Information - ERE5 Exhaustible resources and containment issues in geological CO2 sequestration
This session provides a forum for presentation of new results (from EU 5th and 6th Framework SACS and CASTOR Projects, etc.) relating to the sealing and containment properties of low-permeability rock formations in relation to the deep geological sequestration of anthropogenic carbon dioxide. Papers are invited on: (a) experimental studies of mass transport processes and geochemical interactions, (b) pilot studies involving injection and monitoring, and (c) studies of relevant natural analogue sites.
This session shall contribute to a focus within the ERE division that
links the energy issue to geophysical resources and that also attempts
to investigate its causal relations to global change. Options to
harmonise energy demand and climate stabilisation shall be assessed in
the light of risk and uncertainty.
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