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Proceedings - 2018 MASTERING THE SUBSURFACE THROUGH TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION, PARTNERSHIPS AND COLLABORATION: CARBON STORAGE AND OIL AND NATURAL GAS TECHNOLOGIES REVIEW MEETING

Proceedings of the 2018 Mastering the Subsurface Through Technology Innovation, Partnerships and Collaboration: Carbon Storage and Oil and Natural Gas Technologies Review Meeting

August 13-16, 2018

 


**Additional posters and presentations will be posted as they are received.**

Monday, August 13, 2018

PRESENTATIONS

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

PRESENTATIONS

 

Session Hydraulic Fracturing/Simulation Diagnostics Intelligent Monitoring Systems/Integration 1 Modeling for CO2 Storage

P1

A Low-Frequency Electrode Array Tool for Fracture Diagnostics in Steel-Cased Wellbores - E-Spectrum Technologies, Inc. - David Glowka Intelligent Monitoring Systems and Advanced Well Integrity and Mitigation - Archer Daniels Midland Corporation - Scott McDonald Multiscale Modeling of Carbon Dioxide Migration and Trapping in Fractured Reservoirs with Validation by Model Comparison and Real-Site Applications - Princeton University - Karl Bandilla

P2

Fracture Diagnostics Using Low Frequency Electromagnetic Induction and Electrically Conductive Proppants - University of Texas at Austin - Mukul Sharma Fundamental Reservoir Properties for High Priority Depositional Environments Targeted for CO2 Storage - National Energy Technology Laboratory - Dustin Crandall Quantitative Characterization of Impacts of Coupled Geomechanics and Flow on Safe Permanent Geological Storage of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) in Fractured Reservoirs - Colorado School of Mines - Philip Winterfeld

P3

Passive Acoustic Metamaterial Proppants for Advanced Fracture Diagnostics - Oceanit – Jacob Pollock Joint Inversion of Time-Lapse Seismic Data - University of North Dakota Energy & Environmental Research Center - Cesar Barajas-Olade Cost Analysis Associated with Capture, Transport, Utilization and Storage (CTUS) of CO2 - National Energy Technology Laboratory - Tim Grant

P4

Optical Seismic Sensor for Low-Cost Frac Monitoring - MagiQ Technologies, Inc. - Caleb Christensen Development of a Framework for Data Integration, Assimilation, and Learning for Geological Carbon Sequestration - University of Texas at Austin - Alexander Sun Characterizing Shales as Seals for CO2 Containment and Shales as Reservoirs for Geologic Storage of CO2 - National Energy Technology Laboratory - Dustin Crandall

P5

Injection and Tracking of Micro Seismic Emitters - Paulsson, Inc. - Björn Paulsson Development of Intelligent Monitoring System (IMS) Modules for the Aquistore CO2 Storage Project - University of North Dakota Energy & Environmental Research Center - Nick Azzolina Integrated Characterization of CO2 Storage Reservoirs on the Rock Springs Uplift Combining Geomechanics, Geochemistry, and Flow Modeling - University of Wyoming - John Kaszuba

 

 

Session Offshore CO2 Storage Resource Assessments Associated CO2 Storage Well Integrity and Zonal Isolation

P1

Southeast Offshore Storage Resource Assessment (SOSRA) - Southern States Energy Board - Jack Pashin and James Knappe Subtask 1.1: Advanced Characterization of Unconventional Oil and Gas Reservoirs to Enhance CO2 Storage Resource Estimates 
- University of North Dakota Energy & Environmental Research Center - Bethany Kurz
Time reversal methods for the detection and monitoring of CO2/brine leakage pathways in wellbore systems - Los Alamos National Laboratory - Carly Donahue

P2

Mid-Atlantic U.S. Offshore Carbon Storage Resource Assessment - Battelle Memorial Institute - Neeraj Gupta Carbon Life Cycle Analysis of CO-EOR for Net Carbon Negative Oil (NCNO) Classification - University of Texas at Austin - Ramon Gil High-Resolution 3D Acoustic Borehole Integrity Monitoring System - Los Alamos National Laboratory - Cristian Pantea

