Jul 19, 2022 | 08:00 AM CST
July 19, 2022 | 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. CST (UTC-05:00)
CO2 can be stored in several ways, and the capacity and complexity of storage differs with each option. Options include storage in depleted oil and gas fields, utilization of CO2 in enhanced oil and gas recovery, utilization of CO2 in enhanced coal bed methane recovery and storage of CO2 in saline basin formations. The last of these options provides the largest potential storage volume of CO2. Many saline basins are not the sites of historic or current hydrocarbon extraction and, as such, do not contain abundant subsurface data.
Fortunately, the concept of exploring for suitable storage areas in saline aquifers shares many fundamental properties with exploring for hydrocarbon reservoirs These similarities enable us to adapt existing hydrocarbon screening workflows within Neftex® Predictions, a DecisionSpace® 365 solution, to the task of saline aquifer screening.
In this webinar, we’ll showcase how Neftex® Predictions helps you:
Execute basin scale screening using parameters like sedimentary thickness within the basin, temperature regime, tectonic regime etc.
Identify key stratigraphic intervals of interest for CO2 storage using basin and continent scale depth frameworks, play cross sections and chronostratigraphic charts.
Analyze a target fairway in terms of a reservoir facies analysis and a seal facies analysis by using Gross Depositional Environment Maps.