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Morning Oral Presentations

Keynote Presentation: The Global Outlook for CCS Continues to be Both Bullish and Ambiguous
P. Findlay1 (1. Wood Mackenzie)
Reservoir Compartmentalization of a Faulted Formation in Texas Gulf Coast Region: Part I, Geological Characterization
D. Zybala1, S. Raziperchikolaee1, A. Seitchik1 (1. Battelle Carbon Services, Battelle Memorial Institute)
Reservoir Compartmentalization of a Faulted Formation in Texas Gulf Coast Region: Part II, CO2 Injectivity Modeling
S. Raziperchikolaee1, D. Zybala1, A. Seitchik1 (1. Battelle Carbon Service, Battelle Memorial Institute)
Reservoir Compartmentalization Constrains Achievable CO2 Storage Capacity: Prescreening the Middle U.S. Outer Continental Shelf
C. Zheng1, A. P. Bump2, S. D. Hovorka2, C. Uroza2, R. Trevino2 (1. Geological Sciences, University of Texas at Austin 2. Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin)
Capturing Geologically Realistic High-Resolution Reservoir Heterogeneity with Computational Stratigraphy in Modeling CO2 Geological Storage
B. Li1, L. Li1, T. Sun1 (1. Chevron Technical Center)
Comparative Study of Commercial-Scale CO2 Storage Options in Single and Stacked Saline Formations in Managing Reservoir Pressure Buildup
N. Wijaya2, D. Morgan1, D. Vikara2, T. Grant1, L. Cunha1 (1. National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) 2. National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) support contractor)
Developing Consistent Relative Permeability and Capillary Pressure Models for Reservoir Simulation of CCS Projects
L. Lun1, B. Gao1, R. C. Wattenbarger1 (1. EM Technology and Engineering Co, ExxonMobil)
A Machine Learning Study on CO2 Storage Prediction and Decision-Making in Depleted Oil and Gas Reservoirs in the Gulf of Mexico
J. Leng1, H. Wang1, S. Hosseini1 (1. Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas)
Lithology Classification Combining Best Subset Regression and Random Forest in Wyoming Dry Fork CarbonSAFE Station
P. Li1, T. Bai2, Z. Jiao2, M. B. Johnson2, C. Nye2, Y. Yu2, L. Lee2, J. Mclaughlin2, S. Quillinan2, D. Grana1 (1. Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Wyoming 2. School of Energy Resources, University of Wyoming)
Deep Learning-Driven Inversion of Surface Gravity Data for CO2 Sequestration Monitoring
A. Celaya1, B. Denel1, Y. sun1, M. Araya1, A. Price1 (1. OneTech, TotalEnergies)
Well Design and Engineering Aspects of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Wells
R. Samuel1, Y. Kang1 (1. Halliburton)
Casing/Liner Architecture in CCS Injection Wells
R. Rudolf2, P. Suryanarayana2, C. Ismail2, J. Jephson1, T. Hurst1, L. G. Paz1, Z. Sharpley1 (1. California Resources Corporation 2. Blade Energy Partners)
Modelling CO2 Phase Behavior in the Wellbore to Optimize Injection Conditions
K. Joslin1, K. Venepalli1 (1. Computer Modelling Group LTD)
Impact of Drilling Fluid on Formation Evaluation and Wellbore Integrity in Class VI Wells
A. Zandy1, L. Jacobson1, C. Christianson1, J. Noll1, T. Shenk1 (1. Energy & Environmental Research Center, University of North Dakota)
Quest CCS Facility: Successful Planning and Execution of CCS Well Workovers
N. Smith1, M. Ross1, I. Eggenkamp1 (1. Shell Canada)
Incorporating Surface Topography to Derive a True Potentiometric Surface for Area of Review Calculations
J. Meyer1, J. Templeton1, M. Burton-Kelly1, M. B. Johnson2, Z. Jiao2 (1. Energy & Environmental Research Center, University of North Dakota 2. Center for Economic Geology Research Energy Innovation Center, University of Wyoming)
U.S. Epa Class Vi Permit Application Development for Planned Saline Formation Injection Project in San Joaquin Valley, California
G. A. Schnaar1, D. Schwartz2, S. Finsterle3, C. Wolf1 (1. Daniel B. Stephens & Associates, Inc. 2. Daniel Schwartz LLC 3. Finsterle GeoConsulting, LLC)
Permitting Requirements for CCS Projects - A Comprehensive Approach
E. Snelling1 (1. Stantec Consulting Services)
A Case Study on Carbon Sequestration Permitting Encompassing Federal, State, and Municipal Permitting
J. R. Gregg1 (1. Environmental & Regulatory Compliance, Carbon America)
CCS and the Net Zero Economy: National Infrastructure, Carbon Deserts, and Regional Storage Hubs
R. Middleton1, J. Eidbo1, M. Ford1, E. Middleton1 (1. Carbon Solutions LLC)
Planning Amongst Uncertainty: Designing CCS Infrastructure Resilient to Capture, Transport, and Storage Uncertainty
S. Yaw1, D. Olson1 (1. Computer Science, Montana State University)
Infrastructure Security for Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage – Considering the Implications for Critical Infrastructure
J. B. Hawkins1 (1. Battelle Memorial Institute)
Probing Success (?) of 45Q Tax Credit Incentivization of CO2-Sequestration and EOR
D. N. Rao1, B. D. Saikia1 (1. Petroleum Engineering, Louisiana State University)
Not All Emissions are Created Equal
M. James1, M. Prasad1, J. Behura1 (1. Geophysics, Colorado School of Mines)
A Feasibility Study of Simultaneous CO2 EOR in Petroleum Reservoirs and CO2 Sequestration in Saline Aquifers and Impact on Productivity
O. A. Olofinnika1, E. R. Okoroafor1 (1. Department of Petroleum Engineering, TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY)

Afternoon Oral Presentations

The Carbon Utilization and Storage Partnership of the Western US
R. S. Balch1, B. McPherson2, G. El-Kaseeh1, R. esser2 (1. Petroleum Recovery Research Center, New Mexico Tech 2. university of utah)
Pathways to CO2 Utilization and Storage for the Intermountain West
D. Vikara2, J. Eppink2, T. Vactor2, T. Warner2, B. Chen3, S. Matthews2, D. Morgan1, A. Guinan2, M. Marquis2, Z. Ma3, B. Ahmmed3, R. Pawar3, L. Cunha1 (1. National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) 2. National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) support contractor 3. Los Alamos National Lab)
Two Case Studies in Wildcat Exploration for Carbon Storage Reservoirs in the Appalachian Basin
R. Ness1, M. Meyer1, D. Riestenberg1, R. A. Esposito2 (1. Geology, Advanced Resources International, Inc. 2. Southern Company)
Hybrid Capture for Net-Negative Ethanol Production
K. Leroux1, J. Laumb1, J. Kay1 (1. EERC, University of North Dakota)
Tiered Approach to Locating Leaking Artificial Penetrations During Screening and Selection of Deep Geologic Carbon Storage Sites
D. M. Kingham1, L. Molofsky1, T. McGuire1, J. Connor1, J. Skaggs1 (1. GSI Environmental Inc.)
Characterization of a Depleted Gas Field for CO2 Storage for the Aramis Project
S. van Putten1, A. Hartman1, K. Bisdom1, K. Hindriks1 (1. Carbon Capture Use and Storage, Shell Global Solutions International)
Fueling the California Mobility Market with Blue Hydrogen: An Assessment of Northern California's CO2 Storage Potential
E. R. Okoroafor1, E. Hennessy2, S. D. Saltzer2, A. Kovscek2 (1. Texas A&M University 2. Stanford University)
Subsurface Sequestration Considerations for Direct Air Capture (DAC): An Example from the First Commercial Project in Texas
C. Wachtman1, C. Huet1, P. Tesch1, K. Nunna1, P. F. Anderson1, O. Lisigurski1 (1. Oxy)
Geochemical Modeling of the Confining Unit at a CO2 Storage Site in the Williston Basin, North Dakota
F. N. Mahmood1, L. Pekot1, M. Burton-Kelly1, W. Peck1 (1. Energy & Environmental Research Center, University of North Dakota)
Predicting the Behavior of CO2 Simulation in Smectite-Rich Top Seals for Potential Carbon Capture and Storage Sites: A Kinetic Reaction Path Modeling Approach
N. A. Alnajdi1, R. H. Worden1, J. E. Utley1 (1. Earth, Ocean and Ecological Sciences, University of Liverpool)
Development of a Fully Integrated Multiphase Flow Mechanics and Geochemistry Simulator
M. Mura1, S. Zheng2, M. M. Sharma1 (1. Hildebrand Department of Petroleum and Geosystem Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin 2. Aramco Americas)
