Vielstädte, L.; et al. (2019): Footprint and detectability of a well leaking CO2 in the Central North Sea. Implications from a field experiment and numerical modelling
Vielstädte, L.; Linke, P.; Schmidt, M.; Sommer, S.; Haeckel, M.; Braack, M.; Wallmann, K. (2019): Footprint and detectability of a well leaking CO2 in the Central North Sea. Implications from a field experiment and numerical modelling. In: International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 84, S. 190–203. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijggc.2019.03.012.
"Existing wells pose a risk for the loss of carbon dioxide (CO2) from storage sites, which might compromise the suitability of carbon dioxide removal (CDR) and carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies as climate change mitigation options. Here, we show results of a controlled CO2 release experiment at the Sleipner CO2 storage site and numerical simulations that evaluate the detectability and environmental consequences of a well leaking CO2 into the Central North Sea (CNS)."