2F Environmental Impacts

  1. Evaluating and predicting impacts of CO2 intrusion into a confined sandstone aquifer: Experimental and modeling results: 
    Nik Qafoku, Amanda Lawter, Hongbo Shao, Guohui Wang, Chris Brown, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

  2. Insights into CO2 flow and transport along faults gained from a natural analog study near Springerville, AZ, USA.
    Elizabeth Keating, David Dempsey, Rajesh Pawar, LANL; Dennis Newell, Utah State University.
     
  3. Operationally relevant outcomes for CCS from the QICS project: 
    Jerry Blackford, Steve Widdicombe, Karen Tait, Plymouth Marine Laboratory; Henrik Stahl, Scottish Association for Marine Science; Jonathan M Bull, Chris Hauton, Tom M Gernon, Mark E Vardy, Ian Wright, Rachael H James, Melis Cevatoglu, Douglas Connely, Anna Lichstlag, Timothy G Leighton, University of Southampton; Jun Kita, RITE; Maxine Akhurst, Dave Long, Dave Smith, BGS; Toru Sato, University of Tokyo; Baixin Chen, Marius Dewar, Heriot-Watt University; Mark naylor, University of Edinburgh; Masatoshi Hayashi, The General Environmental Technos Co.; Jason Holt, Jack Phekos, Jeff Polton, National Oceanography Centre; Hideshi  Kaieda, CRIEPI;  Kiminori Shitashima, Kyushu University; Nasahiro Suzumura, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
     
  4. A guide for assessing the potential impacts on ecosystems of leakage from CO2 storage sites: 
    Jonathan Pearce, David Jones, Karen Kirk, Julie West,  BGS; Jerry Blackford, PML; Stan Beaubien, URS; Edwin Foekema, IMARES; Vassiliki Gemeni, Fontini Ziogou, CERTH; Julie Lions, BRGM; Richard Metcalfe, Quintessa; Christophe Moni, Bioforsk; Karon Smith, Michael Steven, University of Nottingham

  5. Numerical simulation of CO2 leakage along fault system for the assessment of the environmental impacts at CCS site:
    Takahiro Nakajima, Ziqiu Xue, Shun Chiyonubu, Hiroyuki Azuma, RITE
  • Tuesday, 21 July 2015