Geological CO2 Storage Characterization: The Key to by Ronald C. Surdam (auth.), Ronald C. Surdam (eds.)

By Ronald C. Surdam (auth.), Ronald C. Surdam (eds.)

This publication investigates geological CO2 garage and its position in greenhouse fuel emissions relief, better oil restoration, and environmentally liable use of fossil fuels. Written for energy/environmental regulators at each point of presidency (federal, nation, etc.), scientists/academics, representatives from the facility and fossil strength sectors, NGOs, and different events, this booklet makes use of the characterization of the Rock Springs Uplift website in Wyoming as an built-in case examine to demonstrate the applying of geological CO2 garage technology, rules, and conception in a real-world scenario.

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WDEQ/WQD anticipates submitting its primacy application package to the EPA by June 30, 2014. See WDEQ/ WQD Rules and Regulations, Chapter 24 (published November 2010, but subject to amendment and approval by EPA). Beyond the federal and state requirements, many county officials have indicated that any well drilled for injection and storage of CO2 will require a county well construction permit and likely will require a conditional use permit for long-term waste disposal, housing, and possible hazardous materials management.

9 Chapter 5 Regional Geologic History, CO2 Source Inventory, and Groundwater Risk Assessment of a Potential CO2 Sequestration Site on the Rock Springs Uplift in Southwest Wyoming J. Fred McLaughlin, Ramsey D. Bentley and Scott A. Quillinan Abstract The location of a potential carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) project in southwest Wyoming is evaluated with emphasis on the site location, geologic history, location of potential drinking-water aquifers, and proximity to sources of both anthropogenic and natural CO2.

The completion depths of the monitoring wells range from 10 ft to 344 ft (3–105 m). Some monitoring wells have associated petrophysical and baseline water-quality data. 2). Below these units are the Weber/Tensleep aquifer, Amsden confining unit, and Madison aquifer. The Madison and Weber, the potential CCS reservoirs, are discussed extensively throughout this report; this section focuses on the hydrogeologic units that overlie them. Fresh water was identified in only two intervals in the RSU #1 well within 2000 ft (610 m) of the surface (groundwater wells rarely exceed 1000 ft (304 m) in the GGRB).

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