Integrated Seismic And Magnetotelluric Exploration Of The Skierniewice, Poland, Geothermal Test Site

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Journal Article: Integrated Seismic And Magnetotelluric Exploration Of The Skierniewice, Poland, Geothermal Test Site

Abstract
The purpose of the research activities at the Skierniewice geothermal test site is to develop and apply an exploration methodology for low-enthalpy systems in sedimentary formations. Work included seismic and magnetotelluric surveys carried out close to well Kompina-2 to create a detailed structural-geologic model and characterize the anisotropic fracture system around the borehole. The study included the reprocessing of archival data from selected boreholes and 2D seismic lines. The collected data were used to identify formations with high fracture permeability and the presumed flow path of geothermal (~110°C) brine in high productivity zones, and determining rock porosities and salinity distribution in the subsurface. The next stage of the investigations will focus on siting a second borehole and studying the possibility of installing a plant for electrical generation or direct geothermal heat applications.

Authors 
Wieslaw Bujakowski, Antoni Barbacki, Barbara Czerwinska, Leszek Pajak, Marcin Pussak, Michal Stefaniuk and Zygmunt Trzesniowski








Published Journal 
Geothermics, Date Not Provided





DOI 
10.1016/j.geothermics.2010.01.003


 

Citation

Wieslaw Bujakowski,Antoni Barbacki,Barbara Czerwinska,Leszek Pajak,Marcin Pussak,Michal Stefaniuk,Zygmunt Trzesniowski. . Integrated Seismic And Magnetotelluric Exploration Of The Skierniewice, Poland, Geothermal Test Site. Geothermics. (!) .