When scoping CO2 Solution Storage Efficiency and Sequestration projects and ultimately putting together the permit application, utilize the required computational modeling as leverage to help maximize the economic and environmental benefits. To do this effectively, develop an understanding of your site geology. Then, build the basic model to investigate injection rates, durations, and locations that will maximize CO2 solution storage efficiency to meet the needs of your specific project. Finally, you can use this to estimate your site’s total sequestration capacity to give you an idea of the overall potential project size. Author Kasey Garber explains in detail below.
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About the Author: Kacey Garber is an experienced groundwater project manager for active and closed industrial clients, including routine groundwater monitoring and statistical analyses; reports and permit applications; designing sampling and analysis plans; special groundwater studies; and conducting groundwater well construction planning and design. She has also been involved in PFAS work groups and publishes on the topics of UIC and geologic sequestration. Ms. Garber has a Masters degree in Geoscience. Contact her at or on LinkedIn.