Congress programme

The congress schedule day by day is available below. Please note that the schedule only displays the parallel sessions within the main congress programme. Information about side events will be available in a separate page. The sessions are organised in three main streams:

  • Policy & Markets (P)
  • Science (S)
  • Technology, Innovation, and Best Practices (T)

Authors can use their submission ID (indicated before the presentation title) to check the slot they have been allocated.

The full list of papers can be consulted here.

Guidelines for oral and poster presentations are available at the page: INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS

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Timing Programme
10:00 Exhibition Setup for sponsors
15:00 Exhibition setup and booth furnishing for all exhibitors

Registration desks open

18:00

Welcome cocktail


 

10:00

Opening Ceremony

11:30 Coffee break
12:00

Opening Ceremony

12:45 Lunch break
14:00

Opening of Exhibition and Poster Display


Session 1A

Session 1B

Session 1C

Session 1D

S – Resource classification
S – Exploration (Upper Rhine Grabben)
T – Power
T – Geothermal Heat Pumps (1)
14:15 (118) Regional and country-level assessments of geothermal energy potential based on UNFC principles (109) Contribution of the SWIR signal to the argilitic signature of permeable fracture zones in the granitic basement. Overview of Soultz, Rittershoffen and Illkirch wells, France. (51) THE REYKJANES DEEPEGS DEMONSTRATION WELL – IDDP-2 (162) ESTIMATION OF SHALLOW GEOTHERMAL ENERGY POTENTIAL AT URBAN SCALE
14:35 (119) EVALUATING THE SOUTH GERMAN MOLASSES BASIN – GEOTHERMAL POTENTIAL BY MEANS OF THE UNFC 2009 CLASSIFICATION (169) SAINT PIERRE BOIS AND RINGELBACH, ANALOG SITES OF THE PERMO-TRIASSIC COVER / HERCYNIAN BASEMENT TRANSITION IN THE UPPER RHINE GRABEN (117) A decade of commercial geothermal production from the Pico Vermelho power plant, Sao Miguel Island, Azores (233) A new effort to address shallow geothermal energy supply in the built environment: H2020-project GEO4CIVHIC
14:55 (177) New classification of high temperature geothermal systems based on 110 geothermal systems (205) LONG TERM SEISMICITY MONITORING OF THE RITTERSHOFFEN DEEP GEOTHERMAL RESERVOIR (194) HYBRID COOLING OF GOETHERMAL PLANTS BASED ON GROUNDWATER COOLING: FIRST SIMULATION RESULTS AND TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY (55) WPSOURCE – COMPARISON OF HEAT SOURCES FOR HEAT PUMPS
15:15 (247) DUTCH GEOTHERMAL RESOURCE REPORTING. A FIRST ATTEMPT OF DUTCH NATIONWIDE GEOTHERMAL RESOURCE USING THE UNFC RESOURCE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM. STATUS DATE JANUARY 2019. (216) Contribution of large-scale faults on hydrothermal circulation in deep geothermal reservoir in the Upper Rhine Graben (324) Geothermal power plant compliance and operational safety (313) IEA HPT ANNEX 52 – GSHP LONG-TERM PERFORMANCE
15:35 (132) APPLICATION OF THE UNFC CLASSIFICATION TO OPEN-LOOP GROUND SOURCE HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS: A CASE STUDY (352) RESISTIVITY IMAGE UNDER GRT1-2 GEOTHERMAL DOUBLET OF THE RITTERSHOFFEN EGS PROJECT AS REVEALED BY MAGNETOTELLURIC (254) A Lookback on 20 Years of Production at the Rotokawa Geothermal Field, New Zealand (228) Project GEOCOND: Advanced materials and processes to improve performance and cost-efficiency of Shallow Geothermal systems and Underground Thermal Storage
15:55 Coffee break

