1. - Carbon capture and storage
as a mitigation of greenhouse gas effects.
Geological storage of carbon dioxide, CO2, in underground formations
has the potential to be a major component of any viable solution to reduce greenhouse gases emitted into atmosphere [1,2]. The use of wells for CO2 storage in geological formation may have
problems due to the degradation of the conventional Portland cement, which can lead to CO2 leakage from the well .
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Change Solutions, 18th World Petroleum Congress, 2005 , Johannesburg, South Africa.
A. Alvi, B. Black, M. Carney, E. Chabora, R.J. Finley, S. Marsteller, S. McDonald, O. Senel, V. Smith, CO2 Sequestration-One Response to Emissions, Oilfield Review,
Winter 2012-2013, 36-48.
V. Barlet-Gouédard and G. Rimmelé, B. Goffé, and O. Porcherie, Mitigation Strategies for the Risk of CO2 Migration Through Wellbores, SPE 98924, IADC/ SPE Drilling
Conference, 2006, Miami, Florida, USA.
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