Raw CO2 and CH4 concentration data from a Picarro CRDS during experiments which tested the utility of methane as a tracer to quantify CO2 leakage into aqueous environments

Dataset description

Raw CO2 and CH4 concentration data from a Picarro Cavity Ring Down Spectroscopy (CRDS) during experiments which tested the utility of methane as a tracer to quantify CO2 leakage into aqueous environments, as described in Myers, M., Roberts, J.J., White, C., and Stalker, L (2019) ?An experimental investigation into quantifying CO2 leakage in aqueous environments using chemical tracers? Chemical Geology

Constraints

We thank the University of Strathclyde, CSIRO and the UK CCS Research Centre (www.ukccsrc.ac.uk) for supporting our collaborative work; UKCCSRC funded Roberts? research placement at the National Geosequestration Laboratory in 2015 and 2017, where this work was undertaken. The UKCCSRC is funded by the EPSRC (EP/K000446/1, EP/P026214/1) as part of the RCUK Energy Programme.

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Dataset details

Author(s) Jennifer Roberts
Principal Investigator(s) Not available
Language English
Curator British Geological Survey
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Start of capture {ts '2016-09-01 00:00:00'} Not known
End of capture {ts '2018-09-01 00:00:00'} 1st September 2018
Online access URL http://www.bgs.ac.uk/ukccs/accessions/index.html#item125824
Lineage statement We used a benchtop experimental setup to explore how effectively methane, a common constituent of captured CO2 and of reservoir fluids, can aid the quantitation of CO2 leakage in aqueous environments. The experiment simulated gas leakage into sediments that mimic the seabed at the QICS experiment. We measured the partitioning of co-released gases under different environmental conditions and injection rates. The full method is described in Myers, M., Roberts, J.J., White, C., and Stalker, L (2019) ?An experimental investigation into quantifying CO2 leakage in aqueous environments using chemical tracers? Chemical Geology.
Supplementary information
Constraints
Access constraints licenceOGL (Open Government Licence)
Use constraints licenceOGL (Open Government Licence)
Additional info on constraints We thank the University of Strathclyde, CSIRO and the UK CCS Research Centre (www.ukccsrc.ac.uk) for supporting our collaborative work; UKCCSRC funded Roberts? research placement at the National Geosequestration Laboratory in 2015 and 2017, where this work was undertaken. The UKCCSRC is funded by the EPSRC (EP/K000446/1, EP/P026214/1) as part of the RCUK Energy Programme.
Contact details
Department Enquiries
Organisation British Geological Survey
Address Environmental Science Centre, Nicker Hill, Keyworth
City Nottingham
County Nottinghamshire
Country United Kingdom
Postcode NG12 5GG
E-mail enquiries@bgs.ac.uk
Telephone +44 (0)115 936 3143
Fax +44 (0)115 936 3276
Keywords
Topic category code (ISO) geoscientificInformation (information pertaining to earth sciences)
Keywords ACCOUNTING
METHANE
MONITORING
TRACERS
CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE
Keyword source BGS Keyphrases
Spatial details
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Metadata
Metadata language English
Metadata last updated 14th February 2019
Metadata standard compliance NERC profile of ISO19115:2003
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