Radvanec, Lubomír Tuèek, Zoltán Németh, Katarína Èechovská,  Ján Derco, Dušan Bodiš, Ivan Baráth, SGÜDŠ; Ján Wallner, Nafta Gbely, a.s.; Boris Antal, Ministry of Environment of Slovak Republic

188. Site Assessment Update at Weyburn-Midale CO2 Sequestration Project, Saskatchewan, Canada: New Results at an Active CO2 Sequestration Site, Jensen Gavin, Erik Nickel, Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources; Ben Rostron, University of Alberta

189. Refinement of the Weyburn Geological Model: Overcoming Challenges in Data Compilation and Management, Erik Nickel, Gavin Jensen, Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources; Ben Rostron, University of Alberta

190. The Wabamun Area Sequestration Project (WASP): A Multidisciplinary Study of Gigaton Scale CO2 Storage in a Deep Saline Carbonate Aquifer, Chris Eisinger, Rob Lavoie, David Keith, University of Calgary

191. Assessing the Integrity of Fault and Top Seals at CO2 Storage Sites, Bogdan Orlic, Jan ter Heege, Brecht Wassing, TNO

192. Characterization of Geologic Formations for CO2 Sequestration in India, V.A. Mendhe, A.K. Singh, Central Institute of Mining and Fuel Research

Storage Capacities

193. Development of CCS Technology for Coal-fired Power Plant in Taiwan, Chi-Wen Yu, Kuo-Shih Shao, Sinotech Engineering Consultants; Chung-Hui Chiao, National Taiwan University; Lian-Tong Huang; Jiing-Lin Chen, Taiwan Power Company

194. Capacity? Why The Pressure is Off When it Comes to CO2 Storage, Andrew Cavanagh, The Permedia Research Group; Neil Wildgust, IEAGHG

195. The Data Base of Investigation Results of Saline Aquifers for CO2 Storage in Japan, Masao Ohoka, Shinichi Hiramatu, OYO Corporation; Kazu Koide, JGI, Inc.; Shigetaka Nakanishi, Chitoshi Akasaka, Electric Power Development Company; Eiji Hayashi, Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth; Hideaki Miida, Engineering Advancement Association of Japan

196. An Overview of The IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme Regional Geologic Storage Capacity Studies, Charles Gorecki, Energy & Environmental Research Center; Neil Wildgust, IEAGHG

197. A Solution to Geological Problems on CO2 Reservoir in Japan: Distributed CO2 Storage System, Shinichi Hiramatu, Junya Takeshima, Mariko Seguchi, Oyo Corporation; Tadahiko Okumura, Hideaki Miida, Engineering Advancement Association of Japan

198. Assessment of CO2 Storage Potential in Turkey, Modeling  and a Prefeasibility Study for Injection into an Oil Field, Ender Okandan, Ilhan Topakya, Mahmut Parlaktuna, Serhat Akin, Sevtec Bulbul, Chantssalma Dalha, Sultan Anbar, Middle East Technical University; Yildiz Karakeçe, Ceyda Cetinkaya, Turkish Petroleum Corporation; Hayati Çetin, Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources

199. Time-Weighted Capacity for Geologic CO2 Storage, Lokendra Jian, Steven Bryant, University of Texas at Austin

200. Impact of Thermodynamic Conditions of the Gunnedah-Bowen Basin, NSW on Storage Capacity Estimates, Lila Wanda Gurba, CO2CRC/UNSW; Szczepan Polak, NTNU

201. CO2 Geological Storage Potential in Korea, Dea-Gee Huh, Dong-Kuen Yoo, Yong-Chan Park, Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources; Heoung-Yeoun Lee, Eul Roh, Korea National Oil Corporation

202. Assessment of CO2 Storage Capacity in Geological Formations of Germany and Northern Europe, Samuel Hoeller, Peter Viebahn, Wuppertal Institute

203. Quantification of the CO2 Storage Potential in Belgium, Working with Theoretical Capacities, Kris Piessens, Geological Survey of Belgium – RBINS

204. CO2 Storage Opportunities in Belgium, Kris Welkenhuysen, Kris Piessens, Michael Dusar, RBINS - Geological Survey of Belgium; Jean-Marc Baele, Université de Mons; Ben Laenen, Vlaamse Instelling voor Technologisch Onderzoek

205. Preliminary Results of The Slovakian National Project Regarding Carbon Dioxide Storage in Underground Spaces, Kucharic Ludovit, Martin Radvanec, Lubomír Tuèek, Zoltán Németh, Katarína Èechovská, Ján Derco, Dušan Bodiš, Ivan Baráth, SGUDS; Ján Wallner, Nafta Gbely, a.s.; Boris Antal, Ministry of Environment of the Slovak Republic

Trapping Mechanisms

206. Combination of CO2 Capture and pH-Swing Mineral Sequestration by Using Recyclable Ammonium Salts, Xiaolong Wang, Mercedes M. Maroto-Valer, University of Nottingham

