European Geothermal Congress 2022 Program

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Bundesverband

Geothermie BERLIN, GERMANY 17-21 OCTOBER www.europeangeothermalcongress.eu green event, minimizing waste by avoiding printing


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European Geothermal Congress

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Words from presidents

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General indications

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Floorplan & Exhibitors • Floorplan • Exhibitors

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Key speakers & Programme • Key speakers • Overview of the programme • Opening and semi-plenaries • Posters session • Side events • Excursions

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Social Programme • Welcome cocktail • Banquet Dinner • EGEC AGM

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Sponsors

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The European Geothermal Congress (EGC) is the biggest event that brings together the entire European geothermal sector, and attracts hundreds of people from Europe and around the world. Organised every 3 years, the congress continues the series of European geothermal events that originated under the IGA (International Geothermal Association) umbrella, the most recent of which have been EGC 2019 in The Hague, Netherlands; EGC 2016 in Strasbourg, France; EGC 2013 in Pisa, Italy; EGC 2007 in Unterhaching (Munich), Germany; EGC 2003 in Szeged, Hungary; and EGC 1999 in Basel, Switzerland. Since 2013, the European Geothermal Congress is organised by EGEC, the European Geothermal Energy Council (copyright n°1284839), which is the trade association for geothermal in Europe. Every edition is co-organised by a national member of EGEC.


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ABOUT EGEC – EUROPEAN GEOTHERMAL ENERGY COUNCIL The European Geothermal Energy Council (EGEC) is a not-for-profit organisation promoting all aspects of the geothermal industry. It was founded in 1998 to facilitate awareness and expansion of geothermal applications in Europe and worldwide by shaping policy, improving investment conditions, and steering research. Over 150 members from 28 countries, including developers, equipment manufacturers, electricity providers, national associations, consultants, research centres, geological surveys, and public authorities gives EGEC the ability to represent the entire geothermal sector. EGEC is listed in the European Transparency Register No. 11458103335-07. For more information visit www.egec.org

Bundesverband

Geothermie

About the Bundesverband Geothermie e.V. Founded in 1991, the Bundesverband Geothermie e.V. (BVG) is an association of companies and individuals active in the field of geothermal energy utilisation in all areas of research and application. It unites over 400 members from industry, science, planning and the energy supply sector. The main tasks of the association are to inform the public about the potential uses of geothermal energy for heat and power generation and to engage in dialogue with political decision-makers. The BVG organises the annual German Geothermal Congress (DGK) as well as workshops on current topics and is the publisher of the technical journal “Geothermal Energy” and other information materials. As co-organiser, the BVG organises the European Geothermal Congress (EGC) in Berlin, which will take place from the 17th to the 21st of October 2022. For more information visit www.geothermie.de


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Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, I am very pleased that this year’s European Geothermal Congress will take place in Germany, and that we may welcome you together with the European Geothermal Council (EGEC) here in Berlin. The technical solutions for the future of energy supply are available and the interest in geothermal energy has increased significantly in recent months. It is clear to many stakeholders in the energy industry and public administration as well as to policy makers that the expansion of shallow, medium-deep and deep geothermal energy must be accelerated significantly and that great efforts are required to achieve this. Fighting global climate change and creating European energy sovereignty requires massive investments in the development of renewable energies. In this context Geothermal energy plays a vital role in Germany, especially with heat transition. Geothermal heating systems offer security of supply and strengthen our independence from fossil fuels. Geothermal energy has a dispatchable generation capacity and is available to us 24/7. Heating and cooling systems convert renewable electricity into thermal energy in a highly efficient way. Geothermal systems take up very little space and are almost invisible because most of the systems are installed underground. The use of Geothermal keeps heating stable in price. Moreover, we will be able to extract rare raw materials such as lithium from geothermal deep water in a climate-neutral way. Geothermal energy can contribute to a secure, economical and eco-friendly energy supply for the people of Europe. For the rapid expansion of geothermal energy use we need to have a suitable legal framework. This includes streamlined approval procedures, sensible funding instruments and a well-positioned research and development landscape. Applied research and development for geothermal energy will be the focus of this year’s European Geothermal Congress (EGC 2022). Efficient exploration and development of the geothermal resource will continue to improve as it scales up in the foreseeable future. We will meet here in Berlin in order to present and discuss the necessary inventions and innovations. As President of the German Geothermal Association (Bundesverband Geothermie e.V.) and as Chief Technical Officer of Stadtwerke München GmbH (Munich City Utilities), I cordially invite you to Berlin. You can expect days full of insightful discussions and to learn about the latest state of science. Sincerely yours Helge-Uve Braun


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Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, this edition of the European Geothermal Congress is being held in a country that has made geothermal a priority of its energy transition. Germany has been experiencing significant market growth in recent years, notably in the deep geothermal heating sector. Only the city of Munich itself has allocated 1 billion euros for future geothermal district heating development. This year’s congress is taking place in a critical moment for Europe. In 2022, a devastating war returned to the European continent and brought again into picture the issue of energy supply security to the centre of European energy policy debates. The inflation is again a major characteristic of the European economy, driven by the explosion of hydrocarbon prices over the past 12 months. In reaction to these geopolitical and macroeconomic disruption, the energy transition is back at the highest level, with more importance than ever. As an industry, we are collectively grappling with the changing paradigm of the year 2022 and, therefore, it is ever more important to understand how the geothermal sector has progressed and evolved over the past year, whether it recovered from the COVID-19 disruptions, and whether we are ready to face today’s and tomorrow’s challenges.Recently we have observed a return to growth for the geothermal heating and cooling industry, after several years of slow developments and negative policy signals. For district heating, we are starting to see that the steadily growing interest for geothermal projects is now becoming tangible with more than 14 new systems commissioned in 9 different countries! Elsewhere, a new wave of innovative technologies brings a new wind of hope for the geothermal electricity industry which has learned from the failure to scale up the EGS technology at the speed we hoped. Lithium is a particularly powerful buzzword, bringing the European Union and national governments to look closely at the potential of co-production of geothermal power, heating and lithium. GEOTHERMAL ENERGY is THE ANSWER to the energy challenges that Europe is facing today. Geothermal energy brings security of supply, flexibility and resilience to the energy system. We need to acknowledge that the energy transition needs planning to ensure a successful phasing out of fossil fuels and the affirmation of new business models driving further geothermal deployment. Only when industry, policy makers, science and communities come together, can we develop the instruments for a more sustainable future. This is what the European Geothermal Congress aims to accomplish. On behalf of the Scientific and Organising Committee, I would like to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors, partners, and contributors, without whom the congress would not be possible. I would also like to extend a warm welcome to all of you joining us this week and wish you a successful and fruitful event. Sincerely yours Miklos Antics, EGEC President


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GENERAL INDICATIONS


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VENUE The Berlin Congress Centre (BBC) is situated in the heart of Berlin, close to Alexanderplatz and many other sights of the eventful history of the city. The bcc is easily recognisable by its aluminium cupola, which also hosts the festival room with seats for a 1000-strong audience. Overall, the congress hall has over 30 function rooms and 3000 sqm exhibition space. After a temporary closure in the 1990ies the bcc had an extensive refurbishing, the listed building was reopened in 2003 under its new name bcc Berlin Congress Centre, whose foyer offers an attractive view of Alexanderplatz. The location’s excellent public transport connec­tions ensure an easy arrival and minimized commuting times. The following information will make your journey to and from the bcc quick and comfortable.

bcc Berlin Congress Center GmbH Alexanderstr. 11 10178 Berlin

ACCESS By Public Transport : Regional Train: RE 1, RE 2, RE 7, RB 14 U-Bahn: U2, U5, U8 S-Bahn: S3, S5, S7, S9 Bus: 100, 200, 245, N2, N40, N42, N5, N60, N65, N8 Tram: M2, M4, M5, M6

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COVID REGULATIONS Currently, there are no Covid-19 regulations or restrictions in Berlin in place. *If things change and regulations to the event industry come back in place the following website is a great source of information. convention.visitberlin.de/eventmanagement-in-zeiten-der-corona-pandemie

LUGGAGE Bags and other luggage with a volume up to 10 l are permitted (e.g. hand bags, laptop bags, backpacks). All guests with bags or luggage of this nature should be prepared for bag checks. Bags and other luggage with a larger capacity are not permitted and may not be left at the cloakroom or brought in. All additional attire must be left at the cloakroom. Valuables, such as electronic devices or valuable garments, will not be accepted. A luggage storage for up to 400 pieces of luggage will be provided on the forecourt. The luggage storage applies the principle “first come, first serve”.


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Level A

EXHIBITORS: A1 - Stryde Limited A2 - Geodeep Entry A3 - Altcom Limited A4 - DHI WASY GmbH Entry A5 - Geomecon GmbH A6 - Daldrup & Söhne AG A7 - Green Chemicals A.S. A8 - Jansen A9 - KLINGER Fluid Control GmbH A10 - 85 Degrees A11 - Halliburton A12 - Robke Erdöl- und Erdgastechnik GmbH

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Exit Exit

A6 A 5

Lounge

A11 A12

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Registration

A2 A4 A1 A3

Entry Entry

Meeting spot posters elevator

Room A 03 / 04

Room A 05 Room A 06


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Level B

EXHIBITORS:

B13 - Welltec B14 - Fraunhofer IEG B15 - Seequent B16 - Turboden B17 - Geolog International B18 - Rödl & Partner B19 - KCA Deutag B20 - Exergy / Strabag B21 - ENGIE + geoENERGIE Konzept B22 - B23 - Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ

B1 - EGEC + BVG B2 - Eavor B3 - H.P. Well Screen B4 - Celsius Energy B5 - Angers B6 - FOMON B7 - Vulcan Group B8 - Hartmann Valves B9 - Kurita B10 - Fangmann B11 - Deutsche Erdwärme B12 - HakaGerodur

B24 - Baker Hughes B25 - Green by Iceland B26 - GPC IP /GEOFLUID B27 - Neowells B28 - Uni Göttingen

Baggage

B7

B8

B9

Staircase to 1st floor

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B1

B2

B24

Main exhibition space

B14 B15

B27 B16

Room B 09

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B10 B11 B12

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Staircase to 1st floor

Room B 07 / 08

elevator

Entry Staircase to 1st floor

Staircase to 1st floor and to basement (registration and cloakroom)

Room B 05 / 06

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Poster sessions


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Level C

EXHIBITORS:

C8 - Arverne Drilling C9 - Expro C10 - Karlsruher Institut für Technologie C11 - Norwegian Well AS C12 - ERDWERK GmbH C13 - GEO-ENERGY EUROPE C14 - Future Pipe Industries C15 - GEORGA

C1 - Getech C2 - Full-Metal-Power C3 - GEOS Drilling Fluids & Waste Management C4 - Xcalibur Multiphysics C5 - Fluxtec C6 - Geo Dynamics / Oil Dynamics GmbH C7 - Lithium de France SAS

Poster sessions

Eavor Lounge C6

C7

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Staircase to ground floor

C1

C2

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C5

C12

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C3 C4

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Room C1

elevator C14 C15

Staircase to ground floor and to basement (registration and cloakroom)

Staircase to ground floor


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LIST OF EXHIBITORS: A1

Stryde Limited

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GEODEEP

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Altcom Limited

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DHI WASY GmbH

www.dhigroup.com

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Geomecon GmbH

www.geomecon.com

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Daldrup & Söhne AG

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Green Chemicals A.S.

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Jansen

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Klinger Fluid Control GmbH

www.strydefurther.com www.geodeep.fr www.microseisgram.com

www.daldrup.eu www.green-chemicals.com www.jansen.com www.klinger.kfc.at

A10 85 Degrees

www.85renewable.com

A11 Halliburton

www.halliburton.com

A12 Robke Erdöl- u. Erdgastechnik GmbH

www.robke-erdoel-erdgas.de

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European Geothermal Energy Council (EGEC) Bundesverband Geothermie e.V.

