Thermodynamics and kinetic processes at coal interface for CO2 geological storage

Abstract : Currently, the geological storage of CO2 is heavily studied around the world in order to limit global warming due to the greenhouse effect. The atmospheric CO2, which has been steadily increasing for more than a century, is assumed to be in a large part responsible of this warming. Nowadays, various options have been considering to store CO2 in an underground environment for periods covering several centuries. Among the options, one is to inject it in unexploited coal seams. The objective of our work is to characterise the interactions between CO2 ans coal interfaces from two French coal seams. This will contribute to identify the most adapted coal basin which could be used for storing CO2 in France.
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Delphine Charriere, Zbigniew Pokryszka, Philippe Behra. Thermodynamics and kinetic processes at coal interface for CO2 geological storage. 5. International Conference Interfaces Against Pollution (IAP2008), Jun 2008, Kyoto, Japan. ⟨ineris-00976297⟩

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