207. CO2-Porewater-Rock Reactions - Large-Scale Column Experiment (Big RIG II), Keith Bateman, Chrispoher Rochelle, Alicia Lacinska, Doris Wagner, Helen Taylor, Richard Shaw, British Geological Survey

208. Storage of Carbon Dioxide Captured in a Pilot-Scale Biogas Upgrading Plant by Accelerated Carbonation of Industrial Residues, Renato Baciocchi, Guilia Costa, Daniela Zingaretti, University of Rome; Tor Vergata, Andrea Corti, University of Siena; Lidia Lombardi, University of Florence

209. Developments on The Carbonation of Serpentinite-Derived Mg(OH)2 Using a Pressurised Fluidised Bed, Johan Fagerlund, Experience Nduagu, Ron Zevenhoven, Åbo Akademi University

210. Supercritical CO2 Core Flooding and Imbibition in Berea Sandstone – CT Imaging and Numerical Simulation, Ji-Qian Shi, Sevket Durucan, Imperial College London; Ziqiu Xue, Kyoto University

211. Multiphase Sequestration Geochemistry: Carbon Mineralization in Basalts, Mark White, Pete McGrail, Todd Schaef, Signe Wurstner, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

212. Experimental Study of Capillarity Trapping on The Pore Scale for Various Sandstone Cores, Na Zhou, Takajiro Suekane, The University of Tokushima; Qiuwang Wang, Jiaotong University

213. Experimental Study of The Capillary Pressure of Supercritical CO2, Masao Sorai, Funatsu Takahiro, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology

214. Importance of Dissolution and Precipitation Kinetics for Mineral  Carbonation, Tove Anette Haug, Ingrid Anne Munz, Institute of Energy Technology; Rolf Arne Kliev, NTNU

215. The Effect of Sulphate on Calcite Precipitation Rates, Therese K. Flaathen, University of Oslo; Eric H. Oelkers, Université Paul Sabatier/ LMTG CNRS; Sigurdur R. Gislason, University of Iceland

216. Estimating CO2 Residual Trapping from Single-Well Test: Experimental Design Calculations, Yingqi Zhang, Barry Freifeld, Setfan Finsterle; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Martin Leahy, Jonathan Ennis-King, Lincoln Paterson, Tess Dance, CSIRO Petroleum and Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Gas Technologies

217. LUCI: A Facility at DUSEL for Large-Scale Experimental Study of Geologic Carbon Sequestration, Catherine Peters, Tullis Onstott, George Scherer, Princeton University; Curtis Oldenberg, Patrick Dobson, Joseph Wang, Barry Freifeld, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

218. Reservoir-Scale CO2-Fluid Rock Interactions: Preliminary Results from Field Investigations in The Paradox Basin Southeast Utah, Jonathan Pearce, Gary Kirby, Alicja Lacinska, Luke Wagner; British Geological Survey; Martin Cassidy, University of Houston

219. Effect on Porosity and Permeability of North Sea Sandstones and Cap Rock After Mineral Carbonation, Sarah Mackintosh, Mercedes Maroto-Valer, Nottingham University

220. Effect of Upscaling Heterogeneous Domain on CO2 Trapping Mechanisms, Ehsan Saadatpoor, Steven Bryant, The University of Texas at Austin

221. Can Metabasitic Rock Play As a Storage Reservoir for CO2 Sequestration? Ewa Sokalska, Helge Hellevang, Van Pham, Per Aagaard, University of Oslo

222. Concept and Experimental Study for a New Enhanced Mineral Trapping System by Means of Microbially Mediated Processes, Takeshi Naganuma, Kise Yukimura, Hiroshima University; Norifumi Todaka, Shuiji Ajima, Electric Power Development Co., Ltd.

223. Temporal and Spatial Scale for Mineral Reactions in The Near-Well Zone of CO2 Injectors – Implications for Flow Paths, Storage Filling Pattern, Pressure Dissipation and Leakage Risk, Harald Johansen, Magnus Wangen, Institute for Energy Technology

224. Hyperalkaline Springs in The Philippines: Significance to Natural Carbon Capture and Sequestration, Russell Alexander, NIGS, University of the Philippines; Carlo Arcilla, Celo Pascua, Bedrock Geosciences

225. Experiment on Liquid and Supercritical CO2 Distribution Using Micro-Focus X-ray CT for Estimation of Geological Storage, Suguru Uemura, Ryoto Kataoka, Daichi Fukabori, Shohji Tsushima, Shuichiro Hirai, Tokyo Institute of Technology

226. Experimental and Simulation Studies of Iron Oxides for Geochemical Fixation of CO2-SO2 Gas Mixtures, Susana Garcia, Mercedes M. Maroto-Valer, CICCS; Robert J. Rosenbauer, US Geological Survey; James Palandri, University of Oregon

227. To What Extent are Hydrocarbon Seal Rocks Also Able to Trap CO2? Daniel Broseta, Nicolas Tonnet, University of Pau; Pierre Chiquet, Virenkumar Shah, Gérard Mournonval, Total Centre Scientifique et Technique

