To understand, quantify and manage clogging of injection wells during re-injection of CSG water permeates, brines and blends.

The final report outlines strategies to manage clogging of re-injection wells to maximise re-injection volumes.

Reports and papers

Understanding and quantifying clogging and its management during re- injection of CSG water permeates, brines and blends PDF 2 MB

This project produced a verified clogging model based on a series of planned laboratory tests was developed to provide scientific guidance and help develop strategies to avoid or minimize clogging.
In addition to a guideline for the quality of injected water was developed in order to minimize problems of compatibility between water and aquifer materials.

Final report, November 2015.

An explanation for differences in the process of colloid adsorption in batch and column studies

This study was conducted to explicitly provide a critical and systematic comparison between batch and column experiments. The aim was to investigate the underlying factors causing the commonly observed discrepancies in colloid adsorption process in column and batch systems.

Journal of Contaminate Hydrology, August 2014.

Project Progress

This project is now complete.

Project proposal PDF 171 KB

A detailed description of the project, budget and research milestones.

Project order, July 2012.

Progress report PDF 315 KB

The project outline, any variations and research progress.

Progress report, June 2016.

GISERA related research

Geochemical response to re-injection

This project aimed to understand and quantify aquifer reactions occurring due to re-injection of CSG water, and their impacts on water quality.

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