Underground Storage of CO2 and Energy

13,390.00 9,950.00

Author: Michael Z. Hou, Heping Xie, Jeoungseok Yoon
ISBN: 9780415600491

Of the known greenhouse gases, political attention to date has primarily focused on carbon dioxide (CO2), whereby it is assumed that underground storages of crude oil and natural gas through Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology could contribute significantly to global climate protection. Underground Storage of CO2 and Energy covers many aspects of CO2 sequestration and its usage, as well as of underground storage of fossil and renewable energy sources, and is divided into 8 parts:

• Environmental and Energy Policy & Law for Underground Storage
• Geological Storage and Monitoring
• Enhanced Gas and Oil Recovery Using CO2 (CO2 -EGR/EOR)
• Rock Mechanical Behavior in Consideration of Dilatancy and Damage
• Underground Storage of Natural Gas and Oil
• Underground Storage of Wind Energy
• State-of-the-Art & New Developments in Gas Supply in Germany and China
• EOR & New Drilling Technology

Underground Storage of CO2 and Energy will be invaluable to academics, professionals and engineers, and to industries and governmental bodies active in the field of underground storage of fossil and renewable energy sources.

Table of Contents
Table of contents


Preface (in German)

Preface (Translated in English)

Organizing institutions

Conference committees

Part 1: Environmental and energy policy & law for underground storage

Legal framework for CCS in the EU and Germany, H. Weyer

Recent trends in the German CCS debate: New players, arguments and legal framework conditions, D. Vallentin, P. Viebahn & M. Fischedick

China’s CO2 emissions trading status and the relevant legal issues, T. Zeng

Enlightenment to China from salt mining administration of Germany, J. Qian, Z. Ma, H. von Tryller & A. Reitze

Part 2: Geological storage and monitoring

Progress report on the first European on-shore CO2 storage site at Ketzin, Germany, M. Kühn, S. Martens, A. Liebscher, F. Möller & Ketzin Team

Experiences with satellite radar monitoring of ground movements over underground gas and CO2 reservoirs, W. Busch

Site selection criteria for CO2 storage sites and implications for exploration, M. Stoewer, J. Zemke & H. Feldrappe

Challenges and barriers for carbon capture and storage resulting from energy economics, and additional aspects, N. Supersberger, M. Fischedick, D. Schüwer & P. Viebahn

Part 3: Enhanced gas and oil recovery using CO2 (CO2-EGR/EOR)

First THM:C coupled simulations of CO2 sequestration in a multi-layered saline reservoir, M.Z. Hou, Y. Gou & J.S. Yoon

Numerical investigations of the geological integrity above a CO2-storage as well as the recovery of its initial state, M.Z. Hou, L. Wundram & S. Li

Measurement strategies to evaluate the integrity of deep wells for CO2 applications, K.M. Reinicke & C. Fichter

Stable isotope and dissolved inorganic carbon sampling, monitoring and analytical methods in CO2 injection and EGR projects, A. Myrttinen, V. Becker, R.. van Geldern, J.A.C. Barth & M. Nowak

Technical feasibility study on improving minimum miscibility pressure of CO2 by adding LPG, Y.Z. Yang, J.S. Qin, D.S. Ma, S.Y. Yang & H.W. Yu

Enhanced heavy oil recovery by co-injection stimulation of steam and gases, L. Zhong, M. Zhao, S. Hu, S. Zhao, H. Yang & Y. Sun

Part 4: Rock mechanical behavior in consideration of dilatancy and damage

The Hou’s short- and long-term strength model, the Hou/Lux constitutive model for rock salt as well as their applications in storage cavern design, M.Z. Hou, Q. Wang, L. Xie, J. Liu & R. Zhang

Damage evolution and fractal property of salt rock in tensile failure, J. Liu, J. Pei, K. Ma, H. Zhou & M.Z. Hou

Effects of shale creep behavior on layer sealing feature evaluation, H. Mao, Y. Guo, C. Yang, W. Wu, F. Zhao & D. Cao

Fractal study on spatial distribution of acoustic emission events of granite specimens by cylindrical covering method, J.L. Pei, W.P. Fei, J. Liu & R. Zhang

Characterization of hydro-mechanical rock properties of argillaceous clay as a constituent of a geological barrier system, T. Popp & K. Salzer

