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Project evaluation: phase II: Optimal Geological Environments for Carbon Dioxide Disposal in Brine Formations (Saline Aquifers) in the United States 2000 232 Yes More Information
A tool to facilitate modeling and pilot projects for sequestration of carbon dioxide in saline formations 2000 6 Yes More Information
Evaluation of brine-bearing sands of the Frio Formation, Upper Texas Gulf Coast for geological sequestration 2001 13 Yes More Information
Evaluation of CO2, He, C1-C5 gaseous hydrocarbons at an engineered CO2 injection, Cranfield, Mississippi 2010 1 Yes More Information
Update on results of SECARB “early” test of monitoring large volume injection at Cranfield 2011 25 Yes More Information
Progress update: SECARB "early" test monitoring 2.5 million tons at Cranfield 2011 19 Yes More Information
Geologic and infrastructure factors for delineating areas for clean coal: examples in Texas, USA 2011 20 Yes More Information
Making capacity estimates for geologic storage of CO2 2011 31 Yes More Information
New approach to soil gas monitoring 2011 21 Yes More Information
Above-zone pressure monitoring at Cranfield, MS 2011 32 Yes More Information
Monitoring a large volume CO2 injection: year two results from SECARB project at Denbury's Cranfield, Mississippi, USA 2011 7 Yes More Information
Numerical modeling of CO2 injection into a typical U.S. Gulf Coast anticline structure 2011 7 Yes More Information
Effects of adjacent mud rocks on Co2 injection pressure: model case based on a typical U.S. Gulf Coast salt diapir field under injection 2011 0 Yes More Information
Time lapse seismic response (4D) related to industrial-scale CO2 injection at an EOR and CCS site, Cranfield, MS 2011 1 Yes More Information
CO2-rock-brine interactions in Lower Tuscaloosa Formation at Cranfield CO2 sequestration site, Mississippi, U.S.A. 2011 45 Yes More Information
New approach to soil gas monitoring 2011 21 Yes More Information
Above-zone pressure monitoring at Cranfield, MS 2011 32 Yes More Information
Overview of CCS 2011 35 Yes More Information
Sensitivity of groundwater systems to CO2: Application of a site-specific analysis of carbonate monitoring parameters at the SACROC CO2-enhanced oil field 2012 10 Yes More Information
Reservoir characterization and complications for trapping mechanisms at Cranfield CO2 injection site 2012 14 Yes More Information
Evaluating time-lapse borehole gravity for CO2 plume detection at SECARB Cranfield 2012 14 Yes More Information
Process-based approach to CO2 leakage detection by vadose zone gas monitoring at geologic CO2 storage sites 2012 6 Yes More Information
Potential sinks for geologic storage of carbon dioxide generated by power plants in North and South Carolina 2008 57 Yes More Information
Continued evaluation of potential for geologic storage of carbon dioxide in the southeastern United States 2011 39 Yes More Information
Characterizing CO2 storage reservoirs and shallow overburden for above-zone monitoring in Texas Gulf Coast EOR fields 2012 13 Yes More Information
Monitoring a large-volume injection at Cranfield, Mississippi: Project design and recommendations 2013 15 Yes More Information
CO2-EOR as geologic storage: Monitoring for permanence 2013 34 Yes More Information
Numerical simulation: Field scale fluid injection to a porous layer in relevance to CO2 geological storage 2013 6 Yes More Information
Using groundwater geochemistry for leak detection at a carbon sequestration site 2011 12 Yes More Information
Monitoring large volumes of CO2 injection at Cranfield: Early field test of SECARB Phase III 2011 13 Yes More Information
Monitoring large volume of CO2 injection at Cranfield: Early field test of SECARB Phase III 2012 13 Yes More Information
Modeling CO2 release experiment in the shallow subsurface and sensitivity analysis 2013 13 Yes More Information
Near-surface monitoring of large-volume CO2 injection at Cranfield: Early field test of SECARB Phase III 2013 8 Yes More Information
Assessing potential impacts of CO2 upward migration on drinking groundwater quality at the SECARB Phase III early test site 2013 1 Yes More Information
Geochemical sensitivity to CO2 leakage in shallow aquifers 2013 1 Yes More Information
Shallow groundwater study at the Cranfield site 2013 17 Yes More Information
Integration of well-based subsurface monitoring technologies: Lessons learned at SECARB study, Cranfield, MS 2013 12 Yes More Information
Monitoring a large-volume injection at Cranfield, Mississippi – Project design and recommendations 2013 16 Yes More Information
Constraining CO2 simulations by coupled modeling and inversion of electrical resistance and gas composition data 2013 13 Yes More Information
Static and dynamic reservoir modeling for geological CO2 sequestration at Cranfield, Mississippi, USA 2013 14 Yes More Information
CO2 recycling accounting and EOR operation scheduling to assist in storage capacity assessment at a U.S. gulf coast depleted reservoir 2013 11 Yes More Information
Evaluating time-lapse borehole gravity for CO2 plume detection at SECARB Cranfield 2013 9 Yes More Information
Reservoir characterization and complications for trapping mechanisms at Cranfield CO2 injection site 2013 14 Yes More Information
Editorial: Midproject assessment of the SECARB Early Test at Cranfield, Mississippi 2013 2 Yes More Information
Single-well push-pull test for assessing potential impacts of CO2 leakage on groundwater quality in a shallow Gulf Coast aquifer in Cranfield, Mississippi 2013 13 Yes More Information
Assessing sensitivity to well leakage from three years of continuous reservoir pressure monitoring during CO2 injection at Cranfield, MS, USA 2013 10 Yes More Information
CCU&S via stacked storage – case studies from CO2-EOR basins of the United States 2013 6 Yes More Information
Three-million-metric-ton-monitored injection at the SECARB Cranfield project – project update 2013 12 Yes More Information
Site closure monitoring of two CO2 plumes with VSP at the Frio Pilot 2010 2 Yes More Information
Offshore CCS in the northern Gulf of Mexico & South Atlantic 2009 2 Yes More Information
Site characterization and reservoir history matching for geological CO2 sequestration at the S3 site 2012 48 Yes More Information
Complex fluid flow revealed by monitoring CO2 injection in a fluvial formation 2012 13 Yes More Information
Meeting the grand challenges for future carbon management engineers and scientists: stimulating workforce capacity through teacher professional development 2013 7 Yes More Information
Subsurface monitoring of large-scale CO2 injection at SECARB’s Phase-III Cranfield site 2012 11 Yes More Information
Assessment of alleged CO2 leakage at the Kerr farm using a simple process-based soil gas technique: Implications for carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) monitoring 2013 7 Yes More Information
Sensitivity of shallow groundwater systems to CO2: Lessons from the NETL SWP study at the SACROC oilfield 2011 1 Yes More Information
Soil-gas identification of vadose-zone carbon cycling: Implications for near-surface modeling at CCS sites 2011 2 Yes More Information
Method for distinguishing signal from noise in the near-surface using simple soil-gas measurements: Lessons from natural and industrial analogues 2011 1 Yes More Information
Monitoring above-zone temperature variations associated with CO2 and brine leakage from the storage aquifer 2014 15 Yes More Information
Field test of in-situ sensor technology for process-based soil gas monitoring 2014 2 Yes More Information
Using analytical and numerical modeling to assess the utility of groundwater monitoring parameters at carbon capture, utilization, and storage sites 2012 1 Yes More Information
Expert-based development of a standard in CO2 sequestration monitoring technology 2014 52 Yes More Information
Workbook for developing a monitoring plan to ensure storage permanence in a geologic storage project, including site-specific tool selection 2014 65 Yes More Information

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