Session 2A

Session 2B

Session 2C

Session 2D

T – Operation
S – Exploration (1)
P – Financing
T – Heating and Cooling Technologies
16:30 (52) MAST : A FINE MESH TRANSIENT MULTIPHASE CODE FOR GEOTHERMAL FLUID NETWORKS SIMULATION (21) UNITED DOWNS DEEP GEOTHERMAL POWER PROJECT, UK (107) Application of a novel geological risk mitigation scheme in the Danube Region (71) Reutilization of Mine Water for Heating and cooling in the Abandoned Colliery Dannenbaum in Bochum
16:50 (183) THERMAL ROCK WEAKENING AND DRILLING BASED LASER TECHNOLOGIES FOR HARD ROCK AND GEOTHERMAL APPLICATIONS (210) Northern Alsace (France): the largest geothermal exploration by 3D seismic reflection (244) RISK MITIGATION AND INSURANCE SCHEMES ADAPTED TO MARKET MATURITY: THE RIGHT SCHEME FOR MY MARKET (294) EFFICIENT MODELLING OF FLOW AND HEAT IN ABANDONED FLOODED MINES COUPLED TO PARAMETERS ESTIMATION: CASE STUDY HEERLEN, THE NETHERLANDS
17:10 (249) REAMING CALCITE DEPOSITS OF WELL PV8 WHILE DISCHARGING: A SUCCESFULL OPERATION AT RIBEIRA GRANDE GEOTHERMAL FIELD, SÃO MIGUEL ISLAND, AZORES (156) A Numerical Study of Deep Borehole Heat Exchangers Efficiency in Unconventional Geothermal Settings (353) ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES AND CERTIFICATION SCHEME FOR GEOTHERMAL SYSTEMS IN THE NETHERLANDS (309) Low-temperature heating and cooling grids based on shallow geothermal methods for urban areas
17:30 (39) DEEP GEOTHERMAL PLANTS OPERATION IN UPPER RHINE GRABEN: LESSONS LEARNED
(339) SUBHORIZONTAL WELL ARCHITECTURE ENHANCES HEAT PRODUCTION. THE CACHAN MILESTONE
(358) Grid Scale Energy Storage using CO2 in Sedimentary Basins: the Cost of Power Flexibility (29) Energy piles in the Netherlands: Geotechnical behaviour
17:50 (293) OPERATIONS UPDATE OF EUROPEAN GEOTHERMAL BINARY UNITS DELIVERED BY TURBODEN. (159) One year of passive seismic monitoring of the Los Humeros (Mexico) geothermal field (242) INNOVATION AND COMPETITIVENESS OF THE GEOTHERMAL HEATING AND COOLING SECTOR (230) Project Geo:base – Energetical and ecological optimization of strategies for operation and control of complex energy supply systems based on shallow geothermal energy in commercial and non-residential buildings
18:10
19:00

Banquet Dinner


09:00 Semi-Plenary 1A

Technological trends in Deep Geothermal

Semi-Plenary 1B

Technological trends in Shallow Geothermal

10:30 Coffee break

Session 3A

Session 3B

Session 3C

Session 3D

S – Exploration (play types)
H2020: European R&D
S – Power&Heat conversion
T – UTES (1)
11:00 (60) Refinement of the geothermal play type concept by comparison of two foreland basins (81) THE GEOTHERMAL SEARCH ENGINE (306) Batch and flow-through leaching of different metallic rocks under geothermal reservoir circumstances (78) HEATSTORE: HIGH TEMPERATURE UNDERGROUND THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE
11:20 (77) PARAMETER INTERDEPENDENCY IN ENERGY AND ECONOMIC OUTPUT OF A GEOTHERMAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY (154) DESCRAMBLE – Drilling (101) TECHNO-ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF A SOLID BIOMASS RETROFIT OF AN AIR-COOLED  ORC GEOTHERMAL POWER PLANT (197) AQUIFER THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE FOR UNIVERSITIES
11:40 (113) NEW HARMONIZED METHOD FOR OUTLINING TRANSBOUNDARY GEOTHERMAL RESERVOIRS AND RESOURCE ASSESSMENT (350) GEMex: Cooperation in Geothermal energy research Europe-Mexico for development of Enhanced Geothermal Systems and Superhot Geothermal Systems (121) EVALUATION OF DIFFERENT POWER PLANT CONCEPTS FOR GEOTHERMAL HEAT AND POWER PRODUCTION (220) ATES SMART GRIDS: OPTIMAL USE OF SUBSURFACE SPACE IN HIGH DENSITY ATES AREAS
12:00 (338) PLAY-BASED PORTFOLIO APPROACH FOR GEOTHERMAL DEVELOPMENT: 6 ADVANTAGES (329) CHPM2030 – Novel concept of combined heat, power and metal extraction from geothermal brines (123) Geothermal power plant case study for a new ORC plant including CO2 reinjection (289) State of the art of HT-ATES in The Netherlands
12:20 (140) INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH FOR A GEOTHERMAL CARBONATE RESERVOIR (195) DEEPEGS PROJECT MANAGEMENT – LESSONS LEARNED (374) Geothermally Sourced Combined Power and Freshwater Generation for Eastern Africa (Combi-Gen) (262) ATES systems performance in practice
12:40 Lunch break

