Experimental investigation of hydrogen storage and transport properties in reservoir rocks under the influence of abiotic chemical reactions, microbial metabolism, and \"in-situ\" pressures.

Nicolai Thüns, Garri Gaus , Ralf Littke & Helge Stanjek
RWTH Aachen, Clay and Interface Mineralogy(1);RWTH Aachen, Institute for Geology and Geochemistry of Petroleum and Coal(2);Temporary underground storage of molecular hydrogen (H2) in depleted oil and gas reservoirs has recently attracted increasing research interest as it can support chemical industry demands and peak-shaving in the energy supply grid. Experimental parameters related to abiotic chemical reactions, microbial metabolism, and transport mechanisms of molecular hydrogen under elevated pressure conditions in such reservoirs are of potential relevance to...
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