• Electrochemical enhancement and inhibition of calcium carbonate deposition 

      Edvardsen, Laura; Gawel, Kamila; Wenner, Sigurd; Gawel, Bartlomiej; Torsæter, Malin (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Calcium carbonate is by far the most widespread scaling material. Its deposition in pipes and flowlines has been a long-standing problem for many industries. Hence, a lot of research is devoted to scale inhibition. One of ...
    • Electrochemically Enhanced Deposition of Minerals from Synthetic Reservoir Brine 

      Edvardsen, Laura; Emmel, Benjamin Udo; Bhuiyan, Mohammad Hossain; Wenner, Sigurd; Gawel, Kamila; Torsæter, Malin (SINTEF Proceedings;7, Chapter; Peer reviewed; Conference object, 2021)
      In this paper we ask the question whether or not electrochemically enhanced deposition of minerals can be utilized to repair leakage paths existing in cement plugs in wells. Electrical polarization of two electrodes may ...
    • Experimental Investigation of the Influence of Injection Pressure and Clay Smear on Fault Reactivation for Co2 Storage 

      Griffiths, Luke; Park, Joonsang; Cerasi, Pierre; Edvardsen, Laura; Wüstefeld, Andreas (SINTEF Proceedings;7, Chapter; Peer reviewed; Conference object, 2021)
      Induced microseismicity from subsurface engineering projects such as geothermal heat exploitation and CO2 storage can be a show-stopper and halt the development of a site. While microseismicity correlates with fluid injection ...
    • Monitoring of Co2 Well Plug Integrity. Electrical Response of Cement/CNF Sensor to Mechanical Load, Water Saturation and Carbonation 

      Gawel, Kamila; Wenner, Sigurd; Taghipour, Ali; Szewczyk, Dawid; Edvardsen, Laura; Brocks, Anette; Hagen, Anna Stroisz; Gawel, Bartlomiej; Bjørge, Ruben; Ghaderi, Amir; Cerasi, Pierre; Malin, Torsæter (SINTEF Proceedings;7, Chapter; Peer reviewed; Conference object, 2021)
      CO2 storage wells will eventually need to be permanently plugged and abandoned. Subsidence, fault/fracture reactivation or chemical degradation can all adversely affect well plug integrity leading to CO2 leakages. Thus, ...