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Morning Oral Presentations

Keynote Presentation: Department of Energy Carbon Management Infrastructure Opportunities
J. Litynski1 (1. U.S. Department of Energy)
Case Studies in CCUS Stakeholder Engagement: Mitigating Key Non-Technical Risk
A. Raddatz Bopp1, C. Vu1 (1. DNV)
Developing a Community Benefits Plan for Project Success
J. F. Bolakas1, A. Gathright1, M. J. Teeling1 (1. Environmental Standards)
First Attempts of Societal Considerations and Impacts (SCI) Regarding Class VI Injection Well Permitting: Implications for Onshore and Offshore Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Sites along the Gulf of Mexico
R. A. Gil-Egui1, S. D. Hovorka1, D. van der Kolk1, Y. Li1 (1. UT/BEG/GCCC)
Testing the CO2 Storage Capacity and Containment in the Frio and Lower Miocene Reservoirs in a Structural Dipping Flank Onshore Southwest Louisiana
C. Fonseca-Rivera1, V. Nunez-Lopez2, S. Hosseini3, S. D. Hovorka3, D. Dunlap3, A. Boles4 (1. CCUS North America, Shell International 2. Advanced Remediation Technologies, U.S. Department of Energy 3. Gulf Coast Carbon Center, Bureau of Economic Geology 4. Beacon Offshore Energy)
Simulation of Large-Scale Geological Carbon Sequestration in the Gulf of Mexico Using Fully Coupled Flow and Geomechanics
Y. Yuan1, K. Dugan2, P. Krishnamurthy3, S. Morgan3, Q. Li1, J. White4, A. Lee1 (1. ExxonMobil Technology and Engineering Company 2. ExxonMobil Information Technology 3. ExxonMobil Technology and Engineering Company 4. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
Subsurface Storage Screening for a Planned CCUS Project in Texas Gulf Coast
K. Alokla4, R. Umrani2, R. Jones2, J. Clark3, G. Pribilski2, T. A. Blasingame1, J. Lee1 (1. Texas A&M University 2. Talos Energy 3. JWC3 Resources LLC 4. The Berg-Hughes Center for Petroleum and Sedimentary Systems at Texas A&M University)
CCS Project Economics Case History Quantifies Financial Drivers, Risks
M. H. Sumrow1 (1. Energy Services, GHD)
A Sensitivity Analysis of the Levelized Cost of Carbon Capture, Transport, and Storage for Various Industrial Processes
R. Tempke1, Y. Lam1 (1. Rystad Energy)
Techno-Economic Models are Instrumental in Analyzing Decarbonization Strategies
A. Guinan2, A. Sheriff2, D. Morgan1, T. Grant1, T. Warner2, K. Bello2, D. Vikara2, N. Wijaya2, L. Cunha1 (1. National Energy Technology Laboratory 2. NETL support contractor)
Optimization of CO2 Injection in Saline Aquifers to Mitigate the Fault Reactivation
K. Venepalli1, K. Patel1, V. Chandrasekar1 (1. Computer Modelling Group, Inc)
Assessing Mechanical Response of CO2 Storage into a Stacked Caprock-Reservoir System Using a Field-Scale Geomechanical Model Calibrated with Field Tests
T. Bai1, P. Li2, L. Lee1, Z. Jiao1, M. B. Johnson1, Y. Yu1, C. Nye1, Y. Ganshin1, J. Mclaughlin1, S. Quillinan1 (1. Center for Economic Geology Research, School of Energy Resources 2. Department of Geology and Geophysics, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Wyoming)
Assessing Mechanical Response of CO2 Storage into a Stacked Caprock-Reservoir System Using a Field-Scale Geomechanical Model Calibrated with Field Tests
T. Bai1, P. Li2, L. Lee1, Z. Jiao1, M. B. Johnson1, Y. Yu1, C. Nye1, Y. Ganshin1, J. Mclaughlin1, S. Quillinan1 (1. Center for Economic Geology Research, School of Energy Resources, University of Wyoming 2. Department of Geology and Geophysics, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Wyoming)
The Importance of Reservoir Geomechanics Modelling for Carbon Sequestration Storage and Utilization: A Case Study from East Natuna
J. R. Cherdasa1, T. Ariadji2, B. sapiie3, U. W. siagian2 (1. Petroleum Engineering, Pertamina University 2. Petroleum Engineering, INSTITUTE TECHNOLOGY OF BANDUNG 3. GEOLOGY, INSTITUTE TECHNOLOGY OF BANDUNG)
Using Integrated Modelling to Assess Induced Seismicity Risk and Optimise CO2 Injection Strategies
J. Shearer1, C. O'Sullivan1, S. Todman1, C. Reilly1 (1. Petroleum Experts Ltd)