P3

Offshore CO2 Storage Resource Assessment of the Northern Gulf of Mexico (Upper Texas-Western Louisiana Coastal Areas) - University of Texas at Austin - Ramon Trevino A Nonconventional CO2-Enhanced Oil Recovery Target in the Illinois Basin: Oil Reservoirs of the Thick Cypress Sandstone - University of Illinois - Nathan Webb Embedded Sensor Technology Suite for Wellbore Integrity Monitoring - National Energy Technology Laboratory - Paul Ohodnicki
  Geologic CO2 Storage    

P1

Developing and Validating Pressure Management and Plume Control Strategies in the Williston Basin Through a Brine Extraction and Storage Test (BEST) - University of North Dakota Energy & Environmental Research Center -
John Hamling
P4 Development of Swelling-Rate-Controllable Particle Gels to Enhance CO2 Flooding Sweep and Storage Efficiency - Missouri University of Science and Technology - Baojun Bai P4 Methods to Enhance Wellbore Cement Integrity with Microbially-Induced Calcite Precipitation - Montana State University - Adrienne Phillips

P2

Phase II Field Demonstration at Plant Smith Generating Station: Assessment of Opportunities for Optimal Reservoir Pressure Control, Plume Management and Produced Water Strategies - Electric Power Research Institute - Robert Trautz P5 Optimizing CO2 Sweep Based on Geochemical and Reservoir Characterization of the Residual Oil Zone of Hess Seminole Unit - University of Texas at Austin - Ian Duncan P5 Wellbore Leakage Mitigation Using Advanced Mineral Precipitation Strategies - Montana State University - Adrienne Phillips

P3

CO2 Storage in Carbonate Reservoirs: Validation of Permeability Model from Microns to Meters - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory - Susan Carroll P6 Task 3: CO2 Storage and Trapping in Multi-Phase Systems Containing Brine and Hydrocarbon - Los Alamos National Laboratory - Rajesh Pawar P6 Autonomous Monitoring of Wellbore Integrity Applying Time Reverse Nonlinear Elastic Wave Spectroscopy (TR NEWS) and Fiber Optic Sensing and Communication - Los Alamos National Laboratory - Carly Donahue

P4

Impacts of CO2 Exposed Microbial Ecology on Reservoir Performance - National Energy Technology Laboratory - Djuna Gulliver P7 Targeted Mineral Carbonation to Enhance Wellbore Integrity - University of Virginia - Catherine Peters P7 Nanoparticle Injection Technology for Remediating Leaks of CO2 Storage Formation - University of Colorado - Yunping Xi

 


Wednesday, August 15, 2018

PRESENTATIONS

Session CarbonSAFE 1 Geophysics for CO2 Storage 1 Oil and Gas Fundamental Science 1

P1

CarbonSAFE Wyoming: Integrated Commercial Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Prefeasibility Study at Dry Fork Station, Wyoming - University of Wyoming - Scott Quillinan Task 5: U.S. - Japan Collaboration on Fiber-Optic Technology - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory - Pierre Jeanne Mechanistic Approach to Analyzing and Improving Unconventional Hydrocarbon Production - Part 1: Tributary zone fractures (small-scale) contributions to hydrocarbon production in the Marcellus shale - Los Alamos National Laboratory - Bill Carey

P2

CarbonSAFE Rocky Mountain Phase I: Ensuring Safe Subsurface Storage of CO2 in the Intermountain West - University of Utah - Brian McPherson Task 2: 2nd Generation SOV-DAS - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory - Barry Freifeld Mechanistic Approach to Analyzing and Improving Unconventional Hydrocarbon Production - Part 2: Reservoir-Scale Fractured Systems Modeling - Los Alamos National Laboratory - Satish Karra