228. Fundamental Science for Geologic Carbon Sequestration: Laboratory Probes for Understanding Mineralization and Trapping Mechanisms at the Microscopic Scale, Kebin M. Rosso, D. Mike White, Ellyn Murphy, Alain Bonneville, Jianzhi Hu, David Hoyt, Zheming Wang,  A. Scott Lee, Martinus Oostrom, Changyon Zhang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

229. Experimental and Numerical Pore-Scale Studies of Caprock-Sealing Efficiency and Trapping Mechanisms Related to CO2 Sequestration, Mart Oostrom, Changyon Zhang Alex Tartakovsky, Jay Grate, Tom Wietsma, Marvin Warner, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Wellbore & Reservoir Integrity

230. Sealing Efficiencies of Fractured Cap Rocks on The Migration of CO2 (CO2Seals), Innes Draeger, Christopher Clauser, RWTH Aachen University

231. Corrosion Behavior of Pipe Steels Exposed for 2 Years to CO2-Saturated Saline Aquifer Environment Similar to The CCS-Site Ketzin, Germany, Anja Pfenning, HTW Applied University Berlin; Axel Kranzmann, BAM Federal Institute of Materials Research and Testing

232. Collection of Baseline Wellbore Leakage Risk Data in Multiple Wells in the Same Field, Andrew Duguid, Matteo Loizzo, Schlumberger Carbon Services; T.S. Ramakrishnan, Schlumberger-Doll Research; Vicky Stamp, Rocky Mountain Oilfield Testing Center; Rebecca Thingelstad, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

233. A Coupled Hydromechanical Fault Model for The Study of The Integrity and Safety of Geological Storage of CO2, Ariane Ducellier, Darius Seyedi, Evelyne Foster, BRGM

234. Evaluation for The Capillary-Sealing Efficiency of The Fine-Grained Sediments in Japan, Hiroshi Kameya, Masaki Ono, Junya Takeshima, Hiroyuki Azuma, Shinichi Hiramatsu, Naoki Ohmuikai, Oyo corporation

235. Establishing and Maintaining the Integrity of Wells Used for Sequestration of CO2, Liane Smith, Mike Billingham, Dragan Milanovic, Chee-Hong Lee, Intetech

236. Fully Coupled Modelling of Long Term Cement Well Seal Stability in the Presence of CO2, Steven Benbow, David Savage, Richard Metcalfe, Colin Walker, Paul Suckling, Quintessa Limited

237. Sealing Rock Characteristics Under The Influence of CO2, Alexandra Amann, Margret Waschbuesch, Bernhard Kroos, Ralf Littke, RWTH Aachen University; Andreas Busch, Shell International E&P

238. Reducing The Risk of Well Bore Leakage of CO2 Using Engineered Biomineralization Barriers, Al Cunningham, Robin Gerlach, Andrew Mitchell, Lee Spangler, Montana State University

239. Wellbore Integrity in at the Krechba Carbon Storage Site, in Salah, Algeria: 1. Experimental Study of Cement – Sandstone/Shale – Brine – CO2, Susan Carroll, Walt McNab, Sharon Torres, Bill Raplh, Michael Singleton, Pihong Zhao, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

240. Wellbore Integrity in at the Krechba Carbon Storage Site, in Salah, Algeria: 2. Reactive Transport Modeling of Geochemical Interactions Near the Cement –Formation Interface, Walt McNab, Susan Carroll, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

241. Monitoring CO2 Migration in an Injection Well: Evidence from MovECBM, Matteo Loizzo, Laure Deremble, Brice Lecampion, Daniel Quesada, Bruno Huet, Ines Khalfallah, Guillemet Picard, Schlumberger Carbon Services; Salvatore Lombardi, Aldo Annunziatellis, Universita di Roma ‘La Sapienza’

242. Measurement of Capillary Threshold Pressures for Seal Rocks Using The Step-By-Step Approach and The Residual Pressure Approach, Diasuke Ito, Kohei Akaku, Takashi Okabe, Takaashi Takahashi, Takashi Tsuji, JAPEX Research Center

243. A Natural Analogue Study of CO2-Cement Interaction: Carbonation of Calcium Silicate Hydrate-Bearing Rocks from Northern Ireland, Antoni Melidows, Chritpoher Rochelle, Alicja Lacinska, Doris Wagner, British Geological Survey

244. Long Term Chemical and Mechanical Integrity of Cement under CCS Environment, Ashok Santra, Ronald Sweatman, Halliburton

245. Experimental Investigations of the Effects of Acid Gas (H2S/CO2) Exposure Under Geological Sequestration Conditions, Steven Hawthorne, David Miller, Yevhen Holubnyak, EERC; Barbara Kutchko, Brian Strazisar, U..S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory

246. Experimental Results of Diffusion Coefficient of Sulfate Ions in Cement Type 10 and Class G, Jose Condor, International Performance Assessment Centre for the Geologic Storage of Carbon Dioxide;  Koorosh Asghari; International Performance Assessment Centre for the Geologic Storage of Carbon and University of Regina; Farshid Torabi, University of Regina