Rock Strength Measurements Associated with sCO2 Injection into Saline Aquifers for the Louisiana Green Fuels CCS Project, Caldwell Parish, Louisiana
L. Hathon2, S. S. Walkinshaw3, A. Simone1, R. Patterson1, S. Govindaran4 (1. Geostock Sandia 2. Petroleum Engineering, University of Houston 3. Lousiana Green Fuels 4. Metarock Laboratories)
Joint PP and PS Elastic Seismic Inversion to Investigate Seal Integrity in CO2 Projects
A. Vera-Arroyo1, P. Blanco-Dufau1, H. Bedle1 (1. Geoscience school, The University of Oklahoma)
Comparative Economic Analysis of Capture, Transport, and Storage from a CO2 Source Perspective
A. Guinan2, A. Sheriff2, T. Grant1 (1. National Energy Technology Laboratory 2. NETL support contractor)
CO2NCORD: A Comprehensive Software Tool to Understand Facility-Level Source Potential and Underlying Techno-Economics for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) at Scale
M. Ford1, J. Eidbo1, C. J. Talsma1, R. Middleton1 (1. Carbon Solutions, LLC)
US Department of Energy (DOE) Strategic Planning and R&D Priorities for National-Scale CO2 Transport
S. Leung1, J. Litynski1, D. Damiani1, K. Dooley1 (1. US Department of Energy)
Fourier-MIONet: Fourier-Enhanced Multiple-Input Neural Operators for Accurate and Efficient Surrogate Modeling for Geological Carbon Sequestration
Z. Jiang2, M. Zhu2, D. Li1, Y. Yuan1, Q. Li1, L. Lu2, W. Xiao1 (1. ExxonMobil Technology and Engineering Company 2. Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Pennsylvania)
Graph Neural Network for Rapid Location with Uncertainty Quantification: Application to Decatur Carbon Injection Site
W. Reichard-Flynn1, X. Zhang2, M. Zhang3, Y. Lin1 (1. Los Alamos National Laboratory 2. Michigan State University 3. Dalhousie University)
Modeling of CO2 Solubility in Crude Oil Using Principal Component Regression: Application to CO2 EOR and Sequestration
R. Bhattacherjee1, K. Botchway2, J. Pashin3, G. Chakraborty2, P. Bikkina1 (1. Chemical & Petroleum Engineering, Oklahoma State University 2. Business Analytics & Data Science, Oklahoma State University 3. Geology, Oklahoma State University)
Composite Confining Systems: Rethinking Geologic Seals for Permanent CO2 Sequestration
A. P. Bump1, S. Bakhshian1, H. Ni1, S. D. Hovorka1, M. Olariu1, D. Dunlap1, S. Hosseini1, T. Meckel1 (1. Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin)
Supercritical CO2 Storage in Shale Reservoirs: Implications of the Clay Mineral Interactions
C. Palencia1, B. Harrel1 (1. Intertek)
Caprock Wettability Under CO2 Geostorage Conditions
A. Lee1, D. Tapriyal2, D. Crandall2, A. Goodman2, P. Kortunov1, A. Camargo3, N. Giovambattista3, B. Balcom4, A. Jusufi1, W. Horn1, Q. Li1, C. Rogers1 (1. ExxonMobil 2. National Energy Technology Laboratory 3. City University of New York 4. University of New Brunswick)

Afternoon Oral Presentations

The Value of Knowledge Sharing in Successful CCS Project Development
J. Millar1 (1. International CCS Knowledge Centre)
What We Have Learned Over 20 Years of CCUS Projects
R. Schrynemeeckers1 (1. Amplified Geochemical Imaging LLC)
Lessons Learned From Site Characterization Activities for Geologic CO2 Storage Projects in North Dakota Regarding Coring, Logging, and Geophysical Surveys
C. Christianson1, A. Livers-Douglas1, T. Richards1, L. Jacobson1, A. Zandy1 (1. Energy & Environmental Research Center, University of North Dakota)
SEG EVOLVE – Industry/Association/University Collaboration for Enabling the Next Generation Subsurface Scientists in Carbon Solutions
J. Joyce1, G. Dasari1, N. House2, A. Betancourt3, J. DiSiena4, R. Detomo5 (1. EMTEC, ExxonMobil 2. Integrated Geophysical Interpretation 3. SEG 4. FFM llc 5. OMOTED Geophysical Consultants)
Geomechanical Fault Integrity Risk Assessment for Saline Aquifer CCS
K. Bisdom2, A. Ardill1, S. Bohn1, P. Fakcharoenphol1, J. Snippe2 (1. Shell International Exploration and Production 2. Shell Global Solutions International B.V.)
