C02 Neutral energy system utilising the subsurface. WP4 Geo-model development, reservoir modelling and GIS

Karen Lyng Anthonsen, Carsten Møller Nielsen, Lars Kristensen, Troels Laier, Peter Johannessen

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Abstract

This report is part of the energy research project CO2 Neutral energy system utilising the subsurface (CONvert). The overall project objective is to analyse the techno-economic feasibility of an integrated energy system, where the subsurface is utilised for thermal energy production and storage, as well as temporary CO2 storage (Figure 1).
WP4 will identify subsurface geological structures and reservoir sandstones and will select the most attractive sites for storage of CH4 /CO2 , hot water, CO2 and geothermal production. Productivity and injectivity are vital for the usability of the subsurface and governs the configuration of the individual subsurface installations. Subsurface reservoir modelling allows for simulation of both energy extraction (geothermal energy production) and storage. Different scenarios can be examined, and potential synergy effects can be optimized in the operating phase, but also facilitates the costly and uncertain exploration and installation phase. The WP4 aims at facilitating strategic decision making regarding early and future use of the subsurface as an active. All relevant data will be transferred to a GIS geodatabase.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCopenhagen
PublisherGEUS
Number of pages56
Volume2019
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 26 Nov 2019

Publication series

NameDanmarks og Grønlands Geologiske Undersøgelse Rapport
PublisherGEUS
No.21
Volume2019

Keywords

  • Denmark

Programme Area

  • Programme Area 3: Energy Resources

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