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Benson, S. and Cole, D.R. (2008) CO2 Sequestration in Deep Sedimentary Formations. Elements, 4, 325-331.
http://dx.doi.org/10.2113/gselements.4.5.325

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Carbon Dioxide Storage and Sequestration in Unconventional Shale Reservoirs

    AUTHORS: S. Sina Hosseini Boosari, Umut Aybar, Mohammad O. Eshkalak

    KEYWORDS: Carbon Dioxide Sequestration, Shale Reservoirs, Modeling and Simulation, Clean Environment

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, Vol.3 No.1, March 20, 2015

    ABSTRACT: Carbon Dioxide (CO2) storage and sequestration in unconventional shale resources has been attracting interest since last couple of years due to the very unique characteristics of such formations have made them a feasible option for this object. Shale formations are found all around the world and the conventional assets are easily accessible, and also the huge move of operators toward developing unconventional reservoirs during past years leaves many of such formations ready for sequestering CO2. Today, the use of long horizontal wells that are drilled on a pad has the lowest amount of environmental footprint in which for storage and sequestration purpose also provides much more underground pore spaces available for CO2. In this paper we study the state of the art of the technology of CO2 storage and sequestration and provide different and fresh look for its complex phenomena from a mathematical modeling point of view. Moreover, we hope this study provides valuable insights into the use of depleted shale gas reservoirs for carbon sequestration, which as a result, a cleaner atmosphere will be achieved for the life of our next generations. Also, we present that the depleted shale gas reservoirs are very adequate for this purpose as they already have much of the infrastructure required to perform CO2 injection available in sites.