247. A Review of Cement Carbonation Mechanisms in a CO2 Rich Environment, Bruno Huet, Ines Khalfallah, Schlumberger Carbon Services

248. Stability of Leakage Pathways Along a Cemented Annulus, Laure Deremble, Matteo Loizzo, Brice Lecampion, Daniel Quesada, Schlumberger

249. Assessment of Hydraulic Conductivity and Potential CO2 Migration Through The Fractures in the Reservoir and Caprock at in Salah Storage Site, James Smith, Sevket Durucan, Anna Korre, Ji-Quan Shi, Imperial College London

250. Geomechanical Stability of the Caprock During CO2 Sequestration in Deep Saline Aquifers, Victor Vilarrasa, Sebastian Olivella, Technical University of Catalonia; Jesus Carrera, Institute of Environmental Assessment & Water Research

251. High-Level Integrity Assessment of Abandoned Wells, Tjirk Benedictus, Muriel Van der Kuip, TNO Built Environment and Geosciences; Neil Wildgust, Toby Aiken, IEAGHG

252. Degradation by a Carbon Dioxide Intrusion of Borehole Cement Aged by its Geological Enclosing: 2D Reactive Transport Simulations, Noé Wahl, Vincent Lagneau, Mines ParisTech - Geoscience Departement; Emmanuel Houdu, Oxand

253. Changes in Caprock Integrity due to Vertical Migration of CO2-Enriched Brine, Brian Ellis, Catherine Peters, Princeton University; Grant Bromhal, Dustin McIntyre, U.S. Dept. of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory

254. Experimental Study on a Single Cement-Fracture Using CO2 Rich Brine, Mileva Radonjic, Tevfik Yalcinkaya, Louisiana State University

255. Geochemical Effects of Impurities in CO2 on Storage Reservoirs, Marielle Keonen, TNO

256. Sayindere Cap Rock Integrity During Possible CO2 Sequestration in Turkey, Chantsalmaa Dalkhaa, Middle East Technical University; Ender Okandan, Petroleum Research Center & Middle East Technical University

257. Geochemical Study of The Reactivity of Rocks in a Geological Storage of CO2: Implications of Co-Injected Gases, Stéphane Renard, Jérôme Sterpenich, Jaques Prionon, Aurélien Randi, Nancy-Université, CNRS; Marc Lescanne, TOTAL

258. Understanding Boundary Condition Effects on the Corrosion Kinetics of Class H Well Cement, Edward Matteo, Geroge Scherer, Princeton University; Bruno Huet, Schlumberger Carbon Services; Leo Pel, Eindhoven University of Technology

259. CO2 Geological Storage in Saline Aquifers: Parana Basin Caprock and Reservoir Chemical Reactivity, Viviane De Lima, Sandra Einloft, João Marcelo Ketzer, Pontifícia Universidade Católica Do Rio Grande Do Sul (Pucrs); Michel Jullien, Olivier Bildstein, Jean-Claude Petronin, Commissariat À L’énergie Atomique-CEA Cadarache

260. An Improved Model to Forecast CO2 Leakage Rates Along a Wellbore, Qing Tao, Dean Checkai, Nicolas Huerta, Steven Bryant, The University of Texas at Austin

261. The Effect of CO2 on The Mechanical Properties of Rocksm Ira Ojala, SINTEF

262. Dynamic Alteration Along a Fractured Cement/Cement Interface: Implications for Long Term Leakage Risk Along a Well with an Annulus Defect, Nicolas Huerta, University of Texas at Austin and US Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory; Steven Bryant, Brian Stazisar, Barbara Kutchko, University of Texas at Austin

263. Influence of Microcracks and Fluid Pressure on Sealing Efficiency of Caprock: A Laboratory Study on Shale, Elin Skurtveit, Matthieu Angeli, Eyvind Aker, Magnus Soldal, Norwegian Geotechnical Institute

264. Storing CO2 Underneath the Siberian Permafrost: A Win-Win Solution for Long-Term Trapping of CO2 and Heavy Oil Upgrading, Yves-Michel Le Nindre, Delphine Allier, BRGM; Albert Duchkov, Stepan Shvarstev, IPGG (Trofimuk Institute of Petroleum Geology and Geophysics); Lyubov K. Altunina, IPC (Institute of Petroleum Chemistry); Mikhail Zelejniak, Melnikov Permafrost Institute; Jean Klerkx, IBES (International Bureau of Environmental Studies)

265. Acid Gas Saturated Brine Impact on Carbonate Cap Rock Integrity - Zama Acid Gas EOR & CO2 Storage Project, Lyle Burke, RPS Energy (Canada); Steven Smith, Edward Steadman, John Harju, James Sorensen, Energy & Environmental Research Center; David Ryan, Natural Resources Canada; Doug Nimchuk, Bill Jackson, Apache Canada Ltd.

266. Evolution of The Physical and Mechanical Properties of Carbonate Rock Due to The Injection of CO2, Dragan Grigic, Nancy University (Laego-Images)

267. Overview of Wellbore Integrity Research for the IEA GHG Weyburn-Midale CO2 Monitoring and Storage Project, Chris Hawkes, University of Saskatchewan; Craig Gardner, Chevron Energy Technology Company; Theresa Watson, T.L. Watson Associates Inc.; Rick Chalaturnyk, University of Alberta

268. Geomechanical and Geochemical Impact of CO2 Injection on Low Porosity Storage Domain Rocks (Caprocks and Barriers to Fluid Flow): An Experimental and Analytical Approach, P. Armitage, D.R. Faulkner, R.H. Worden, University of Liverpool

Demonstration Projects

Development of Best Practice Guidelines

269. CO2 Flow Baseline: Key Factors of The Geochemical Monitoring Program of Future CO2 Storage at Claye-Souilly (Paris Basin), Philippe de Donato, Jacque Pironon, Jerome Sterpenich, Odile Barres, IMAGES Group, Nancy Université-CNRS; Alain Laurent, Mederic Piedevache, SOLEXPERTS AG; Zbigniew Pokryszka, INERIS; Natalia Quisel, Nicolas Pampoux, Veolia Environnement Recherche & Innovation

Demonstration Projects - Experiences

270. Experiences in CCS Demonstrations in The Netherlands, Paul Lako, Heleen Groenenberg, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN); Toon van Harmelen, KEMA; Muriel van der Kuip, Janneke van Wingerden, TNO

271. Reservoir Characterization of the Mt. Simon Sandstone, Illinois Basin, USA, Scott Frailey, James Damico, Hannes Leetaru, Illinois Geological Survey

272. Groundwater Monitoring at The Otway Project Site, Australia, Allison Hortle, Charlotte Stalvies, CSIRO/CO2CRC; Patrice deCaritat, Geoscience Australia/CO2CRC

273. Results from Sleipner Gravity Monitoring: Updated Density and Temperature Distribution of The CO2 Plume, Håvard Alnes, Ola Eiken, Torkell Stenvold, Statoil ASA; Scott Nooner,  Columbia University; Mark Zumberge, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California

274. Integrating Carbon Capture with Transportation and Storage, George Koperna, Advanced Resources International, Inc.; Richard Esposito, Southern Company; Richard Rhudy, Robert Trautz, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI); Gerald Hill, Southern States Energy Board (SSEB)

275. CLEAN - Large-Scale CO2 Storage for Enhanced Gas Recovery in a Depleted German Gasfield, Michael Kuehn, Heinz Wendel, GFZ - German Research Centre for Geosciences, CLEAN Partners

276. Pilot Plant Assessment of UCARSOL FGC 3000 Performance on Advanced Flow Schemes for CO2 Capture from Flue Gas, Frederic Vitse, Larry Czarnecki, David Schmidt, ALSTOM Power Thermal Systems; Craig Schubert, The Dow Chemical Company

277. SENTINELLE: Development of Combined Geochemical Monitoring from Geosphere to Atmosphere. Experimentation on the Site of Rousse (Lacq Pilot), Jaques Pironon, Philippe de Donato, IMAGES group - Nancy Université – CNRS; Gérard Mouronval, TOTAL; Bruno Garcia, IFP; Hervé Lucas, Kaiser Optical Systems; Zbigniew Pokryszka, INERIS; Pierre Flamant, Institut Pierre Simon Laplace, CNRS-LMD; Pierre Cellier, INRA-AgroParisTech; Karine le Pierres, BRGM



Demonstration Projects - Lessons Learnt

278. in Salah Gas Joint Venture: Operating Experience for The CO2 Carbon Capture and Storage Project in the Krechba Field, Algeria, David Mason, Mark Taylor, Chritoph Zinner, Marianne Espinasso, Mohamed Keddam, Russ McDowell, Mansour Atbi, Merouane Hamdani, in Salah Gas Joint Venture

279. The European CCS Project Network – A Forum for First Movers, Olfar Rosnes, Steiner Thon, Michael Kelleher, Eelco Kruisinga, Det Norske Veritas; Simon Bennett, Directorate-General for Energy and Transport, European Commission

Demonstration Projects - New Developments

280. Spatial and Temporal Variability in Atmospheric CO2 Measurements, Donald de Vries, CanSyd Australia Pty Ltd; Cirilo Bernardo, CanSyd Australia Pty Ltd and Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Gas Technologies

281. Real Time Monitoring of Storage Sites - Application to Decatur Project, Illinois, Guillemette Picard, Thomas Berard, Ethan Chabora, Scott Marsteller, Schlumberger Carbon Services; Uwe Rinck, Robert Greenaway, Schlumberger; Christophe Champagnon, Julien Davard, Atos Origin; Robert Finlay, Illinois State Geological Survey

282. The Fort Nelson Carbon Capture and Storage Project – A Program for Large-Scale Geologic Storage of CO2 from a Natural Gas-Processing Plant in British Columbia,Canada, James A. Sorensen, Steven A. Smith, Edward N Steadman, John A, Harju, Energy & Environmental Research Center; David Moffatt, Al Laundry, Spectra Energy

283. FINNCAP - Meri-Pori CCS Demonstration Project, Joonas Rauramo, Mikko Iso-Tryykäri, Fortum

284. Breakthroughs in Seismic and Borehole Characterization of Basalt Sequestration Targets, Charlotte Sullivan, B.P. McGrail, Battelle Pacific Northwest Division; Bob Hardage, University of Texas at Austin

Relation Between CCS & Energy & Climate Policies


285. BECCS - A CDM Perspective, Kenneth Möllersten, Mälardalen University; Tim Dixon, IEAGHG; Mikael Roman, Stockholm Environment Institute; Fabio Saraiva Schott, Climate Consulting Brazil

Comparisons with Other Mitigation Options

286. Comparative Assessment of CCS with Other Technologies Mitigating Climate Change, Toshihiko Miyagawa, Chiyoda Corporation; Ryuji Matsuhashi, Tokyo University; Shigeo Muri, Research Insitute of Innovative Technology for the Earth; Motoshi Muraoka, NTT Data Institute of Management Consulting, Inc.

287. Is All CCS Equal? Classifying CCS Applications by Their Potential Climate Benefit, Jon Gibbins, Hannah Chalmers, University of Edinburgh

288. Sleipner and Pre-Salt: The Competitive Strategic Concerns Promoting CCS in Norway and Brazil, Mikael Román, Stockholm Environment Institute; Fábio Saraiva Schott, Climate Consulting; Kenneth Möllersten, Mälardalen University

Relation Between CCS & Energy Climate Policies

289. Assessment of Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Options and Costs for California Petroleum Industry Facilities: The Shape of Things to Come, Susann Nordrum, Chevron Energy Technology Company: Daniel Lieberman, Chevron Corporation; Mary Colombo, Alan Gorski, Charles Webb, Chevron USA Incorporated

Policy Approaches

290. The IEA CCS Roadmap: One Year On, Brendan Beck, Keith Burnard, International Energy Agency; John Gale, IEAGHG; Bob Peggler, GCCSI

291. Communication About Prospects and Limitations of Simulation Results for Policy Makers: The Case of Carbon Capture and Storage, Dirk Scheer, University of Stuttgart

292. Commercial Value Chain Optimisation and Economic Modelling in a CCS Demonstration Project, Marten Adema, Shell International Exploration and Production

293. Drivers and Issues Towards Large Scale Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Deployment and Possible Government Responses, Marten Slagter, Edmund Wellenstein, EBN

294. Accelerating Carbon Capture and Sequestration Projects: Analysis and Comparison of Policy Approaches, Elizabeth Burton, Souheil Ezzedine, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Policy Instruments

295. EPS, ETS, Renewable Obligations and Feed in Tariffs - Critical Reflections on The Compatibility of Different Instruments to Combat Climate Change, Peter Ragden, Dan Meredith, Jörg Kruhl, E.ON Energie AG

296. Policy Instruments for Advancing CCS in Dutch Power Generation, Heleen Groenenberg, Ad Seebregts, Pieter Boot, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands

Site Selection

297. Analysis of Energy Strategies to Halve CO2 Emissions by the Year 2050 with a Regionally Disaggregated World Energy Model, Yoshifumi Hosoya, Yasumasa Fujii, The University of Tokyo;

298. Role and Issues of CCS in Long-Term Sustainable Emission Reductions and Toward Sustainable Development, Kohko Tokushige, Keigo Akimoto, Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth

Carbon Tax

299. Deployment of CCS Technologies Across the Load Curve for a Competitive Electricity Market as a Function of CO2 Emissions Permit Prices, Patrick Luckow, Marshall Wise, James Dooley, Joint Global Change Research Institute, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Legal Aspects of CCS & Long Term Liability

Legal Aspects of CCS & Long Term Liability

300. A Comparative Analysis of Regulations for Geological Storage of Carbon Dioxide,  Jose Condor, IPAC-CO2; Malcolm Wilson, Koorosh Asghari, IPAC-CO2 and University of Regina

301. First Steps Towards a Regulatory Framework for Site Exploration, Monitoring and Assessemnt of Abandoned Wells in Germany, Franz May, Falk Weinlich, BGR; Gabriela von Goerne, Ansbacher

302. Monitoring for Greenhouse Gas Accounting at Geologic Sequestration Sites: Technical and Policy Analysis, Melissa Pollak, University of Minnesota; Sean McCoy, Carnegie Mellon University

303. Application of CO2QUALSTORE Guideline to Specification of Criteria for CO2 Storage Site Closure, Michael Carpenter, Jørg Aarnes, Ole Kristian Sollie, Olafr Røsnes, Det Norske Veritas

Major CCS R,D&D Projects

CCS in China

304. EU-China Coach Project: Findings and Recommendations, Tony Espie, BP Alternative Energy; Juitian Zhang, Administrative Centre for China’s Agenda 21

305. Guidelines for Safe and Effective Carbon Capture and Storage in China, Zhaofeng Xu, Donjie Zhang, Zheng Li; Tsinghua University; Sarah Forbes, World Resource Institute

306. Inventory of Modern Chinese Coal-Power Plants Subjected to Replacement and Retrofitting with CCS on a Typological Basis, Jens Hetland, SINTEF Energy Research; Liu Lianbo, Thermal Power Research Institute (China); Flavio Franco, Alstom Power Ltd.

