Interactions between CO2, saline water and minerals during geological storage of CO2
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Paper A: Restricted due to copyright clearance. Can Dawsonite Permanently Trap CO2? Helge Hellevang, Per Aagaard, Eric H. Oelkers, and Bjørn Kvamme. Environ. Sci. Technol.; 2005; 39(21) pp 8281 – 8287. Published version is available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/es0504791Paper B: Hellevang, H., Kvamme, B., and Aagaard, P., 2004. Long term interactions between minerals and reactive fluids - Stability of dawsonite. In Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference on Carbon Capture and Sequestration DOE/NETL, Alexandria, VA, May 3-6, 1-7.Paper C: CO2-water-rock interactions – ACCRETE simulations of geological storage of CO2. Hellevang, H.Paper D: CO2 storage in the Utsira Formation – ATHENA 3D reactive transport Simulations. Hellevang, H.; Khattri, S.K.; Fladmark, G.E.; Kvamme, B. Submitted to Basin Research.Paper E: ACCRETE – Geochemistry solver for CO2-water-rock interactions. Hellevang, H. Kvamme, B. Paper submitted to the GHGT8 conference, Trondheim, Norway, June 19-22, 2006.Paper F: Deposition of Green House Gases by Compositional Simulator: Long Term Reactive Transport of CO2 in the Sand of Utsira. Khattri, S.K.; Hellevang, H.; Fladmark, G.E.; Kvamme, B. Submitted to Transport in Porous Media.