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Geochemical Modelling of the Evolution of Caprock Sealing Capacity at the Shenhua CCS Demonstration Project
CO2 geological storage is considered as an important measure to reduce anthropogenic CO2 emissions to the atmosphere for addressing climate change. The key prerequisite for long-term CO2 geological storage is the sealing capacity of caprock. This study investigates the evolution of sealing capacity of caprock induced by geochemical reactions among CO2, water and caprock using TOUGHREACT code based on the Heshanggou Formation mudstone at the Shenhua Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) demonstrationdoi:10.3390/min10111009 fatcat:iwxe57yrcvewnocjqrrq575som