Geological storage of carbon dioxide education course
This topic provides the principles behind geological storage of carbon dioxide and covers the location of suitable sites, the behaviour of carbon dioxide in storage, operational issues, monitoring and verification, and carbon dioxide projects around the world.
8.30am – 5.00pm (AEST)
Seats are limited to 30 to give the best experience to the attendees
Courses will be run every two (2) months
Next available date: TBD
- Distinguish between reservoir rocks and sealing rocks
- Describe the importance of permeability and porosity to storing carbon dioxide
- Contrast the geological structures and trapping mechanisms for storing carbon
- Describe the changes in geologically stored carbon dioxide over time
- Outline the monitoring techniques employed to ensure the carbon dioxide is safely
- Eight (8) hours of visual and verbal learning, facilitated by an industry expert
- Digital copy of the presentation slides after the event
- Digital certificate of attendance for all attendees
- A post session survey to all attendees
- Morning and afternoon tea will be provided
- Overview of Geological storage systems
- Reservoirs, seals, structural and stratigraphic traps
- Storage Capacity Estimation
- Site selection
- Migration pathways
- Geochemistry and hydrodynamics
- Reservoir characterization, modelling and simulation
- Drilling & Injection
- Containment (caprocks, faults, geomechanics, wellbore integrity)
- Long-term fate of CO2 (dissolution, residual trapping and mineralization)
- Monitoring and verification
CO2CRC Member: $995*
*Prices include GST
Please note, minimum numbers will be required to run all events.
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