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Geophysical Monitoring for Geologic Carbon Storage

Huang, Lianjie (Editor)

Geophysical Monograph Series


1. Edition March 2022
464 Pages, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-15683-3
John Wiley & Sons

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Geophysical Monitoring for Geologic Carbon Storage

Storing carbon dioxide in underground geological formations is emerging as a promising technology to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the atmosphere. A range of geophysical techniques can be deployed to remotely track carbon dioxide plumes and monitor changes in the subsurface, which is critical for ensuring for safe, long-term storage.

Geophysical Monitoring for Geologic Carbon Storage provides a comprehensive review of different geophysical techniques currently in use and being developed, assessing their advantages and limitations.

Volume highlights include:
* Geodetic and surface monitoring techniques
* Subsurface monitoring using seismic techniques
* Subsurface monitoring using non-seismic techniques
* Case studies of geophysical monitoring at different geologic carbon storage sites

The American Geophysical Union promotes discovery in Earth and space science for the benefit of humanity. Its publications disseminate scientific knowledge and provide resources for researchers, students, and professionals.

List of Contributors


1. Evaluating Different Geophysical Monitoring Techniques for Geological Carbon Storage
Lianjie Huang and Xianjin Yang

Part I: Geodetic and Surface Monitoring

2. Geodetic Monitoring of the Geological Storage of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Donald Vasco, Alessandro Ferretti, Alessio Rucci, Giacomo Falorni, Sergey Samsonov, Don White, and Magdalena Czarnogorska

3. Surface Monitoring, Verification and Accounting (MVA) for Geologic Sequestration Storage
Samuel Clegg, Kristy Nowak-Lovato, Robert Currier, Julianna Fessenden, and Ronald Martinez

Part II: Subsurface Seismic Monitoring

4. Optimal Design of Microseismic Monitoring Network for Cost-effective Monitoring of Geologic Carbon Storage
Ting Chen and Lianjie Huang

5. Seismic Response of Fractured Sandstone during Geological Sequestration of CO2 - Laboratory Measurements at Mid (sonic) Frequencies and X-ray CT Fluid Phase Visualization
Seij Nakagawa and Timothy Kneafsey

6. Dynamic Moduli and Attenuation: Rhyolite and Carbonate Examples
Daniel Delaney, Christopher Purcell, Alan Mur, Igor Haljasmaa, Yee Soong, Dustin Crandall, and William Harbert

7. Elastic-wave Sensitivity Propagation for Optimal Time-lapse Seismic Survey Design
Kai Gao, Huseyin Denli, Xuefeng Shang, and Lianjie Huang

8. Time-Lapse Offset VSP Monitoring at the Aneth CO2-EOR Field
Zhifu Zhang and Lianjie Huang

9. Reverse-time Migration of Time-lapse Walkaway VSP Data for Monitoring CO2 Injection at the SACROC CO2-EOR Field
Yi Wang, Hui Huang, and Lianjie Huang

10. Least-squares Reverse-time Migration for Reservoir Imaging at the Cranfield CO2-EOR field
Sirui Tan, Lianjie Huang, and Thomas Daley

11. Double-Difference Seismic-Waveform Inversion for Quantifying Subsurface Geophysical Properties Changes
Youzuo Lin, Zhigang Zhang, and Lianjie Huang

12. Multicomponent Seismic Data and Joint inversion
Bryan DeVault, Vincent Clochard, Lee Spangler, and David Bowen

13. Tracking Subsurface CO2 Using Advanced Reflection Seismic and Well Log-Based Workflows Incorporating Fluid Density and Pore Pressure Effects: Relevance to Reservoir Monitoring and Supercritical CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery
Alan Mur, Tom Daley, and William Harbert

Part III: Subsurface Non-seismic Monitoring

14. Monitoring Carbon Storage Sites with Time-Lapse Gravity Surveys
Delphine Appriou and Alain Bonneville

15. Fundamentals of Electrical and Electromagnetic Techniques for CO2 Monitoring
Erika Gasperikova and H. Frank Morrison

16. Monitoring Geologic Carbon Sequestration Using Electrical Resistivity Tomography
Xianjin Yang, Charles Carrigan, and Cornelia Schmidt-Hattenberger

17. Monitoring of large-scale CO2 injection using CSEM, gravimetric, and seismic AVO data
Svenn Tveit and Trond Mannseth

18. Self-Potential Monitoring for Geologic Carbon Dioxide Storage
Yuji Nishi and Tuneo Ishido

Part IV: Case Studies of Geophysical Monitoring

19. Microseismic Monitoring, Event Location, and Focal Mechanisms at the Illinois Basin - Decatur Project, Decatur, Illinois, USA
Robert Bauer, Robert Will, George El-Kaseeh, Paul Jaques, Sallie Greenberg, and Michael Carney

20. Associated Storage with Enhanced Oil Recovery: A Large Scale Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage Demonstration in Farnsworth, Texas, USA
Robert Balch and Brian McPherson

21. Testing Geophysical Methods for Assessing CO2 Migration at the SECARB Early Test, Cranfield, Mississippi, USA
Susan Hovorka

22. Towards Quantitative CO2 Monitoring at Sleipner, Norway
Anouar Romdhane, Bastien Dupuy, Etor Querendez, and Peder Eliasson

23. Geophysical Monitoring of CO2 Injection at Ketzin, Germany
Peter Bergmann, Magdalena Diersch, Julia Götz, Monika Ivandic, Alexandra Ivanova, Christopher Juhlin, Juliane Kummerow, Axel Liebscher, Stefan Lüth, Sjef Meekes, Ben Norden, Cornelia Schmidt-Hattenberger, Florian Wagner, and Fengjiao Zhang

24. Geophysical Monitoring Techniques: Current Applications and Future Directions
Lianjie Huang and Xianjin Yang

Lianjie Huang, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA