Asanuma
Genter
Hickman
Baumgärtner
Huenges
Lüschen
Rose
Holl

 

 

ICEGS 2013

 

May 27, 2013 • Potsdam, Germany

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Programme of ICEGS 2013

 9.00 am Welcome by the organiser
  Past Stimulations
Chair: Prof. Dr. Ernst Huenges,
GFZ German Research Center of Geosciences
 9.15 am

Key Note
EGS Experiments in the Berlín Geothermal Field, El Salvador
Luz Antonina Barrios Martinez, LaGeo
-> read the abstract

 9.45 am Massive Fracturing in Low Permeable Sedimentary Rock in the GeneSys-Project
Dr. Torsten Tischner, BGR Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources
-> read the abstract

10.00 am

Enhancement of the Soultz EGS site by Hydraulic and Chemical Stimulation
Dr. Eva Schill, GEIE Exploitation Minière de la Chaleur
-> read the abstract

10.15 am Discussion
   
10.45 - 11.15 am Coffee Break
   
  Exploration for Stimulations
Chair: Dr. David  Bruhn,
GFZ German Research Center of Geosciences
11.15 am Key Note
Induced Seismicity related to Geothermal Projects in Central Europe versus Natural Tectonic Earthquakes and other Types of Induced Seismic Events
Prof. Dr. Gottfried Grünthal, GFZ German Research Center of Geosciences
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11.45 am Forecasting the Seismogenic Response of the Underground to Injection: How little do We know?
Prof. Dr. Stefan Wiemer, ETH Zurich
-> read the abstract
12.00 pm 3D Seismic Survey for a Petrothermal Project in the Crystalline Rocks of Saxony
Dr. Ewald Lüschen, LIAG Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics
-> read the abstract
12.15 pm Discussion
   
12.30 - 1.45 pm Lunch Break
   
  Recent Stimulations
Chair: Dr. Eva Schill,
GEIE Exploitation Minière de la Chaleur

 1.45 pm Key Note
Stress and Fracture Characterization for Stimulation of High- Temperature Geothermal Reservoirs: The Desert Peak, Nevada, EGS Project
Dr. Steven Hickman, U.S. Geological Survey
-> read the abstract
2.15 pm Key Note
Tracer Testing in Support of Engineered Geothermal Systems Demonstration Projects at Newberry Crater, Oregon and at Desert Peak, Nevada, USA
Prof. Dr. Peter Rose, University of Utah
-> read the abstract
 2.45 pm Key Note
Habanero 4 Open Flow Testing and Stimulation
Dr. Heinz Holl, Robert Hogarth & Andrew Mc Mahon, Geodynamics
-> read the abstract
 3.15 pm Discussion
   
3.45 - 4.15 pm Coffee Break
 
  Upcoming Projects
Chair: Dr. Albert Genter,
GEI
E Exploitation Minière de la Chaleur 
 4.15 pm

Key Note
Soft Stimulation: Can We learn from Gas Depletion?
Dr. Jan Diederik van Wees, TNO-NITG
-> read the abstract

 4.45 pm From Basel to the Future
Dr. Peter Meier, Geo-Energie Suisse
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 5.00 pm Introduction to the Korean EGS Pilot Plant Project
Dr. Jörg Baumgärtner, BESTEC
Dr. Yoonho Song, Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Ressources (KIGAM)
Dimitra Teza, BESTEC
Terry Gandy, BESTEC Drilling
 5.15 pm New Challenge of the Japanese EGS "Japan Beyond-Brittle Project"
Prof. Dr. Hiroshi Asanuma, Tohoku University
-> read the abstract
 5.30 pm EGS-Activites in China
Prof. Dr. Zhonghe Pang, Institute of Geology & Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences Beijing
-> read the abstract
 5.45 pm First EGS Initiative in Turkey: The Dikili Pilot Plant
Irfan Acar, SDS Energy
-> read the abstract
   
6.00 -  6.30 pm Final Discussion and Apéro
Chair: Prof. Dr. Ernst Huenges,
GFZ German Research Center of Geosciences
  Dr. Steven Hickman, U.S. Geological Survey
  Dr. Albert Genter, GEIE
  Dr. Heinz Holl, Geodynamics
  Dr. Jörg Baumgärtner, BESTEC

 

Programme ICEGS 2013

Poster Presentation

 

Opening of a gel/proppant fracture during production
 

A contribution to the risk assessment in EGS systems with help of existing methods from characterization of geothermal reservoirs

From geological data to economic efficiency calculation - An approach to optimize reservoir management
 

Lesson Learned from Enhanced (or Engineered) Geothermal Systems Worldwide
 

Impact of Poroeleastic Effects in Stimulating EGS Reservoirs
 

Computational Investigation of Hydro-Mechanical Effects on Transmissivity Evolution During the Initial Injection Phase at the Desert Peak EGS Project, Nv.
 

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