DEEPEGS WGC2020 proceedings accepted

Researchers working on DEEPEGS received information that there were 32 peer review proceedings accepted to be presented during the event.

UPDATE: WGC2020 has been postponed until May 21-27, 2021 and at this stage, we do not know how many proceedings and posters will be presented.

The full list of accepted WGC2020 proceedings:

  1. 3D Resistivity Model (MT) of Reykjanes High-Temperature Field in SW Iceland           
    Ragna KARLSDOTTIR, Hjalti FRANZSON, Arnar Mar VILHJALMSSON, Egill Arni GUDNASON
    Iceland GeoSurvey, Iceland, 13003, Geophysics
  2. Active Basalt Alteration at Supercritical Conditions in IDDP-2 Drill Core, Reykjanes, Iceland
    Robert ZIERENBERG, Guðmundur Ó. FRIÐLEIFSSON, Wilfred ELDERS, Peter SCHIFFMAN, Andrew FOWLER, and Mark REED
    University California Davis, USA, 14154, Geochemistry
  3. Assessment of Geothermal Well Productivity Improvement Technologies: an Overview from the DEEPEGS Project
    Mariane Peter-Borie and DEEPEGS Team
    BRGM France, 31025 EGS – Enhanced Geothermal Systems, Poster
  4. Comparative Analysis of Energy Extraction Systems for High Temperature, High-Pressure Geothermal Steam Considering Silica Precipitation
    Silje BORDVIK, Erling NÆSS,
    NTNU, Norway, 37021   Advanced Technology Magma, Geopressure, Poster 4
  5. Composition of Reservoir Fluids in Well IDDP-2
    Finnbogi  ÓSKARSSON
    Iceland GeoSurvey, Iceland, 14124, Geochemistry
  6. Drilling Into the Roots of the Reykjanes Geothermal Field – the IDDP-2 Drilling Project
    Tobias B. WEISENBERGER, Björn S. HARÐARSON, Kiflom G. MESFIN, Gunnlaugur M. EINARSSON, Steinþór NÍELSSON, Robert A. ZIERENBERG, Guðmundur Ó. FRIÐLEIFSSON
    Iceland GeoSurvey, Iceland, 37007, Advanced Technology Magma, Geopressure, Poster 4
  7. Estimating Flow Performance of IDDP-2/DEEPEGS Well by Introducing Local Injectivity Indexes for Different Reservoir Depths;
    Sturla Sæther,
    Equinor, Norway, 22045, Reservoir Engineering
  8. Fluid Inclusions in the Deepest Part of the IDDP-2 Drill Core, Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland
    Eniko BALI, Laszlo E. ARADI, Abel, SZABO, Robert A. ZIERENBERG, Gudmundur O. FRIDLEIFSSON, Csaba SZABO
    University of Iceland, Iceland, 14053, Geochemistry
  9. Heat Transfer and Flow Paths in the Deep Part of the IDDP-2 Well in Reykjanes, SW Iceland
    Saeunn HALLDORSDOTTIR, Egill Árni GUDNASON, Inga BERRE, Eirik KEILEGAVLEN, Valdís GUDMUNDSDOTTIR, Gunnar ÞORGILSSON and Gudni AXELSSON
    Iceland GeoSurvey, Iceland, 31094, EGS – Enhanced Geothermal Systems
  10. How Hot Is the Deepest Part of the IDDP2 Well in Iceland?
    Helga TULINIUS, Steinþór NÍELSSON
    Iceland GeoSurvey, Iceland, 11050, Exploration, Exploration Drilling
  11. Hydromechanical Modelling of the Hydraulic Stimulation of a Fault Zone as Deep Geothermal Target
    Arnold BLAISONNEAU, Julie MAURY, Antoine ARMANDINE LES LANDES, Théophile GUILLON
    BRGM France, 31087, EGS – Enhanced Geothermal Systems
  12. Hydrothermal Simulation in a Fault Zone: Impacts of Stimulation Methods
    Antoine ARMANDINELESLANDES, Julie MAURY, Mariane PETER-BORIE, Arnold BLAISONNEAU, Van Hieu TRAN, Pierre DURST, Théophile GUILLON, Annick LOSCHETTER and Simon LOPEZ
    BRGM France, 31057, EGS – Enhanced Geothermal Systems, Poster
  13. IDDP-2 DEEPEGS Exploitation Options  
    Kristjan SIGURDSSON, Reynir. JÓHANNESSON, Friðrik. FRIÐRIKSSON, Gudmundur Ómar FRIÐLEIFSSON
    HS Orka, Iceland, 8010
  14. IDDP-2 Well Head and Flow-line Design for IDDP-2
    Þorleikur JÓHANNESSON, Ragnar GUDMUNDSSON, Ómar G INGVARSSON, Geir ÞÓRÓLFSSON, Albert ALBERTSSON
    Verkis, 31008, Advanced Technology, Poster 4
  15. Imaging and Monitoring the Reykjanes Supercritical Geothermal Reservoir in Iceland with Time-Lapse CSEM and MT Measurements
    M. DARNET, P. WAWRZYNIAK, N. COPPO, S. NIELSSON, A. SCHILL, G.O. FRIDLEIFSSON
    Bureau des Recherches Géologiques et Minières, France, 13046, Geophysics
  16. Inversion of Magnetic Data for Subsurface Temperature
    Ketil Hokstad, Zuzana Alasonati Tašárová, Bjørn M. Sæther and Kati Tänavsuu-Milkeviciene
    Equinor, Norway, 13054, Geophysics
