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Harnessing the Earth's Potential – Advancing Geothermal Technology and Natural Energy for a Sustainable Future

Monday, 23 September
215 - 216
Technical Session
Geothermal energy is a clean, renewable, and reliable power source that harnesses Earth's natural heat for electricity and various applications, with minimal emissions. Geothermal energy is a crucial player in combating climate change and promoting sustainable energy. This session dives into the potential of geothermal energy by exploring advancements of new knowledge to utilize Earth's natural heat for clean electricity, while discussing recent exploration advancements, real-world world case studies, responsible development strategies, and its role in a sustainable energy future.
Session Chairpersons
Joseph Spencer - Baker Hughes
Liz Valbuena Zambrano - Independent
Sergio Rondon Fajardo - Schlumberger - WIS
  • 1400-1425 221069
    Unraveling Damage Variables In Hot Dry Rocks: An Optical Investigation Of Geothermal Rocks From UTAH FORGE
    F. Nath, E. Cabezudo Rojas, Texas A&M International University
  • 1425-1450 220806
    Long-term Injection And Production Experimental Research On Geothermal Extraction In Hot Dry Rock From Gonghe Basin, Qinghai Province,china
    H. Zhu, P. Zhao, S. Chen, chengdu university of technology
  • 1450-1515 220902
    Heat Extraction Through An Advanced Closed-loop Geothermal System
    S. Liu, A. Dahi Taleghani, The Pennsylvania State University
  • 1545-1610 220812
    Determination Of Production Potentials Of Geothermal Resources For Rapid Exploration And Development Decisions
    G. Jin, H. Kwak, A. Yousef, Saudi Aramco PE&D
  • 1610-1635 220755
    Repurposing Depleted Wells For Geomechanical Pumped Storage
    F. Al Balushi, A. Dahi Taleghani, Pennsylvania State University
  • 1635-1700 220891
    Drilling Fluid Design For Safe, Efficient Resource Delineation In Hpht Geothermal Reservoirs
    M. Bageri, Newpark Fluids Systems
  • Alternate 220717
    Thermal And Flow Modeling Of Gas Lift Applications In Liquid-dominated Geothermal Wells
    O. Khankishiyev, S. Salehi, University of Oklahoma; H. Karami, C. Vivas, University of Oklahoma MPGE; R. Nygaard, University of Oklahoma
  • Alternate 220890
    Comparative Analysis Of Enhanced Geothermal Systems Completion Techniques: A Ranking Approach With Reservoir And Fracturing Simulations
    A. Algarhy, Marietta College; M. Adel Gabry, University of Houston; A.G. Ramadan, Khalda Petroleum Company (Apache Egypt JV); A. Ibrahim, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals; N. Darraj, Imperial College London; M. Soliman, University of Houston
  • Alternate 220844
    Assessment Of Geothermal And Hydrocarbon Wells Using Supercritical Fluids For Heat Production
    R. Ratnakar, Shell Intl E&P, Inc.; S. Livescu, Bedrock Energy; B. Dindoruk, University of Houston
  • Alternate 220765
    Utilization Of Supercritical CO2 Foams For Controlled Stimulation Of Geothermal Reservoirs
    Y. Samarkin, A. Radhakrishnan, M. Prodanovic, D. DiCarlo, The University of Texas At Austin

Prepare for an Unforgettable Opening Session!

Through an insightful discussion, we aim to provide a comprehensive understanding of the past, present, and future of innovation within the Oil & Gas industry, inspiring a new era of energy professionals committed to shaping a resilient and sustainable energy landscape.