The importance of detailed geological characterization for future expanded use of gas storage in the sustainable energy context
An experimental study of dolomite dissolution kinetics at conditions relevant to CO2 geological storage
Feasibility of a 785 nm diode laser in Raman spectroscopy for characterizing hydrocarbon-bearing fluid inclusions in Mumbai Offshore Basin, India
Obtaining a high-resolution geological and petrophysical model from the results of reservoir-orientated elastic wave-equation-based seismic inversion
Salt extrusions of the Jemgum and Leda diapirs in the Lower Saxony Basin (NW Germany) joined into one salt canopy. Otto (2017 Petroleum Geoscience, 23, 327) discusses the accurate modelling of the subsurface of a new salt gas cavern storage facility at this location using modern 3D pre-stack depth-migrated seismic data, and how this is beneficial to better understand the near-surface hydrogeological processes for gas storage.
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