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Solving Above and Below Ground Challenges

19 Princeton-CMI Affiliates participate in
GHGT-10 Meeting in Amsterdam

From September 19 to 23, a group of 19 Princeton faculty, graduate students, research staff and affiliates participated in the International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Technologies (GHGT-10) in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. CMI members presented 13 papers and posters related to the fields of carbon capture and sequestration (CCS). Held every other year, GHGT meetings bring together members of academia, government and industry to develop and implement carbon mitigation strategies. Over 1700 participants were expected to attend this year's meeting.

Princeton-CMI GHGT-10 Contributors (C) and Participants (P)

Michael Celia (C, P)
Benjamin Court (C, P)
Mark Dobossy (C, P)
Thomas Elliot (C,P)
Brian Ellis (C, P)
Sarah Gasda (C, P)
John Higgins (C, P)
Mary Kang (P)
Tom Kreutz (C, P)
Eric Larson (C)
Guangjian Liu (C)
Ed Matteo (C, P)
Jan Nordbotten (C, P)
Juan Nogues (C, P)
Catherine Peters (C, P)
George Scherer (C)
Robert Socolow (P)
James Wang (P)
Robert Williams

Schedule of Princeton-CMI Talks and Poster Presentations with Abstracts (Online, PDF)


September 21, 2010

09:30 - 10:50Session 4C Modeling Tools
Celia, Michael, Princeton University. "How Simple Can We Make Models for CO2 Injection, Migration, and Leakage?" (abstract)
09:30 - 10:50Session 10.01 Biomass and CCS
Liu, Guangjian, Princeton University. "Design Economics of Low-Carbon Power Generation from Natural Gas and Biomass with Synthetic Fuels Co-Production." (abstract)
11:20 - 12:40Session 1.02 Mineralisation from Air
House, Kurt Zenz, MIT. "The Use of Alkalinity Engineering for CO2 Mitigation." (abstract)

September 22, 2010

11:20 - 12:40Session 4.01 CO2 Utilization, ECBM and Other Storage Options
Kreutz, Tom, Princeton University. "Prospects for Producing Low Carbon Transportation Fuels from Captured CO2 in a Climate Constrained World." (abstract)
13:40 - 15:40Poster Session 2 Developments in CO2 Storage
Court, Ben, Princeton University. "Active and Integrated Management of Water Resources Throughout CO2 Capture and Sequestration Operations." (abstract)

Dobossy, Mark, Princeton University, Geological Storage Consultants, LLC. "An Efficient Software Framework for Performing Industrial Risk Assessment of Leakage for Geological Storage of CO2." (abstract)

Ellis, Brian, Princeton University. "Changes in Caprock Integrity due to Vertical Migration of CO2-Enriched Brine." (abstract)

Gasda, Sarah, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. "The Impact of Local-Scale Processes on Large-Scale CO2 Migration and Immobilization." (abstract)

Matteo, Edward, Princeton University. "Understanding Boundary Condition Effects on the Corrosion Kinetics of Class H Well Cement." (abstract)

Nogues, Juan, Princeton University. "Probability of Detecting CO2 Leakage in a Geological Sequestration Operation using Monitoring Wells." (abstract)

Peters, Catherine, Princeton University. "LUCI: A Facility at DUSEL for Large-Scale Experimental Study of Geologic Carbon Sequestration." (abstract)

15:40 - 17:20Session 1.19 Techno-Economic Comparisons
Williams, Robert H., Princeton University. "Alternative Approaches for Decarbonizing Existing US Coal Power Plant Sites." (abstract)

September 23, 2010

09:30 - 10:50Session 10D Wellbore Integrity
Gasda, Sarah, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. "Analysis of In-Situ Wellbore Integrity Data for Existing Wells with Long-Term Exposure to CO2." (abstract)
 
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