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Eavor GmbH

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H.P. Well Screen B.V.

www.hpwellscreen.com

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Celsius Energy

www.celsiusenergy.com

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H. Anger’s Söhne Bohr- und Brunnengesellschaft mbH

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FOMON - Fiber Optic MONitoring GFZ

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Vulcan Energie Ressourcen GmbH Vulcan Energy Engineering (gec-co GmbH) Vulcan Energy Subsurface Solutions (Geothermal Engineering) Vercana GmbH

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HARTMANN VALVES GmbH

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Kurita Europe GmbH

B10 Fangmann Holding GmbH & Co. KG B11 Deutsche ErdWärme GmbH

www.egec.org www.geothermie.de www.eavor.com

www.angers-soehne.com www.fomon.de www.v-er.eu

www.hartmann-valves.com www.kurita.eu www.fangmanngroup.com www.deutsche-erdwaerme.de


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www.hakagerodur.ch www.welltec.com www.fraunhofer.de

B15 Seequent Limited

www.seequent.com

B16 Turboden S.p.A.

www.turboden.com

B17 Geolog International B18 Rödl & Partner GmbH B19 KCA Deutag Drilling B20 Exergy / STRABAG B21 ENGIE Group B21 geoENERGIE Konzept B22/23 Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ B24 Baker Hughes Company B25 Green by Iceland B26 GPC IP / GEOFLUID B27 Neowells GmbH B28 Georg-August-Universität Göttingen C1

Getech

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Full-Metal-Power

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GEOS Drilling Fluids & Waste Management

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Xcalibur Multiphysics

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Fluxtec

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Geo Dynamics / Oil Dynamics GmbH

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Lithium de France SAS

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Arverne Dilling

www.geolog.com www.roedl.com www.kcadeutag.com www.strabag-umwelttechnik.com www.engie.com www.geoenergie-konzept.de www.gfz-potsdam.de www.bakerhughes.com www.greenbyiceland.com www.geofluid.fr www.neowells.de www.uni-goettingen.de www.getech.com www.full-metal-power.com www.geosdfc.com www.xcaliburmp.com www.fluxtec.org www.oildynamics.com www.lithiumdefrance.earth www.arvernedrilling.earth


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C10 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology C11 Norwegian Well AS C12 ERDWERK GmbH C13 GEO-ENERGY EUROPE

ww.expro.com www.kit.edu www.norwegianwell.com www.erdwerk.com www.geoenergyeurope.com

C14 Future Pipe Industries

www.futurepipe.com

C15 GEORG - Geothermal Research Cluster

www.georg.cluster.is


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KEY SPEAKERS & PROGRAMME


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KEY SPEAKERS: Helge-Uve Braun - President, Bundesverband Geothermie After studying for a degree in power plant engineering at the Zittau University of Technology, Helge-Uve Braun began his professional career in 1988, initially as a programmer, designer and managing partner of an engineering firm, working in the fields of industrial site construction, energy plant construction and materials handling technology. From 1994 onwards, he worked as a project engineer and project manager on national and international projects (Europe, Asia) in the field of central/decentralised district heating supply and power plant technology, planning & realisation of power and heat generation and supply plants of various sizes. In 2004, he moved to SWM. Here he started as a project manager, became Managing Director of SWM Infrastruktur GmbH and has been Technical Managing Director since 2017. Miklos Antics - Managing Director at GPC IP/GEOFLUID. President of EGEC (European Geothermal Energy Counci) Miklos Antics is Managing Director and associate partner of both GPC Instrumentation Process (GPC IP) and GEOFLUID France. He is being active during the past 30 years in project development from low to high enthalpy fields in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Netherlands, England, Italy, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya (African Rift countries), El Salvador, Armenia, and Indonesia. Developed sustainable reservoir concepts for many geothermal fields by coordinating geoscientific, reservoir engineering and drilling/completion of geothermal projects. Developed innovative well architectures to maximise heat extraction in a sustainable view. He is President of the European Geothermal Council (EGEC) since 2018. Member of IGA, EGEC, EAGE, GRC, SPE. Jorg Wojahn - Head of Representation of the European Commission in Berlin After graduating from high school in Munich, Wojahn studied law from 1991 to 1997 at the University of Passau and the Universidad de Santiago de Compostela. In 1999 he received his doctorate from the Christian-Albrechts-University in Kiel and in 2000 he passed his second state examination in law at the Karlsruhe Higher Regional Court. After that, Wojahn was editor and correspondent for the Austrian daily newspaper Der Standard for four years before becoming a spokesman for the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) in Brussels in 2004. From 2009 to 2014 he was Counselor at the European Union Delegation to Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar and Bahrainin Riyadh, from 2015 to 2019 Head of the Representation of the European Commission in Austria. Since September 1, 2019, he has succeeded Richard Kühnel as Head of the European Commission Representation in Germany.


19 Bernhard Herrmann - Member of the German parliament Bernhard Herrmann is a member of the 20th German Bundestag. He works in the committees for climate protection and energy as well as urban development, housing and municipalities on finding political answers to energy policy issues. He is particularly involved in the heat transition and citizens’ energy. As a graduate engineer in hydraulic engineering, he previously worked as a project and construction manager in the field of hydraulic engineering and environmental planning. Christian Maaß - Head of Department Energy Policy - Heat and Efficiency at Federal Ministry for Economics and Climate Action, Germany Christian Maaß (born 1972) studied law in Hamburg and Geneva (19921998). He then worked as a research assistant at the Research Centre for Environmental Law at the University of Hamburg and completed his legal traineeship there. From 2001 to 2008, he was a member of the Hamburg Parliament and deputy leader of the parliamentary group (B’90/Grüne), before he was appointed State Councillor of the Hamburg Ministry for Urban Development and the Environment (2008-2010). In this function, he founded the energy supplier Hamburg Energie and chaired the supervisory boards of various public companies. In 2012, he and partners founded the research and consulting company Hamburg Institut, which he headed as one of the managing directors until 2022. Since 10 January 2022, Christian Maaß has headed Department II at the BMWK. Ajit Menon - Vice President, Geothermal, Baker Hughes Ajit Menon is Vice President of Geothermal for Baker Hughes. He has over 25 years of experience in Baker Hughes in which he has held senior management positions in operational, sales, marketing, technical, and business management roles in multiple locations globally. In his current role, he leads the geothermal segment for Baker Hughes encompassing both sub surface and surface solutions. Ajit has a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Bath, United Kingdom Silke Karcher - Permanent Secretary for the Environment and Climate Action Dr. Silke Karcher studied Technical Environmental Protection at the TU Berlin and went on to obtain a doctorate in engineering. She worked at the Federal Environment Agency and the Federal Ministry for the Environment in various functions, most recently as Head of Division “”EU Climate and Energy Policy, European Climate Initiative (EUKI), International Carbon Market””. Since December 2021, Dr Karcher has been State Secretary for Environment and Climate Protection in the Senate Department for the Environment, Mobility, Consumer- and Climate Protection in Berli


20 Olivier Racle - Head of District Heating & Cooling Mr. Oliver Racle has nearly 20 years of experience in the energy sector of which nearly 10 have been dedicated to the development of district energy infrastructures. He is a strong advocate of the long-term benefits and advantages of local District Energy Systems which are considered essential infrastructures of cities and territories since they address the crucial need for more renewables, such as geothermal, and circular economy. He is also board member of IDEA (US DHC association) and Euro Heat and Power (EU DHC association) dedicated to the promotion of heating and cooling networks Felix Koselleck - Managing Director Energy Project, STRABAG AG Mr Felix Koselleck, for more than 25 years, has been responsible for several closed projects based on project finance, such as: a 100 Mil.€ sewage treatment project in Germany; several multimillion motorway projects in Europe; a 672 MW hydro project in Turkey; the sale of a 27 floor business building in Beijing; the acquisition and development of an offshore wind project pipeline (7 GW); the sale of several permitted offshore wind projects in Germany; several ongoing geothermal energy projects. One of the ongoing projects Mr Koselleck is involved in, is the development of a 400 MW pump storage power plant in Germany. Piotr Dziadzio - Undersecretary of State at the Polish Ministry of Climate and Environment, Chief National Geologist and Government Plenipotentiary for the State’s Raw Materials Policy Piotr Dziadzio, PhD, is Poland’s Chief National Geologist, Government Plenipotentiary for the State Raw Material Policy and Secretary of State at the Polish Ministry of Climate and Environment. He received his PhD in earth science in the field of geology from the Polish Geological Institute and has had a long professional career in geology in both private and public sectors. Dr Dziadzio is a longstanding member of the Scientific Association of the Oil and Gas Industry Engineers and Technicians and is the deputy chairman and former chairman of the Polish National Committee of the World Petroleum Council. Ingo Sass - Professor at the Technical University of Darmstadt Prof. Dr. Ingo Sass studied geosciences in Hamburg and Karlsruhe and completed his PhD at the former Technical University of Karlsruhe. He has been a professor at TU Darmstadt, where he represents the field of “Applied Geothermal Energy”, and since 2021 he also is the head of the “Geoenergy” section at the German Research Centre for Geosciences in Potsdam (GFZ). He is a certified expert for geothermal energy, deep drilling technology and well construction and consulting engineer for geothermal energy and geotechnics. Ingo Sass is the scientific director of the GeoLaB (Geothermal Laboratory in the Mine), a planned international and interdisciplinary research platform in fractured crystalline bedrock. As co-author of the “Roadmap Geothermal Energy for Germany”, published by the Fraunhofer Gesellschaft and the Helmholtz Association, he is convinced that decarbonisation in the


21 heating sector in Germany can only succeed with geothermal energy. Rolf Bracke - Director of Fraunhofer IEG Prof. Rolf Bracke has been director of the Fraunhofer IEG together with Prof. Mario Ragwitz since December 2019. Before that, as founding director and chairman of the board, he built up the International Geothermal Center Bochum (GZB) as a NRW joint research facility of science and industry. The GZB was transferred to the IEG as part of the Bochum institute on January 1st, 2020. Within the FraunhoferGesellschaft, Rolf Bracke coordinates research on the heat dimension for the institutes of the Fraunhofer Energy Alliance and the Cluster of Excellence Integrated Energy Systems. Paolo Bertuzzi - CEO & Managing Director Turboden Paolo Bertuzzi holds a Ph.D. from Università Cattolica di Milano and a degree in Business Administration from the Università di Brescia. Professor of Risk Management at Economia e Commercio, Università di Brescia, from 2001 to 2006. Turboden quotaholder since 1999 and General Manager in charge of the financial and commercial activities coordination from 2009 up to January 2014. Since February 2014 he is CEO & Managing Director of Turboden. John Redfern - President & CEO, Eavor Technologies Inc. John Redfern is an expert investor, advisor and serial entrepreneur in the data analytics, oil service and energy tech verticals. John spent his career in executive roles at multiple international oil co’s and oil service co’s including as a Director at Hess in London, President of Accumap in Calgary and President of IHS Energy in Denver. Prior to Eavor, John spent 13 years in China co-founding a series of start-ups, the most recent of which is LocalGravity, a leading retail data analytics platform in China. John holds a degree in Engineering Physics from Queen’s University in Kingston, Law degrees from McGill University in Montreal, and an MBA degree from INSEAD in France.


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OVERVIEW OF THE PROGRAMME Monday

17 OCTOBER 2022

14:00 17:00

Middle Deep Geothermal Workshop

16:00 18:00

Registration

18:00 20:00

Room: A06

Berlin Conference Center

Welcome cocktail

Spagos restaurant, bar & lounge at Park Inn by Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz Please register between 4-6 pm in advance at the BCC. The capacity at the bar is limited.

