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The CO2FieldLab project: how to adapt a geochemical monitoring strategy to complex geological environments

Abstract

Under the auspices of the CO2FieldLab project, a shallow CO 2 leakage experiment was conducted during the summer in 2011 in Norway . Th is experiment was designed to describe the CO 2 behaviour during an induced leakage, and consisted of an injection in saturated horizons followed by physical/chemical monitoring in both saturated and unsaturated horizons . The leakage site , the Svelvik ridge, is located in the Drammen Fjord, 50 km south - west of Oslo. The injection was performed at a c.a. 20 m depth in heterogeneous glacio - fluviatile formations. We are here focus ing on the results obtained from the geochemical monitoring

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hal-00807460 , version 1 (15-07-2013)

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Frédérick Gal, Pauline Humez, Jean-François Girard, Eric Proust, David Widory. The CO2FieldLab project: how to adapt a geochemical monitoring strategy to complex geological environments. The 7th Trondheim CCS Conference, Jun 2013, Trondheim, Norway. ⟨hal-00807460⟩

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