Pressure induced gas break through in rock salt – Implications from laboratory investigations and field studies, T. Popp, D. Brückner & W. Minkley

Experimental investigation on rock salt subjected to shock loading, W. Wu & H. Mao

Simulation of rock strength, dilatancy and damage under uniaxial compressive load using bonded particle model, J.S. Yoon, M.Z. Hou & S. Jeon

Time-dependent constitutive model of rock salt based on Caputo fractional derivative, H. Zhou, C.P. Wang, Z.Q. Duan & B.B. Han

Failure analysis of multicrack rock masses based on linear elastic fracture mechanics, J. Zuo, H. Xie, H. Zhou, N. Chai & X. Jia

Part 5: Underground storage of natural gas and oil

The status of modeling software for salt cavern leaching, identification of some unsolved problems and investigation of few of their aspects, D. Edler

Numerical simulation of gas storage in the depleted fractured oil reservoir in China, Y. Fu & Z. Du

Natural gas storage in salt caverns – Summary of worldwide projects and consequences of varying storage objectives and salt formations, A. Gillhaus

New developments in Europe’s salt cavern projects, R. Schneider & F. Crotogino

New developments of the pre-calculation method for the determination of time-dependent surface subsidences above salt mines and cavities, M.Z. Hou, Y. Chen & X. Li

Natural gas storage cavern design under special consideration of the thin bedded salt layer in Jintan and the intermediate layers of mudstone, M.Z. Hou, Y. Gou, L. Xie & R. Zhang

Time-variant reliability analysis for rocksalt energy-storage caverns based on creep behavior, C. Jia, J. Liu, Q. Zhang, Y. Li, X. Shen, S. Li & C. Yang

Influence of failure probability in operation period on rock salt underground storage cavern with mudstone interlayer, J. Liu, J. Song, Q. Zhang, W. Zhang & S. Li

Design of natural gas storage cavities in rock salt – Basic principles and advanced development, K.-H. Lux

Echometric surveying of rock salt storage caverns and input for a structural geological 3D-model, A. Reitze, H. von Tryller, Z. Ma & J. Behlau

Fuzzy comprehensive evaluation on influence level of risk factors for gas storage in rock salt, Q.Y. Zhang, Y. Li, S. Li, C. Jia, J. Liu & C.Yang

Part 6: Underground storage of wind energy

Energy storage in abandoned mines – A method to stabilize the German power grid, H.-P. Beck & O.T. Franz

Energy storage in salt caverns – Renewable energies in the spotlight, B. Brockmann, S. Donadei & F. Crotogino

Compressed air energy storage caverns to integrate fluctuating wind energy within transmission grids in Germany, F. Crotogino

Some geomechanical aspects of Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES) in salt caverns, U. Düsterloh & K.-H. Lux

Part 7: State-of-the-art & new developments in gas supply in Germany and China

Current status and development trend for natural gas pipelines in China, J. Gong & X. Dong

Procedures to generate “Model Networks” for gas grid distribution systems, A. Heilmann, J. Müller-Kirchenbauer & S. Hotopp

Overall simulation of German and European natural gas transmission systems, B. Li & J. Müller-Kirchenbauer

Part 8: Workshop in daqing: EOR & new drilling technology

Optimization for cooling transportation plan of gathering system in Yushulin oilfield, Y. Liu, M. Si, M. Ma, L. Wei & Z. Wang

Phenomenological study for energy transfer in underground driving process, Y. Liu, Q. Cheng & X. Xiang

The theoretical study on enhanced oil recovery of high concentration polymer, Y. Liu, S. Liu, S. Liang & H. Wen

Remaining oil distribution rule after polymer flooding in Daqing oilfield, K. Song, X. Tian, J. Zhang & C. Guan

Mechanism of enhancing oil displacement efficiency using high mass concentration polymer solution flooding, H. Xia, Y. Liu, Y. Wang, J. Zhang & Y. Yuan

THM:C coupled models for borehole stability in tight gas formation sandstone and shale formations, M.Z. Hou, X. Luo & L. Zhou

Pushing to the limits: How oil country tubular goods evolution affect the testing facilities requirements?, C. Teodoriu & J. Holzmann

An approach for interpreting rock drillability with fractal under the force of roller cone bit, T. Yan, X. Bi & W. Li

Author index

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