A proof-of-concept demonstration using a scalable, automated, semipermanent, seismic array (SASSA) is being conducted to test a novel seismic method for detecting and tracking an injected CO2plume as it traverses discreet points within a reservoir in southeastern Montana at Bell Creek oil field which is undergoing commercial CO2enhanced oil recovery (EOR). This document serves to describe the technical design of the project infrastructure, the operational approach, corresponding data collection, and data-processing activities.
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Shaughn A. Burnison, Amanda J. Livers, John A. Hamling, et al.. "Design and Implementation of a Scalable, Automated, Semi-Permanent Seismic Array for Detecting CO2 Extent during Geologic CO2 Injection" (2017). Electrical Engineering Faculty Publications. 19.