Reactive Transport Modeling to Derisk and Permit Commercial-Scale Basalt Carbon Storage: Columbia River Basalt Case Study
R. Cao1, K. Muller1, M. White1, Q. Miller1, T. Schaef1 (1. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

Afternoon Posters

National U.S. Outer Continental Shelf Inventory of Carbon Storage Resources – Overview of Methodologies and Process
J. Maloney1, L. Zeigler1, D. Smith1, K. Baldwin1, T. Riches1 (1. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management)
Pre-Rift Basalts of Offshore Campos Basin, Brazil: An Alternative Destination for the CO2 of the Pre-Salt Production
G. Silva Ramos1, J. Barbosa1, A. Lima de Araújo1, O. Correia Filho1, J. Cruz de Oliveira1 (1. GEOQUANTT, Geology, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco)
A Novel Multi-Phase Strategy for Optimizing CO2 Utilization and Storage in an Oil Reservoir
J. Yao1, W. yuan1, X. Peng1, Z. Chen1, Y. gu2 (1. Geological Survey of Canada 2. University of Regina)
Investigation of CO2 Migration in Saline Aquifers Using Real-Rock Microfluidic Experiments
S. Taleb1, S. Hosseini1, S. Bakhshian1, S. D. Hovorka1 (1. Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences, The University of Texas at Austin)
Establishing Best Practices for Well Abandonment in CCS
H. A. Costeno Enriquez1, H. DICK1, R. SALTER1, S. Lee1 (1. NEW ENERGY, SLB)
Comparison of Different CO2 Storage Capacity Calculation Methods in Alberta Industrial Heartland Area
E. Chew1, R. Ozah1 (1. GHD)
Using Cuttings to Geochemically Characterize the Subsurface for CO2 Sequestration: An Example from the Central Basin Platform
J. D. Madren1, S. Montoya1, J. LaMarro2 (1. Chemostrat, Inc. 2. Geology, Forty Acres Energy, LLC)
Supercritical CO2 Storage in Shale Reservoirs: Implications of the Clay Mineral Interactions
C. Palencia1, B. Harrel1 (1. Intertek)
CO2 Storage Potential in Appalachia - The Oriskany Sandstone
B. Johnston1 (1. Enverus)
A Physics Based High Resolution Characterization Technique for Modeling the Effects of Heterogeneities on Subsurface Storage Applications
G. Boitnott1, U. Mutlu1, P. Salinas2, D. Ponting2, P. Orsini2 (1. New England Research 2. OpenGoSim Ltd.)
Will Fractured Clastic Reservoirs Lead the Way for Carbon Sequestration in the Appalachian Basin?
B. Petras2, H. Qualman2, J. Sminchak2, R. L. Hunt2, P. Ravi Ganesh2, J. Hershberger2, G. Larsen2, S. Morgan1 (1. CONSOL Energy Inc. 2. Battelle Memorial Institute)
Unsupervised Reservoir Characterization Combining PP and PS, RR and TT Seismic Stacks: A Multi-Attribute Seismic Analysis
A. Vera-Arroyo1, D. K. Salazar Florez1, H. Bedle1 (1. Geoscience school)
Injectivity-Based Feasibility Assessment of Commercial-Scale Geologic CO2 Storage
P. Ravi Ganesh1, D. James1, J. Hershberger1, S. R. Skopec1, M. Kelley1, N. Gupta1 (1. Battelle Memorial Institute)
CO2 Storage Sites Sweet Spots Identification through Composite Common Risk Segment Map: A Case Study from Pliocene Interval, Offshore Gulf of Mexico
I. Faruqi1, A. P. Bump1 (1. Bureau of Economic Geology)
Impact of Conformance Control in CO2 Sequestration in the Gulf of Mexico
J. Leng1, H. Wang1 (1. Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas)
Integrated Geomodeling Incorporating 3D Seismic Inversion Data, Cores, and Well Logs for Effective Site Characterization Related to CO2 Storage in Saline Aquifers
R. M. Leger1, S. Bose1, F. N. Mahmood1 (1. Energy & Environmental Research Center, University of North Dakota)
Large-Scale Geologic Carbon Sequestration Through Stacked Storage – Optimization Through Numerical Modeling
R. Larson1, S. Hosseini1, D. Dunlap1, S. Bhattacharya1, R. Trevino1, S. D. Hovorka1 (1. University of Texas at Austin)
Temperature Anomaly in the CO2 Injection Well at the CaMI Field Research Station, Newell County, Alberta, Canada
H. Behmanesh1, M. Macquet1, D. C. Lawton1 (1. CMC)
