A combined geochemical and mu CT study on the CO2 reactivity of Surat Basin reservoir and cap-rock cores: Porosity changes, mineral dissolution and fines migration
Geological storage of CO2 generally involves injection of a CO2 stream into a high porosity and permeability reservoir, contained by one or more overlying low permeability formations. Sandstone reservoirs and associated cap-rocks of targeted CO2 storage sites therefore have distinct properties such as porosity and mineral contents. Their geochemical response or reactivity to injected supercritical CO2 and associated changes in porosity, and permeability affecting scaling, mineral trapping,...[Show more]
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