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Base of Tertiary surface. Red colours are shallow, purple colours are deep. Source: 3D-GeoVictorian CCS – Groundwater issu...
Managing Victoria’s energy resourcesRegional frameworks to support informed basin management for the geological carbon sto...
145°E           145°E                              146°E                                              146°E               ...
Regional
CarbonNet Storage Focus Areas   Latrobe Valley     (Capture)
Vic DPI CCS-Groundwater Projects• Regional hydrodynamic modelling of the Gippsland  Basin (CSIRO)• Compartmentalisation of...
Conceptual flow model – Gippsland Lakes area
Merriman-1 NaCl                                                                                           Kipper-1 & -2 Na...
Preliminary salinity for the Gippsland BasinData from DSE waterbores and CSIRO PressurePlot (wells)
New fault surfaces for the Gippsland Basin
‘Need to knows’:• Fluid-rock-CO2 interactions  • Mineral reactivity  • Salinity dependent
AMA  Bengworden South 6        Groper 1 932mLakes Entrance Formation   Gurnard Formation
AMA  North Seaspray 1 981m   Merriman 1 1829m      Latrobe Group       Emperor Subgroup
Where next?Variable density hydrological model should be complete by mid-2011Dynamic modelling will follow, including inje...
Victorian CC –groundwater issues
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The Groundwater and Storage interactions project arose out of a meeting on the shoulder of the Greenhouse Gas Technologies Conference in Amsterdam in 2010. It was decided to concentrate initially on the Australian Flagships projects. On 3 May 2011 Australian researchers and government agencies met and presented their work to date.

In these slides, Dr Monica Campi, GeoScience Victoria, Presents on Victorian CCS – Groundwater issues

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  1. 1. Base of Tertiary surface. Red colours are shallow, purple colours are deep. Source: 3D-GeoVictorian CCS – Groundwater issues Dr Monica Campi GeoScience Victoria
  2. 2. Managing Victoria’s energy resourcesRegional frameworks to support informed basin management for the geological carbon storage, water, petroleum, and geothermal sectors
  3. 3. 145°E 145°E 146°E 146°E Sealing Potential + 147°E 148°E 149°E [Na] (ppm) 2009 CCS Acreage New South Wales Release Blocks Excellent Gas Field Very good Oil Field Wallan 1,000-5,000 Good Buchan Moderate 5,000-10,000 Mallacoota Healesville Poor Orbost Melbourne >10,000 Bairnsdale Lakes Entrance Maffra38°S 38°S Sale Warragul Longford Traralgon Leongatha Wonthaggi Gipp-01 Gipp-0239°S 39°S Victoria Tasmania Gipp-03 AREA OF INTEREST 0 40 km 145°E 146°E 147°E 148°E 149°E 150°E
  4. 4. Regional
  5. 5. CarbonNet Storage Focus Areas Latrobe Valley (Capture)
  6. 6. Vic DPI CCS-Groundwater Projects• Regional hydrodynamic modelling of the Gippsland Basin (CSIRO)• Compartmentalisation of the Latrobe aquifer system (DSE/CSIRO)• Reservoir and Seal Mineralogy • To lead into future Fluid-Rock-CO2 interactions studies
  7. 7. Conceptual flow model – Gippsland Lakes area
  8. 8. Merriman-1 NaCl Kipper-1 & -2 NaCl 35000 30000 30000 25000 25000 NaCl ppm 20000NaCl (ppm) 20000 15000 15000 10000 Kipper 1 10000 5000 Kipper 2 5000 0 0 0 500 1000 1500 2000 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 Depth (mSS) Depth (mSS) Barracouta-5 NaCl 30000 25000 Wirrah-1 & -3: NaCl 20000 NaCl (ppm) 35000 15000 30000 Wirrah-1 Wirrah-3 10000 25000 NaCl (ppm) 5000 20000 0 15000 0 500 1000 1500 2000 10000 Depth (mSS) 5000 0 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 Depth (mSS)
  9. 9. Preliminary salinity for the Gippsland BasinData from DSE waterbores and CSIRO PressurePlot (wells)
  10. 10. New fault surfaces for the Gippsland Basin
  11. 11. ‘Need to knows’:• Fluid-rock-CO2 interactions • Mineral reactivity • Salinity dependent
  12. 12. AMA Bengworden South 6 Groper 1 932mLakes Entrance Formation Gurnard Formation
  13. 13. AMA North Seaspray 1 981m Merriman 1 1829m Latrobe Group Emperor Subgroup
  14. 14. Where next?Variable density hydrological model should be complete by mid-2011Dynamic modelling will follow, including injection scenarios
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