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Fifth CO2 Geological Storage Workshop
CO2 storage and its containment security are key concern of a large-scale CCS project. One of the most important parameters affecting the CO2 storage potential is CO2/brine interfacial tension. In this work, we use low salinity surfactant nanofluids to demonstrate its potential application for CO2 storage at high pressure and temperature conditions by significantly lowering CO2/brine interfacial tension. The present work gives novel insight on the use of nanoparticles in CO2 storagedoi:10.3997/2214-4609.201802975 fatcat:xhzvengl2vcp7pqszmewokxo4a