CSEM Monitoring of a C02 Reservoir imaged by MT
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During the last years, different studies based on numerical simulations have shown the potential of CSEM for C02 monitoring. In this study, we carried out a set of simulations for CSEM monitoring of C02 realistic deep saline reservoir in a 3D dome anticline structure. We perform numerical simulations in different scenarios (emission frequencies and surface-to-borehole configurations) in order to investigate the effect on the resolution when the simulations are done considering a baseline geoelectric model resulting from the inversion ofMT synthetic data.
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