Scientific Publications

2018

Chapter in the Wiley publication 'Cutting-Edge Technology for Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage'

Members of the CO2-DISSOLVED team from LEO (The Orléans Economics Laboratory) have written a chapter in the book "Cutting-Edge Technology for Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage", published in April 2018.

The chapter is entitled "Mapping CCUS technological trajectories and business models: The case of CO2-DISSOLVED"

Reference: X. Galiègue, A. Laude and N. Béfort, 2018. Mapping CCUS Technological Trajectories and Business Models: The Case of CO2-Dissolved. In "Cutting-Edge Technology for Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage", K. Ballerat-Busserolles , Y. Wu, J.J. Carroll,Wiley. ISBN: 978-1-119-36380-4.

Cutting-Edge Technology for Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage. Karine Ballerat-Busserolles (Editor), Ying Wu (Editor), John J. Carroll (Editor). 384 pages

The book is available as a hardcover and as an E-book directly from Wiley. Click on the cover below to view the Table of Contents

 

2017

Outcomes of GHGT-13, the International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, 14-18 November 2016, SwissTech Convention Center - Lausanne, Switzerland

The following research articles are documented in the Elsevier Energy Procedia Volume 114, July 2017

G. Blount ; M. Gorensek; L. Hamm; K. O’Neil, C. Kervévan. 
CO2-Dissolved and Aqueous Gas Separation
J. Royer-Adnot, Y. Le Gallo.
Economic Analysis of Combined Geothermal and CO2 Storage for Small-Size Emitters.
X. Galiègue, A. Laude. 
Combining Geothermal Energy and CCS: From the Transformation to the Reconfiguration of a Socio-Technical Regime?
C. Kervévan, M.-H. Beddelem, X. Galiègue, Y. Le Gallo, F. May, K. O’Neil, J. Sterpenich. 
Main Results of the CO2-DISSOLVED Project: First Step toward a Future Industrial Pilot Combining Geological Storage of Dissolved CO2 and Geothermal Heat Recovery
A. Randi, J. Sterpenich, D. Thiéry, C. Kervévan, J. Pironon, C. Morlot. 
Experimental and numerical simulation of the injection of a CO2 saturated solution in a carbonate reservoir: application to the CO2-DISSOLVED concept combining CO2 geological storage and geothermal heat recovery
C. Castillo, N. C.M. Marty, V. Hamm, C. Kervévan, D. Thiéry, L. de Lary, J.-C. Manceau. 
Reactive transport modelling of dissolved CO2 injection in a geothermal doublet. Application to the CO2-DISSOLVED concept

 

 

 

 

 

2014

Outcomes of GHGT-12, the International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, 5-9 October 2014, Austin Convention Center, Texas

The following research articles are documented in the Elsevier Energy Procedia Volume 63, 2014

C. Kervévan, M. -H. Beddelem, K. O’Neil. 
CO2-DISSOLVED: a Novel Concept Coupling Geological Storage of Dissolved CO2 and Geothermal Heat Recovery – Part 1: Assessment of the Integration of an Innovative Low-cost, Water- based CO2 Capture Technology
C. Castillo, S. Knopf, C. Kervévan, F. May. 
CO2-DISSOLVED: a Novel Concept Coupling Geological Storage of Dissolved CO2 and Geothermal Heat Recovery – Part 2: Assessment of the Potential Industrial Applicability in France, Germany, and the U.S.A
A. Randi, J. Sterpenich, C. Morlot, J. Pironon, C. Fléhoc. 
CO2-DISSOLVED: a Novel Concept Coupling Geological Storage of Dissolved CO2 and Geothermal Heat Recovery – Part 3: Design of the MIRAGES-2 Experimental Device Dedicated to the Study of the Geochemical Water-Rock Interactions Triggered by CO2 Laden Brine Injection.
V. Hamm, C. Kervévan, D. Thiéry. 
CO2-DISSOLVED: a Novel Concept Coupling Geological Storage of Dissolved CO2 and Geothermal Heat Recovery – Part 4: Preliminary Thermo-Hydrodynamic Simulations to Assess the CO2 Storage Efficiency

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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