35th IGC Symposia

35th International Geological Congress Symposia

Paper Number Title Presenting Author Sessionsort descending Abstract
2644 Pore Structure Research and Application of Rate-controlled Mercury Penetration at Chang 7 Tight Oil Reservoir at Ordos Basin Ms. Xu Zhu T21.P5 - Unconventional Hydrocarbons and Emerging Fuels PDF icon 2644.pdf
1230 Gas hydrate occurrences from seismic analysis Offshore Chiloe Dr. Iván De La Cruz Vargas Cordero Dra. Umberta Tinivella PhD(c) Lucia Villar Muñoz Bsc Pas Toledo Rubilar T21.P5 - Unconventional Hydrocarbons and Emerging Fuels PDF icon 1230.pdf
904 International gas hydrate research program: Key findings and perspectives Dr. Sung-rock Lee T21.P5 - Unconventional Hydrocarbons and Emerging Fuels PDF icon 904.pdf
2416 Geostress Research and Application at Lucaogou Formation Tight Oil Reservoir in Jimsar Sag, Junggar Basin Mr. Jian Wang T21.P5 - Unconventional Hydrocarbons and Emerging Fuels PDF icon 2416.pdf
2366 Study on Pore Structure Characteristics of Tight Sandstone Oil Reservoir: Evidences from Chang 7 Member in Ordos Basin, China Mr. Quanqi Dai T21.P5 - Unconventional Hydrocarbons and Emerging Fuels PDF icon 2366.pdf
2369 A Method of Logging Recognition for Pore Structure of Tight Sandstone Oil Reservoir Mr. Quanqi Dai T21.P5 - Unconventional Hydrocarbons and Emerging Fuels
762 Diagenesis and its Impact on the Reservoir Quality of Chang 7 Tight Sandstones in Ordos Basin, China Mr. Wenchao Dou T21.P5 - Unconventional Hydrocarbons and Emerging Fuels PDF icon 762.pdf
2190 Seismic characteristics of gas hydrate and free gas in the northwest Ulleung Basin, East Sea Dr. Dong Geun Yoo T21.P5 - Unconventional Hydrocarbons and Emerging Fuels PDF icon 2190.pdf
1526 Pore Pressure Prediction in Gas Hydrate Bearing Sediments of Krishna-Godavari Basin, India Dr. Rima Chatterjee T21.P5 - Unconventional Hydrocarbons and Emerging Fuels PDF icon 1526.pdf
510 Geologic Carbon Storage at a One Million Tonne Demonstration Project: Lessons Learned from the Illinois Basin – Decatur Project, USA Dr. Sallie E Greenberg T22.7 - Carbon capture and storage – From reservoir through the full value chain PDF icon 510.pdf
3157 Large Pilot Scale Testing of Linde/BASF Post-Combustion CO2 Capture Technology at the Abbott Coal-Fired Power Plant, Illinois USA Sallie E Greenberg T22.7 - Carbon capture and storage – From reservoir through the full value chain
3496 The Pilot Site Ketzin, Germany – Lessons Learnt on CO2 Storage Dr. Mario Wipki T22.7 - Carbon capture and storage – From reservoir through the full value chain PDF icon 3496.pdf
128 Evaluation of CO2 storage potential on the Norwegian Continental Shelf Mrs. Eva Halland T22.7 - Carbon capture and storage – From reservoir through the full value chain
1325 United Nations Framework Classification 2009 Mr. Sean Davids T22.7 - Carbon capture and storage – From reservoir through the full value chain PDF icon 1325.pdf
1096 THE PLAINS CO2 REDUCTION PARTNERSHIP: DEVOLOPING TECHNOLOGIES FOR CCS DEPLOYMENT IN CENTRAL NORTH AMERICA Mr. Edward Steadman T22.7 - Carbon capture and storage – From reservoir through the full value chain PDF icon 1096.pdf
4380 Sedimentological and H2O-CO2-rock interaction studies for a long-term geological CO2 storage in the onshore Zululand Basin, South Africa Mr. Lowanika Victor Tibane T22.7 - Carbon capture and storage – From reservoir through the full value chain PDF icon 4380.pdf
5565 Moving CCS Forward: Bridging the Industrial Divide – Learnings from the CO2CRC Otway Project, Australia Dr. Matthias Raab T22.7 - Carbon capture and storage – From reservoir through the full value chain PDF icon 5565.pdf
2397 The natural CO2 leaking laboratory offshore Panarea Island, Italy Mr. Salvatore Lombardi T22.8 - Carbon capture and storage – From reservoir through the full value chain
3497 Challenges and Analytic Opportunities Associated with the Concept of Net Carbon Negative Oil Ms. Sarah Forbes T22.8 - Carbon capture and storage – From reservoir through the full value chain PDF icon 3497.pdf
4493 The Bongwana Natural CO2 Release Mr Nigel Hicks T22.8 - Carbon capture and storage – From reservoir through the full value chain PDF icon 4493.pdf
2405 The development and application of GasPro pCO2 sensors for CCS monitoring Ms. Sabina Bigi T22.8 - Carbon capture and storage – From reservoir through the full value chain
2411 The importance of understanding geochemical baselines for CCS monitoring Ms. Salvatore Lombardi T22.8 - Carbon capture and storage – From reservoir through the full value chain
5275 Monetized Leakage Risk of Geologic CO2 Storage and the Role of Secondary Trapping in Intervening Stratigraphic Layers Prof. Jeffrey Bielicki T22.8 - Carbon capture and storage – From reservoir through the full value chain
1933 Geothermal heat from generated geothermal energy systems (GeneSys) Dr. Peter Gerling T22.9 - Geothermal Energy PDF icon 1933.pdf
