Section 3.4 Fluid Systems Modelling

The main objective of the GEOSMART project is to develop a site-independent concept for risk analysis in hydrothermal and petrothermal energy recovery as well as the geological storage of fluids within the geological subsurface.

The project brings together already existing expertise distributed at the different Helmholtz Centers and aims at developing transferable data science methods and softwarein a unified manner ...

M4ShaleGas stands for Measuring, monitoring, mitigating and managing the environmental impact of shale gas and is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme. The main goal of the M4ShaleGas project is to study and evaluate potential risks and impacts of shale gas exploration and exploitation.

The main objective of the ProSalz project is to substantially improve the process understanding of reactive multi-phase flow in the transition zone between the salt cavern and the solid salt rock to facilitate a safe long-term retention of geogenic salt caverns within the Zechstein.

The main objective of the proposed project is to develop a generic UCG-CCS site characterisation workflow, and the accompanying technologies, which would address the dilemma faced by the proponents of reactor zone CO2 storage, and offer technological solutions to source sink mismatch issues that are likely to be faced in many coalfields.

Since 2004, research on the storage of CO2 in a deep saline aquifer is being conducted at the Ketzin pilot site in Brandenburg. The CO2 injection was successfully carried out between June 2008 and August 2013 and accompanied by one of the world's most extensive monitoring programs. The COMPLETE project continues the previous projects (e.g. CO2SINK and CO2MAN) with further research in Ketzin.

The planned increase of solar and aeolic within the german energy mix is confronted with large fluctuations in electricity production due to fluctuating saisonal and metereological conditions.

A boost of electricity networks' capacity, as well as of the technology for conversion and storage of excess electricity is therefore extremely important. Given the current german energy mix, which is mainly sustained by electrification of fossil fuels and controlled nuclear fission, the storage of large amounts of energy has not been a relevant issue.

Carbon Dioxide-Storage in Eastern Brandenburg: Implications for Geothermal Potential and Concept for an Early Warning System for Salt Water Intrusions into Groundwater...


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