307. The Potential Role of CCS to Mitigate Carbon Emissions in Future China, Wenying Chen, Tsinghua University

308. Possibilities and Potentials of Geological Co-Storage CO2 and SO2 in China: Insights from Numerical Simulation, Qi Li, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Chinese Academy of Sciences; Xiaochun Li, Ning Wei, Zhiming Fang, Chinese Academy of Sciences

309. Early Opportunities of Carbon Capture and Storage in China, Xiaochun Li, Ning Wei, Zhiming Fang, Qi Li, Chinese Academy of Sciences

310. CO2 Storage Capacity Estimates for Selected Regions of China – Results from China-UK Near Zero Emissions Coal (NZEC) Initiative, Jonathan Pearce, Ceri Vincent, Karen Kirk, British Geological Survey; Mingyuan Li, China University of Petroleum Beijing; Shaoran Ren, China University of Petroleum Huadong; Guomin Li, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Wenying Chen, Tsinghua University

Major CCS R, D&D Projects - Lessons Learnt

311. Determining CO2/Brine Relative Permeability and Capillary Entry Pressures for Reservoir Rocks and Caprocks: Interlaboratory Comparison and Development of Standard Protocols, Andreas Busch, Nadja Müller, Shell International E&P

312. P-T-rho and Two-Phase Fluid Conditions with Inverted Density Profile in Observation Wells at The CO2 Storage Site at Ketzin (Germany), Jan Henninges, Axel Liebscher, Wulf Brandt, Fabien Möller, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences; Andreas Bannach, ESK Erdgasspeicher Kalle GmbH; Susanne Hurter, Schlumberger Carbon Services; Sebastian Köhler, UGS GmbH

Major CCS R,D&D Projects

313. Prospects for Application of CCS in Finland, Sebastian Tier, Antti Arasto, Tiina Koljonen, Janne Kärki, Eemeli Tsupari, Lauri Kujanpää, Matti Nieminen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland;  Lauri Solismaa, Jukka Kousa, Solie Aatos, Geological Survey of Finland (GTK)

314. ECCSEL - European Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage Laboratory Infrastructure, Astrid Lilliestrale, Morten Gronli, Arne Bredesedn, Olav Bolland; NTNU; Maria Barrio, Nils Rokke, SINTEF Energy Research

Major CCS R,D&D Projects - Programme Overview

315. Assessment for Carbon Capture and Storage Opportunities: Portuguese Case Study, Mário Melo, Hana Gerbelová, Sérgio Casimiro, Christos Ioakimidis, Paulo Ferrão, In+, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal and MIT Portugal Program; Fernando Barriga, Creminer LA-ISR and GeoFCUL, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa

316. CEER SUCCESS: Subsurface CO2 Storage – Critical Elements and Superior Strategy, Eyvind Aker, Norwegian Geotechnical Institute; Harald Johansen, Ingrid Anne Munz, Institute for Energy Technology;  Arvid Nøttvedt, Christian Michelsen Research; Ivar Aavatsma, Uni Research; Per Aagaard, University of Oslo; Truls Johannesen, University of Bergen; Dominique Durand, Norwegian Institute for Water Research; Alvar Braathen, University Centre in Svalbard

317. BIGCCS Centre Boosting CCS Research and Innovation, Mona J. Mølnvik, Grethe Tangen, Nils A. Røkke, SINTEF Energy Research

318. Current Status of The Main CCS Initiatives in The Major Emerging Economies, Jose Condor, International Performance Assessment Centre for the Geologic Storage of Carbon Dioxide; Malcolm Wilson, Koorosh Asghari, International Performance Assessment Centre for the Geologic Storage of Carbon Dioxide  and University of Regina

319. The Current Status of CCS Development in South Africa, Brendan Beck, International Energy Agency

320. The Current Status of CCS Development in Indonesia, Brendan Beck, Brent Jacobs, International Energy

321. Progress of AIST’s Research Programs for CO2 Geological Storage, Shinsuke Nakao, Toshiyuki Tosha, Geological Survey of Japan, AIST

322. Initiatives in Carbon Capture and Geological Sequestration at PETROBRAS Research and Development Center, Sueli Hatimondi, Andrea Moreira, Ana Paula Musse, Clarissa Melo, Rodolfo Dino, Fernando Castellões, Petrobras

Public Perception and Acceptance of CCS

Communication on CCS

323. The Role of Public Trust in The Context of Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage (CCS): Towards a Better Understanding of Public Acceptance, Bart Terwel, Fieke Harnick, Naomi Ellmers, Dancker Daamen, Leiden University

324. Meeting CCS Communication Challenges Head-on:  Integrating Communications Planning, Risk Assessment, and Project Management, Sallie Greenberg, Robert Finley, University of Illinois; Lori Gauvreau, Ken Hnottavange-Telleen, Scott Marsteller, Schlumberger Carbon Services

