|Research partners||LGIT, INERIS|
|Budget||2 407 K€|
|Year of labeling||2007|
|Year of co-financing||2007|
The project involves 4 tasks:
- Development of a coupled measurement probe for measuring pressure and deformation during drilling. The first prototype HPPP probe is currently undergoing laboratory tests.
- On-site experiments on a mesoscopic scale in a fractured porous carbonate reservoir. Knowledge gained from experiments with the HPPP probe will allow the introduction of a dynamic approach with a known and well located seismic source.
- Adaptations - Developments – cross comparisons of calculations to analyse the effects of static and dynamic poroelasticity in reservoirs.
- Imaging of the relationship between hydraulic and mechanical properties, seismic velocities and the evolution of the fractured porous environment linked to the hydro-mechanical-chemical coupling process between multisaturation with fluids (water-CO2-oil) and the rock structure.
Beyond the scientific interest, the industrial benefits are to be found in the improved methods of estimation and extraction / storage of resources. Environmentally the project will contribute to the study of artificial storage of C02 and environmental changes.
The project is now complete and now continues as the 2012-2014 ADEME project coordinated by SITES and called mHPPP, this is now moving into a pre-industrial phase of development of the technology created during this ANR.