CO2 sequestration: Storage capacity guideline needed

Scott M Frailey, Robert J. Finley, T. Scott Hickman

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Abstract

Petroleum reserves are classified for the assessment of available supplies by governmental agencies, management of business processes for achieving exploration and production efficiency, and documentation of the value of reserves and resources in financial statements. Up to the present however, the storage capacity determinations made by some organizations in the initial CO2 resource assessment are incorrect technically. New publications should thus cover differences in mineral adsorption of CO2 and dissolution of CO2 in various brine waters.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Volume104
No30
Specialist publicationOil and Gas Journal
StatePublished - Aug 14 2006

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CO2 sequestration : Storage capacity guideline needed. / Frailey, Scott M; Finley, Robert J.; Hickman, T. Scott.

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Frailey, SM, Finley, RJ & Hickman, TS 2006, 'CO2 sequestration: Storage capacity guideline needed' Oil and Gas Journal, vol. 104, no. 30.
Frailey, Scott M ; Finley, Robert J. ; Hickman, T. Scott. / CO2 sequestration : Storage capacity guideline needed. In: Oil and Gas Journal. 2006 ; Vol. 104, No. 30.
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