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CO2 Injectivity in geological storages: an overview of program and results of the GeoCarbone-Injectivity Project

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The objective of the GeoCarbone-Injectivity project was to develop a methodology to study the complex phenomena involved in the near wellbore region during CO2 injection. This paper presents an overview of the program and results of the project, and some further necessary developments. The proposed methodology is based on experiments and simulations at the core scale, in order to understand (physical modelling and definition of constitutive laws) and quantify (calibration of simulation tools) the mechanisms involved in injectivity variations: fluid/rock interactions, transport mechanisms, geomechanical effects. These mechanisms and the associated parameters have then to be integrated in the models at the wellbore scale. The methodology has been applied for the study of a potential injection of CO2 in the Dogger geological formation of the Paris Basin, in collaboration with the other ANR GeoCarbone projects.
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hal-00557682 , version 1 (28-11-2018)

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Jean-Marc Lombard, Mohamed Azaroual, Jacques Pironon, Daniel Broseta, Patrick Egermann, et al.. CO2 Injectivity in geological storages: an overview of program and results of the GeoCarbone-Injectivity Project. Oil & Gas Science and Technology - Revue d'IFP Energies nouvelles, 2010, 65 (4), pp.533-539. ⟨10.2516/ogst/2010013⟩. ⟨hal-00557682⟩
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