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Estimation of the Mass of Injected CO2 at Sleipner Using Time-Lapse Seismic DataNormal access

Authors: R.J. Arts, R. Elsayed, L. van der Meer, O. Eiken, S. Ostmo, A. Chadwick, G. Kirby and B. Zinszner
Event name: 64th EAGE Conference & Exhibition
Session: CO2 Sequenstration & Gas Storage
Publication date: 27 May 2002
Organisations: EAGE
Language: English
Info: Extended abstract, PDF ( 191.45Kb )
Price: € 20

Summary:
H-16 ESTIMATION OF THE MASS OF INJECTED CO2 AT SLEIPNER USING TIME-LAPSE SEISMIC DATA Abstract 1 Since September 1996 Statoil and its Sleipner Partners have injected CO2 into a saline aquifer at a depth of approximately 900 m with an injection rate of up to 1 million tons per year. The aquifer comprising the Utsira Sand has a thickness of more than 200 m near the injection site and is sealed by thick shales. A multi-institutional research project SACS (Saline Aquifer CO2 Storage) was formed to predict and monitor the migration of the injected CO2. 3-D seismic data were acquired


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