Transport of CO2 in Stimuli-Responsive Fracking Fluid, StimuFrac

CO2 breakthrough experiments in a column packed with sand and filled with StimuFrac fluid or water to learn about transport of the stimuli (CO2) on environments where either water or the stimuli-responsive polymer aqueous solution (StimuFrac) is present. Results suggest co-injection of StimuFrac and CO2 as the potentially best alternative to deploy this novel fracking fluid.

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Source https://gdr.openei.org/submissions/877
Author Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Maintainer Carlos Fernandez
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