Stuart Haszeldine
Stuart Haszeldine
professor of carbon capture and storage, geology
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Carbon capture and storage: how green can black be?
RS Haszeldine
Science 325 (5948), 1647-1652, 2009
Carbon capture and storage update
ME Boot-Handford, JC Abanades, EJ Anthony, MJ Blunt, S Brandani, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 7 (1), 130-189, 2014
Last chance for carbon capture and storage
V Scott, S Gilfillan, N Markusson, H Chalmers, RS Haszeldine
Nature Climate Change 3 (2), 105-111, 2013
Sustainable gasification–biochar systems? A case-study of rice-husk gasification in Cambodia, Part I: Context, chemical properties, environmental and health and safety issues
S Shackley, S Carter, T Knowles, E Middelink, S Haefele, S Sohi, A Cross, ...
Energy Policy 42, 49-58, 2012
Negative emissions technologies and carbon capture and storage to achieve the Paris Agreement commitments
RS Haszeldine, S Flude, G Johnson, V Scott
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2018
Estimating geological CO2 storage security to deliver on climate mitigation
J Alcalde, S Flude, M Wilkinson, G Johnson, K Edlmann, CE Bond, V Scott, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-13, 2018
Secondary porosity generation during deep burial associated with overpressure leak-off: Fulmar Formation, United Kingdom Central Graben
M Wilkinson, D Darby, RS Haszeldine, GD Couples
AAPG bulletin 81 (5), 803-813, 1997
The Sleipner storage site: Capillary flow modeling of a layered CO2 plume requires fractured shale barriers within the Utsira Formation
AJ Cavanagh, RS Haszeldine
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 21, 101-112, 2014
Note on the importance of hydrocarbon fill for reservoir quality prediction in sandstones
AME Marchand, PC Smalley, RS Haszeldine, AE Fallick
AAPG bulletin 86 (9), 1561-1571, 2002
Natural geochemical analogues for carbon dioxide storage in deep geological porous reservoirs, a United Kingdom perspective
RS Haszeldine, O Quinn, G England, M Wilkinson, ZK Shipton, JP Evans, ...
Oil & gas science and technology 60 (1), 33-49, 2005
Dating diagenesis in a petroleum basin, a new fluid inclusion method
RS Haszeldine, IM Samson, C Cornford
Nature 307 (5949), 354-357, 1984
Evidence for reduced quartz-cementation rates in oil-filled sandstones
AME Marchand, RS Haszeldine, PC Smalley, CI Macaulay, AE Fallick
Geology 29 (10), 915-918, 2001
Quartz diagenesis and convective fluid movement: Beatrice oilfield, UK North Sea
RS Haszeldine, IM Samson, C Cornford
Clay Minerals 19 (3), 391-402, 1984
Enabling large-scale hydrogen storage in porous media–the scientific challenges
N Heinemann, J Alcalde, JM Miocic, SJT Hangx, J Kallmeyer, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 14 (2), 853-864, 2021
Systematic destruction of K-feldspar in deeply buried rift and passive margin sandstones
M Wilkinson, KL Milliken, RS Haszeldine
Journal of the Geological Society 158 (4), 675-683, 2001
Distribution, chemistry, isotopic composition and origin of diagenetic carbonates; Magnus Sandstone, North Sea
CI Macaulay, RS Haszeldine, AE Fallick
Journal of Sedimentary Research 63 (1), 33-43, 1993
Fluvial bars reconstructed from a deep, straight channel, Upper Carboniferous coalfield of northeast England
RS Haszeldine
Journal of Sedimentary Research 53 (4), 1233-1247, 1983
CO2–Mineral Reaction in a Natural Analogue for CO2 Storage—Implications for Modeling
M Wilkinson, RS Haszeldine, AE Fallick, N Odling, SJ Stoker, RW Gatliff
Journal of Sedimentary Research 79 (7), 486-494, 2009
Variation in kaolinite morphology with growth temperature in isotopically mixed pore-fluids, Brent Group, UK North Sea
M Osborne, RS Haszeldine, AE Fallick
Clay Minerals 29 (4), 591-608, 1994
Ankerite cementation in deeply buried Jurassic sandstone reservoirs of the central North Sea
JP Hendry, M Wilkinson, AE Fallick, RS Haszeldine
Journal of Sedimentary Research 70 (1), 227-239, 2000
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