Range of Carbon Storage Performance in Saline Aquifer, a Simulation Sensitivity Study
P. Likanapaisal1, P. Krishnamurthy1, L. Lun1 (1. ExxonMobil)
Using Bayesian Framework to Identify the Relationships Among the Viscoelastic Parameter Distributions in Predicting the Minimum Horizontal Stress Magnitude
N. Z. Dvory1, P. Smith2, R. esser3, B. McPherson1 (1. Civil and Environmental Engineering and Energy and Geoscience Institute, University of Utah 2. Chemical Engineering, University of Utah 3. Energy and Geoscience Institute, University of Utah)
Effects of Hydro-Mechanical and Hydro-Chemical Couplings on Permeability of Unconventional Formations
Z. Wu1, T. Xiao1, E. C. Edelman1, B. McPherson1, N. Z. Dvory1 (1. Energy & Geoscience Institute, University of Utah)
Modeling CO2 Flow Through Faulted/Fractured Reservoirs Using EDFM
O. Olorode1, F. Olalotiti2, H. Rashid1 (1. Petroleum Engineering, Louisiana State University 2. Texas A&M University)
An Evaluation of Utah’s Southwest Navajo Sandstone Formation as a Promising CO2 Sequestration Reservoir
E. C. Edelman1, T. Xiao1, N. Moodie1, B. McPherson1, N. Z. Dvory1 (1. Energy and Geoscience Institute, University of Utah)
Simulating the Effect of Hydro-Thermo-Chemo-Mechanical Processes on Carbon Dioxide Sequestration within Cranfield Site, Mississippi
R. Ershadnia1, S. Hosseini1, R. Soltanian2 (1. Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin 2. Geology, University of Cincinnati)
CO2 Storage and Injection Modeling of the Mt. Simon-Eau Claire Saline Reservoir System, Southwest Michigan
A. Collie1, P. Ravi Ganesh1, A. Haagsma1 (1. Battelle Memorial Institute)
Uncertainty Estimates for CO2 Flow in a Highly Heterogenous Reservoir
L. Koehn1, B. Romans1, R. Pollyea1 (1. Department of Geosciences)
Feasibility Modeling for Initial Site Characterization and Defining Geologic Constraints for an Area of Review
J. Bynum1, C. Wethington2, J. Pashin2 (1. Reservoir Technical Services 2. Oklahoma State University)
Cross Well Seismic Survey Modelling to Monitor CO2 Plume
E. Ay1, J. Le Calvez2 (1. Shell 2. SLB)
Comparison of Pre-Injection, Operational, and Post-Injection Monitoring Requirements Between Federal and State Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Protocols and their Potential Impact on Project Schedule and Implementation Cost
R. Sirianni1, E. Amundsen1 (1. Geosyntec Consultants)
Timelapse Seismic: Its Role in Understanding Plume Growth in a CCS Storage Complex, Quest CCS Project Case Study
J. Hopkins1, M. Koop2, D. Kiyashchenko3 (1. Carbon Capture, Shell Canada ltd 2. Geophysics West, Shell Global Solutions Canada 3. Areal Surveillance Technologies, Shell International Exploration and Production)
Strategy and Lessons Learned to Build a Measures, Monitoring and Verification Plan for an Offshore Depleted Field
A. Sorbier1, M. Dean1, S. van Putten1, S. Minisini1 (1. Shell)
Risk Management for CO2 Storage Projects: Integrating Guidance Documents, Regulatory Requirements, Financial Incentives, and Best Practices
Z. Finnigan1, N. Azzolina1, D. Nakles1, S. Ayash1, S. Kouba1 (1. Energy & Environmental Research Center, University of North Dakota)
Self-Healing of In-situ Fractures in Wellbore Cement by CO2 Saturated Brine Using Microfluidics
K. Kim1, R. Larson1, S. Bakhshian1, M. Juenger1, C. J. Werth1 (1. University of Texas at Austin)
Onshore Abu Dhabi Carbonate Saline Aquifer CO2 Storage - An Integrated Technical Feasibility Study
C. Mascagnini1, S. Perumalla1, V. Di Filippo1 (1. Baker Hughes)
Opportunities and Challenges for Deploying CCUS Projects at Scale in Brazil
N. Weber1, I. Morbach2, O. Serrate3 (1. CCS Brasil 2. CCS Brasil 3. CCS Brasil)
Technical Evaluation of CO2 Capture from an NGCC Power Plant and Sequestration in Saline Aquifers (Colorado)
Y. Ning1, A. Tura1, D. Herman1, J. Bridgeman2, D. O'Brien2, J. Courtright3 (1. Colorado School of Mines 2. Oxy 3. Colorado Springs Utilities)