  17. Long-term Continuous Magnetotelluric Monitoring of the IDDP-2/RN-15 Engineering (Reykjanes Peninsular, Iceland)
    Nadine HAAF, Eva SCHILL, Pierre WAWRZYNIAK, Mathieu DARNET, Ragna KARLSDOTTIR, Knutur ARNASON
    Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, 13064, Geophysics, Poster 2
  18. IDDP-2 – New Multisensor Core Logger (MSCL) on Core from Supercritical Conditions
    Kiflom G. MESFIN, Tobias B. WEISENBERGER, Guðmundur Ó. FRIÐLEIFSSON
    HS Orka, Iceland, 12162, Geology, Poster
  19. Petrophysical Properties of IDDP-2 Core Samples from Depths of 3650 to 4650m
    Benoit GIBERT, Didier LOGGIA, Fleurice PARAT, David ESCOBEDO, Léa LEVY, Gudmundur Omar FRIDLEIFSSON, Robert A. ZIERENBERG, Philippe PEZARD, Nicolas MARINO
    Université de Montpellier, France, 13071, Geophysics
  20. Preliminary Results of the Seismicity Induced During the Stimulation of the Vendenheim Enhanced Geothermal System (France)
    Emmanuel GAUCHER, Marine Jolivet, Mariane PETER-BORIE
    KIT – Applied Geosciences – Geothermal Research, Germany, 31054, EGS – Enhanced Geothermal Systems
  21. Risk Management in Geothermal Projects Funding and Governance Issues
    S.G. BOGASON, G.O. FRIDLEIFSSON, H.P. INGOLFSSON
    GEORG Geothermal Research Cluster, Iceland, 6042, Case Histories, Poster
  22. Seismic Monitoring During Drilling and Stimulation of Well RN-15/IDDP-2 in Reykjanes, SW-Iceland
    Egill Á. GUÐNASON, Rike KÖPKE, Emmanuel GAUCHER, Kristján ÁGÚSTSSON, Steinþór NÍELSSON, Thomas KOHL
    Iceland GeoSurvey, Iceland, 13015, Geophysics
  23. Stimulation of the RN-15/IDDP-2 Well at Reykjanes in an Attempt to Create an EGS System
    Omar SIGURDSSON
    HS Orka, Iceland, 31010, EGS – Enhanced Geothermal Systems
  24. The IDDP Success Story – Highlights
    G.O. FRIDLEIFSSON, B. PALSSON, B. STEFANSSON, A. ALBERTSSON, Þ. GISLASON, E. GUNNLAUGSSON, J. KETILSSON, S. SAETHER. C. SÖRLIE, W.A. ELDERS, R.A. ZIERENBERG
    HS Orka, Iceland, 37000, Advanced Technology Magma, Geopressure
  25. The IDDP-2 DEEPEGS Demonstrator at Reykjanes – Overview
    G.O. FRIDLEIFSSON, A. ALBERTSSON, A. STEFANSSON, G. THOROLFSSON, K.M. GEBREHIVOT, K.V. MATTHASDOTTIR, K. SIGURDSSON, O. SIGURDSSON, Þ. GISLASON, W.A. ELDERS, R.A. ZIERENBERG, E. BALI, E.A. GUDNASON, F. OSKARSSON, T. WEISENBERGER
    HS Orka, Iceland, 31002, EGS – Enhanced Geothermal Systems
  26. The IDDP-2 DEEPEGS Drilling Experience and Lesson Learned
    Ari STEFANSSON, Gudumundur O. FRIDLEIFSSON, Þor GISLASON
    HS Orka, Iceland, 21025, Drilling and Completion Technology, Poster
  27. The Implications of the Iceland Deep Drilling Project for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Worldwide
    Wilfred A. ELDERS, Guðmundur O. FRIÐLEIFSSON, and Albert ALBERTSSON
    University of California, Riverside, USA, 5005, Sustainability and Climate Change
  28. The Importance of Successful Dissemination in the DEEPEGS Project
    Sigurdur T BJORGVINSSON, Amel BARICH, Hjalti P INGOLFSSO and Sigurdur G BOGASON
    GEORG Geothermal Research Cluster, Iceland, 31050, EGS- Enhanced Geothermal Systems
  29. The Reykjanes Geothermal System – an Extended Conceptual Model
    Steinþór NÍELSSON, Guðjón G. EGGERTSSON, Tobias B. Weisenberger, Helga TULINIUS, Egill Á. GUÐNASON, Guðmundur Ó. Friðleifsson
    Iceland GeoSurvey, Iceland, 12094, Geology
  30. Tracking Fluid Flow Between IDDP-2 and the Current Production Reservoir in the Reykjanes Geothermal System in SW-Iceland, Using Drilling Fluid as Tracer
    Gunnar ÞORGILSSON, Finnbogi ÓSKARSSON, Iwona M. GALECZKA, Guðni AXELSSON
    Iceland GeoSurvey, Iceland, 22067, Reservoir Engineering
  31. Use of Automated QEMSCAN Technique for Mineral Quantification in Reykjanes Geothermal Field, Iceland
    Claudia KRUBER, Hege FONNELAND
    Equinor ASA, Norway, 14052, Geochemistry, Poster
  32. Numerical Simulation of Temperature Logs in High-Temperature Wells: Towards the Application to the RN-15/IDDP2 Well
    Jia WANG, Fabian NITSCHKE, Emmanuel GAUCHER, Thomas KOHL
    KIT – Applied Geosciences – Geothermal Research, Germany, 11037, Exploration, Poster

 

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