Tuesday

18 OCTOBER 2022

9:40 10:00

Opening Ceremony: Introduction & Moderation

10:00 11:00

Opening Ceremony: Welcome Address

11:00 11:35

Opening Ceremony: From a local to a European approach

11:35 12:00

Coffee Break

Room: C01

Room: C01

Room: C01

Press conference Room: B04


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Opening Ceremony: Perspectives

13:00 14:00

Lunch Break

Room: C01

14:00 15:45

S1-1 LECTURE & POSTER Room: C01 Speech: Geothermal solutions

S9-1 LECTURE & POSTER Room: B05+B06 Speech: Shallow geothermal

14:00 15:45

S7-1 LECTURE & POSTER Room: B09 Speech: Exploration

S8-1 LECTURE & POSTER Room: A03+A04 Speech: Fluids

14:00 15:45

DGE Rollout Room: A06 Side Event

15:45 16:15

Coffee Break

S5-1 LECTURE & POSTER Room: B07+B08 Speech: Drilling

DACH Event: TG "Neue Ansätze im Umfeld der Geothermie" Room: A05


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16:15 18:00

S7-2 LECTURE & POSTER Room: B09 Speech: Exploration

16:15 18:00

DGE Rollout Side Event Room: A06

18:30

S6-1 LECTURE & POSTER Room: A03+A04 Speech: EGS & induced seismicity

DACH Event: MTG "Speicherung und Grubenwässer" Room: A05

Banquet Dinner

Hofbräuhaus Berlin, Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 30, 10178 Berlin

Wednesday 19 OCTOBER 2022 9:00 10:30 10:30 11:00

11:00 12:45

SEMI-PLENARY Room: C01 1A: Technological trends in Deep Geothermal: Is the EGS technology still alive?

SEMI-PLENARY Room: B05 + B06 1B: Technological trends in Shallow Geothermal

Coffee Break S1-3 LECTURE & POSTER Room: C01 Speech: Geothermal solutions

S9-3 LECTURE & POSTER Room: B05+B06 Speech: Shallow geothermal

S5-3 LECTURE & POSTER Room: B07+B08 Speech: EGS & induced seismicity


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S7-3 LECTURE & POSTER Room: B09 Speech: Exploration

11:00 12:45

REFLECT final conference Room: A06

12:45 13:45 13:45 14:30

14:30 16:15

16:30 18:15

S8-2 LECTURE & POSTER Room: A03+A04 Speech: Fluids

DACH Event: "Neue Technologien" Room: A05

Lunch Break

Poster Session

DACH Event: "KarboEx" Room: A05

S2-1 LECTURE & POSTER Room: C01 Speech: Policy & market

S9-4 LECTURE & POSTER Room: B05+B06 Speech: Shallow geothermal

S11-1 LECTURE & POSTER Room: B07+B08 Speech: Surface & Monitoring technologies

S7-4 LECTURE & POSTER Room: B09 Speech: Exploration

S8-3 LECTURE & POSTER Room: A03+A04 Speech: Fluids

DACH Event: TG "Süddeutsches Molassebecken" Room: A05


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REFLECT final conference Room: A06

Coffee Break S2-2 LECTURE & POSTER Room: C01 Speech: Case Studies (incl closed loop & LCA)

S6-2 LECTURE & POSTER Room: B05+B06 Speech: EGS & induced seismicity

S11-2 LECTURE Room: B07+B08 Surface & Monitoring technologies

16:45 18:30

S7-5 LECTURE & POSTER Room: B09 Speech: Exploration

S8-4 LECTURE Room: A03+A04 Fluids

DACH Event: ONG "Oberflächennahe Geothermie" Room: A05

16:45 18:30

WING Women in Geothermal Room: A06

16:45 18:30

16:15 16:45

AGM of EGEC

Room 1 at Tagungszentrum am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, Weydingerstraße 14-16 / Kleine Alexanderstraße 28


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Thursday

20 OCTOBER 2022

9:00 10:30

SEMI-PLENARY Room: C01 2A: Perspectives for the geothermal market

10:30 11:00

Coffee Break

10:30 15:45

SEMI-PLENARY Room: B05+B06 2B: Perspectives for well technologies

Soil2Heat “Very shallow geothermal energy – an economic solution for a sustainable energy transition” Room: B04 Register here QR code

10:30 17:30

11:30 12:45

Joint CROWDTHERMAL and Geothermal-DHC event Room: B09

S10-1 LECTURE & POSTER Room: C01 Speech: Modelling

S6-3 LECTURE Room: B05+B06 EGS & induced seismicity

S4-1 LECTURE & POSTER Room: B07+B08 Speech: Case Studies (incl closed loop & LCA)


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S8-5 LECTURE Room: A03+A04 Fluids

S3-1 LECTURE ATES //\\// S7-6 Room: A05 LECTURE: Exploration

12:45 13:45

Lunch Break

13:45 14:30

Poster Session

14:30 15:45

S10-2 Lecture Room: C01 Modelling

S6-4 Lecture Room: B05+B06 EGS & induced seismicity

S8-6 Lecture Room: A05 Fluids

12:45 13:45

Closing Session

Room: C01

GEODEEP networking event with French companies to discuss strategic and innovation topics in geothermal industry Room: A05

S4-2 Lecture Room: A03+A04 Case Studies (incl closed loop & LCA)


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Friday

21 OCTOBER 2022

Joint excursion by GFZ and EWP (Guided geoenergy lab tour at GFZ & the city of Potsdam) Experience geothermal energy – best practice near-surface geothermal energy Geothermal energy use at the Humboldt Forum Berlin – complex underground and complex energy concept Field trip to the Muschelkalk quarry in Ruedersdorf, E of Berlin

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OPENING SESSION OF EGC2022 Tuesday 18 OCTOBER 2022 9:40 Introduction

EGEC President: Miklos Antics BVG President: Helge-Uve Braun Moderator of Opening Session EGEC Secretary general: Philippe Dumas BVG Secretary general: André Deinhardt BVG Vice President: Prof. Dr. Inga Moeck

11:00-11:35 Session 1: Welcome address

Head of Representation of the European Commission in Berlin: Jorg Wojahn Member of the German Parliament: Bernhard Herrmann Head of Department Energy Policy - Heat and Efficiency at Federal Ministry for Economics and Climate Action, Germany: Christian Maaß Baker Hughes Vice President Geothermal: Ajit Menon

11:35-12:00 Session 2 : From a local to a European approach

Permanent Secretary for the Environment and Climate Action of the City of Berlin: Silke Karcher ENGIE Head of District Heating and Cooling: Olivier Racle STRABAG AG Managing Director: Felix Koselleck

11:35-12:00 Coffee Break 12:00-13:00 Session 3: Perspectives

Undersecretary of State at the Polish Ministry of Climate and Environment, Chief National Geologist and Government Plenipotentiary for the State’s Raw Materials Policy: Piotr DZIADZIO Ingo Sass, GfZ & Prof. Dr. Rolf Bracke, Fraunhofer IEG Turboden CEO: Paolo Bertuzzi, CEO Eavor President & CEO: John Redfern


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SEMI-PLENARIES Semi-Plenary 1A: Wednesday, 19 October 2022 Technological trends in Deep Geothermal: Is the EGS technology still alive ? 9:00 - 10:30 Room: C01

Medal to Roy Baria • André Deinhardt moderator, announcement of Patricius Medal and laudator • Inga Moeck: laudatory speech on Roy Baria • “Deep geothermal development at the Eden project in Cornwall” by Roy Baria University of Utah: Joe Moore “The Utah FORGE Project” ES Geothermie: Albert Genter GFZ: Ingo Sass “GEOLAB the huge investment in a mezoscale lab for basic geothermal research”. Halliburton: Luis Quintero, Chief Advisor - Production Management “Current Status of EGS Projects in the USA” Q&A session of 15 min. Moderator: David Bruhn

Semi-Plenary 1B: Wednesday, 19 October 2022 Technological trends in Geothermal heating and cooling 9:00 - 10:30 Room: B05 + B06

RHC-ETIP Javier Urchueguia,: towards a new vision to 2050 for renewable heating and cooling Storengy: Axel Popp Welltec Fabio Rosas Gutterres Artic energy: Eirikur Bragason ““Newest Trends in Heating and Cooling with Geothermal Energy!” Simone Walker-Hertkorn Q&A session of 15 min. Moderator: Luca Guglielmetti


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EGC 2022 country update reports by Burkhard Sanner, Perspectives for the geothermal market Roedl & Partner: Benjamin Richter “New economic opportunities in Germany: subsidies and mid-depth geothermal” Stadtwerke München: Christine Cröniger, “Perspective for Munich” Kurita: Hande Şile, Product Manager - Geothermal Exergy: Marco Frassinetti, Head of Sales Q&A session of 15 min. Moderator: Philippe Dumas

Semi-Plenary 2B: Thursday, 20 October 2022 Perspectives for well technologies 9:00 - 10:30 Room: B05 + B06

Hartmann Valves: Managing Director, Werner Hartmann Angers & Söhne: Daniel Schindler ““Percussion Drilling Technologie – Gamechanger for geothermal Industry ? – Practical Examples Geolog: Marcus Oesterberg “Surface solutions to solve downhole geothermal problems.” GEOS Energy Inc.: Ahmet Ay, General Manager “Drilling Fluids Experience Transfer from Turkey’s Hottest and Deepest Geothermal Wells” Weatherford: Kurt Meyer, Managing Director Weatherford Central Europe GmbH Q&A session of 15 min. Moderator: Miklos Antics

Closing Plenary: Thursday, 20 October 2022 15:45 - 16:15 Room: C01

Closing remarks by the new President of EGEC Announcement of EGC2025


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POSTERS SESSIONS The special feature of this congress is that most sessions will consist of 5 lecture presentations (10 min. talk + 5 min. discussion and presenter change) and then up to 9 “Poster speech” short presentations (max. 3 min. each). The posters are presented in two ways: 1. Poster speech with max. 3 min. in a lecture session / lecture hall. 2. Paper poster on a poster wall for 1.5 days. There are two poster sessions in the foyer. One on Wednesday and one on Thursday!


