30th Sept 2020 SPE WA Reducing Net Carbon Footprint Webinar: CO2 storage experiences in carbonates
September 30 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm| Free - $10
SPE WA are proud to present the details of our live webinar on Reducing Net Carbon Footprint titled “CO2 storage experiences in carbonates” presented by Dr. J. Carlos de Dios!
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About the Presentation
Most of CO2 geological storage projects worldwide correspond to sandstones in porous media. Carbonate study cases are less common, and usually show a double permeability (i.e porous matrix and fractures) because of their petrophysical properties. The existence of a primary and secondary porosity conditions the hydraulic behaviour of these reservoirs and CO2 plume evolution. The injection also impacts on the petrophysical properties due to mechanical effects and the reactivity of the mixture CO2+resident brine with the carbonated matrix and fracture fillings. Experiences on CO2 injection at Hontomín Technology Development Plant (Spain), a naturally fractured carbonate reservoir, are showed in the presentation.
About the Speaker – Dr. Carlos Dios
Dr. J. Carlos de Dios is the Chief Operation Officer in Fundación Ciudad de la Energía-CIUDEN F.S.P. for CO2 geological storage, with full accountability as partner of the project OXYCFB300-Compostilla, one of most innovative CCS (Carbon Capture Storage) ventures around EU. Director of Spanish CO2 Geological Storage project in a deep saline aquifer and expertise in management of Thermal Generation Plants for CO2 capture, and in general in combustion processes. Successful experience in international project partnership for 30 years in energy, mining and environmental sectors. Inventor of industrial patents, author of scientific articles and lecturer in university courses and masters of Technical University of Madrid, Technical University of Paris, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, University of Cagliary and University of Carlos III. He holds a PhD degree in Mining and Energy Engineering from Technical University of Madrid.