In addition to the work described above, Celia’s group also published several papers related to CO2 that were not directly funded by CMI, including the study by one of our undergraduate students, Kyle Meng, on early opportunities in China, analysis of geochemical reactions associated with CO2 injection, and new streamline simulation methods for CO2 modeling. The group has also been active in conference organization (Wellbore Integrity workshop at Princeton, Site Characterization Workshop at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory) and on several oversight panels (Weyburn expert panel, In Salah Science Advisory Board, DOE panel for needs in the Basic Sciences). Through both research at Princeton and outreach activities, the storage group at Princeton has had a significant impact over the last year.