P3

Integrated Carbon Capture and Storage in the Louisiana Chemical Corridor - Louisiana State University - Mehdi Zeidouni Development of High Sensitivity Engineered Optical Fiber for Distributed Acoustic Sensing - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory - Barry Freifeld Mechanistic Approach to Analyzing and Improving Unconventional Hydrocarbon Production - Part 3: Fundamental Matrix Properties in Relation to Predicting Hydrocarbon Migration into Fractured Marcellus Shale - Los Alamos National Laboratory - Hongwu Xu

P4

CarbonSAFE Illinois East Sub-Basin - University of Illinois - Hannes Leetaru Integration of Seismic-Pressure-Petrophysics Inversion of Continuous Active-Seismic Monitoring Data for Monitoring and Quantifying CO2 Plume - Penn State University - Tieyuan Zhu Shale Microbial Ecology Affecting Reservoir Performance - National Energy Technology Laboratory - Djuna Gulliver

P5

    Produced Water Treatment for Beneficial Reuse- National Energy Technology Laboratory - Nicholas Siefert

 

Session CarbonSAFE 2 Geophysics for CO2 Storage 1 Oil and Gas Fundamental Science 2

P1

Integrated Pre-Feasibility Study of a Commercial-Scale CCS Project in Formations of the Rock Springs Uplift, Wyoming - University of Wyoming - Fred McLaughlin Pressure Analysis Toolkit - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory - Josh White Sustainability of Hydraulic Fracture Conductivity in Ductile and Expanding Shales - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory - Seiji Nakagawa

P2

Northern Michigan Basin CarbonSAFE Integrated Pre-Feasibility Analysis - Battelle Memorial Institute - Neeraj Gupta A Coupled Geomechanical, Acoustic, Transport and Sorption Study of Caprock Integrity in Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Sequestration - Colorado School of Mines - Manika Prasad Fast and Reliable Estimates of Low Permeabilities by the Full-Immersion Pressure-Pulse Decay
- National Energy Technology Laboratory - Michael Hannon

P3

CAB-CS: Central Appalachian Basin CarbonSAFE Integrated Pre-Feasibility - Battelle Memorial Institute - Lydia Cumming National Risk Assessment Partnership - Induced Seismicity Risk - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory - Josh White Understanding Water Controls on Shale Gas Mobilization into Fractures- Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory - Tetsu Tokunaga

P4

Integrated Mid-Continent Stacked Carbon Storage Hub - Battelle Memorial Institute - Andrew Duguid Charged Wellbore Casing Controlled Source Electromagnetics (CWC-CSEM) for Reservoir Imaging and Monitoring - Colorado School of Mines - Yaoguo Li Resource Analysis to Improve Recovery of Unconventional Oil and Gas - National Energy Technology Laboratory - Donald Remson

P5

Integrated CCS for Kansas (ICKan) - University of Kansas Center for Research, Inc. - Tandis Bidgoli Field Demonstration of the Krauklis Seismic Wave in a Novel MVA Method for Geologic CO2 Storage - University of North Dakota Energy & Environmental Research Center - Shaughn Burnison Pore Scale Control of Gas and Fluid Transport at Shale Matrix-Fracture Interfaces - SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory - Adam Jew

P6

National Risk Assessment Partnership - Application of Risk Assessment Tools and Methodologies to Synthetic and Field Data - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory - Diana Bacon Task 3: Assessment of Leakage Pathways Using Joint EM-Seismic, Borehole and Surface Technologies - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory - Pierpaolo Marchesini Nanogeochemistry: Nanostructures, Emergent Properties and Their Control on Geochemical Reactions and Mass Transfers - Sandia National Laboratories - Yifeng Wang

 


Thursday, August 15, 2018

 

Session Geomechanics for CO2 Storage 1 Associated CO2 Storage/Oil and Gas Shale Monitoring for CO2 Storage 1

P1

Monitoring for Faults at a Critical State of Stress - Application to Carbon Storage - Los Alamos National Laboratory - Ting Chen Subtask 1.4: Techno-Economic Assessment of Regional Carbon Utilization Scenarios and Attendant Monitoring Technology - University of North Dakota Energy & Environmental Research Center - Wes Peck Pressure-Based Inversion and Data Assimilation System (PIDAS) for CO2 Leakage Detection - University of Texas at Austin - Alexander Sun

