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Influence of Major Fault Zones on 3-d Coupled Fluid and Heat Transport for the Brandenburg Region (NE German Basin) : Volume 2, Issue 1 (04/04/2014)

By: M. Scheck-wenderoth; V. Noack; M. Cacace; Y. Cherubini

...ments and fault zones as well as how they dynamically interact. Therefore, the results from the modelling provide useful indications for geothermal energy exploration....

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Classification of Geothermal Resources by Potential : Volume 3, Issue 1 (24/03/2015)

By: L. Rybach

...idering and reporting resources, the term geothermal potential is often used without clearly stating what kind of potential is meant. For renewable energy resources it is nowadays common to use different potentials: theoretical, technical, economic, sustainable, developable – decreasing successively in size. In such a sequence, the potentials are progressively realiza...

...uncil Transactions, 34, 301–312, 2010.; Beardsmore, G.: Global Review of Geothermal Reporting Terminology – Prepared for members of the International Energy Agency – Geothermal Implementing Agreement, <a href=http://iea-gia.org/category/publications/>http://iea-gia.org/category/publications/</a>, last access 20 June 2014, 2013.; Canadian Geothermal Energy Association. The ...

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Stored-heat Assessments: a Review in the Light of Field Experience : Volume 2, Issue 1 (17/12/2014)

By: M. A. Grant

...MIT: The future of geothermal energy, 2006.; Garg, S. K. and Combs, J.: Appropriate use of USGS volumetric heat in place method and Monte Carlo calculations, Proc, 35th Workshop on geothermal reservoir engineering, Stanford University, 2010.; Garg, S. K. ...

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Effectiveness of Acidizing Geothermal Wells in the South German Molasse Basin : Volume 1, Issue 1 (22/10/2013)

By: S. Schumacher; R. Schulz

... may not only be important for geothermal installations in Germany but also for projects, for example, in Austria, France or China where geothermal energy is produced from carbonate formations as well....

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Assessing the Prospective Resource Base for Enhanced Geothermal Systems in Europe : Volume 2, Issue 1 (23/12/2014)

By: E. Trumpy; A. Manzella; M. P. D. Pluymaekers; J.-d. Van Wees; T. Boxem; J. Limberger; P. Calcagno

...different techno-economic scenarios for future EGS in 2020, 2030, and 2050. Temperature is a critical parameter that controls the amount of thermal energy available in the subsurface. Therefore, the first step in assessing the European resource base for EGS is the construction of a subsurface temperature model of onshore Europe. Subsurface temperatures were computed t...

...y ORC (organic R}ankine cycles) power plants for the exploitation of medium-low temperature geothermal sources – {Part A: Thermodynamic optimization, Energy, 66, 423–434, 2014a.; Astolfi, M., Romano, M. C., Bombarda, P., and Macchi, E.: Binary ORC (organic R}ankine cycles) power plants for the exploitation of medium-low temperature geothermal sources – {Part B: Techno-econ...

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Empirical Relations of Rock Properties of Outcrop and Core Samples from the Northwest German Basin for Geothermal Drilling : Volume 2, Issue 1 (08/09/2014)

By: S. L. Philipp; D. Reyer
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Reservoir Characterization of the Upper Jurassic Geothermal Target Formations (Molasse Basin, Germany): Role of Thermofacies as Exploration Tool : Volume 3, Issue 1 (22/06/2015)

By: A. E. Götz; I. Sass; S. Homuth

...zur Endlagerung radioaktiver Stoffe, Endbericht zum Auftrag 9X0009-8390-0 des Bundesamtes für Strahlenschutz (BfS), Applied Geophysics and Geothermal Energy E.ON Energy Research Center, RWTH Aachen, Germany, 159 pp., 2002.; Dunham, R. J.: Classification of carbonate rocks according to depositional texture, in: Classification of carbonate rocks, edited by: Ham, W. E., AAPG ...

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Geothermal Resources and Reserves in Indonesia: an Updated Revision : Volume 3, Issue 1 (17/02/2015)

By: A. Fauzi

...hermal Code Committee: Geothermal Lexicon For Resources and Reserves Definition and Reporting, Edition 2, Adelaide, 2010.; Directorate General of New Energy: Renewable and Conservation Energy (Ebtke), Profil Potensi Panas Bumi Indonesia, 2012.; Fauzi, A.: Geothermal development in Indonesia: An overview; Geothermia, Rev de Geoenergia, 14, 147–152, 1998.; Fauzi, A.: A propo...

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Rearrangement of Stresses in Fault Zones – Detecting Major Issues of Coupled Hydraulic–mechanical Processes with Relevance to Geothermal Applications : Volume 2, Issue 1 (10/09/2014)

By: G. Ziefle

...3.; Fossen, H.: Structural Geology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2010.; Ganz, B., Schellschmidt, R., Schulz, R., and Sanner, B.: Geothermal Energy Use in Germany – Proceedings European Geothermal Congress 2013, 16 pp., Pisa, Italy, 3–7 June 2013.; Gudmundsson, A.: Rock Fractures in Geological Processes, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2011.; Gehle, C.: Bru...

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Proposal of a Consistent Framework to Integrate Geothermal Potential Classification with Energy Extraction : Volume 3, Issue 1 (12/03/2015)

By: G. Falcone

...Description: Department of Geothermal Engineering and Integrated Energy Systems, Institute of Petroleum Engineering, Clausthal University of Technology, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany. The classification of geothermal resources is dependent on the estimate of their corresponding geothermal...

...Task Force on the Application of UNFC-2009: Draft Specifications for Application of UNFC-2009 to Renewable Energy Resources, presented for public comment on 12 June 2014, available at: <a href=http://www.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/energy/se/pdfs/UNFC/unfc2009_RE_Specs_publcomm_14/RE_Specs_12.06.2014.pdf>http://www.unece.org/fileadmin...

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Overcoming Challenges in the Classification of Deep Geothermal Potential : Volume 3, Issue 1 (07/04/2015)

By: G. Falcone; K. Dzebisashvili; K. Breede

...Description: Dept. of Geothermal Engineering and Integrated Energy Systems, Institute of Petroleum Engineering, Clausthal University of Technology, Clausthal, Germany. The geothermal community lacks a universal definition of deep geothermal systems. A minimum depth of 400 m is often ...

...Congress (EGC) 2013, Pisa, Italy, 3–7 June 2013.; Barnet, P.: Large scale hot sedimentary aquifer (HSA) geothermal projects, Presentation to Victoria Energy Conference, Melbourne, 27 August 2009.; Beardsmore, G. and Matthews, C.: Parachilna Geothermal Play, Statement of Inferred Geothermal Resources, Torrens Energy Limited, 15 August 2008.; Baumgärtner, J.: Insheim and Lan...

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