325. Who’s Talking CCS, Peta Ashworth, George Quezada, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

326. Advanced KMS for Knowledge Sharing and Building Confidence in CCS, Hiroyasu Takase, Quintessa; Ian McKinley, McKinley Consulting; Julia West, British Geological Survey; Tsukasa Kumagi, JGC Corporation; Makoto Akai, AIST

Public Perception - Practical Experience

327. Dual-Track CCS Project Proponent Stakeholder Engagement Programs – Lessons Learned from FutureGen in Illinois, Gretchen Hund, Battelle; Sallie Greenberg, Illinois State Geological Survey – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

328. International Comparison of Public Outreach Practices Associated with Large Scale CCS Projects, CFJ Feenstra, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands; Peta Ashworth, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation; Sarah Wade, AJW, Inc.; Sallie Greenberg, University of Illinois; Judith Bradbury, Gretchen Hund, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

329. The Public and CCS: The Importance of Communication and Participation in The Context of Local Realities, Jane Desbarats, Institute for European Environmental Policy; Suzanne Brunsting, Marjolein de Best-Waldhober, ECN (Netherlands Energy Research Foundation); Paul Upham, Carly McLachlan, University of Manchester; Hauke Riesch, David Reiner, University of Cambridge; Elisabeth Duetschke, Fraunhofer Institute; Christian Oltra, Roser Sala, CIEMAT - Research Centre for Energy, Environment and Technology

330. Road-Testing the Outreach Best Practices Manual: Applicability for Implementation of the Development Phase Projects by the Regional Carbon Sequestration Partnerships, Sarah Wade, AJW;  Dan Daly, UNDEERC; Judith Bradbury, Pacific Northwest Laboratory; Gary Garrett, Southern States Energy Board; Sallie Greenberg, Illinois State Geological Survey; Richard Myhre, Bevilacqua-Knight, Inc.; Tarla Peterson, Texas A&M University; Lindsey Tollefson, Big Sky Carbon Sequestration Partnership

Public Perception of CCS

331. Employing CCS Technologies in a Developing Nation: A Case Study for Trinidad and Tobago, David Alexander, Donnie Boodlal, The University of Trinidad and Tobago; Steven Bryant, The University of Texas at Austin

332. What Are The Prospects for CCS in India? Results from an Expert Stakeholder Survey, Rudra Kaplia, Stuart Haszeldine, Hannah Chalmers, University of Edinburgh; Matt Leach, University of Surrey

333. Separating Fact from Fiction: The Impact of Social Media and Crowd-Sourcing on Financial Investments in CCS Technology, Chiara Trabucchi, Industrial Economics, Incorporated; Sallie Greenberg, Illinois State Geological Survey

334. Public Perception and Acceptance of CCS in Canada:  Scientific Survey Results and Implications for Public Education and a Strategic Framework, Janice Stokes, Stokes Research Inc.; Garnett Garven, Public Policy Forum (Canada); Malcolm Wilson, IPAC-CO2 and University of Regina; Paitoon Tontiwachwuthikul, University of Regina

335. Development of CCS Awareness and Knowledge of the General Dutch Public Between 2004 and 2008, Marjolein de Best-Waldhober, ECN; Dancker Daamen, Leiden University

336. Building Trust in CCS: A Two Way Street, Peta Ashworth, Gillian Paxton, Simone Carr Cornish, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

337. CCS-Levels of Uncertainty, Hauke Riesch, David Reiner, Judge Business School

338. Public Perceptions of CCS in Context: Results of NearCO2 Focus Groups in The UK, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, Spain and Poland, Paul Upham, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research and Tyndall Centre Manchester; Thomas Roberts, Tyndall Centre Manchester

339. Public Acceptance of Subsea Underground Carbon Storage, Kyogo Amikawa, Shinichiro Hirabayashi, Toru Sato, University of Tokyo

340. Linking Public Acceptance with Expert Knowledge on CO2 Storage: Outcomes of a Delphi Approach, Sandra Wassermann, Marlen Schultz, Dirk Scheer, University of Stuttgart – ZIRN

341. Risk from CO2 Storage in Saline Aquifers: a Comparison of Lay and Expert Perceptions of Risk, Sarah Mander, Tom Roberts, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research; Debbie Polson, The University of Edinburgh

342. A Comparative State-Level Analysis of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Discourse Among Energy Stakeholders and the Public, Jennie Stephens, Rumika Chaudry, Laeh Melnick, Clark University - International Development, Community and Environment; Elizabeth Wilson, Miriam Fischlein, University of Minnesota; Tarla Rai Peterson, Chara Ragland, Andrea Feldpausc, Texas A&M University

343. Sharing Learnings from CCS Demonstration Projects in Canada, Milenka Mitrovic, Brianne Rossi, Natural Resources Canada

344. Optimal Commercial Structures for Integrated CCS-EOR Projects, Anna Agarwal, John Parsons, Massachusetts Institute of Technology




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