Geothermal energy

Capability development for the energy sector

Geothermal energy is a renewable, continuous and flexible energy source for direct use as heat and/or electricity supply. Resources of geothermal energy can be found worldwide; however, only a fraction of its true potential has been explored due to historical barriers (both technical and non-technical) in the industry.

We support clients to meet the challenges of developing geothermal energy and capitalise on its untapped potential.

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Scheduled on the 2024 NTA Program

  • N580: Exploration and Development of Deep Aquifer Geothermal for Direct Heat Use

    Direct use geothermal has the potential to make a significant contribution to the decarbonisation of heating and cooling. For geothermal to become a more widely used sustainable resource will require an acute awareness of the uncertainties and risks associated with the exploration and exploitation of them. Participants will gain an appreciation of the entire lifecycle of developing direct use geothermal resources.

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Subject areas under development

Fluid dynamic and thermal modelling, hydrogeology and groundwater modelling, mining hydrology and hydrogeology, geomechanics, subsurface geophysics and modelling, geochemistry, repurposing oil and gas fields for geothermal, well design and full-cycle economics.

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