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AuthorsQuattrocchi, F.* 
Bencini, R.* 
Amorino, B.* 
Basili, R.* 
Caddeo, B.* 
Cantucci, B.* 
Cara, R.* 
Cauli, G.* 
Cinti, D.* 
Deidda, G.* 
Deriu, G.* 
Fadda, A.* 
Fandino, V.* 
Ferenzena, S.* 
Giannelli, A.* 
Galli, G.* 
Mazzotti, M.* 
Ottinger, S.* 
Pizzino, L.* 
Pini, R.* 
Sardu, G.* 
Voltattorni, N.* 
TitleFeasibility study (I stage) of CO2 geological storage by ECBM tecniques in the Sulcis Coal Province (SW Sardinia).
Issue DateJun-2006
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/2122/3358
KeywordsECBM Sulcis coal
CO2 capture & storage in deep coal
Subject Classification03. Hydrosphere::03.04. Chemical and biological::03.04.05. Gases 
AbstractAn ECBM feasibility study started for the Sulcis Coal Province (SW Sardinia, Italy): available geochemical, structural-geology, stratigraphic and reservoir engineering considerations as well as the newly gathered experimental data are discussed, including: fluid geochemistry (major and minor elements, dissolved gases, C and He isotopic ratios) of different strata/reservoir, coal composition and experimental data on CO2/CH4 adsorption-desorption on coal. A MapInfo GIS structure was built up including stratigraphic, geo-structural, hydro-geochemical, coal-compositional and environmental-impact information as well as the CO2 sources location and typology. Despite preliminary, these data highlighted both the challenging positive and negative aspects of the Sulcis Coal Province versus the exploitation of the ECBM technique. The most important objective of this phase I of the project is the selection of the best Sulcis ECBM test-pilot site, which will be followed (Phase II-2007) by the choice of a scaled up site and possibly by a future network (Phase III-2008). CO2 geological storage and CH4 production potentials in Sulcis have been grossly evaluated as a whole, in the frame of the Sardinia region CO2 sources, including the coal-fired power plants, both existent and foreseen (hundreds of millions of tonnes of CO2 are possible to be stored underground in the next decades).
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