Brine-CO2 flow-through test in synthetic sandstone with oblique fractures

Dataset title Brine-CO2 flow-through test in synthetic sandstone with oblique fractures
Dataset creators Ismael Falcon-Suarez, National Oceanography Centre
Andrea Muñoz-Ibáñez, University of A Coruña
Dataset theme Geoscientific Information
Dataset abstract Here we present the dataset collected during a brine-CO2 flow-through test using a synthetic sandstone with oblique fractures, performed under realistic reservoir conditions stress. We monitored geophysical, mechanical and transport properties, for drainage and imbibition conditions, representative of the injection and post-injection stages of the CO2 storage process. We collected ultrasonic P- and S-wave velocities and their respective attenuation factors, axial and radial strains, electrical resistivity, pore pressure, temperature and brine and CO2 partial flows (from which relative permeability was later calculated).
Dataset content dates 1st April 2018 – 15th May 2018
Dataset spatial coverage Not Applicable
Dataset supply format MS Excel
Dataset language English-United Kingdom
Dataset discovery metadata record Discovery Link to the dataset's BGS Discovery Metadata record
Dataset publisher British Geological Survey
Dataset publication date 1st March 2020
Dataset digital object identifier(DOI) 10.5285/abc38c58-3a69-42ed-86ac-1502509bd88c
Dataset citation text Falcon-Suarez, I.H.; Muñoz-Ibáñez, A. (2019): Brine-CO2 flow-through test in synthetic sandstone with oblique fractures. British Geological Survey. (Dataset). https://dx.doi.org/10.5285/abc38c58-3a69-42ed-86ac-1502509bd88c
Constraints and terms of use This data set is available under Open Government Licence, subject to the following acknowledgement accompanying any reproduced materials: "Contains data supplied by permission of the Natural Environment Research Council [YEAR]".
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Further information The dataset has been partially assessed in the peer-reviewed article https://doi.org/10.1016/j.petrol.2019.106551