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POSTER EXHIBITION WEDNESDAY (Presentations will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday) Number of poster

Poster exhibition Wednesday

Authors

Geothermal solutions 1.1 Poster Presentation Location: C01 Time: Tuesday, 18/Oct/2022 2:00pm - 3:45pm Upscaling and professionalizing geothermal developments via standardizing and value engineering

Sebastian Homuth, Marco Meirich, Øystein Andersen

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The environmental impact of geothermal energy – comparison study of geothermal utilization in five European countries

Kirsti Midttømme, Leszek Pająk, Jón Ragnar Guðmundsson, Oto Halás, Aleksandra Kasztelewicz, Tamás Medgyes, Maciej Miecznik, Ellen NordgårdHansen, Baldur Pétursson, Vetle Kjær Risinggård

3

Effective Community Engagement in Cornwall, UK

Jane Charman, Ryan Law, Hazel Farndale

4

Proposal and analysis of a geothermal-assisted lowtemperature heating and hightemperature cooling system

Amirmohammad Behzadi, Behrouz Nourozi, Cynthia Jonströmer, Sasan Sadrizadeh

5

Business models for geothermal in a smart sector integration

Philippe Dumas, Sanjeev Kumar, Thomas Garabetian

6

Social License to Operate in Geothermal Energy

Amel Barich, Alicja Stokɫosa, Jan Hildebrand, Ana Casillas, Ótto Elíasson, Tamas Medgyes, Gauthier Quinonez, Isabel Fernandez

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WeHEAT SYSTEMS: a sustainable closed loop heating technology in the field of geothermal energy

Adrienn Szekszárdi, Krisztina Tóth, István Sulyok, Matyas Gati

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Number of poster

Production of green Hydrogen integrated with geothermal plants

David Danesi, Joseph Bonafin, Emanuele Pingaro, Paolo Maria Zanzucchi

Poster exhibition Wednesday

Authors

Shallow geothermal 1.1 Poster Presentation Location: B05+B06 Time: Tuesday, 18/Oct/2022: 2:00pm - 3:45pm

9

Geo-SIV: a new free tool MATLAB-based for the preliminary technical, economic and environmental evaluation of small to medium shallow geothermal energy projects in Catalonia based on GIS datasets

Jordi García-Céspedes, Ignasi Herms, Georgina Arnó, José Juan de Felipe

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Results from the GeoERA MUSE shallow geothermal project – The urban area of Girona city (NE Catalonia, Spain)

Vaiva Cypaite, Georgina Arnó, Ignasi Herms, Víctor Camps, Ariadna Conesa, Montse Colomer, David Boon, Cornelia Steiner, Gregor Götzl

11

Long-term Monitoring Concept Of A Very Shallow Horizontal Collector System

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COMPARISION BETWEEN CLOSED LOOP AND OPEN LOOP GSHP SOLUTIONS FOR HEATING AND COOLING A RESIDENTIAL BUILDING IN A WARM CLIMATE. A CASE STUDY

Domenico Carmelo Mongelli, Michele De Carli, Eloisa Di Sipio, Giorgia Dalla Santa, Antonio Galgaro, Angelo Zarrella

Shallow Geothermal Energy for existing buildings – overview and status of project GEO4CIVHIC

Adriana Bernardi, Michele de Carli, Antonio Galgaro, Eloisa di Sipio, Giorgia Dalla Santa, Jaques Vercruysse, Burkhard Sanner, More authors at later stage

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Oliver Suft, Dr. David Bertermann


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Poster exhibition Wednesday

Authors

Drilling 1.1 Poster Presentation Location: B07+B08 Time: Tuesday, 18/Oct/2022: 2:00pm - 3:45pm

14

An integrated model for deep drilling through hard rock

Shanti Swaroop Kandala, An Mai, Alex Vetsak, Roman Shor

15

Geothermal Drilling in Deep and Hot Conditions with Conventional Technologies: Rig Design

James Victor Sambrook, Athena E. Manolakos, An Mai, Apostolos Kantza, Roman J. Shor, Ariel Torre Torre, Alex Vetsak

16

Deep Geothermal Drilling RealTime Performance Prediction and Optimization Using Artificial Intelligence Methods

Henning Knauer, Shahin Jamali, Volker Wittig, Rolf Bracke

17

Evaluation of Rheological Models for High Temperature Water-Based Drilling Fluids Using Geothermal Field Data

Ismail Hakki Gucuyener, Kazim Onur Gurcay, Abdussamed Yanik, Ahmet Ay

18

Experimental and numerical investigation of high-pressure jetting fluids impinging on submerged hard rock under deep geothermal downhole drilling conditions

Philippe Dumas, Sanjeev Kumar, Thomas Garabetian

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Investigation of a Fluidic Oscillator DTH Hammer Drill

Per Kjellgren, Simon Hahn, Philipp Schroer, Tao Peng, Carl Birger Jenssen, Hanrui Yu, Volker Wittig, Jan Přikryl, Kristján F. Alexandersson, Kevin Mallin, Feifei Zhang

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Development of a Novel Percussion Mechanism for Downhole Hammer Drilling

Simon Hahn, Philipp Schroer, Marian Bunk, Volker Wittig, Rolf Bracke


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Poster exhibition Wednesday

Authors

Exploration 1.1 Poster Presentation Location: B09 Time: Tuesday, 18/Oct/2022: 2:00pm - 3:45pm

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Krafla Magma Testbed Crossing the scientific and technological frontier from solid rock to magma.

Sigurdur Tomas Bjorgvinsson, Hjalti Pall Ingolfsson

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Exploration of the geothermal filed in the eastern Phlegrean Fields caldera for sustainability analysis of low-middle temperatures exploitation

Marina Iorio, Giuseppe Cavuoto, Alfonso Corniello, Vincenzo Di Fiore, Maurizio Fedi, Maurizio Milano, Nicola Pelosi, Michele Punzo, Daniela Tarallo, Nicola Massarotti

23

Deep Geothermal Resource assessment: application and comparison of different approaches in the Latium volcanic areas (Central Italy)

Gianluca Gola, Assunta Donato, Alessandro Santilano, Eugenio Trumpy, Adele Manzella

24

Geothermal Energy in Petroleum Province – a case study from Southern Poland (Carpathian Foredeep)

Anna Chmielowska, Anna Sowiżdżał

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Using Satellite Gravity Data for Low Enthalpy Geothermal Exploration: Case Study Midyan Area, Saudi Arabia

Indra Arifianto, Paul Martin Mai

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Mapping Thermal Properties using Resistivity, Lithology and Thermal Conductivity Measurements

Riccardo Pasquali, Mark Muller


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Poster exhibition Wednesday

Authors

Fluids 1.1 Poster Presentation Location: A03+A08 Time: Tuesday, 18/Oct/2022: 2:00pm - 3:45pm

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Lithium extraction through pilot scale tests under real geothermal conditions of the Upper Rhine Graben

David Fries, Sophie Lebouil, Vincent Maurer, Carine Martin, Clément Baujard, Guillaume Ravier, Romain Boguais, Smail Amari

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Identification and understanding of colloidal destabilization mechanisms in geothermal processes

Ines Raies, Eric Kohler, Marc Fleury, Béatrice Ledésert

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Scale risk assessment and laboratory selection of an inhibitor in a geothermal plant exploiting high salinity brine

Ernesto Petteruti, Umberto Ciardi, Massimo Bruno, Andrea Volponi, Paolo Cavaioni

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Scalings in Geothermal Systems: Quantifying and Modeling the Role of Degassing

Lilly Zacherl, Mohamad Omidi, Thomas Baumann

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Characterization of scales from a geothermal plant in the Upper Rhine Graben after longterm application of an inhibitor combination

Sabine Jähnichen, Detlev Degering, Frank Heberling, Richard Hoffmann, Dietmar Kuhn, Michael Langenmaier, Tobias Otto, Andrea Seibt, Jörg Uhde

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Co-production of geothermal energy and lithium from geothermal waters in Germany

Katharina Alms, Felix Jagert, Ilka Gehrke

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Development of geofluid knowledgebase system (KBS) to optimize geothermal energy production

Mollika Pervin, Ashadul Haque, Asad Uz Zaman, Miah Raihan Mahmud Arman, Fahim Chowdhury, Mohammad Azizur Rahman

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Hydrogeochemical exploration of deep groundwater in fractured sandstone aquifers for CO2-Mineral-Carbonation: A case study in Bochum, Germany

Felix Jagert, Jonas Güldenhaupt, Isabella Nardini


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Poster exhibition Wednesday

Authors

Geothermal solutions 1.2 Poster Presentation Location: C01 Time: Tuesday, 18/Oct/2022: 4:15pm - 6:00pm

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Facilitating geothermal energy in local heat transition planning

Tijn Nederstigt, Yvonne A'Campo, Reinder Slager

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The advantage of cooperations in municipal projects

Benjamin Richter, Franziska Schmidt, Manuel Thom, Daniel Batschkus

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Strategies and outcomes of the engagement with market actors to generate and adopt life-cycle based environmental assessment tools of deep geothermal projects.

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A Methodology for the evaluation of geothermal resources and power production cost: case history Italy

Tiziana Mazzoni, Paolo Basile, Lorenzo Favaro, Luca Giannecchini, Stefano Orlando, Luca Xodo

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The global geothermal market: a stronger focus on heating and cooling, towards greater interconections of national and regional markets?

Thomas Garabetian, Dario Bonciani, Loredana Torsello, Jessica Allen, Odon Kiraly, Ferenc Fedor, Virginie Schmidlé, Thor Noevig, Margarita De Gregorio, Paloma Perez, Ufuk Senturk, Emmanuelle Robins

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A systematic analysis of geothermal data collection in Europe

Margaret Krieger, Dr. Kasia Kurek


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Techno-economic Analysis of a Low Temperature Geothermal District Heat Pump Network in The Netherlands

Andrew Rhodes, Marianne van Unen, Wen Liu

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Techno-economic performance evaluation of geothermal energy extraction from hydrothermal systems in Western Saudi Arabia

Justin Ezekiel, Anozie Ebigbo, Indra Arifianto, Alexandros Daniilidis, Thomas Finkbeiner, P. Martin Mai


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Number of poster

Poster exhibition Wednesday

Authors

Shallow geothermal 1.2 Poster Presentation Location: B05+B06 Time: Tuesday, 18/Oct/2022: 4:15pm - 6:00pm

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Thermophysical properties of a subsoil drill core for geothermal energy applications

Daniel Lager, Edith Haslinger, Robin Friedrich, Pantelic Dragisa, Stefan Hoyer, Doris Rupprecht

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Approximate g-functions for selection of borehole field configurations used with ground-source heat pump systems

Timothy West, Jeffrey D. Spitler

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Benefits of hybrid geothermal heat pump systems in the French context

Romain Genet, Nicolas Fréchin

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Key features of the novel geothermal heat exchanger prototype installed at the Brenner Base Tunnel

Chiara Spaggiari, Matteo Lanconelli, Francesco Tinti, Antonio Voza, Daniela Boldini

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Materials selection for Adipic Acid-based PCM thermal storage system

Alexandre Sabard, Shiladitya Paul, Namrata Kale, Briony Holmes, Sylvie Rougé, Elie Ghanatos, Sebastian Gamisch

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Modelling the potential of very shallow geothermal installations under consideration of climate change

Thomas Schneider von Deimling, David Bertermann, Lisa Marie Assmann, Moritz Langer

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Steady – state quantitative and qualitative characteristics of geothermal energy extracted by Heat Pumps: Geothermal Energy Limit

Olga Kordas, Eugene Nikiforovich


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Poster exhibition Wednesday

Authors

Drilling 1.2 Poster Presentation Location: B07+B08 Time: Tuesday, 18/Oct/2022: 4:15pm - 6:00pm

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New Technical Developments in Wellhead Design – Best Practices and Projects

Werner Hartmann

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Performance evaluation of hammer drillbits for rotary percussive drilling

Shanti Swaroop Kandala, Juan De la Fuente Valadez, Ajesh Trivedi, An Mai, Alex Vetsak, Roman Shor

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The Use of Explosion Clad Metals for Geothermal Applications

Heather Mroz, Edgar Vidal

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Automated Geothermal Drilling with NOVOS

Guido Van den Bos

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Advanced EIS-based sensor for corrosion monitoring in geothermal power plants

Lorena Freire, Julio Sánchez, Rubén Castro, Ignacio Ezpeleta

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Environmental impacts of GeoHex and standard materials adopted for monophasic heat exchangers in geothermal power plants

M A H Chowdhury, A K M Asaduzzaman, T Ahmed, T I Ahmad, M Ahmed

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CO2 handling in binary geothermal systems – a modelling approach for different CO2 contents, amount total dissolved solids and pressuretemperature conditions

Dorothee Siefert, Milena Kondek, Thomas Kölbel, Jochen Kolb


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Integration of a high temperature heat pump into geothermal systems

Jaromir Jeßberger, Florian Heberle, Dieter Brüggemann

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Optimized pipe diameter and insulation thickness of longdistance heat interconnection pipelines

Christopher Schifflechner, Matthäus Irl, Anahi MolarCruz, Maximilian Keim, Markus Loewer, Thomas Ferrand, Christoph Wieland, Hartmut Spliethoff

Poster exhibition Wednesday

Authors

Number of poster

Exploration 1.2 Poster Presentation Location: B09 Time: Tuesday, 18/Oct/2022: 4:15pm - 6:00pm

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An assessment of low enthalpy geothermal waters in the Akropotamos area (Northern Greece)

Paschalis Dalampakis, Evangelos Tziritis, Ilias A.K. Koufogiannis, Maria Papachristou, Nikos Andritsos, Apostolos Arvanitis

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Cartographie géographique et évaluation du gradient thermique du proche sol pour application dans le ménage: étude de cas de la zone Yaoundé Cameroun

Jean Calvin, Seutche Ndize, Njingti Nfor, Jean Luc Nsouandele

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A 3D geological model of the Neo Erasmio-Magana low enthalpy geothermal field (Thrace, Greece)

Apostolos Arvanitis, Markos Xenakis, Marios-Dimitrios Amvrazis, Polyanthi-Maria Trimi, Konstantina Karvouni

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Seismic acquisition spacing parameters : How can I reduce the risk to be wrong ?

