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SALT PRECIPITATION AND CEMENT DEGRADATION DURING CO2STORAGE: A BRIEF REVIEW

PRECIPITAÇÃO DE SAIS E DEGRADAÇÃO DE CIMENTO DURANTE A ESTOCAGEM DE CO2: UMA BREVE REVISÃO

Malgaresi, Gabriel ; Mirre, Reinaldo Coelho; Souza Filho, Byron Gonçalves de; Oliveira, André Souza; Guarieiro, Lilian Lefol Nani ;

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CO2 emission has increased significantly in the past 50 years and it hasbecome a real threat to the environment. One of the alternatives to decrease CO2emission is storage it into aquifer or depleted oil reservoirs. During CO2 injection intoreservoirs, industries have faced numerous problems. The main problems mentionedin the literature are salt precipitation and cement degradation. In this paper, we proposea methodology to select the most relevant works related to the previous mentionedproblems. Afterwards, we prepare a brief literature review including the main physicalmechanisms, phenomena, and finds regarding to salt precipitation and cementdegradation. Finally, we conclude the paper showing the potential technologicalopportunities to be developed.

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As emissões de CO2 vêm crescendo significativamente nos últimos 50 anos, tornando-se uma ameaça real ao meio ambiente. Uma das alternativas para diminuir a emissão de CO2 é seu armazenamento em aquíferos ou reservatórios depletados. Durante a injeção de CO2, as indústrias têm enfrentado inúmeros problemas. Os principais problemas mencionados na literatura são a precipitação de sais e a degradação de cimento. Neste artigo, propõe-se uma metodologia para selecionar os trabalhos mais relevantes e, em seguida, prepara-se uma sucinta revisão da literatura incluindo os principais mecanismos físicos, fenômenos, e descobertas relacionadas à precipitação de sais e degradação de cimento. Portanto, este trabalho procura apontar as potenciais oportunidades tecnológicas a serem desenvolvidas nesta abordagem.

Palavras-chave: CCS; CO2 leakage; formation damage; well cement,

Palavras-chave: CCS; Vazamento de CO2; dano à formação; cimentação de poços,

DOI: 10.5151/siintec2020-SALTPRECIPITATION

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Malgaresi, Gabriel ; Mirre, Reinaldo Coelho; Souza Filho, Byron Gonçalves de; Oliveira, André Souza; Guarieiro, Lilian Lefol Nani ; "SALT PRECIPITATION AND CEMENT DEGRADATION DURING CO2STORAGE: A BRIEF REVIEW", p. 235-243 . In: Anais do VI Simpósio Internacional de Inovação e Tecnologia. São Paulo: Blucher, 2020.
ISSN 2357-7592, ISBN: 2357-7592
DOI 10.5151/siintec2020-SALTPRECIPITATION

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