Senior Technical Specialist J.P. Brandenburg coauthored the paper “Effective stress constraints on vertical flow in fault zones: Learnings from natural CO2 reservoirs,” which was recently published in the AAPG Bulletin. In the paper, J.P. and his coauthors analyze factors that control fluid migration vertically along fault zones.
The paper’s focus is on CO2 migration, which is relevant to carbon sequestration projects and oil and gas reservoir development. Additionally, it contains insights related to movement of groundwater and non-aqueous phase liquid (NAPL) along faults and fractures at contaminated sites.
This article is available for $24 on the GeoScienceWorld website.