13:45

Poster Session


Session 4A

Session 4B

Session 4C

Session 4D

T – Environmental Impacts and Solutions
S – Exploration (carboniferous)
T  -Corrosion and Scaling
T – Geothermal Heat Pumps (2)
14:15 (246) GEOENVI: TACKLING THE ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS FOR DEPLOYING GEOTHERMAL ENERGY IN EUROPE (145) LOWER CARBONIFEROUS LIMESTONE RESEVOIR IN NORTHERN BELGIUM: THE BALMATT PROJECT (19) INNOVATIVE FLUID SYSTEM FOR DISSOLVING LEAD SCALES – FLUID DEVELOPMENT AND FIELD TRIAL IN A GEOTHERMAL WELL (139) A novel model for the estimation of thermal influence of neighbouring borehole heat exchangers
14:35 (112) MEET PROJECT: TOWARD THE SPREADING OF EGS ACROSS EUROPE (134) Fracturation of Lower Carboniferous carbonates in the Campine-Brabant Basin (N Belgium, S Netherlands, W Germany): borehole analyses (22) Scale and Corrosion Control Program, Example of two geothermal plants in operation in the Upper Thine Valley Graben (385) ECONOMIC, GEOLOGICAL AND TECHNICAL POTENTIAL MAPPING TEST IN EUROPE FOR GSHP SYSTEMS
14:55 (142) DEVELOPMENT OF URBAN GEOTHERMAL SYSTEMS: HOW TO PROMOTE A SUSTAINABLE APPROACH? (303) CHARACTERISATION OF FAULT ZONES AS GEOTHERMAL TARGETS IN THE DEEP NORTH ALPINE FORELAND BASIN (SOUTHERN BAVARIAN MOLASSE BASIN) (23) (ENVIRONMENTAL) IMPACT OF INHIBITORS APPLIED IN THE GEOTHERMAL SECTOR IN THE NETHERLANDS (295) THERMAL RESPONSE TEST PERFORMANCE EVALUATION WITH NON IDEAL OR NOISY INPUT SIGNALS
15:15 (217) Tracing the impact of geothermal plants in the Monte Amiata area, Tuscany, Italy: evidence from Hg contents in stream sediments and tree barks (382) ULTRA DEEP GEOTHERMAL PROGRAM IN THE NETHERLANDS (27) COMBINED APPLICATION OF INHIBITORS FOR SCALE AND CORROSION MITIGATION: LESSONS LEARNED (278) Effects of climate on thermal and physical properties of soils
15:35 (368) TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT OF LARGE SCALE GROUNDWATER-COOLING SYSTEMS FOR LOW TEMPERATURE GEOTHERMAL POWER PLANTS (73) FACIES ANALYSIS OF AN UPPER JURASSIC CARBONATE GEOTHERMAL RESERVOIR (40) Integrated scale management (115) SEQUENTIAL COUPLED SIMULATION OF A DUAL SOURCE HEAT PUMP AND SHALLOW GEOTHERMAL RESERVOIR
15:55 Coffee break

