Réactivité expérimentale au CO2 de roches d'une couverture argileuse et d'un réservoir carbonaté du bassin de Paris

Abstract : The constant increase in the quantity of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is regarded as being the principal cause of the current global warming. The geological sequestration of CO2 seems to be an ideal solution to reduce the increase of greenhouse gases (of which CO2) in the atmosphere but only if the reservoir's caprock keep its integrity for several hundreds or thousands of years. Batch experimental simulations were conducted to observe the reactivity of a caprock made of clay and a carbonate reservoir with CO2 at 80°C and 150°C for a pressure of 150 bar with an equilibrated water. The analytical protocol established allowed to compare the rocks before and after experimentations finding a very low reactivity, focusing on aluminium in phyllosilicates. Textural analysis shows that CO2 does not affect the properties of adsorption and the specific surface. The study of carbonate reservoir by confocal microscopy has revealed phenomena of dissolution-precipitation which have no significant impact on chemistry and structure of the reservoir. The numerical simulations carried out on mineral reference as calcium montmorillonite or clinochlore show a significant reaction in the presence of CO2 not achieved experimentally, probably due to lacunas in the thermodynamic databases or the kinetics of reactions. The simulations on Bure show no reaction on the major minerals confirming the results with batch experiments.
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Earth Sciences. Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine - INPL, 2009. French


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Gaëtan Hubert. Réactivité expérimentale au CO2 de roches d'une couverture argileuse et d'un réservoir carbonaté du bassin de Paris. Earth Sciences. Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine - INPL, 2009. French. <tel-00390771>

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