Jean-Claude Puech, Jean-Luc Boelle, Elie-Pascal Cheou


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A 3D geothermal model for Denmark: temperature and resource assessment

Niels Balling, Sven Fuchs, Anders Mathiesen

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New all-island deep temperature maps for Ireland

Sarah Blake, Ben Mather, Rory Dunphy, Joan Campanyà

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Quantitative seismic interpretation studies of a Triassic-Jurassic geothermal sandstone reservoir in the Copenhagen area

Kenneth Bredesen, Satinder Chopra, Runhai Feng

Poster exhibition Wednesday

Authors

Number of poster

EGS & induced seismicity 1.1 Poster Presentation Location: A03+A04 Time: Tuesday, 18/Oct/2022: 4:15pm - 6:00pm

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Hydro-mechanical parameters of Cornubian and Odenwald reservoir granitoids with focus on fracture stiffness testing

Lena Muhl, Guido Bloecher, Ingo Sass, Christian Kluge, Tanja Ballerstedt

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GeoLaB - Geothermal Laboratory in the Crystalline Basement

Thomas Kohl, Judith Bremer, Eva Schill, Olaf Kolditz, Haibing Shao, Ingo Sass, Günther Zimmermann

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A sensitivity analysis of stress changes related to geothermal direct heat production in clastic reservoirs and potential for fault reactivation and seismicity.

Arjan Marelis, Loes Buijze, Brecht Wassing, Jan Diederik van Wees van Wees

Seismological study of the geothermal field laboratory in the Lower Rhine Embayment, Germany

Claudia Finger, Marco Roth, Aileen Gotowik, Marco Dietl, Nina Engels, Rebecca Harrington, Brigitte Knapmeyer-Endrun, Klaus Reicherter, Thomas Oswald, Thomas Reinsch, Erik H. Saenger

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Estimation of hydraulic and geometrical characteristics of fractured geothermal reservoirs using in-situ tomographic methods

Lisa Maria Ringel, Mohammadreza Jalali, Peter Bayer

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Faulting and hydraulic energy balance during fluid injection in the Soultz-sous-Forêts geothermal reservoir

Kamel Drif, Olivier Lengliné, Jannes Kinscher, Jean Schmittbuhl


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Poster exhibition Wednesday

Authors

Geothermal solutions 1.3 Poster Presentation Location: C01 Time: Wednesday, 19/Oct/2022: 11:00am - 12:45am

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The GEORISK European project: Working towards the establishment of a risk mitigation scheme for geothermal projects in Greece

Spyridon Karytsas, Dimitrios Mendrinos, Ioannis Choropanitis, Theoni Oikonomou, Constantine Karytsas

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Geothermal resources and local development in Poland

Katarzyna A. Kurek

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Scenarios for Geothermal Energy Deployment in Europe

Francesco Dalla Longa, Larissa Nogueira, Jon Limberger, JanDiederik van Wees, Bob van der Zwaan

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The use of sustainable LCA approach to develop geothermal

Philippe Dumas, Sanjeev Kumar, Thomas Garabetian

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Understanding societal requirements of subsurface resources exploitation projects: Societal Embeddedness Level assessment methodology, its application in 4 CCS National case studies and implications for the geothermal industry

Dimitrios Mendrinos, Olympia Polyzou, Spyros Karytsas, Åsta Dyrnes Nordø, Kirsti Midttømme, Marit Sprenkeling, Ruben Peuchen, Tara Geerdink, Hanneke Puts, Danny Otto

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European Network for Geothermal Heat & Cooling

Thomas Jahrfeld, Luca Guglielmetti

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Exploring a Value-based Participatory Monitoring approach for improving the societal embeddedness of geothermal initiatives

Michael Duijn, Hanneke Puts, Karlien Sambell, Jitske Van Popering-Verkerk, Eva Winters


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Poster exhibition Wednesday

Authors

Shallow geothermal 1.3 Poster Presentation Location: A03+A04 Time: Wednesday, 19/Oct/2022: 11:00am - 12:45am

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Monitoring of high-temperature aquifer storage well performance and integrity

Jan Henninges, Guido Blöcher, Martin Lipus

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Well-Doublet Location Optimisation for Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage using Dynamic Mesh Optimisation and Surface Based Modelling

Hayley Firth, Geraldine Regnier, Pablo Salinas, Carl Jacquemyn, Matthew D Jackson

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Making aquifer thermal energy storage (ATES) system more sustainable using ATES triplet systems for space heating and cooling

Martin Bloemendal, Thijs van Esch, Phil Vardon, Niels Hartog

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Evaluation of the country-wide potential for High-Temperature Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (HT-ATES) in the Netherlands

Dorien Dinkelman, Frank van Bergen

84

Molten salt latent heat storage for demand-based electricity supply from renewable energies

Reinhard Kirsch, Horst Rüter

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An analytical approach to evaluate the heat transfer through embedded retaining walls

Aakash Gupta, Fleur Loveridge, Ida Shafagh, Simon Rees


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Poster exhibition Wednesday

Authors

EGS & induced seismicity 1.2 Poster Presentation Location: B07+B08 Time: Wednesday, 19/Oct/2022: 11:00am - 12:45am

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Microseismic monitoring of Nature's Heat Geothermal Project in Kwintsheul (Netherlands)

David Naranjo, Deyan Draganov, Cornelis Weemstra

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New approach to design a seismic monitoring network using geology, physics and combinatorics: application to a geothermal prospect in the French Massif Central

Bastien Hermant, Alexandre Kazantsev, Mathieu Bellanger

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Shear reactivation and permeability enhancement induced by cold fluid injection into fractured geothermal reservoirs: Insights from a coupled THM simulation

Yuedu Chen

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Life Cycle Assessment of enhanced Geothermal System

Magdalena Starczewska, Anna Sowiżdżał, Michał Kaczmarczyk

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DEEP - Geothermal systems in a petrothermal environment

Christoffer Storkaas, Frantisek Alexander Zvrskovec, Hans Bernhoff

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Proven method to select idle wells for geothermal use

Adrienn Szekszárdi, Krisztina Tóth, Eszter Békési

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Exploring a Value-based Participatory Monitoring approach for improving the societal embeddedness of geothermal initiatives

Michael Duijn, Hanneke Puts, Karlien Sambell, Jitske Van Popering-Verkerk, Eva Winters


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Poster exhibition Wednesday

Authors

Exploration 1.3 Poster Presentation Location: B09 Time: Wednesday, 19/Oct/2022: 11:00am - 12:45am

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Heat refraction in the North German Basin: The role of salt

Katharina Alms, Thorsten Agemar, Inga Moeck

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Diagenesis modelling as a tool to prevent drilling tight geothermal sandstone reservoirs

Mette Olivarius, Anders Mathiesen, Henrik Vosgerau, Lars H. Nielsen, Rikke Weibel, Linda M. Bonnell, Robert H. Lander

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Enhanced Exploration Strategy and Workflow for Deep Geothermal Projects in the Upper Rhine Graben

John Reinecker, Tobias Hochschild, Matthis Frey, Jeroen van der Vaart, Kristian Bär

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Permeability estimation from NMR logs in a limestone geothermal aquifer

Marc Fleury, Maxime Catinat, Benjamin Brigaud, Miklos Antics, Pierre Ungemach

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Seismoelectric effects for Geothermal resource assessment and monitoring – the SEE4GEO project

Walter Wheeler, Christina Morency, Mathieu Bellanger, Matieu Auxietre, Helene Barucq, Clarisse Bordes, Daniel Brito, Julien Diaz, Bjarte Fageraas, Niels Grobbe, Bastian Hermant, Eric M Matzel, Kirsti Midttømme

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Deep Geothermal Potential Assessment of the Cenozoic Northern Upper Rhine Graben using Stochastic Uncertainty Modelling

Jeroen van der Vaart, Matthis Frey, Kristian Bär, John Reinecker, Ingo Sass

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Geothermal potential assessment for oil&gas fields in Italy

Claudio Alimonti, Davide Scrocca


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Number of poster

Poster exhibition Wednesday

Authors

Fluids 1.3 Poster Presentation Location: A03+A04 Time: Wednesday, 19/Oct/2022: 11:00am - 12:45am

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Smart gas analytics for geothermal exploration and monitoring

Egbert Jolie, Anna Jentsch, Walter Duesing

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Use of Environmentally Friendly Production Chemicals such as Corrosion Inhibitors in Geothermal Applications

Sunder Ramachandran, Peter Schorling, Paul Chapman, Helmuth Sarimento-Klapper, Bjoern Lauese, John Dickinson

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Thermodynamic modelling to predict the bubble point pressure from available information (T, GLR) from geothermal processes to prevent degassing

Salaheddine Chabab, Marie Poulain, Marion Ducousso, Pierre Cezac

103

Assessing The Removal of Arsenic and Boron From Geothermal Wastewaters With The Use Of An Adsorbent Hydrogel

Mentari Mukti, Barbara Tomaszewska, Eva Oktavia Ningrum, Jochen Bundschuh

104

Effects of chemical alteration on frictional properties in a deep, granitic, geothermal system in Cornwall: Direct shear experiments on granite gouges at near in-situ conditions

Nick Harpers, Nathaniel Forbes Inskip, Michael John Allen, Daniel Faulkner, Jim Buckman, Sabine den Hartog

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Matrix acidification experiments for Remlinger sandstone samples in reservoir conditions.

Angel Andres RamirezGuzman, Pham Hung, Kristian Bär, Ingo Sass


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Modelling the injection of CO2 enriched groundwater into a low-temperature fractured rock siliciclastic reservoir at the German GECO demo site in Bochum

Torsten Seidel, Christoph M. König, Felix Jagert, Isabella Nardini

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porousMedia4Foam – a generic open-source reactive transport toolbox based on OpenFOAM

Saideep Pavuluri, Francis Claret, Christophe Tournassat, Laurent Andre, Cyprien Soulaine

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POSTER EXHIBITION THURSDAY (Presentations will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday) Number of poster

Poster exhibition Thursday

Authors

Policy & market Poster Presentation Location: C01 Time: Wednesday, 19/Oct/2022: 2:30pm-4:15pm

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Technical & economic scenario for geothermal energy direct uses application: a regional analysis in France

Justine Mouchot, JeanJacques Graff

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A decision support tool for promoters of geothermal energy projects

Anastasia Ioannou, Gioia Falcone, Isabel Fernadez

3

Carbon Free Alliance (CFA) A collaboration between large real estate owners, providers of decarbonised energy solutions & scientists. Making decarbonisation happen – independent of politics!

Ulf Jonströmer, Hilary Parnfors

4

GeotIS Update 2022

Thorsten Agemar

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xGeo - Next generation smart non-intrusive mobile geological investigation system.

Christofer Friberg

6

Opportunities for deep geothermal energy due to changed legal framework conditions in Germany

Benjamin Richter, Franziska Schmidt, Manuel Thom, Daniel Batschkus

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Evaluation of the sustainability of a geothermal power plant: Los Humeros, Mexico as study case.

