This month’s webinar takes place on Wednesday 24th March and we are delighted to be joined by Gioia Falcone from the University of Glasgow.
Oil and Gas Expertise for Unconventional Geothermal Opportunities
Gioia Falcone, Professor of Energy Engineering, University of Glasgow
Geothermal energy is a constant and independent form of renewable energy and plays a key role towards the decarbonisation of the energy sector. While most of the conventional hydrothermal resources have already been discovered and exploited across continents, the greatest potential for future geothermal energy production and thermal energy storage lies in unconventional settings. The oil and gas sector has developed technologies and expertise for the exploration and production of hydrocarbon systems that are directly complementary to geothermal exploitation. This talk will review the principles and uses of geothermal energy in today’s energy mix and discuss unconventional geothermal settings and engineering solutions, highlighting how hydrocarbon expertise can complement geothermal exploitation.
More details and booking here; this webinar will be held via Zoom.
Please pass this onto any of your colleagues to whom it may be of interest. We look forward to you joining us at this event.