2008
DOI: 10.1080/10916460701824490 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Carbon dioxide gas, a greenhouse gas (GHG), is released in the atmosphere by combustion of solid waste, wood, and fossil fuels for energy generation. Due to conspicuous absence of CO 2 sequestration studies for Alaska, the study of CO 2 sequestration options on North Slope has a very important role to play. The screening of the oil reservoirs to evaluate the technical feasibility with respect to their CO 2 -EOR potential was performed by calculating the rank of the oil reservoirs with parametric approach. CMG-… Show more

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“…For CO 2 storage, however, one will be interested in maximizing CO 2 retention in the reservoir, while minimizing costs. A number of investigators have considered opportunities for increasing oil recovery while storing CO 2 (e.g., Kovscek 2002;Trivedi and Babadagli, 2005;Patil et al, 2008;Ghomian 2008). It can be expected that an optimized EOR project would not necessarily be optimized with respect to CO 2 storage.…”
Section: Eor and Co 2 Storagementioning
“…The research was also focused on the associated CO 2 storage and enhancement of hydrocarbons production, especially oil [2,6,13,20,25,31]. About 20% of oil is produced with primary methods.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning