CO₂ Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS)

Richard Baker

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• Overview
• Economic of CO2 Hub
• Detailed reservoir/aquifer workflows
• Risk factors
• Measurement, Monitoring and Verification (MMV) (reaction)Read more...

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Course contents

    Chapter 1 - Introduction to CCUS

    1.01 Course Summary

    1.02 Central Theme Through Out Course

    1.03 Key Components in Overview

    1.04 Target of CCUS, Where are the Projects and Timing/Scale of Projects

    1.05 Attractiveness of Western Canadian Basin Targets

    1.06 Where are CCS projects in North America and Worldwide

    1.07 Answer to Conversion Question

    Chapter 2 - Economics

    2.01 Economics - Building on our mental model

    2.02 Infrastructure and Pipelines

    2.03 Building on your Mental Model

    2.04 Carbon Capture Technology

    2.05 CO₂ Transportation - Pipelines

    2.06 Site Criteria for CCS - Geology

    Chapter 3 - Reservoir Characteristics & Fluid Properties

    3.01 Mechanisms of Trapping

    3.02 Fluid Properties/Phase Behavior

    3.03 What Type of Storage Do I Select?

    Chapter 4 - Permeability, Injectivity & Plume Migration

    4.01 Why Can’t We Just Use Core (air) Permeability?

    4.02 Long Term Reservoir Injection Rates, Pressures and Injectivity

    4.03 Plume Migration

    4.04 Shell Quest Project

    Chapter 5 - General Workflow for CCUS

    5.01 General Workflow Overview

    5.02 Volumetrics for Aquifer, Depleted Oil and Gas Field

    5.03 Regional Aquifer Study - Part 1

    5.04 Regional Aquifer Study - Part 2

    5.05 Value of Information from Existing Wells for CCUS

    5.06 Quest Project - Comparing OGIP vs Volume

    Chapter 6 - Core and Log Analysis

    6.01 Core and Log Examination

    6.02 Storage Efficiency

    6.03 Reservoir Injectivity - Part 1

    6.04 Reservoir Injectivity - Part 2

    Chapter 7 - CO₂ Storage Constraints

    7.01 Constraints on CO₂ Storage

    7.02 Exercise, Calculation of Viscous Gravity (Lakes method) Number