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author = {Porter, RTJ and Mahgerefteh, H and Brown, S and Martynov, S and Collard, A and Woolley, RM and Fairweather, M and Falle, SAEG and Wareing, CJ and Nikolaidis, IK and Boulougouris, GC and Peristeras, LD and Tsangaris, DM and Economou, IG and Salvador, C and Zanganeh, K and Wigston, A and Najafali, JN and Shafeen, A and Beigzadeh, A and Farret, R and Gombert, P and Hebrard, J and Proust, C and Ceroni, A and Flauw, Y and Zhang, Y and Chen, S and Yu, J and Talemi, RH and Bensabat, J and Wolf, JL and Rebscher, D and Niemi, A and Jung, B and Mac, Dowell N and Shah, N and Kolster, C and Mechleri, E and Krevor, S},
doi = {10.1016/j.ijggc.2016.08.011},
journal = {International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control},
pages = {662--681},
title = {Techno-economic assessment of CO2 quality effect on its storage and transport: CO(2)QUEST An overview of aims, objectives and main findings},
url = {},
volume = {54},
year = {2016}

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AB - This paper provides an overview of the aims, objectives and the main findings of the CO2QUEST FP7 collaborative project, funded by the European Commission and designed to address the fundamentally important and urgent issues regarding the impact of the typical impurities in CO2 streams captured from fossil fuel power plants and other CO2 intensive industries on their safe and economic pipeline transportation and storage. The main features and results recorded from some of the unique test facilities constructed as part of the project are presented. These include an extensively instrumented realistic-scale test pipeline for conducting pipeline rupture and dispersion tests in China, an injection test facility in France to study the mobility of trace metallic elements contained in a CO2 stream following injection near a shallow-water qualifier and fluid/rock interactions and well integrity experiments conducted using a fully instrumented deep-well CO2/impurities injection test facility in Israel. The above, along with the various unique mathematical models developed, provide the fundamentally important tools needed to define impurity tolerance levels, mixing protocols and control measures for pipeline networks and storage infrastructure, thus contributing to the development of relevant standards for the safe design and economic operation of CCS.
AU - Porter,RTJ
AU - Mahgerefteh,H
AU - Brown,S
AU - Martynov,S
AU - Collard,A
AU - Woolley,RM
AU - Fairweather,M
AU - Falle,SAEG
AU - Wareing,CJ
AU - Nikolaidis,IK
AU - Boulougouris,GC
AU - Peristeras,LD
AU - Tsangaris,DM
AU - Economou,IG
AU - Salvador,C
AU - Zanganeh,K
AU - Wigston,A
AU - Najafali,JN
AU - Shafeen,A
AU - Beigzadeh,A
AU - Farret,R
AU - Gombert,P
AU - Hebrard,J
AU - Proust,C
AU - Ceroni,A
AU - Flauw,Y
AU - Zhang,Y
AU - Chen,S
AU - Yu,J
AU - Talemi,RH
AU - Bensabat,J
AU - Wolf,JL
AU - Rebscher,D
AU - Niemi,A
AU - Jung,B
AU - Mac,Dowell N
AU - Shah,N
AU - Kolster,C
AU - Mechleri,E
AU - Krevor,S
DO - 10.1016/j.ijggc.2016.08.011
EP - 681
PY - 2016///
SN - 1750-5836
SP - 662
TI - Techno-economic assessment of CO2 quality effect on its storage and transport: CO(2)QUEST An overview of aims, objectives and main findings
T2 - International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control
UR -
UR -
UR -
VL - 54
ER -