CY Cergy Paris University (CYU, France) and the University of Neuchâtel (UniNE, Switzerland) are co-organising the 12th edition of the European Geothermal PhD Days (EGPD), which will take place virtually on 15-16th February 2021.

The theme is “Geothermics in a critically stressed crust”.

The following sessions will take place:
        – Session 1: Reservoir geomechanics and reservoir management.
        – Session 2: Earthquake mechanics.
        – Session 3: Faults characteristics and properties.
        – Session 4: Modelling of geothermal processes.

The deadline for abstracts submission is 30th November 2020 and the deadline for registration is 31st December 2020.

All necessary information is available on the website here.

The ExpoVirtual is the first digital trade fair for German and Latin American providers of energy and environmental technologies. The fair and the conference program address German manufacturers, suppliers, wholesalers and service providers with a focus on energy generation from renewable energies, energy efficiency solutions for buildings and industry, sector coupling and environmental technologies who want to pursue business activities in Latin American countries. Latin American companies that would like to expand their activities in neighbouring countries and seek cooperation with German companies are also addressed.

The digital trade fair starts on December 1st, 2020. Join the event for free and register now to plan your participation ahead of time: Join Now! 

Join DESTRESS for its final public conference on 24 and 25 November 2020.

The event is public, free of charge and designed for any representatives from science and industry, banks and insurance, any actors running, supporting or investing in geothermal projects. The aim is to discuss the results and findings resulted from an intense collaboration within the geothermal energy between science and industry and to embed them in other geothermal research and development projects from Finland, England, the United States and New Zealand.

The final public DESTRESS conference addresses the following areas of interest:

  • risk assessments and business cases
  • soft stimulation treatments (hydraulic, chemical and thermal)
  • public acceptance of geothermal projects
  • demonstrated workflows

More information here.

Welcome to the Arctic Meeting Room!

In the Arctic Cooperation Webinars Series, a team of selected experts, academics and professionals will tackle a hot Arctic topic, setting up a discussion on current trends, developments and solutions to the related challenges. If you want to learn more about Arctic topics and participate in the discussion, take a seat at the Arctic Meeting Room table!

The upcoming webinar on “Regional Development and Food Security in the Arctic: The Role of Geothermal Energy” will take place on October 20th from 16:00 to 18:00 GMT. It will draw on the UN Sustainable Development Goals, the Icelandic Arctic Council Chairmanship (2019-2021) theme on Climate and Green Energy Solutions, and Iceland‘s Climate Action Plan for 2018 – 2030. The webinar will bring together experts and stakeholders to discuss the role of geothermal energy in municipal and regional development, and its application for food production. Local food production can both stimulate regional economic and societal growth, and enhance the security of its inhabitants.

Register now for this exciting event on here.

The Government of the Republic of Kenya will be hosting the Eighth African Rift Geothermal (ARGeo-C8) Virtual Conference in partnership with UNEP, GDC, KenGen, GAK, AUC and IGA-ARB. The ARGeo-C8 VIRTUAL conference will be facilitated by UNEP, in Nairobi, and will run from 2nd to 6th November 2020 as originally planned with the exception of the Field Trips. The Conference thus consists of:

  • 2-3 November 2020: The Short Courses.
  • 3 November 2020: Kenya Investment Forum
  • 4-6 November 2020: The Main Conference

The theme of ARGeo-C8 Virtual conference is: “Seizing the Moment: Investing in Geothermal Resources for Sustainable Development”. The main objective of this virtual conference is to promote regional cooperation, create an information exchange platform on exploration, development, investment and utilization of the geothermal resources in the region and elsewhere in the world. This virtual international conference will bring together policy makers, technical experts as well as developers and financiers of international and regional delegates.

Find more information: https://theargeo.org/C8/index.html.

Join 12 500+ experts at GreenTech Amsterdam on 20-22 October 2020.

If you are a professional in the horticulture industry the GreenTech Live & Online is the place to be. During this live event you will discover answers to all essential questions on technology and innovation in horticulture. A variety of free online knowledge sessions will be dedicated to cultivation of vegetables, fruit, flowers, and medicinal cannabis. The latest innovations, research projects, and trends and developments related to indoor horticulture will be presented virtually.

The knowledge programme will be aired from a live studio, and offers you three theatres to update your knowledge. The programme will be held for time zones from all over the world.

Register and find out more here: www.greentech.nl/amsterdam/registration/.

The NGAP Webinar series spans over 3 days (October 7, 14, 21) of mini-conference (2 hrs each day) where latest topics on Digital Applications, Operational Challenges and Drilling are presented by colleagues from the Geothermal industry in the Philippines and New Zealand.


Learn how supervised machine learning helps in well output estimation, advances in online scale dissolution reduces injection wells downtime, and drilling benchmarking and technologies reduce drilling costs.

7 October, Webinar “Digital”: https://nzte.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Yn7eRM_RR6Kds_wHKYrbuQ

14 October, Webinar “Operational Challenges”: https://nzte.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_sonO4cGYT2W7MoExLcQI8Q

21 October, Webinar “Drilling”: https://nzte.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_OOT8_0s4TiiZeVRA409eyw

28 October, General Assembly Meeting: https://nzte.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_AIL8pYjHQ5GusuScN1pMjg

Parhelion is an energy and climate risk finance company specialising in non-traditional risk issues impacting investment in to clean energy and climate finance markets. Parhelion has developed a Geothermal Resource Risk Insurance that covers a pre-determined number of wells with a pre-agreed drilling and testing schedule. It is designed to be flexible to an individual project’s needs.

We invite yout to participate in the IGC webinar “Risk finance for geothermal resource development” that takes place on 4 September 2020. Julian Richardson (Parhelion) and Alexander Richter (Thinkgeoenergy) will discuss the company’s efforts to insure geothermal projects and climate finance.

More information here: https://www.igc.events/en.

The Geothermal Resource Council 2020 Annual Meeting & Expo is going fully virtual.

The meeting will take place October 18 – 23, 2020 in an online, on-demand format that will allow attendees from around the globe to access the meeting’s robust technical program and network with other attendees and companies.

For details, read the latest letter from the GRC President and Executive Director here.

Contribute to the Energy Transition and get the chance to present your innovative research at GET2020!

The 1st Geoscience & Engineering in Energy Transition Conference (GET) is cross-disciplinary by design. The audience will be composed by geoscientists and engineers working on all subsurface usages, either relevant to energy transition (geothermal and storage) or more traditional resource exploitation; representatives of universities and research institutions, geological surveys, local and national authorities and regulators, petroleum operators and energy utilities, field service and consulting firms are offered a platform to exchange views and experience.

Submit your abstract and find out more here.