Subsurface fluid storage in future energy systems

Johannes Miocic , Niklas Heinemann , Suzanne Hangx & Katriona Edlmann
Storage of energy and carbon dioxide in subsurface geological formations has been identified as key for future systems relying on renewable, zero carbon power and heat generation. All subsurface storage systems rely on the properties and integrity of the reservoir and its confining units under thermal, mechanical, hydraulic and chemical stress. These similarities enable the transfer of know-how from one type of fluid storage to another, highlighting the need for research knowledge exchange. Besides the...
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