GEOLOGICAL STORAGE OF INDUSTRIAL CO 2 EMISSIONS IN THE BALTIC STATES: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS. Alla Shogenova 1 , Saulius Sliaupa 2,3 , Kazbulat Shogenov 1 Rasa Sliaupiene 2 , Rein Vaher 1 and Angelina Zabele 4 1 Institute of Geology, Tallinn University of Technology,
Rein Vaher1 and Angelina Zabele4
1Institute of Geology, Tallinn University of Technology,
2Institute of Geology and Geography, Lithuania
supported by EU Commission Framework
European Network for research in GEOENERGY
Geological storage for CO are in a rather unique geological setting. Most of the countries contain a number of small basins that have different characteristics.2
Depths of top of the Cambrian aquifer. The P-T fields of gaseous and supercritical state of CO2 (P = 73.8 bars, T = 31oC) are shown. The line of the geological cross-section is indicated.
General Geology of Estonia (LEGMA, 2007)Top of the Precambrian basement is shown by contours. Flexures above the basement fault are shown by yellow lines.
Section linesare shown by green..