Wednesday, October 16, 2019 1:01 pm

The objective of this project is to use a multi-disciplinary, three-tiered approach to assess the geothermal resource and determine the feasibility of implementing a large-scale, direct-use facility for the Hawthorne Army Depot (HAD) and the various town and county facilities in Hawthorne, Nevada. This assessment directly targets a geothermal resource recently characterized by the Navy Geothermal Program Office (GPO) as part of a focused exploration and development campaign.

This data set contains: Excel file of the temperature at depth logs; Zip file containing shapefiles of gravity magnitude and base data for the Hawthorne Geothermal area; Word doc files containing HWAD geothermal report, figures and local stratigraphy; Zip folder containing PDF files of relevant HWAD document; Zip folder containing JPEGs of the John Oldow maps; Zip folder containing MXDs, xls, and dbf files of the Hawthorne Geothermal area and figures; Zip folder containing Hawthorne Geothermal data from Epsilon Zip folder containing MXDs, xls, and dbf files of the Hawthorne Geothermal area and figures.

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Wednesday, October 16, 2019 1:01 pm

Geologic map associated with the Nevada Play Fairway project. Includes Sinter and Tufa location, slip and dilation tendency, Quaternary faults, and LiDAR. Geologic map package of Granite Springs Valley, NV

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Wednesday, October 16, 2019 1:01 pm

This data is associated with the Nevada Play Fairway project and contains 2D seismic profile data in cropped jpegs and tiffs, both interpreted and uninterpreted. Seismic data owned or controlled by Seismic Exchange, Inc.; interpretation is that of the University of Nevada, Reno.
Cropped 2D seismic

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Wednesday, October 16, 2019 1:01 pm

All raw data for new data acquired, key grids such as CBA and horizontal derivative, acquisition report, and depth models. This gravity data is associated with the Nevada Play Fairway project. Gravity data along line UNR2017. Includes tide and free air corrections

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Wednesday, October 16, 2019 1:01 pm

This data is associated with the Nevada Play Fairway project and contains the entire package of LiDAR data for Granite Springs Valley. ArcGIS layer package

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019 12:35 pm

The steel pipe experiment conducted in the lab was using 6 meter low-carbon steel pipe. We tested it with both dry and in-water condition. In the dry experimental setup, a coaxial cable acting as a return path in the air. Plot of data associated with TDR experiment on the steel pipe at the dry condition with short termination.

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019 12:35 pm

The objective of this field test is to validate several technologies for non-invasive well integrity assessment using existing wells with a known completion. The tests were made at the Cymric oil field, which is a steam flood operation. The wells therefore undergo similar downhole conditions as geothermal wells. The Cymric field is mainly a cyclic steam operation where wells are 1000-15-00 ft in depth and the reservoir occupies the bottom 400ft. The maximum temperatures can exceed 500 degrees F and the well spacing is very close, often less than 50m. The field plan consisted of applying the Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) method to the wells. The input voltages were set as 70 V shows the TDR responses at frequencies of 450 kHz, 2500 kHz, and 4500 kHz. There is a summary report will full information about the field tests. TDR response of 450 kHz were made on the final morning in well TO15-5, using TO15-6 as a return electrode. The input voltage was set as 70V. We can set a TDR return at 1.8 – 2 µs, which is the reflection at about 738—862 ft deep. The shape of the TDR return indicates this is an open termination. Based on our knowledge of the well structure, this return is from the end of the production string.

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019 12:35 pm

Cymric oil field frequency domain electromagnetic (FEM) data with two parts of data labeled Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 utilizes an electrical source line parallel to the receiver line, while Part 2 utilizes an electrical source line at a 75 deg angle to the receiver line. Data are plotted and compared to numerically modeled data to observe electric field response to well structure. In two configuration files are diagrams of the experiment layout.
Cymric field FEM numerical modeling data from Part 1 using a 5 Hz source frequency. Data is provided as distance form wellhead (m) and Ex field amplitude (V/m).

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019 12:34 pm

The steel pipe experiment conducted in the lab was using 6 meter low-carbon steel pipe. We tested it with both dry and in-water condition. In the dry experimental setup, a coaxial cable acting as a return path in the air. Data associated with TDR experiment on the steel pipe with open termination when the pipe is in the water tank.

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019 12:34 pm

The steel pipe experiment conducted in the lab was using 6 meter low-carbon steel pipe. We tested it with both dry and in-water condition. In the dry experimental setup, a coaxial cable acting as a return path in the air. Plot comparing the TDR response between open and short termination on the dry steel pipe.

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019 12:34 pm

The coaxial-cable experiment conducted in the lab was with 80 m coaxial cable( RG-85). This experiment compares the TDR response between damaged and undamaged cable. For the damaged cable, the damaged section is in the middle (40 m). The amplitude of the data is mV with time(us).
Summary of the experiment. The amplitude of the data is mV.

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019 12:34 pm

Cymric oil field frequency domain electromagnetic (FEM) data with two parts of data labeled Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 utilizes an electrical source line parallel to the receiver line, while Part 2 utilizes an electrical source line at a 75 deg angle to the receiver line. Data are plotted and compared to numerically modeled data to observe electric field response to well structure. In two configuration files are diagrams of the experiment layout.
Survey setting from Part 1 shown as a diagram of well 2-8, ground elevation, and receiver locations. Source configuration is described as well.

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019 12:34 pm

The coaxial-cable experiment conducted in the lab was with 80 m coaxial cable( RG-85). This experiment compares the TDR response between damaged and undamaged cable. For the damaged cable, the damaged section is in the middle (40 m). The amplitude of the data is mV with time(us).
TDR response of the undamaged 20m coaxial cable with shorted termination. The amplitude of the data is mV with time(us).

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019 12:34 pm

The steel pipe experiment conducted in the lab was using 6 meter low-carbon steel pipe. We tested it with both dry and in-water condition. In the dry experimental setup, a coaxial cable acting as a return path in the air. Plot of data associated with TDR experiment on the steel pipe at the dry condition with open termination.

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019 12:33 pm

For the model calculation we applied EM3D using completion diagram of CaMI site and a background resistivity consistent with the borehole logs. It was also important to use the accurate position of the return electrode. We note that for the data fit the code also incorporated well casings for well INJ and the other observation well, either OB1 or OB2, in the calculation.

In summary, we demonstrate here, for this particular case, that the DC results may be a reasonable approximation to the low frequency EM data collected at CaMI. If this approximation continues to hold, then the extreme computational efficiency offered by the hierarchical modeling used in the DC simulations will permit us to explore far more model complexity, especially the pervasive and troublesome data artifacts that arise when doing EM surveys in mature, culturally developed sites.

In Brief, both the low frequency and DC simulation codes provided very consistent results that match the field data really well, indicating their capability to help monitoring borehole integrity with the low frequency EM method. Field low frequency EM data for excitation of Observation Well 2 using a 5 Hz source frequency. Data is provided as distance form wellhead (m), Ex field amplitude (V/m), and Ex phase (degrees)..

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