Hector Gonzalez Garcia, Henning Francke, Ernst Huenges, Magaly Flores Armienta, Ingo Sass

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Impact on individual primary energy consumption due to subsurface interactions between ATES systems

Martin Bloemendal, Stijn Beernink, Rob Kleinlugtenbelt, Niels Hartog


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Shallow geothermal 1.1 Poster Presentation Location: B05+B06 Time: Wednesday, 19/Oct/2022: 2:30pm-4:15pm Thermal performance and longevity of Geothermal Deep closed-loop heat exchangers: a numerical analysis

Gianluca Gola, Eloisa Di Sipio, Adele Manzella, Antonio Galgaro

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The mine thermal energy storage project in Bochum - lessons learned from the HEATSTORE project

Florian Hahn, Stefan Klein, Gregor Bussmann, Torsten Seidel

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The Geothermal Energy Buffer (GEB) a promising energy storage solution - a study of GEB's operation

Antoine JEANNOU, Brice TREMEAC, Ahmadou-Tidiane DIABY

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Assessment of the shallow groundwater potential of the " Kościerzyna Morainic Island" for cold and heat seasonal energy storage

Gerard Lemoine, Beata Kępińska

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Transition of ATES to HT-ATES: field monitoring results of thermal impact, groundwater quality and performance

Martin Bloemendal, Stijn Beernink, Niels Hartog

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Development of BTES in Norway

Kirsti Midttømme, Maria Justo Alonso, Jan Kocbach, Karoline Husevåg Kvalsvik, Randi Kalskin Ramstad, Vetle Kjær Risinggård, Jørn Stene

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Distributed Temperature Sensing measurements for exploring Borehole Thermal Energy Storages in Norway

Karoline Husevåg Kvalsvik, Randi Kalskin Ramstad, Kirsti Midttømme, Henrik Holmberg

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Surface & Monitoring technologies Poster Presentation Location: B07+B08 Time: Wednesday, 19/Oct/2022: 2:30pm-4:15pm

Geothermal district heating & cooling for sustainable and smart cities

Sanjeev Kumar, Philippe Dumas, Thomas Garabetian

Design, construction and test of a retention tank for a scaling reduction system to increase geothermal plant efficiency

Paolo Taddei Pardelli, Claretta Tempesti, Andrea Mannelli, Alex Sabard, Francesco Fanicchia, Shiladitya Paul, Briony Holmes, Chi Lee, Antony Jopen, Raziye Şengun, Hakan Alp Sahiller, Ural Halaçoğlu, Ismail Pekdüz, Andri Stefansson, Iwona Galeczka, Volkan Ediger, Gokhan Kirkil, Jan Přikryl, Per Kjellgren

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Geothermal Resources For Agriculture: Growing Tomato, Eggplant, and Zucchini in Geothermal Greenhouse Using Treated Geothermal Water For Irrigation

Barbara Tomaszewska, Mentari Mukti, Magdalena Tyszer, Maciej Czubernat, Beata Kępińska, Wiesław Bujakowski, Aleksandra Kasztelewicz, Nalan Kabay, Alper Baba, Marek Bryjak, Gülden Gokcen Akkurt, Hatice Eser Ökten, M. Kamil Meriç

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Investigations on brine transport pipes for upscaling geothermal plants in the Upper Rhine Graben

Guillaume Ravier, Olivier Seibel, Dagur Ingi Ólafsson, Svava Davíðsdóttir

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A New Algorithm for Renewable Hybrid Energy Selection in Turkey

Fatih Saltuk

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Analysis of Load Limit and Governor Free Selection Mode in Geothermal Power Plant Operation And Its Impact on The Steam Gathering System

Dimas Ruliandi, Dede Cahyadi, Eko Nugroho Budiyanto, Muhammad Lathieful Haq

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Efficient and flexible plant configurations for geothermal tri-generation systems with an Organic Rankine Cycle

Annu Martinkauppi, Kaiu Piipponen

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Exploration 1.1 Poster Presentation Location: B09 Time: Wednesday, 19/Oct/2022: 2:30pm-4:15pm

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Geothermal energy modelling of medium-deep boreholes in a sedimentary formation with crystalline bedrock

Annu Martinkauppi, Kaiu Piipponen

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Reservoir deliverability assessment and uncertainty analysis for new geothermal prospects

Ayman Samy, Ghazal Izadi, Colleen Barton, Frank Walles

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Using Electromagnetics for Geothermal and Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) applications

Kurt Martin Strack, Hector Hinojosa, Ewald Lüschen, Yardenia Marinez

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A unique integrated exploration approach for geothermal reservoirs, a case study from Metropole Region Amsterdam

Pieter van Heiningen, Vincent van Hoegaerden, Nuretdin Kaymakci, Tijmen Jan Moser

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Thermal response of a fluvial geothermal system with different methods for representing heterogeneity – An example from the Gassum Formation

Marton Major, Alexandros Daniilidis, Thomas Mejer Hansen, Mark Khait, Denis Voskov

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Heat-producing granitoids of North Pakistan as potential geothermal prospects

Muhammad Anees, Jonas Kley, Bernd Leiss, Bianca Wagner, Mumtaz M. Shah


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Petrology and hydrothermal alteration mineral distribution of wells la-9d and la-10d in aluto geothermal field, Ethiopia

Dereje Moges Azbite

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Fluids Poster Presentation Location: A03+A04 Time: Wednesday, 19/Oct/2022: 2:30pm-4:15pm

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The valorization of lithium resources from geothermal fluids: from a worldwide overview to a focus on the Upper Rhine Graben

Clio Bosia, Hussam Aldoori

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Quantify the Impact of Groundwater Treatment on Carbonate Scaling in Standing Column Well

Léo Cerclet, Philippe Pasquier, Benoît Courcelles

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Clogging mechanisms in geothermal operations: theoretical examples and an applied study

Anna Kottsova, David Bruhn, Martin Saar, Floris Veeger, Maren Brehme

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Multiple sensor data fusion applied to geothermal reservoir management

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3D Modelling and Characterization of Stibnite Scale Formation in Germencik Geothermal Site, Büyük Menderes Graben, Western Turkey

Annette Dietmaier, Thomas Baumann

Serhat Tonkul, Alper Baba, Mustafa Muammer Demir, Simona Regenspurg, Katrin Kieling


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3D Modelling and Characterization of Scale Types in Hyper Saline Geothermal System in Tuzla Geothermal Power Plant, NW Turkey

Serhat Tonkul, Alper Baba, Mustafa Muammer Demir, Simona Regenspurg, Katrin Kieling

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Optimizing fluid(s) circulation in a CO2-based geothermal system for cost-effective electricity generation

Mahmoud Hefny, Muhammad Bhakti Setiawan, Mohamed Hammed, Chao-Zhong Qin, Anozie Ebigbo, Martin O. Saar

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Deep learning and geochemical modelling as tools for solute geothermometry

Lars Helge Yström, Fabian Nitschke, Mark Vollmer, Thomas Kohl

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Case Studies (incl closed loop & LCA) Poster Presentation Location: C01 Time: Wednesday, 19/Oct/2022: 4:45pm-6:30pm

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Technical due diligence and lenders’ advisory for the geothermal power plant in Garching an der Alz, Germany

Pierre Huck, Alexander Gottwald, Nevena Nikiforova

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Repurposing Hydrocarbon Wells for Geothermally-heated Horticulture in the UK.

William Nibbs, Rob Westaway, Gioia Falcone

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Aquifer thermal energy storage for balancing renewable excess electricity: a technical feasibility study from North Germany

Sepehr Sangin, Matthias Franz, Ali Hashemi-Farzad

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The GEOGRID system: design and environmental assessment of a geothermal district heating/ cooling and electricity system for the Campi Flegrei area in Italy.

Alessandro Maione, Nicola Massarotti, Remo Santagata, Laura Vanoli

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Hamit granitoid: A sustainable clean energy source for mitigating CO2 emissions

Tolga Ayzit, Dornadula Chandrasekharam, Alper Baba


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EGS & induced seismicity Poster Presentation Location: A03+A04 Time: Wednesday, 19/Oct/2022: 4:45pm-6:30pm

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Pressure Response in Geothermal Injecton Well MOLGT-02; Balmatt, Belgium

Justin Pogacnik, Virginie Harcouet-Menou, Sadiq Zarrouk, Katie McLean, Diana Snyder

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Recent developments and future of Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS)

Günter Zimmermann, Hannes Hofmann, Arno Zang, Ernst Huenges

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Towards a geothermal reservoir management system

Emmanuel Gaucher, Maximilian Hansinger, Peter Goblirsch, Jérôme Azzola, Katja Thiemann

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3D stress modelling on structural network: pre-drilling modelling for the GEOPULSE geothermal power project in the French Massif Central

Bastien Hermant, Mathieu Bellanger, Stéphane Galibert

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Deep geothermal development at the eden project in Cornwall, UK

Roy Baria, Richard Day, Gus Grand, Joerg Baumgaertner, Hylke Glass, Andrew Jupe, Lucy Cotton

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EnerGizerS - Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS) using supercritical carbon dioxide as a working medium in Polish and Norwegian conditions

Anna Sowiżdżał, Trond Andresen, Maciej Miecznik, Bjørn S. Frengstad, Marcin Liszka, Paweł Gładysz, Leszek Pająk, Anna Chmielowska, Barbara Tomaszewska, Sigurd W. Løvseth, Lars A. Stenvik, Marcel Gawron

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In-Situ Stress State of the Ruhr Region (Germany) and Its Implications for Geothermal Energy Utilization

Michal Kruszewski, Giordano Montegrossi, Tobias Backers, Erik H. Saenger


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Exploration 1.2 Poster Presentation Location: C01 Time: Wednesday, 19/Oct/2022: 4:45pm-6:30pm New application of surface natural fractures characterization and implications to the geothermal system in southern Bajawa field, Indonesia: a novel approach for preliminary exploration and modelling

Devito Pradipta, Divy Muhammad Ramdan, Lano Adhitya Permana

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Laboratory R&D related to the development of technology for water re-injection in poorly consolidated Upper Pannonian rocks

Péter János Koroncz, Ferenc Fedor, Zsanett Vizhányó, Máté Kuncz, Péter Ács, Anita Fedor-Szász, Márton Pál Farkas, Eszter Sendula, Tímea Pernyeszi, Gábor Magyar, János Szanyi, László Kovács, József Csicsák, Hannes Hofmann, János Kovács

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Electromagnetic technology to help calculate subsurface geothermal zones and temperatures before drilling

Gordon Stove, David Limmer, Octavio Delgado, Lewis Lawrence

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Geothermal reservoir modelling using Dynamic Mesh Optimisation

Pablo Salinas, Geraldine Regnier, Carl Jaquemyn, Christopher C Pain, Matthew D Jackson

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A Workflowfor Data Integration and Uncertainty Characterization of H M Coupled Models in Enhanced Geothermal Systems

Selvican Türkdogan, Peter Achtziger, Florian Amann, Reza Jalali, Kavan Khaledi

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Geothermal potential in the Rhine-Ruhr region - Integration of structural analysis and a preliminary magnetotelluric feasibility study

Andrea Balza Morales, Esteban Gomez Diaz, Maren Brehme, Peter A. Kukla, Florian M. Wagner

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Modelling Poster Presentation Location: C01 Time: Wednesday, 19/Oct/2022: 11:00am-12:45pm

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Modeling of brine-rock interactions in German geothermal systems for future lithium recovery

Felix Jagert, Katharina Alms

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Numerical Modeling of HM processes during Hydraulic Stimulation at the Grimsel Test Site

