fault rock properties on CO2 storage in sandstone reservoirs
The IMPACT project is a 4 year project based at the Centre for Integrated Petroleum Research and sponsored by the Research Council of Norway (CLIMIT program) and Statoil. The project was formally launched in January 2011. The research focuses on the effect of geological heterogeneities such as faults, fractures and deformation bands on CO2 storage in sandstone reservoirs. It involves an integrated approach that utilizes geological field work, experiments and numerical modeling. In addition, studying a real case (Snøvit Field) gives the project a unique opportunity to investigate the interaction between the Sn?vit complex structure, its diagenetic and sedimentary features and CO2 injection and sequestration.
IMPACT annual meeting at CIPR lunch room (4000)
|New collaboration with 3SR Laboratory at Grenoble Univesity, France was started.|
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Donald T. Seifried has successfully defended his
Master thesis on
Faults architecture and their scaling relationships: insights into
fault core thickness and fault displacement
|Saeide Shekari-Namin has successfully defended her Master thesis on Petrophysical properties of deformed sandstone reservoirs.|
|IMPACT annual meeting at CIPR lunch room (4000)|
|Einar Ellingsen has successfuly defended his Master thesis on Interaction between diagenesis and deformation in faulted sandstone reservoir.|