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Formation integrity evaluation for geosequestration of CO2 in depleted petroleum reservoirs under cyclic stress conditions. (2024)
Journal Article
AMINAHO, E.N., HOSSAIN, M., FAISAL, N.H. and SANAEE, R. 2024. Formation integrity evaluation for geosequestration of CO2 in depleted petroleum reservoirs under cyclic stress conditions. Geoenergy science and engineering [online], 238, article 212892. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoen.2024.212892

The geological storage of carbon dioxide (CO2), also referred to as CO2 geosequestration, represents one of the most promising options for reducing greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. However, most of the time, CO2 is captured with small amounts of o... Read More about Formation integrity evaluation for geosequestration of CO2 in depleted petroleum reservoirs under cyclic stress conditions..

Evaluation of caprock integrity for geosequestration of CO2 in low-temperature reservoirs (Flexible Funding 2022). [Blog post] (2024)
Digital Artefact
AMINAHO, E.N. 2024. Evaluation of Caprock Integrity for Geosequestration of CO2 in Low-Temperature Reservoirs (Flexible Funding 2022). [Blog post]. Posted on UKCCSRC, 19 January 2024. Available from: https://ukccsrc.ac.uk/blog_posts/evaluation-of-caprock-integrity-for-geosequestration-of-co2-in-low-temperature-reservoirs-flexible-funding-2022/

Carbon dioxide (CO2) geosequestration refers to its injection and storage in underground formations. It has been proven to be a good option for reducing atmospheric emissions of CO2. Carbon dioxide can be injected and stored in salt caverns, aquifers... Read More about Evaluation of caprock integrity for geosequestration of CO2 in low-temperature reservoirs (Flexible Funding 2022). [Blog post].