Josselin Ouf, Kavan Khaledi, Mohammadreza Jalali, Florian Amann, Phil Vardon

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The Effect of Boundary Conditions on Heat Transfer through Energy Walls

Ida Shafagh, Simon Rees, Fleur Loveridge

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Anti-corrosion and anti-scaling of geothermal heat exchangers

Imran Bhamji, Garima Mittal, Paolo Taddei Pardelli, Davíð Ingvi Snorrason, Ioana Csaki, Dagur Ingi Ólafsson, Zoe Anxionnaz-Minvielle, Halldór Pálsson, Kolbrún Ragna Ragnarsdóttir, Per Kjellgren, Fahim Chowdhury, John Defensor, Shiladitya Paul, Helen Ósk Haraldsdóttir, David Martelo, Raja Khan, Namrata Kale, Guillaume Cormorant, Sigrún Nanna Karlsdóttir, Halldór Pálsson

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Next-Gen Geothermal Power – Putting CO2 to Work

Dennis Schäfer, Felix Böhmer, Michael Wechsung, Jil Hansper


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A novel simulation methodology to quantify the risk of saltwater contamination of freshwater aquifers during Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage

Geraldine Regnier, Pablo Salinas, Matthew D. Jackson

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Combining Deep And Shallow Geothermal To Power The Planet

Cynthia Jonströmer, Hilary Parnfors, Dmitry Netis

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Structured generic project plan for guidance on steps along geothermal project phases for potential geothermal operators and other stakeholders

Stefan Steininger, Daniel Holzer, Ingo Forstner

The impact of the location of a user on the efficiency of obtaining geothermal energy

Leszek Pająk, Maciej Miecznik, Aleksandra Kasztelewicz, Maciej Czaubernat, Oto Halás, Tamás Medgyes, Baldur Pétursson, Jón Guðmundsson, Kirsti Midttømme

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Commercialising a concept for deep geothermal boreholes for Fennoscandia and beyond

Johnny Lönnroth, Matias Hämäläinen, Jan Herranen, Satu Juurikka, Roope Lindholm, Jere Oksanen, Tomi Mäkiaho, Kaijaleena Manner, Mikko Ojanne, Niko Pihlanen, Hannu Puolitaival, Matti Simppala

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Conversion of Oil Brownfield in a Geothermal Sustainable and Renewable Energy Field

Reinaldo Ramirez, Sebastiano Giardinella, Rosario Diaz

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GEOFIT Project creating the opportunity of Geographical – BIM (GEOBIM) platform to manage geothermal systems

Juan Ramon, Sergio Velásquez

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Increasing the contribution of closed geothermal systems to green energy generation through designing a novel deep multilateral framework

Morteza Esmaeilpour, Maziar Gholami Korzani, Thomas Kohl

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Thermohydraulic Modeling and Co-Simulation of a Pilot System for Medium Deep Borehole Thermal Energy Storage in a Crystalline Reservoir

Lukas Seib, Claire Bossennec, Bastian Welsch, Jeroen van der Vaart, Julian Formhals, Ingo Sass, Matthis Frey, Richard Kretzschmar

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Shallow geothermal 1.2 Poster Presentation Location: B05+B06 Time: Tuesday, 18/Oct/2022: 2:00pm-3:45pm

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Techno-economic Modelling of Shallow Vertical Borehole Heat Exchang

Abdelazim Abbas Ahmed, Mohsin Assadi, Adib Kalantar, Marek Jaszczur

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SIDE EVENTS

1. REFLECT final conference: Redefining fluid properties at extreme conditions to optimize future geothermal energy extraction 2. DACH event 3. DGE ROLLOUT 4. WING WOMEN IN GEOTHERMAL 5. GEODEEP - networking event with French companies to discuss strategic and innovation topics in geothermal industry 6. Soil2Heat “Very shallow geothermal energy – an economic solution for a sustainable energy transition” 7. Joint CROWDTHERMAL and Geothermal-DHC event


69 1. REFLECT final conference: Redefining fluid properties at extreme conditions to optimize future geothermal energy extraction Date: 19.10.2022 Time: 11:00 – 12:45 / 14:30 – 16:15 Location: A06 Session Chair: Katrin Kieling, Helmholtz-Centre Potsdam GFZ, Germany The one problem plaguing almost all deep geothermal operations in the world is related to the chemistry of the geothermal fluids. In order to maximize both the operational efficiency and economic returns of geothermal power plants, it is vital that these systems work well for long periods without requiring significant maintenance. Key to this is preventing or controlling deleterious physical and chemical reactions such as degassing and mineral precipitation that result in corrosion and scaling. The Horizon2020 REFLECT project, funded by the European Commission, addresses the challenge of determining geothermal fluid properties at in-situ geothermal conditions, i.e., extremely hot or extremely saline fluids. The project has acquired new chemical, physical and microbiological data from sampling of natural fluids and new thermodynamic and kinetic reaction data from experiments in the lab. These data were implemented in predictive models to determine fluid reactions at extreme conditions, and into a comprehensive European Fluid Atlas. REFLECT researchers also develop a downhole sampler for high-temperature geothermal wells. The results presented during this final project event will enable operators to significantly increase technology performance and reduce maintenance costs or downtimes and, thus, reduce operational costs and increase the number of economically viable geothermal projects. Please register for this side-event using the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/reflect-final-conference-tickets-380371731087


70 2. DACH event DACH event TG “Neue Ansätze im Umfeld der Geothermie” Date: 18.10.2022 Time: 14:00 – 15:45 Location: A05 Session Chair: Horst Rüter, HarbourDom GmbH, Germany The German hard coal industry explored the subsurface in the Ruhrarea, NRW, Germany in extreme detail: over 1300 drillholes up to 1.500m deep, 1600 km seismic 2D-lines, 16 3D-seismic areas. The project KarboEx tries to save this data and use it to gain information about the carbonates of Carboniferous and Devonian age for #geothermal use. Results will be presented at the DACH side-event TG “Neue Ansätze im Umfeld der Geothermie” at the #EGC2022. DACH event MTG “Speicherung und Grubenwässer” Date: 18.10.2022 Time: 16:15 – 18:00 Location: A05 Session Chair: Ingrid Stober, University of Freiburg, Germany About medium-depth geothermal, mine water and storage. DACH event “Neue Technolgien” Date: 19.10.2022 Time: 11:00 – 12:45 Location: A05 Session Chair: Harald Milsch, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Germany DACH event TG Süddeutsches Molassebecken Date: 19.10.2022 Time: 14:30 – 16:15 Location: A05 Session Chair: Mando Guido Blöcher, GFZ Potsdam, Germany DACH “Oberflächennahe Geothermie” Date: 19.10.2022


71 Time: 16:45 – 18:30 Location: A05 Session Chair: Reinhard Kirsch, GeoImpuls, Germany DACH Event: “KarboEx” Date: 19.10.2022 Time: 13:45 – 14:30 Location: A05 Session Chair: Horst Rüter, HarbourDom GmbH, Germany

3. DGE ROLLOUT Date: 18.10.2022 Time: 14:00 – 15:45 Location: A06 North-West Europe (NWE) has to reduce CO2 emissions. One major source for the latter is the production of electricity and heat by burning fossil fuels. Replacing this process through the implementation of deep geothermal energy (DGE) could significantly aid to the reduction of CO2 emissions and hence support a sustainable energy generation. However, the exploration of hydrothermal DGE targets in most NWE regions requires comprehensive investigation and specific geologic and engineering expertise considering the generally complex setting including strongly faulted and folded horizons of highly permeable carbonate rocks, in the border area consisting of Germany, France, the Netherlands and Belgium. It is the objective of DGE-ROLLOUT to promote the use of DGE and also to reduce CO2 emissions through the initiation and optimization of particular pilot projects. This is aimed to be achieved using a multi-disciplinary approach including the improvement of the current insufficient data situation, the compilation and development of innovative decision and exploration strategies, as well as the optimization of existing DGE manifestations. Therefore, the DGE-ROLLOUT project comprises three work packages: Mapping and networking (WP T1), Decision and exploration support (WP T2) and Testing for production optimization (WP T3). WP T1 seeks to provide a reconciled and common knowledge baseline for the DGE market development in the project area, including the preparation of a transnationally harmonised depth and thickness map of the currently targeted Lower Carboniferous carbonate reservoir rocks. WP T2 intends to fill existing information gaps by acquiring transnational 2D seismic surveys, conducting drilling operations, reprocessing vintage 2D seismic data, and producing a variety of subsurface 2D and 3D models. WP T3 aims to increase the efficiency of existing geothermal systems, and to implement new or improved production techniques in the fields of reservoir behaviour, cascading systems and thermal energy storage. Besides the Geological Survey of North Rhine-Westphalia as the lead partner, the DGEROLLOUT project partners include the national geological surveys of Belgium, France


72 and the Netherlands, as well as industry partners (DMT GmbH & Co. KG; Energie Beheer Nederland B.V.; RWE Power AG) and research institutions (Fraunhofer Institution for Energy Infrastructures and Geothermal Systems; Technical University Darmstadt; Flemish Institute for Technological Research). Our Side Event in the course of the European Geothermal Congress 2022 will provide an overview of the work that has been undertaken throughout the DGE-ROLLOUT project’s lifetime (Oct 2018 – Oct 2023), present major results that have been achieved, and give an outline of the approach to foster the development of DGE for both small- and large-scale infrastructures. Our Side Event will be subdivided into four thematic blocks comprising 1) Mapping the DGE Potential of North-West Europe, 2) Supporting DGE Exploration, 3) DGE Case Studies and 4) Upscaling DGE for Industry.


73 4. WING WOMEN IN GEOTHERMAL Date: 18.10.2022 Time: 16:45 – 18:30 Location: A06 Kick-off Event and workshop of the country chapter “WING Germany” • Simona Regenspurg1, • Kirsten Appelhans 7, • Guido Blöcher1, • Christine Cröniger2, • Stephanie Frick3, • Joy Iannotta4, • Maximilian Keim5, • Eva Schill6, • Indira Shatyrbayeva5, • Angela Spalek1, • Dimitra Teza,7 1 Helmholtz-Zentrum Potsdam Deutsches GeoforschungsZentrum GFZ 2 Stadtwerke München 3 RBS Wave GmbH 4 Hydroisotop GmbH 5 Technische Universität München, Geothermie-Allianz Bayern 6 Karlsruher Institut für Technologie 7 Fraunhofer-Einrichtung für Energieinfrastrukturen und Geothermie IEG Women in Geothermal (WING) is an international voluntary, non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the education, professional development and careers of women in geothermal energy. WING-Global currently supervises and supports 34 country teams, which are led by WING ambassadors from the respective country, who implement WING initiatives in their countries. The Germany national team is committed to making geothermal energy more visible, promoting the professional development of women in the geothermal industry and promoting equality between women and men in geothermal energy. The workshop is also the official kick-off event of the German WING national team, which is made up of 11 members from different disciplines of geothermal energy from science, business and associations. The workshop will be designed in a first part with short contributions from women and men who are committed to the topic of gender equality in geothermal energy and are successfully active in different areas of geothermal energy. The second part will be an open discussion round on gender aspects in geothermal energy and ways on how to improve gender balance. We are happy to welcome everybody who is interested and celebrate with snacks and drinks the founding of the country chapter WING Germany. With contributions among others by Simona Regenspurg (ambassador WING Germany), Florian Eichinger (Hydroisotope GmbH; Experiences from industry), Anna Jentsch (recently finished PhD and start up entrepreneur); Eva Schill (professor in geothermal Energy)


74 5. GEODEEP - networking event with French companies to discuss strategic and innovation topics in geothermal industry

