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NCCS Webinar - Instability in salt precipitation due to dry CO2 injection


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Presenter: Jelena Todorovic, SINTEF Industry

Salt clogging is potentially a serious issue for efficient long-term CO2 injection into saline aquifers and depleted oil and gas reservoirs. In our core-flooding experiments at reservoir conditions, we observed instability in salt precipitation caused by interplay of different parameters, mainly CO2 injection rate, porosity, and permeability. This work contributes to better understanding of underlying physical mechanisms and has implications on operational strategies for more efficient CO2 injection.


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