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
Faulting, fault sealing and fluid flow in hydrocarbon reservoirs: an introduction
RJ Knipe, G Jones, QJ Fisher
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 147 (1), vii-xxi, 1998
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
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
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
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
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
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
Dating diagenesis in a petroleum basin, a new fluid inclusion method
RS Haszeldine, IM Samson, C Cornford
Nature 307 (5949), 354-357, 1984
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
Quartz diagenesis and convective fluid movement: Beatrice oilfield, UK North Sea
RS Haszeldine, IM Samson, C Cornford
Clay Minerals 19 (3), 391-402, 1984
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
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
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
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
Pressure cells and pressure seals in the UK Central Graben
D Darby, RS Haszeldine, GD Couples
Marine and Petroleum Geology 13 (8), 865-878, 1996
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
Implications of linearly correlated oxygen and hydrogen isotopic compositions for kaolinite and illite in the Magnus Sandstone, North Sea
AE Fallick, CI Macaulay, RS Haszeldine
Clays and Clay Minerals 41 (2), 184-190, 1993
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