Workshop organized by GEODEEP (www.geodeep.fr), the French geothermal Cluster for heat and power projects Take part to this networking event with GEODEEP (www.geodeep.fr) French companies to: -> get informed about recent French realisations -> discuss strategic and innovation topics that drive European geothermal industry development -> and to create partnerships between you company and this panel of French actors. For any question and to register to GEODEEP Workshop: contact@geodeep.fr


75 6. Soil2Heat “Very shallow geothermal energy – an economic solution for a sustainable energy transition” Date: 20.10.2022 Time: 10:30 – 15:45 Location: B04 Abstract: How do we manage a sustainable energy transition on short term? The building sector is the largest single energy consumer in Europe, absorbing 40% of final energy, and about 75% of buildings are energy inefficient. Geothermal Heating and Cooling are highly promising in order to cover future sustainable heating and cooling demands at low costs, low emissions and high level of efficiency. Very shallow geothermal systems use the energy just below the earth’s surface. These systems distinguish by easy handling and low-cost implementation. In between these systems have been established as a reliable and mature alternative to other geothermal sources. In this side-event the potential and performance of very shallow geothermal energy will be demonstrated for single residential buildings up to grid connected district heating and cooling (DHC) networks. Also typical challenges will be tackled by presenting solutions for integration in urban areas or measures to increase the performance. An open discussion about the state and perspective of very shallow geothermal energy will take place in a dedicated panel session. About the organizers: Soil2heat is a German-Austrian cooperation network funded in the ZIM programme of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action. We develop and provide innovative single house to grid-connected district heating and cooling solutions. As geothermal source, very shallow geothermal collector systems and their special forms (e.g. trench collectors, heat baskets) with maximum installation depth of 5 m are used. The 30 partners cover the entire value chain from research via planning and industry to energy suppliers and municipal utilities. The network is coordinated by the Geozentrum Nordbayern of the Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. For more information please visit http://soil2heat.net/. Date: 20th of October 2022 Location: Berlin Congress Centre, Germany, Room B.04 Costs: Free Access Registering Participating at this event is subject to the general terms and conditions of the European Geothermal Congress 2022 (https://europeangeothermalcongress.eu/). The access is free of charge. Please note that participating at this side event does not entitle to visit the European Geothermal Congress 2022 in full. Please register here https://forms.gle/ nPt6XWhJpv99qUUh8


76 7. Joint CROWDTHERMAL and Geothermal-DHC event Date: 20.10.2022 Time: 10:35 – 17:30 Location: A05 First Geothermal District Heating and Cooling Day event: “Bringing Geothermal heating and cooling networks closer to the people” About the event The Geothermal District Heating and Cooling Day intends to connect science and society by presenting recent developments and prospects, supporting the interlinking of stakeholders across Europe and jointly address present challenges and barriers for the deployment of geothermal energy supported heating and cooling networks in Europe. Due to the special opportunity given by the European Geothermal Congress 2022, the first Geothermal District Heating and Cooling Day event will have a stronger focus on interconnecting researchers related to geothermal energy use in heating and cooling networks from a trans-disciplinary perspective. During the afternoon session, the EU project CROWDTHERMAL will celebrate its final conference. During the Conference the project team will present a set of reports, addressing social, environmental, financial, and risk mitigation aspects of communityfinanced geothermal projects. About the organizers The mission of the Horizon 2020 funded CROWDTHERMAL project is to empower the European public to directly participate in the development of geothermal projects, with the help of alternative financing schemes and social engagement tools. CROWDTHERMAL aims to initiate a new form of public dialogue, during which it will be possible to jointly tackle concerns and increase interest in geothermal energy. The aim is to take public engagement to a new level, empowering citizens to directly participate in the development of geothermal projects with the help of alternative financing, such as crowdfunding. This will only be possible if public trust can be gained, and the transparency around geothermal projects (and their social and environmental impacts) can be maximised. For more information please visit: https://www.crowdthermalproject.eu The EU COST Action CA18219 Geothermal-DHC represents a network addressing the integration of geothermal energy into decarbonized heating and cooling networks addressing the full range of geothermal technologies. Geothermal-DHC investigates concepts related to shallow geothermal in local heating and cooling networks (“5th generation networks”) towards direct geothermal energy use for district heating supply. Geothermal-DHC offers an inclusive European network currently covering more than 100 researchers and non-scientific stakeholders from around 40 countries around the world. For more information on this COST Action please visit www.geothermal-dhc.eu


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Excursion “Joint excursion by GFZ and EWP (Guided geoenergy lab tour at GFZ & the city of Potsdam)” Excursion “Experience geothermal energy practice near-surface geothermal energy”

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Excursion “Geothermal energy use at the Humboldt Forum Berlin – complex underground and complex energy concept” Excursion “Field trip to the Muschelkalk quarry in Ruedersdorf, East of Berlin”


79 Excursion “Joint excursion by GFZ and EWP (Guided geoenergy lab tour at GFZ & the city of Potsdam)” Friday, 21/Oct/2022 10:00 - 15 :00 10:00 – 12:00 Guided geoenergy lab tour (GFZ) Helmholtz Centre Potsdam – German Research Centre for Geosciences GFZ Potsdam has a highly developed, interdisciplinary laboratory infrastructure that addresses various scientific issues in basic and applied research. Sophisticated apparatus and equipment are designed for a wide range of applications. The Thermal Petrophysics Lab produces data of thermal properties of rocks, minerals, geo-materials and cement. The Laboratories for Geothermal Rock and Fluid Physics allow to characterize and parameterize physical rock and fluid properties and a Mechanical Testing System (MTS) can analyze hydraulic and mechanical rock properties of geo-materials – all under simulated in situ conditions of pressure and temperature of up to 4 to 10 km of depths. The Fluid Lab offers instruments for experiments and measurement facilities designed to characterize, analyze, and monitor processes of geothermal fluids. Another focus is on the kinetics of gas hydrate formation and decomposition and their influence on the physical properties of sediments. A guided tour presents the scientific work in the laboratories, which are also opened to international guest scientists. 12:00 – 13:00 Lunch at GFZ 13:00 – 15:00 Potsdam on the way to geothermal heat supply (EWP) Deep geothermal energy is to contribute to the decarbonization of Potsdam’s district heating in the future. By 2050, the state capital wants to reduce its CO2 emissions by 95 percent. The local utility Energie und Wasser Potsdam (EWP) produces a large part of the energy used in the city and wants to set the course for geothermal energy with a pilot project to supply a residential area in the centre of Potsdam. The project will be presented during an on-site visit to the drilling site.

Excursion “Experience geothermal energy – best practice near-surface geothermal energy” Friday, 21/Oct/2022 Time: 9:00 - 15:00 As part of the excursion “Experience geothermal energy – best practice near-surface geothermal energy”, current construction sites and buildings already in operation in the Berlin area will be visited. The technology for exploiting geothermal energy is primarily based on geothermal sensors. At the beginning, the excursion participants will receive an introduction to the projects and special features of the German geothermal energy market as well as insights into current developments and trends. During the 4- to 6-hour bus excursion, there will be sufficient time for participants to


80 discuss current issues and debate the European geothermal market. The excursion will be led by Dipl.-Geol. Rüdiger Grimm and Dipl.-Ing. Christian Lumm from geoENERGIE Konzept GmbH, a company of the ENGIE Group. Protective equipment (helmets and safety waistcoats) will be provided, participants are required to bring sturdy footwear.

Excursion “Geothermal energy use at the Humboldt Forum Berlin – complex underground and complex energy concept” Friday, 21/Oct/2022 Time: 10:00 - 12:00 The Humboldt Forum in Berlin-Mitte has been hosting cultural exhibitions and events since 2020. Architecturally, it is modelled on the former Berlin City Palace, but in terms of energy it is more innovative and relies heavily on geothermal energy in conjunction with borehole heat exchangers and large heat pumps for heating and cooling. In implementing the system, which was planned by Geothermie Neubrandenburg, the use of geothermal energy had to be harmonised with other forms of energy and a complex underground infrastructure. The energy concept of the Humboldt Forum Berlin will be presented in an excursion.

Excursion “Field trip to the Muschelkalk quarry in Ruedersdorf, East of Berlin” Friday, 21/Oct/2022 Time: 9:00 - 15:00 Session Chair: Jan-Kristian Piekarski, Helmholtz Centre GFZ Potsdam, Germany This field trip is a journey into an 245-Mio-year-old ocean led by experienced geologists in cooperation with the Museumspark Ruedersdorf. During the Triassic, carbonate muds were deposited in a shallow-marine environment. Ruedersdorf (E of Berlin) is located in the North German Basin, part of the Central European Basin System. The basin consists of several km-thick sedimentary Quaternary to Phanerozoic strata. Thick salt deposits were formed during the Permian Zechstein stage. With the lower density of rock salt compared to the overlying strata, the salt became mobile and formed salt diapirs in the subsurface. One regional example is the Ruedersdorf structure, where the Triassic Muschelkalk Formation has been exposed at the surface and constantly mined for building stones and cement. The halokinesis (salt tectonics) lead to the formation of a trap structure for subsurface strategical natural gas storage. Current research by the GFZ Potsdam involves using the Muschelkalk Formation for geological subsurface energy storage (ATES IQ). Furthermore, this formation hosts large hydrothermal geoenergy potential in the North German Basin. During this field trip, sedimentological features, typical Mesozoic fossils, and the strontium mineral coelestine can be observed and collected. Health & Safety involves


81 mandatory helmet, high-visibility vest, and safety boots. A geological hammer is of advantage in uncovering ancient life from the rocks.” Available Literature Schroeder, J.H. (2015): Der Kalkstein-Tagebau von Ruedersdorf: Geo-Glanzpunkt bei Berlin – Ein Blick in die Erdgeschichte etwa 245 Millionen Jahre zurueck. Selbstverlag Geowissenschaftler Berlin und Brandenburg e.v. (German) Link: https://www.geo.tu-berlin.de/fileadmin/i17_ruedersdorf/PDF-Files/___ RUEDERSDORF_DV_INTERN_GEO-INFO.RED.pdf


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GEOTHERMAL ENERGY TO ACCELERATE THE ENERGY TRANSITION. Geothermal energy is a renewable, local, and an eco-friendly source of energy that is both 24/7 available and economical. It offers considerable potential for heat and cold production. ENGIE designs, finances, builds, and operates efficient district energy systems and works with local authorities to provide tailor-made solutions adapted to local resources. At ENGIE we consider that developing geothermal district energy systems is crucial to meet our targets in terms of energy efficiency improvements and carbon footprint reduction. Contact us : dhc-community@engie.com


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SOCIAL PROGRAM Welcome cocktail

Monday 17/Oct/2022: 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Spagos restaurant, bar & lounge at Park Inn by Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz 7, 10178 Berlin www.parkinn-berlin.de/en/restaurant-bar-spagos *Please register between 4-6 pm in advance at the BCC. The capacity at the bar is limited. If you already arrive on Monday, we would like to invite you to a welcome cocktail. The event will take place at the restaurant, bar & lounge Spagos at the Park Inn Hotel, only 200 m from the venue of the congress. *registration mandatory

Banquet Dinner

Tuesday, 18/Oct/2022: 6:30pm - 11:00pm

Hofbräuhaus, Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 30, 10178 Berlin www.hofbraeu-wirtshaus.de/en/berlin We would like to invite you to dinner together with people from the geothermal industry. Join us for a great evening in Berlin’s most Bavarian inn with good Bavarian food and music. The access to the banquet dinner is included in all full passes or can be ordered separately with 1-daytickets. The Hofbräuhaus is situated 750 m from the BCC. Please use the entrance on the righthand side of the building and proceed to the 1st floor. *registration mandatory

Annual General Meeting of EGEC

Wednesday, 19/Oct/2022: 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Room 1 at Tagungszentrum am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, Weydingerstraße 14-16 / Kleine Alexanderstraße 28 Go to the EGEC Booth, at B1 to have more information


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