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TitleFluid storage and circulation in carbonates / Stockage et circulation au sein de carbonates
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LicencePlease note the adoption of the Open Government Licence - Canada supersedes any previous licences.
AuthorLarmagnat, S
SourcePublic presentations of May 21st, 2019: Environmental Geoscience Program, current status of research projects (phase 2014-2019); by Jacob, N; Parsons, MORCID logo; Rivard, CORCID logo; Savard, M MORCID logo; Larmagnat, S; Outridge, P MORCID logo; White, DORCID logo; Kao, HORCID logo; Lintern, GORCID logo; Geological Survey of Canada, Scientific Presentation 104, 2019 p. 46-55, Open Access logo Open Access
PublisherNatural Resources Canada
Lang.English; French
Mediaon-line; digital
RelatedThis publication is contained in Public presentations of May 21st, 2019: Environmental Geoscience Program, current status of research projects (phase 2014-2019)
File formatpdf (Adobe® Reader®)
NTS22B/04; 22B/05; 22B/12; 22C/01; 22C/02; 22C/07; 22C/08; 22C/09; 22C/10
AreaGaspé Peninsula; Rimouski; Saint-Cleophas
Lat/Long WENS -68.6667 -67.5833 48.6667 48.1667
Subjectsenvironmental geology; sedimentology; stratigraphy; geophysics; geochemistry; Nature and Environment; Science and Technology; Government and Politics; Economics and Industry; environmental studies; environmental impacts; underground storage; bedrock geology; lithology; sedimentary rocks; carbonates; fluid flow; reservoir rocks; porosity; permeability; thermal conductivity; diagenesis; energy resources; geothermal energy; temperature; facies analyses; petrophysics; Environmental Geoscience Program (EGP); Environmental impact assessment; Phanerozoic; Paleozoic; Silurian
Illustrationsphotographs; flow diagrams; geophysical images; geophysical logs; screen captures; plots; stratigraphic columns; tables; bar graphs; schematic representations; 3-D images; schematic diagrams
ProgramEnvironmental Geoscience Program Management
Released2019 10 10
AbstractConventional methods applied to oil and gas reservoir are revisited to address fluid flow and fluid storage capacity in carbonates in a Silurian succession in the Lower St. Lawrence area. With this case study, research activities compile key geological attributes (porosity, permeability, thermal conductivity) data and reconstruct the timing of diagenetic fluids circulation (creating or occluding porosity). The main goal is to understand how a conventional reservoir characterization would applied to geothermal development in a low temperature context.
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This scientific document is a wrap up of the research done in the Environmental Geoscience Program from 2014 to 2019. This document explain the science behind the program over the past 5 years covering a range of state of the art science in critical metal deposits, geoscience tools, shale gas and groundwater, oil sands, fluid in carbonates, mercury, geological storage of carbon, induced seismicity and dredge disposal. All the sciences done under this program contribute to provincial regulations as well as environmental assessments to ensure the safety and security of Canadians and to their environment.

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