Session 5A

Session 5B

Session 5C

Session 5D

S – Stimulation (1)
S – Exploration (magmatic)
S – Reservoir Engineering (1)
P – Public perception and social aspects
16:30 (49) WELL TESTING OF MULTI-LATERAL WELLS USING A SEMI-ANALYTICAL MODEL (56) Imaging and monitoring the Reykjanes supercritical geothermal reservoir  in Iceland with time-lapse CSEM and MT measurements (100) Estimation of geothermal well discharges with artificial neural networks (14) GEOTHERMAL SOCIETIES: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
16:50 (65) HYDRAULIC-MECHANICAL CHARACTERISATION OF  GEOTHERMAL RESERVOIR ROCKS (240) MODELING NATURAL STEADY- STATE OF SUPER HOT GEOTHERMAL RESERVOIR AT LOS HUMEROS, MEXICO (104) PRE-OPERATIONAL RISK STUDY IN DEEP GEOTHERMAL MODELING: INSIGHTS FROM A DUAL MEDIUM SYNTHETIC MODEL (136) TOWARDS SOCIAL ACCEPTANCE OF GEOTHERMAL ENERGY POWER PLANTS
17:10 (75) Experimental load cycling int he brittle field produces a more distributed fracture network (85) Understanding supercritical resources in continental crust (141) Microbiology in geothermal operations (256) HOW TO WIN SOCIAL ACCEPTABILITY the French geothermal industry approach
17:30 (84) Novel Productivity Enhancement Concept for a Sustainable Utilization of a Geothermal Resource – The SURE Project (260) INTEGRATED MULTI-PHYSICS WORKFLOW FOR GEOTHERMAL EXPLORATION IN TURKEY (155) INJECTION-TRIGGERED OCCLUSION OF FLOW PATHWAYS AND ITS REMEDIATION IN MEZÖBERENY-HUNGARY (267) French press coverage of geothermal energy, 2002 – 2018
17:50 (212) ASSESSMENT OF THE STIMULATION SCENARIOS BY NUMERICAL MODELLING (301) Assessing the role of pull-apart basins for high enthalpy geothermal resources in transcurrent tectonic setting: California and Sumatra compared (180) IMPACT OF CO2 CO-INJECTION ON GEOTHERMAL PERFORMANCE (323) THE DEVELOPMENT MODEL OF TUSCAN GEOTHERMAL AREAS: A BEST PRACTICE EXAMPLE TO USE A RESOURCE IN A SUSTAINABLE WAY
18:10
18:10

