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Geophysical Monitoring for Geologic Carbon Storage


Geophysical Monitoring for Geologic Carbon Storage


Geophysical Monograph Series 1. Aufl.

von: Lianjie Huang

146,99 €

Verlag: Wiley
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 21.02.2022
ISBN/EAN: 9781119156857
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 464

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<p><b>Methods and techniques for monitoring subsurface carbon dioxide storage</b></p> <p>Storing carbon dioxide in underground geological formations is emerging as a promising technology to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the atmosphere. A range of geophysical techniques can be deployed to remotely track carbon dioxide plumes and monitor changes in the subsurface, which is critical for ensuring for safe, long-term storage.</p> <p><i>Geophysical Monitoring for Geologic Carbon Storage</i> provides a comprehensive review of different geophysical techniques currently in use and being developed, assessing their advantages and limitations.</p> <p><b>Volume highlights include:</b></p> <ul> <li>Geodetic and surface monitoring techniques</li> <li>Subsurface monitoring using seismic techniques</li> <li>Subsurface monitoring using non-seismic techniques</li> <li>Case studies of geophysical monitoring at different geologic carbon storage sites</li> </ul> <p><i>The American Geophysical Union promotes discovery in Earth and space science for the benefit of humanity. Its publications disseminate scientific knowledge and provide resources for researchers, students, and professionals</i>.</p>
<p>List of Contributors vii</p> <p>Preface xi</p> <p>1 Evaluating Different Geophysical Monitoring Techniques for Geological Carbon Storage<br /><i>Lianjie Huang and Xianjin Yang</i> 1</p> <p><b>Part I Geodetic and Surface Monitoring</b></p> <p>2 Geodetic Monitoring of the Geological Storage of Greenhouse Gas Emissions<br /><i>Donald Vasco, Alessandro Ferretti, Alessio Rucci, Giacomo Falorni, Sergey Samsonov, Don White, and Magdalena Czarnogorska</i> 11</p> <p>3 Surface Monitoring, Verification, and Accounting (MVA) for Geologic Sequestration Storage<br /><i>Samuel Clegg, Kristy Nowak-Lovato, Robert Currier, Julianna Fessenden, and Ronald Martinez</i> 29</p> <p><b>Part II Subsurface Seismic Monitoring</b></p> <p>4 Optimal Design of Microseismic Monitoring Network for Cost-Effective Monitoring of Geologic Carbon Storage<br /><i>Ting Chen and Lianjie Huang</i> 43</p> <p>5 Seismic Response of Fractured Sandstone During Geological Sequestration of CO2: Laboratory Measurements at Mid (Sonic) Frequencies and X-Ray CT Fluid Phase Visualization<br /><i>Seiji Nakagawa and Timothy Kneafsey</i> 53</p> <p>6 Dynamic Moduli and Attenuation: Rhyolite and Carbonate Examples<br /><i>Daniel Delaney, Christopher Purcell, Alan Mur, Igor Haljasmaa, Yee Soong, Dustin Crandall, and William Harbert</i> 73</p> <p>7 Elastic-Wave Sensitivity Propagation for Optimal Time-Lapse Seismic Survey Design<br /><i>Kai Gao, Huseyin Denli, Xuefeng Shang, and Lianjie Huang</i> 93</p> <p>8 Time-Lapse Offset VSP Monitoring at the Aneth CO2-EOR Field<br /><i>Zhifu Zhang and Lianjie Huang</i> 125</p> <p>9 Reverse Time Migration of Time-Lapse Walkaway VSP Data for Monitoring CO2 Injection at the SACROC CO2-EOR Field<br /><i>Yi Wang, Hui Huang, and Lianjie Huang</i> 145</p> <p>10 Least-Squares Reverse-Time Migration for Reservoir Imaging at the Cranfield CO2-EOR Field<br /><i>Sirui Tan, Lianjie Huang, and Thomas M. Daley</i> 155</p> <p>11 Quantifying Changes of Subsurface Geophysical Properties Using Double-Difference Seismic-Waveform Inversion<br /><i>Youzuo Lin, Zhigang Zhang, and Lianjie Huang</i> 167</p> <p>12 