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March 2020

11. March 2020 - 12. March 2020 | Basel, Switzerland

Geothermal Project Development, Economics and Risks

This two-day course focuses on industry best practices to make data-driven decisions to optimize resources and capital during the various project phases: Exploration of geo-energy data integration, conceptual modeling and well targeting Development of geo-energy well testing, development of an exploitation strategy to sustainably supply geothermal fluids, and resource design criteria Utilization of Geo-Energy Design phase, process design, project type and size selection, selection of materials and equipment Mitigation of scale, corrosion and gases In addition, guidelines on geothermal project…

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18. March 2020 - 19. March 2020 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Geothermal Production Technology

Geothermal is a natural phenomenon and every resource is unique in its characteristics and capacity. Typically, the project (for example direct-use, power plant etc) utilizing the geothermal resource, is custom-engineered to match the resource capacity, the well operating parameters for sustainable supply of geothermal fluids, and its geochemical characteristics. Often referred to as the resource design criteria. During this 2-day course the participants will gain an understanding of developing these resource design criteria for (pumped) production and injection wells by…

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May 2020

6. May 2020 - 7. May 2020 | Basel, Switzerland

Geothermal Regulations, Legislations and Incentives

We will provide more information about this course soon.

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19. May 2020 - 20. May 2020 | Aberdeen, Scotland, UK

Geo-energy for Petroleum Engineers

The Geo-energy for Petroleum Engineers Course Part 1 is designed to provide a helicopter view of industry's best practices and standards applied for geo-energy project development, energy conversion, and project economics. The course also aims to provide the course participant with an understanding of the difference between and the similarities with petroleum engineering. The specific target audience of Part 1 are petroleum engineers, however since this course provides a good oversight from exploration to exploitation, the course is certainly also…

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