SLB Accelerating Global Decarbonization - A CCS Success Story
S. Eberhardt1, K. Kanneganti1, M. Faskhoodi1 (1. SLB)
Advanced Exploring of Potential Field Assessment to Implementation of CCUS (Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage) Using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) and McKinsey DSPA Matrix Framework Towards Low Carbon Oil and Gas: A Case Study in Kaji-Semoga, Jatibarang, and Sanga-Sanga Fields, Indonesia
F. R. Ulhaq1, M. T. Hariadi1, Y. A. Sintuwardhana2, M. N. Hafiy3, D. N. Al Ghifari4, M. N. Aurora4, F. Wirakusuma3, J. Setyowiyoto3 (1. Nuclear Physics Engineering , University of Gadjah Mada 2. Natural Science and Mathematics, Universitas Gadjah Mada 3. Geological Engineering, Universitas Gadjah Mada 4. Petroleum Engineering, Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering, Institute Technology of Bandung)
Partial Oxidation of Intermediate Streams from the Oil Refinery to Produce Blue Hydrogen through CO2-EOR: A Booster to Efforts Deploying CCUS
E. E. Yañez Angarita1, L. J. Cardenas Solano2, A. Martinez Gonzalez1, J. H. Peñuela Muñoz2 (1. VTI, ECOPETROL S.A. 2. TIP)
The State of Mississippi; Addressing Long-Term Liability by Having its Cake and Eating it Too
I. Ombudstvedt1, D. Riestenberg2, G. Koperna2 (1. IOM Law 2. Advanced Resources International)
Reuse of Existing Pipeline Infrastructure for Large-Scale CCS Deployments
Z. Ma1, B. Chen1, R. D. Pratt1, R. Pawar1 (1. Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Infrastructure Development for Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage – An Example from Michigan
D. Dickson1, J. B. Hawkins1, M. Kelley1, N. Gupta1, S. Greenberg2 (1. Energy, Batelle 2. Illinois State Geological Survey)
SimCCSoffshore: CO2 Transport Network Model to Connect Offshore Storage Sites with Onshore CO2 Sources
B. Ahmmed1, B. Chen1, Z. Ma1, R. Pawar1 (1. Earth and Environmental Sciences, Los Alamos National Laboratory)
CostMAPPRO: Addressing the CO2 Transport and Pipeline Challenge
C. J. Talsma1, R. Middleton1, E. Middleton1 (1. Carbon Solutions LLC)
Direct Air Capture Siting Considering Geologic Storage Capacity, Regional Capacity Targets, and Environmental Justice Impacts
J. Oglan-Hand1, N. Holwerda1, J. Eidbo1, J. Bennett1, N. Johnson2, E. Middleton1, R. Middleton1 (1. Carbon Solutions LLC 2. Electric Power Research Institute)
Connecting Capture to Storage: Custody Transfer Challenges and Remedies Across the CCUS Value Chain
B. Bromberek1 (1. Industry, Emerson Automation Solutions)
Aqueous Carbon Capture Coupled with Aqueous Gas Compression: Low Energy and Low Cost
G. C. Blount1, M. K. Harris2 (1. Partnering in Innovation 2. Blount and Harris Enterprises)
Holistic Understanding Outlook to U.S. Energy Related Carbon Dioxide Emissions Using Predictive Analytics as a Tool for Educational Engagement and Outreach Tasks in CCUS
J. L. Barrios1 (1. Energy, Battelle)
Broadening Acceptance of CCUS with a “Clean Skies” Outreach Campaign in the Southeastern US
D. J. Hills1, B. Wernette2 (1. Advanced Resources International 2. Southern States Energy Board)
Machine Learning Prediction of Geomechanical Properties from Elements and Mineralogy at the Farnsworth Unit: Implications for Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage
A. Amosu1, W. Ampomah1, D. Ulmer-Scholle1, S. Acheampong1, A. Morgan1 (1. Petroleum Recovery Research Center, New Mexico Tech)
Data Assimilation in the Latent Space for Pressure and Saturation Forecasting during Geologic Carbon Storage
H. Yoon1, J. Lee2, T. Kadeethum1 (1. Geomechanics, Sandia National Laboratories 2. University of Hawaii at Manoa)
Application of a Novel Geometric Seismic Attribute for Enhancing Fault Visualization in Areas of Potential Carbon Capture and Storage
D. K. Salazar Florez1, H. Bedle1 (1. School of Geosciences, University of Oklahoma)


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