The European I-Get Project On Integrated Geophysical Exploration Methods For Geothermal Systems
Conference Paper: The European I-Get Project On Integrated Geophysical Exploration Methods For Geothermal Systems
AbstractThe project I-GET (Integrated Geophysical Exploration Technologies for deep fractured geothermal systems) has 11 partners from 6 European countries who have joined forces with the objective to develop a methodology to improve the detection, prior to drilling, of fluid bearing zones in naturally and/or artificially fractured geothermal reservoirs. The basic idea is to integrate data and measurements from several existing geophysical methods into one final reservoir model. This new approach has been tested at four European geothermal systems (Figure 1) with different geological and thermodynamic reservoir characteristics: two high enthalpy (metamorphic rocks in Travale, Italy and volcanic rocks at Hengill, Iceland), and two middle enthalpy geothermal systems (deep sedimentary rocks in Gross Schonebeck, Germany and Skierniewice, Poland). The ultimate goal is the development of an efficient, low-cost exploration method, by taking advantage of the strengths of different disciplines and combining them to an integrated approach.
- David Bruhn and I-GEt Consortium
- GRC, 2008
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