P2

Geophysical and Mineralogical Controls on the Rheology of Fracture Slip and Seal Breaching - Pennsylvania State University - Derek Elsworth Subtask 1.3: Integrated Carbon Capture and Storage for North Dakota Ethanol Production - University of North Dakota Energy & Environmental Research Center - Charles Gorecki Monitoring of Geological CO2 Sequestration Using Isotopes and PF Tracers - Oak Ridge National Laboratory - David Graham

P3

Robust In Situ Strain Measurements to Monitor CO2 Storage - Clemson University - Larry Murdoch Task 2: CO2 Utilization in Unconventional Reservoirs - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory - Pete McGrail In-Situ Groundwater Monitoring - National Energy Technology Laboratory - Paul Ohodnicki

P4

Characterizing and Interpreting the In Situ Strain Tensor During CO2 Injection - Clemson University - Larry Murdoch Bakken CO2 Storage and Enhanced Recovery Program - Phase II - University of North Dakota Energy and Environmental Research Center - Jim Sorensen Task 1: Enhanced Contrast Agents for CO2 Monitoring - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory - Pete McGrail

P5

On the Relationship Between Fault Reactivation and Leakage Potential: Controlled Injection Experiments at Mont Terri - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory - Jens Birkholzer Numerical and Laboratory Investigations for Maximization of Production from Tight/Shale Oil Reservoirs: From Fundamental Studies to Technology Development and Evaluation - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory - Matt Reagan Task 5: Advances in Large N Seismic Measurements to Monitor Reservoir Behavior - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory - Susan Carroll

 

 

Session Methane Hydrates Wellbore Integrity and Mitigation Monitoring for CO2 Storage 2

P1

Numerical Studies for the Characterization of Recoverable Resources from Methane Hydrate Deposits - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory - Matthew Reagan Integrated Wellbore Integrity Analysis Program for CO2 Storage Applications - Battelle Memorial Institute - Joel Sminchak Task 4: Monitoring Technology for Deep CO2 Injection - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory - Michelle Robertson

P2

Deepwater Methane Hydrate Characterization and Scientific Assessment - University of Texas at Austin - Peter Flemings Long-Term Wellbore and Seal Integrity - Los Alamos National Laboratory - Bill Carey Field Validation of MVA Technology
for Offshore CCS: Novel Ultra-High-Resolution 3D Marine Seismic Technology (P-Cable) - Environmental Monitoring Efforts at the Tomakomai, Japan Marine Injection Site
 - University of Texas at Austin - Tip Meckel

P3

A Multi-Scale Experimental Investigation of Flow Properties in Coarse-Grained Hydrate Reservoirs During Production - University of Texas at Austin - Steve Phillips Programmable Sealant-Loaded Mesoporous Nanoparticles for Gas/Liquid Leakage Mitigation - C-Crete Technologies, LLC - Rouzbeh Shahsavari National Risk Assessment Partnership - Strategic Monitoring for Uncertainty Reduction - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory - Erika Gasperikova

P4

Advanced Simulation and Experiments of Strongly Coupled Geomechanics and Flow for Gas Hydrate Deposits: Validation and Field Application - Texas A&M - Jihoon Kim National Risk Assessment Partnership Task 2: Containment Assurance - Los Alamos National Laboratory - Dylan Harp Novel Methods to Detect Small Leaks over Large Areas - Los Alamos National Laboratory - Youzuo Lin

P5

State of the 2nd International Gas Hydrate Code Comparison Study and Gas Hydrate Reservoir Modeling with STOMP-HYDT-KE - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory - Mark White National Risk Assessment Partnership - Task 6: Risk Based Approach to Post Injection Site Closure - National Energy Technology Laboratory - Nick Huerta Real-Time In-Situ Carbon Dioxide Monitoring Network for Sensitive Subsurface Areas in Carbon Capture and Storage - Intelligent Optical Systems Inc. - Jesus Delgado

 

 

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