3D Geological Modelling and Carbon Storage Potential of Central Sumatra Basin

M. R. Luthfan, A. Haris, A. Riyanto, J. R. Samosir

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Climate change is one of the significant problems caused by CO2 emissions. Major caused CO2 emission in Indonesia by forest fires, mining activities, coal-fired power plants, and burning fossil fuels. Carbon capture storage is one alternative in reducing CO2 emissions. How will CO2 be compressed and injected into the target reservoir. Dipsy field 3D modelling is one of the stages of Carbon Capture Storage (CCS) with a stochastic approach to know the geometry and storage capacity of CO2. The 3D geological modelling is built with data and quality control input, analysis and correlation electrofacies, lithofacies analysis, facies association analysis, structural modelling, modelling facies, and petrophysical modelling. This study aimed to describe the subsurface condition through computation based on geological data, geophysical and petrophysical order to get an overview of the estimated storage capacity for storing CO2.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication3rd EAGE Eastern Mediterranean Workshop
PublisherEAGE Publishing BV
ISBN (Electronic)9789462824041
Publication statusPublished - 2021
Event3rd EAGE Eastern Mediterranean Workshop - Larnaca, Virtual, Cyprus
Duration: 1 Dec 20213 Dec 2021

Publication series

Name3rd EAGE Eastern Mediterranean Workshop


Conference3rd EAGE Eastern Mediterranean Workshop
CityLarnaca, Virtual


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