Geomechanical Simulation Case Study of CO2 Injection in the LaBarge Field Wyoming
S. Morgan1 (1. ExxonMobil)
3D Characterization for CO2 Geo-Sequestration Using a High-Resolution Seismic Survey: Powder River Basin, WY, USA
B. Erdinc1, A. Tura1 (1. Geophysics, Colorado School Of Mines)
The Effect of Carbonation on Well Cement Mechanical Behavior
J. Ding1, T. Vanorio1, T. Guo1, D. Geremia1 (1. Stanford University)
Reservoir Model Calibration of CO2 Injection into Saline Aquifers for the Louisiana Green Fuels CCS Project, Caldwell Parish, Louisiana
A. Simone1, S. S. Walkinshaw2, R. Patterson1, A. Ajufo3 (1. Geostock Sandia 2. Strategic Biofuels 3. Petroleum Services)
Capillary-Barrier Trapping vs. Permeability-Retardation of CO2 in Storage Aquifers: Analytical Modeling and Field Application
B. Ren1, L. Lake2, J. Littlefield1 (1. Aramco Americas 2. The University of Texas at Austin)
Using CO2 EOR to Reduce GHG Emissions and Improve Oil Recovery in Mature Oil Fields in South Australia and Queensland
M. Wallace1, V. Kuuskraa1, D. Bason2 (1. Advanced Resources International 2. CO2CRC)
CO2 Interfacial Tension Impact to Capillary Pressure Data Coupling with NMR for Pore Throat and Body Size Distribution
B. C. Harrell1 (1. Intertek Westport)
Monitoring for CO2 Leakage at Intermediate Depths
M. Macquet1, B. Kolkman-Quinn2, D. C. Lawton2 (1. Carbon Management Canada 2. Carbon Management Canada and University of Calgary/CREWES)
CO2 Plume Imaging with CSEM: Workflow and Calibration to Borehole Scale
K. M. Strack1, S. Davydycheva1, T. Hanstein1, A. Paembonan2, P. Soupios3 (1. KMS Technologies 2. Geophysical Engineering, Sumatera Inst. of Technology 3. Petroleum Geoscience, KFUPM)
Displacement or Not, InSAR Should be Used for Monitoring CCUS Storage
G. Falorni1, C. Sebastian1, C. Lucente1 (1. TRE Altamira Inc)
Long Term, Wide Area Monitoring of CO2 Containment in CCS Using Spaceborne InSAR
P. Leezenberg1, J. Scoular1, M. van der Kooij1, H. Maljaars1, L. Szewczyk1 (1. SkyGeo)
An Overview of Geophysical Applications for Mapping and Monitoring Carbon Storage
M. Rauch1 (1. TGS)
Rejuvenating Gulf Coast Vintage NAZ Data for Identifying CCUS Sites with Full-Waveform Inversion
S. Ding2, R. Kumar2, M. Wang2, S. Mothi2, D. Carruthers1 (1. CGG 2. CGG)
Weyburn CO2 EOR Case Study Using Conventional and Light 4D Seismic Technique
S. Chen1, A. Dwibedi1 (1. Whitecap Resources Inc.)
The Conceptual Carbon Storage Development Planning for Onshore and Offshore CCS Sites in Taiwan
Y. Tseng2, K. Qiu1, P. Lee3 (1. SLB 2. CPC 3. Opicoil America)
What is Taking the Wind out of the Sails of CCUS? (And What is Lifting the Sails Up?)
D. Gonsuron1 (1. S&P Global: Commodity Insights)
Quantifying Risk for Sequestration Success – A Look at Potential CO2 Storage Hazards and Complications in Southern Louisiana
E. J. MacDonald1 (1. Intelligence - CCUS, Enverus)
Combining Qualitative Leakage Risk Assessment with Financial Liability for CO2 Geologic Storage
S. Bakhshian1, R. G. Hashish1, S. D. Hovorka1 (1. Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin)
Data Related De-Risking Challenges for CO2 Storage in Aquifers
B. Dindoruk1, K. Holmes2, R. Fyfe2, S. Drylie2 (1. Petroleum Engineering & Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Houston 2. Core Laboratories)
Defining Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage Systems in the Midwest, Northeast, Coastal Plain, and Northeast Offshore USA – A Bottoms Up Approach
A. Conner1, M. Kelley1, S. Pool2, J. Moore2, P. Dinterman2, E. Lewis2, G. Daft2, T. Vance1, S. Greb3, T. Sparks3, K. Carter4, M. L. Cooney4, K. Schmid4, R. Anthony4, W. Harrison5, H. Leetaru6, C. Bopp6, J. McDonald7, C. Waid7, M. Solis7, J. Schmelz8, K. Miller8, A. Douds9, R. Clark10, S. R. Skopec1 (1. Battelle 2. West Virginia Geological & Economic Survey 3. Kentucky Geological Survey 4. Pennsylvania Geological Survey 5. Michigan Geological Repository for Research and Education, Western Michigan University 6. Illinois State Geological Survey 7. Ohio Geological Survey, Department of Natural Resources 8. Rutgers The State University of New Jersey 9. Indiana Geological & Water Survey 10. Iowa Geological Survey)
On the Roadmap of Carbon Abatement – CO2 Source/Sink Hub Identification in Shallow Water GOM (SW-GOM)
M. Tavallali1, M. Rao1, T. Xu1 (1. S&P Global)
The Geology of the Deeply Carbon Negative Louisiana Green Fuels CCS Project, Caldwell Parish, Louisiana
S. S. Walkinshaw1 (1. Strategic Biofuels, LLC)
Saline Aquifer Areas of the Northern Gulf of Mexico Shelf, USA - A Preliminary Inventory
B. P. Stephens1, T. Belisle1, E. Elliott1, L. He1, K. Trosclair1 (1. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management)

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