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Recognizing and describing processes in producing and abandoned oil- and gas reservoirs that may cause environment footprints and identifying technologies to impair these.

Jann Ursin

Vol. 33, no. 2 (2016), s. 291-304, [1]

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The content in this report was presented at the 3rd MUSE steering committee meeting at UoS, in Stavanger, December 10th, 2015. The project report consists of five individual reports, each focusing on various themes: 1. Hydrocarbon Reservoir Behaviour during the Process of Abandonment and Thereafter by Victor Chukwudi Anokwuru, IPT/TN/UoS 2. Monitoring Techniques Applied to CCS-EOR by Intergrity Obara, IPT/TN/UoS 3. Risk Assessment by Emil Gazizullin, IPT/TN/UoS 4. Environmental Considerations of CO2 Projects by Oduro Takyiwa Susanna, IKM/TN UoS and Yen Adams Sokama-Neuyam, IPT/TN/UoS 5. How to Reduce the Likelihood of Environmental Impacts During Plug and Abandonment by Alexander Steine Johnsen, Preben Emil Haugen and Jann Rune Ursin, IPT/TN/UoS The reports are all written under supervision of the WP2 project leader. All reports are based on open sources; local (UoS) reports, publications available on the internet, official publications and journal papers, and communications with a great number of individual resource persons in the Norwegian oil and gas industry. The relevance of the work presented in the above mentioned reports, in relation to the MUSE project objectives is, as far possible, promoted through carefully following the project description (part of the AGH–UoS partnership agreement) and with reference to a preliminary WP1 progress report from mid February 2015; WP1-Selecting reservoirs for application of CO2 storage with IOR technology and feasibility studies. The work in the MUSE project is accomplished through the willingness and skills of UoS department master students, hired as project assistants. Fortunately for the project there are quite a few high class student, capable of writing high quality technical reports at UoS. The five reports are presented sequentially and all reports are the responsibility of the author and all reports are approved by the WP2 project leader.