Reservoir Characterization for CO2 Injectivity and Flooding in Petroleum Reservoirs, offshore Malaysia
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Reservoir characterization of the Malaysian gas reservoir for CO2 storage is carried out at preliminary and comprehensive level to provide insight into the storage capacity, injectivity, trapping mechanisms (structural, capillary, dissolution, and mineral), and containment. Screening tools are proposed in this study for the selections of reservoir, injection well, and injection zone along with CO2 residual trapping novel method, experimental assessment of compaction effect and numerical modeling scheme to improve the reservoir characterization.
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