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Injection of surface fluids (sea water, CO 2 , steam) into hydrocarbon reservoirs induces thermal stresses in the wellbore structures and in the near-well area. These stresses may endanger the integrity of the casing, the cement and the surrounding formation. Therefore, an accurate assessment of injection-induced thermal stresses and the associated risk of failure are of utmost importance for a safe and environmentally secure oil production. A coupled finite-element model has been developed anddoi:10.1088/1742-6596/181/1/012051 fatcat:g2ao53h3rfaxlcfy4pti4ijxye