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13. nóvember 2018

GEORG Geothermal Workshop, GGW2018

Merki jarðvarmaráðstefnu GEORG

ÍSOR will be at the 2nd GEORG Geothermal Workshop, GGW2018, in Reykjavik from 14–15 November 2018. The event aims to change the geothermal mindset with a Smart Geothermal Future theme by building the bridge between science and industry, displaying their achievements and spreading knowledge.

The following scientific papers will be presented at the GGW 2018 by ÍSOR scientists:

Wednesday Nov 14, 2018

  • Opening session
     Ingólfur Örn Þorbjörnsson Head of Geothermal Engineering
  • Chair: Upstream – Modelling
     Steinunn Hauksdóttir Director Natural Resources
  • Composition of reservoir fluids in well IDDP-2 / DEEPEGS
    Finnbogi Óskarsson Chemist
  • Modelling of conditions close to geothermal heat sources
    Sæunn Halldórsdóttir Head of Geosciences
  • Unknown geothermal resources in the axial rift zone
    Ólafur Flovenz Chief Executive Officer 
  • GEOWELL – INNOVATIVE MATERIALS AND DESIGNS FOR LONG-LIFE HIGH-TEMPERATURE GEOTHERMAL WELLS
    Árni Ragnarsson Engineer
  • Induced Seismicity during Reinjection of Wastewater in Hellishedi Geothermal Field, SW Iceland
    Sigridur Kristjansdottir Geophysicist

Thursday Nov 15, 2018

  • Water-rock interaction at a gabbro boundary
    Hjalti Franzson geologist
  • Tracking hydrogen sulphur circulations by means of complex electrical resistivity: field and laboratory investigations at the Krafla volcano, Iceland
    Léa Lévy geologist
  • Conceptual model of Krafla
    Knútur Árnason Chief Geophysicist
  • Combined Heat, Power and Metal extraction
    Vigdís Harðardóttir Geochemist
  • Radial jet drilling stimulation in well HN-13 in Botn, Iceland
    Gunnar Skúlason Kaldal Engineer

Posters:   

  • Using Slim-Wells for Geothermal Exploration and Production
    Bjarni Richter Director Geothermal Energy, Sverrir Þórhallsson and Þóroddur Sigurðsson (Mannvit)
  • The Geothermal Area of Gráuhnúkar/Meitlar
    Helga Margrét Helgadóttir geologist, Sigurður G. Kristinsson, Ásdís Benediktsdóttir, Auður Agla Óladóttir and Steinþór Níelsson