2322 Application Effect of Microtremor Survey Method in the Exploration of Geothermal Resource Prof. Peifen Xu T22.9 - Geothermal Energy PDF icon 2322.pdf
3826 Preliminary remote sensing analyses of the Alid Volcanic Geothermal District (ERITREA) Prof. Antonio Galgaro T22.9 - Geothermal Energy PDF icon 3826.pdf
3456 Geothermal resource assessment of the St. Lawrence Lowlands sedimentary basin, Québec, Canada Dr. Michel Malo T22.9 - Geothermal Energy PDF icon 3456.pdf
1675 A new technique for reactive transport modelling in carbonate reservoirs utilized for CO2 sequestration Dr. Tina Roberts-Ashby T22.9 - Geothermal Energy PDF icon 1675.pdf
4247 Optimally Extracting Geothermal Heat from Sedimentary Basins Using Carbon Dioxide Prof. Jeffrey Bielicki T22.9 - Geothermal Energy
2563 Efficiency analysis of geothermal heating and cooling system using groundwater in South Korea Dr. JINSUNG KIM T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 2563.pdf
2391 An overview of research at the Latera Caldera, Italy, natural CO2 analogue site Mr Salvatore Lombardi T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 2391.pdf
1780 Study of the evaluation of the reservoir temperature for geothermal system: Geothermometry in Boloang Mongondow Area, Province of North Sulawesi, Indonesia Mr. Sayyed Faturahman T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 1780.pdf
559 Assessment of the geothermal potential of the Main Karoo Basin (South Africa): An outcrop analogue study of Permian sandstone reservoir formations Professor Annette E. Goetz T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 559.pdf
4320 Fracture Controlled CO2 gas migration at the Bongwana Natural CO2 Release Site, South Africa. Mr. Nigel Hicks T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 4320.pdf
2701 Assessment of the total CO2 storage capacity of shales – upscaling from sorption and reservoir data Dr. Marcin Lutynski T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 2701.pdf
1370 Petrology and geochemistry characteristics of mudstone interlayer within the paleo-CO2 reservoirs, in the Southern Songliao Basin, China Prof. Li Liu Doctoral student Xiaoran Ming lecturer Na Liu Doctoral student Lei Yu Graduate student Hanggai Bai Senior Engineer Chunyan Hu T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 1370.pdf
1216 Geological subsurface data collection as a part of the European ESTMAP Project (Energy STorage Mapping and Planning) Dr. Laurent Beccaletto T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 1216.pdf
2399 CO2 storage project in Italy: the Sulcis Coal Basin, Italy Ms. Sabina Bigi T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World
2707 Carbon dioxide sorption on gas bearing shale and halloysite Dr. Marcin Lutynski T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 2707.pdf
3108 Geothermal energy from the Main Karoo Basin: New insights from borehole KWV-1 (Eastern Cape, South Africa) Professor Annette E. Goetz T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World
2727 Preliminary Assessment of the Puchuldiza-Licancura Geothermal Field in the Central Andean Volcanic Zone, northern Chile Dr. Eugenio Veloso Dr. Felipe Aron Ms. Estefania Camus Dr. Jose Cembrano Dr. Gloria Arancibia Dr. Diego Morata T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 2727.pdf
5464 Paleostress reconstruction based on minor faults in core Msgr. Sehyeon Gwon T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 5464.pdf
1673 Modelling the geology of the GeoEnergy Test Bed, East Midlands UK Dr. Tim Pharaoh T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 1673.pdf
2019 Geological Review of Eburru-Badlands Geothermal prospect; Surface structural and geological mapping Ms. Irene Ronoh T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 2019.pdf
2303 Characteristics and Origin of Dawsonite in Songliao Basin, China: A natural analogues for CO2 sequestration in deep-saline aquifers Dr. Li Liu T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 2303.pdf
1772 HIGH TEMPERATURE HYDROTHERMAL ALTERATION IN ACTIVE GEOTHERMAL SYSTEMS: A CASE STUDY OF OLKARIA DOMES Mr. James Nyandigisi T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World
3931 Detection of Fractures Acting as Hydrothermal Fluid Path by Lineament Analysis and Radon Gas Measurement Prof. Katsuaki Koike T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 3931.pdf
2920 Structural controls on geothermal activity in the eastern Mediterranean region: example of the Main Menderes area (Western Turkey) Mr. Vincent Roche T22.P3 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 2920.pdf
2069 General Characteristics of Geothermal Resources in Madagascar Dr. Lala Andrianaivo T22.P4 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 2069.pdf
1935 Alteration mineralogy of Karisimbi products from well KW01 through Geothermal Prospect, Nyabihu District, NW-Rwanda Dr. Digne Edmond Rwabuhungu Rwatangabo T22.P4 - Energy in a Carbon Constrained World PDF icon 1935.pdf

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