Multicomponent Seismic Data and Joint Inversion<br /><i>Bryan DeVault, Vincent Clochard, Lee H. Spangler, and David W. Bowen</i> 179</p> <p>13 Tracking Subsurface Supercritical CO2 Using Advanced Reflection Seismic and Well Log-Based Workflows Incorporating Fluid Density and Pore Pressure Effects: Relevance to Reservoir Monitoring and CO2 EOR<br /><i>Alan Mur, Thomas M. Daley, and William Harbert</i> 197</p> <p><b>Part III Subsurface Nonseismic Monitoring</b></p> <p>14 Monitoring Carbon Storage Sites With Time-Lapse Gravity Surveys<br /><i>Delphine Appriou and Alain Bonneville</i> 213</p> <p>15 Fundamentals of Electrical and Electromagnetic Techniques for CO2 Monitoring<br /><i>Erika Gasperikova and H. Frank Morrison</i> 233</p> <p>16 Monitoring Geologic Carbon Sequestration Using Electrical Resistivity Tomography<br /><i>Xianjin Yang and Charles Carrigan</i> 255</p> <p>17 Monitoring of Large-Scale CO2 Injection Using CSEM, Gravimetric, and Seismic AVO Data<br /><i>Svenn Tveit and Trond Mannseth</i> 273</p> <p>18 Self-Potential Monitoring for Geologic Carbon Dioxide Storage<br /><i>Yuji Nishi and Tuneo Ishido</i> 303</p> <p><b>Part IV Case Studies of Geophysical Monitoring</b></p> <p>19 Microseismic Monitoring, Event Location, and Focal Mechanisms at the Illinois Basin-Decatur Project, Decatur, Illinois, USA<br /><i>Robert A. Bauer, Robert Will, George El-Kaseeh, Paul Jaques, Sallie Greenberg, and Michael Carney</i> 323</p> <p>20 Associated Storage With Enhanced Oil Recovery: A Large-Scale Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage Demonstration in Farnsworth, Texas, USA<br /><i>Robert Balch and Brian McPherson</i> 343</p> <p>21 Testing Geophysical Methods for Assessing CO2 Migration at the SECARB Early Test, Cranfield, Mississippi, USA<br /><i>Susan D. Hovorka</i> 361</p> <p>22 Toward Quantitative CO2 Monitoring at Sleipner, Norway<br /><i>Anouar Romdhane, Bastien Dupuy, Etor Querendez, and Peder Eliasson</i> 383</p> <p>23 Geophysical Monitoring of CO2 Injection at Ketzin, Germany<br /><i>Peter Bergmann, Magdalena Diersch, Julia Gotz, Monika Ivandic, Alexandra Ivanova, Christopher Juhlin, Juliane Kummerow, Axel Liebscher, Stefan L&uuml;th, Sjef Meekes, Ben Norden, Cornelia Schmidt-Hattenberger, Florian Wagner, and Fengjiao Zhang</i> 403</p> <p>24 Geophysical Monitoring Techniques: Current Status and Future Directions<br /><i>Lianjie Huang and Xianjin Yang</i> 439</p> <p>Index 441</p>
<p><b>Lianjie Huang,</b> Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA</p>
<p><b>Geophysical Monitoring for Geologic Carbon Storage</b> <p>Storing carbon dioxide in underground geological formations is emerging as a promising technology to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the atmosphere. A range of geophysical techniques can be deployed to remotely track carbon dioxide plumes and monitor changes in the subsurface, which is critical for ensuring for safe, long-term storage. <p><i>Geophysical Monitoring for Geologic Carbon Storage</i> provides a comprehensive review of different geophysical techniques currently in use and being developed, assessing their advantages and limitations. <p><b>Volume highlights include:</b> <ul><li>Geodetic and surface monitoring techniques </li> <li>Subsurface monitoring using seismic techniques </li> <li>Subsurface monitoring using non-seismic techniques </li> <li>Case studies of geophysical monitoring at different geologic carbon storage sites</li></ul> <p><i> The American Geophysical Union promotes discovery in Earth and space science for the benefit of humanity. Its publications disseminate scientific knowledge and provide resources for researchers, students, and professionals. </i>

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