A Case Study of Carbon Dioxide Sequestration in a Coalbed Methane Site in Iran
E. Ghanaatpisheh Senani, H. Behmanesh, S. Bairamzadeh and M. Ghodsbin Jahromi
Event name: Near Surface Geoscience 2016 - 22nd European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics
Session: Carbon Capture and Storage
Publication date: 04 September 2016
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This work aims to present a feasible solution for CO2 storage in Iran. In this study, the geological site (CBM) is studied in terms of both economy and total production. Because of the abundance of oil and gas reserves, coal and its associated gas has not played a significant role in the Iranian energy sector. Iranian coal resources are estimated to be about 8-13 Giga tones, moreover because of the high energy demand production from coal bed methane will become economic.