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A. N. Nikitenkov 1,3, D. A. Novikov 1,2, A. A. Maksimova 1,2, A. V. Penigin 4, L. G. Vakulenko 1,2, I. V. Varaksina 1, E. A. Zhukovskaya 4

1 Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russia; 2 A. A. Trofimuk Institute of Petroleum Geology and Geophysics SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia; 3 National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk, Russia; 4 Gazpromneft Science Technology Center, Saint Petersburg, Russia

The paper is aimed at the research practice on identifying the features of interaction in the water-rockcarbon dioxide system in relation to terrigenous reservoirs, widely occurring in hydrogeological basins in the territory of the Russian Federation and potentially suitable for the placement of carbon dioxide. As the CO2 solution is saturated, along with an increase in total dissolved solids there is a naturally-determined increment in the volume of transition of ions into their complex forms. The main macro components (Ca2+, Mg2+, Na+, K+, (SO4)2–, Cl– ) migrate mainly in the form of their own ions, with a decrease in their fraction by an order of 1–3 % with an increase in mineralization. Ions such as Fe, Al3+, Mn3+, (NO3)–, (HCO3)–, SiO2, (NH4)+, (NO2)– are prone to transition into the form of complex compounds, the fraction of which in the total volume increases with the amount of saturation of solution with carbon dioxide. When CO2 is injected into the terrigenous reservoir, there is a natural decrease in the solution pH, absence of precipitation of carbonates and minimal changes in the rock porosity. The observed process of dissolution of primary aluminosilicate minerals (albite, anorthite, potassium feldspar) is characteristic of most of the considered mineralogical varieties of reservoirs, when they are saturated with CO2. This process is accompanied by deposition of secondary mineral phases in the form of montmorillonites, illites, chlorites, etc. Taking into account the low rates of these reactions, no significant changes in reservoir properties are noticed.

Keywords: CCS technology, physical and chemical simulation, water-rock-carbon dioxide interactions, saturation coefficient, forms of migration of chemical elements, terrigenous reservoir.

DOI 10.20403/2078-0575-2023-4b-130-137

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