Note: This course is taught in English
Nota: Este curso se ofrece en Inglés.
Wednesday, May 26, 2021 - 9:00 AM - 4:00PM CDT (GMT-5)
This course gives an overview of the modelling options built into the GEM simulator for CO2 Storage and Capture in an aquifer. A 2D model will be built and various CCS modelling tools will be progressively added on, starting from simple structural trapping down to mineralisation. The effect of each added process will be analysed in detail. The PVT package WinProp will be used for inputting the components properties and the aqueous and mineral reactions. The course will touch on the geochemical modelling features of GEM and its geomechanical modelling capabilities.
- Base model with structural trapping
- Hysteresis Trapping
- Solubility Trapping
- Barton-Bandis Fracture Permeability Model
- Mineral Trapping
- Water Vaporisation
- 3D GHG Model with Geomechanics
Vikram, a Senior Reservoir Simulation Engineer, has over 10 years of industry experience with a particular focus on the modelling of chemical flood processes. Vikram's expertise encompasses low salinity waterflooding, reservoir geochemistry, microemulsions, chemical flooding, C02 sequestration and thermal recovery processes. He holds a Master of Science, Petroleum Engineering from the University of Texas, Austin and a Bachelor of Technology, Chemical Engineering from Anna University in India.