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SPE is firmly focused on the future of our industry. Here, our member experts focus on geothermal connections and opportunities in the industry. Join in the discussion of new technologies, challenges and opportunities, the latest news and developments, and resources to grow your knowledge.

 

Discussing New Technologies and Opportunities


Digital Twins for Lower Carbon Energy - Geothermal
Connecting Geothermal, Oil and Gas Communities
Bridging the Gap Between Geothermal and Oil & Gas

Latest Geothermal News: Journal of Petroleum Technology


SLB Evaluating Economic Potential of Oman's Geothermal Prospects

16 November 2022
The oilfield service giant has identified the nation's potential geothermal sweet spots after analyzing data from more than 7,000 wells.

Chevron, Mitsui Team Up To Explore Japan's Geothermal Energy Potential

26 September 2022
Geothermal energy has the potential to play a significant role in Japan's energy transition.

Energy Department Launches Geothermal Power ‘Earthshot’

09 September 2022
The Biden administration seeks to cut the cost of enhanced geothermal systems by 90% by 2035.

A Comparative Study of the Effect of CO2 Properties on Thermal Output of Geothermal Wells

14 July 2022
Using CO2 as the geothermal power fluid to generate electricity from low-temperature abandoned hydrocarbon wells can help reduce well costs and optimize energy production. In this paper, a previously developed coupled well/reservoir model is extended to study the effects of fluid properties on thermal output.

The Fracturing Plan: Hit a Well 300 ft Away—How Hard Could That Be?

07 June 2022
Hitting the next well during fracturing happens all the time. Predictably doing that on a large scale in granite looks a lot harder.

Drillers vs. Granite: Hard Rock Is Losing Its Edge

01 June 2022
The drilling of wells in shale and granite shares a common need—faster drilling is required to make it work.

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