EGEC Annual General Meeting (AGM) and dinner

EGEC Members only


09:00

Country updates

09:20 Semi-Plenary 2A

Perspectives for the geothermal market

Semi-Plenary 2B

From science to business: perspectives for deep geothermal research

10:30 Coffee break

Session 6A

Session 6B

Session 6C

Session 6D

Session 6E

S – Exploration (regional assessment)
S – Exploration (clastic)
S – Geothermal wells
S – Induced seismicity
T – Technologies and Innovation
11:00 (130) CREATING SHALLOW GEOTHERMAL POTENTIAL MAPS FOR FINLAND (129) Hydraulic Characterization of Potential Geothermal Reservoirs in the North German Basin (28) EFFICCIENT MONITORING OF WELLS USED FOR DIRECT USE (165) Induced seismicity in the Reykjanes geothermal reservoir, Iceland – seismic event monitoring, characterization and clustering (198) TOWARDS AN OPTIMIZED OPERATION OF THE EGS SOULTZ-SOUS-FORETS POWER PLANT (UPPER RHINE GRABEN, FRANCE)
11:20 (179) DANUBE REGION GEOTHERMAL STRATEGY AND INFORMATION SYSTEM TO SUPPORT THE DECARBONISATION OF THE HEATING SECTOR (191) Application of the gravity method to constrain geological structures of geothermal interest in the Geneva Basin (68) PROPERTIES OF WELL CEMENTS FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE GEOTHERMAL WELLS (184) INSIGHTS FROM GLOBAL CASES OF INDUCED SEISMICITY FOR GEOTHERMAL ENERGY PRODUCTION IN THE NETHERLANDS (243) Eutectic Freeze Crystallization (EFC): A cool solution for processing geothermal waste brines?
11:40 (226) ThermoGIS update: A renewed view on geothermal potential in the Netherlands (221) RESERVOIR PREDICTION AND RISK ASSESSMENT OF HYDROTHERMAL
RESERVOIRS IN THE NORTH GERMAN BASIN – COMBINING DEEP SUBSURFACE RESERVOIR MAPPING WITH MONTE-CARLO SIMULATION
(206) Modelling the effect of hydraulic stimulation strategies on fault reactivation and induced seismicity (305) ASSESSMENT OF PERFORMANCE AND COSTS OF CO2 PLUME GEOTHERMAL (CPG) SYSTEMS
12:00 (342) GEOTHERMAL DERISKING. HOW TO LEARN AND SUCCEED FROM FAILURE STORIES (275) Temperature model of the shallow subsurface of the Netherlands (103) RELIABILITY-BASED CASING DESIGN FOR GEOTHERMAL WELLS (282) Semi-analytical fault injection model: effect of fault roughness and injection scheme on induced seismicity (311) LEARNING FROM THE OIL & GAS INDUSTRY: LEVERAGING INNOVATION AND INTEGRATION TO REDUCE THE RISK AND COST OF GEOTHERMAL PROJECTS
12:20 (89) AMBIENT NOISE SEISMIC REFLECTION INTERFEROMETRY AT THE LOS HUMEROS GEOTHERMAL FIELD, MEXICO (298) Exploration and monitoring with distributed acoustic sensing at the EGS site Gross Schonebeck (327) Integrity monitoring of geothermal wells using fiber optic distributed strain sensing techniques (304) Multi-fracture propagation in porous medium under shear stimulation of fluid flow (312) Impacts of the Dutch geothermal innovation roadmap
12:40 Lunch break
13:45

Poster Session


Session 7A

Session 7B

Session 7C

Session 7D

Session 7E

T – Exploration&Planning
S – Exploration (2)
S – Reservoir Engineering (2)
S – Stimulation (2)
T – UTES (2)
14:15 (35) Germany’s Deepest Hydro-Geothermal Doublet, Drilling Challenges and Conclusions for the Design of Future Wells (7) Shallow and Deep rocks as potential sources of geothermal energy in Denmark (181) Hydraulic connectivity in Pannonian Sandstones of the Mezobereny geothermal doublet (34) Radial Jet Drilling Stimulation in Geothermal Wells (167) ELI-NP MAGURELE ROMANIA – THE LARGEST SHALLOW GEOTHERMAL SYSTEM IN EUROPE
14:35 (72) 3D SEISMIC FOR DESIGN & DERISKING OF DUAL GEOTHERMAL BOREHOLES IN SEDIMENTARY SEQUENCES (26) Early Geothermal Exploration in The Netherlands, 1980 – 2000 (276) Enhanced fluid convection and heat transfer near the bottom of the IDDP-1 well in Krafla (99) A fast model for THM processes in geothermal applications (64) THE UTILIZATION OF THE FORMER MARKGRAF II COLLIERY AS A MINE THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE
14:55 (149) 4D GeomechanicalL Simulations (VISAGETM) to Evaluate Potential Stress Relocation in a Geothermal Targeted Fault System in Munich (South Germany) (255) Quantifying the effect of single fractures on the thermal performance of borehole heat exchangers (286) MODELING ABIOTIC H2 GENERATION FROM THE GRANITE BASEMENT IN THE SOULTZ-SOUS-FORETS GEOTHERMAL SYSTEM, RHINE GRABEN, FRANCE (47) POTENTIAL OF WELL STIMULATION USING SMALL-DIAMETER LATERALS IN GEOTHERMAL RESERVOIRS (224) Potentials and Challenges of Borehole Thermal Energy Storage in Solar District Heating Grids
15:15 (182) Game changing technology in seismic imaging applied to geothermal industry (283) Geothermal potential of crustal fault zones: case of the Pontgibaud fault (French Massif Central) (378) GEOTHERMAL RESERVOIR MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF THE UPPER JURASSIC AQUIFER FOR DISTRICT HEATING IN THE CITY OF MUNICH (GERMANY) (328) Medium Deep Borehole Thermal Energy Storage Systems – Economic and Environmental Impact
15:40

Closing Ceremony

16:30
ETIP-DG Annual Conference 2019

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