Carbon Capture and Sequestration: New Developments and Applications, Case Studies, Lessons Learned
August 10-12, 2010 | Golden, CO
Accepting proposals until June 1, 2010. Pleaseemail Susan Nash .
Special Keynote talks will be presented during lunch each day.
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Three-day workshop: 10-12 August
Documents and badges on-site
Certificate of Completion
Early Bird Pricing through July 5
$895 - AAPG Member
$995 - AAPG Nonmember
After July 5
$995 - AAPG Member
$1,095 - AAPG Nonmember
Tel: +918 560-2650
Fax: +918 560-2678
Session Co-Chairs (in alphabetical order)
- Dave Barnes, Western Michigan University
- Robert Benson, Colorado School of Mines
- Martin Cassidy, University of Houston
- Andrew Cavanagh, Permedia Research
- Eric Davis, Pinnacle
- Charles Gorecki, University of North Dakota
- Ronald Klusman, Emeritus Professor, Colorado School of Mines
- Hui-Hai Liu, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- Tip Meckel, Gulf Coast Carbon Center
- Mary North-Abbott, Montana Tech
- Ben Rostron, University of Alberta
- Jonny Rutqvist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- Dwight Rychel, PTTC
- Talib Syed, TSA, Inc.
- Bob Trentham, CEED-UTPB
- K. Udo Weyer, WDA Consultants Inc., Calgary
- Guoxiang Zhang, Shell Oil Company
Schedule of GTW Sessions:
- SESSION 1: Geological Characterization & Analogs
- A Comparison Between Two Approaches in Reservoir Rock Typing: Hydraulic Flow Unit Concept and Effective Capillary Pressure Distribution;
- Geologically Complex Sequestration Targets: Spatial Variability in Injectivity and Storage Capacity;
- Core Sample Flow Properties Changes Due to Supercritical CO2 Exposure.
- SESSION 2: Physical Processes
- Physical Considerations in Geological Carbon Storage;
- Seismic Characterization of Fluid Movements in CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery Projects;
- Large Scale Deep Groundwater Flow Systems in the Area of the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandle;
- Modeling of Single and Multiphase Flow of Subsurface Fluids by Hubbert’s Force Potential;
- Physics, Field Occurrence, and Mathematical Modeling of Downward Directed ‘Buoyancy Forces’;
- Fluid Dynamics of the Hydrostatic Off Shore Conditions at the Sleipner Site (Buoyant Behavior of CO2).
- SESSION 3: Modeling - Calibration, Validation and Prediction
- Testing Saline Aquifer Models with Sparse and Mixed Data Types.
- SESSION 4: Storage
- Well Integrity Technical and Regulatory Considerations for CO2 Injection Wells;
- Geological Sequestration Opportunities in Wyoming;
- The Application of High-Resolution Numerical Simulators to Storage Sites.
- SESSION 5: Geochemical Processes
- Surface and Near-Surface Geochemical Detection of Gas Microseepage from CO2 Sequestration and CO2 EOR Projects;
- SESSION 6: Geomechanics
- Sensitivity of Surface Deformation Monitoring to Changes in Fluid Depth;
- Monitoring of Surface Deformation Over CCS Sites Using Satellite-Based Radar Imagery;
- Coupled Non-Isothermal Modeling of Ground Surface Deformations and Induced Seismicity at the In Salah CO2 Storage Operation.
- SESSION 7: EOR / Residual Oil Zones (ROZ)
- SESSION 8: Lessons Learned from Regional Consortia
- Coal-Fired Power Plants in the U.S. - Examining the Costs of Retrofitting with CO2 Capture Technology.
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