TheNgawha geothermalfield is different to otherNew Zealand fields, in its location, geology and pressure responses. Reservoirproperties relevant to modelling are reviewed, including pressures, temperatures and pressure transient modelling. The potential f
Bulletin containing information on the potential value of the varied stone resources in North Carolina
Land application of wastewater has been promoted as a most viable alternative to direct discharging to rivers and lakes. Vermont leads in land based modes of disposal. While our surface water quality has greatly improved as a result, increasing attention must be directed to the effects of waste disposal on groundwater, the source of most Vermonters' drinking water. For more information on this resource and accessibility options please see the links provided. Paper in the Vermont Geological Society quarterly newsletter - Green Mountain Geologist, Winter 1985. Volume 11, Number 4, page 74 of 107 in PDF.
An integrated resource assessment of the Greater Tongonan geothermal field was conducted using the volumetric stored heat method. The Greater Tongonan field covers an area of about 40 sq. km., encompassing the current Mahiao-Sambaloran production sector (
Modelling the evolution of a mine pit in a geothermal field at Lihir Island, Papua New Guinea
The symposium dealt with the state of the art of injection of fluids underground, and its application to geothermal systems in particular. . Library ID#=oitGHC_0340-01.
Loss-Estimation Modeling of Earthquake Scenarios: Douglas County - Genoa Fault Scenario. To download this resource, please see the link provided.
Indias ambition to increase power from the present 90895 to 95895 MWe by 2015 is going result in 870 million tones of CO2 emissions. Whether this increase will put the country on zero deficit with regard to electricity has to be seen in the next couple o
Obv37n07, The Ore-Bin: The Cow Hollow geothermal anomaly, Malheur County, Oregon
We have studied fluid inclusions in minerals from geothermal systems and granitic bodies in Japan, especially their gas compositions. Five types of fluid inclusions occur in the studied samples: (1) monophase liquid, (2) aqueous two-phase liquid-rich, (3)
The geothermal reservoir had excess steam capacity at commissioning of the power plant. The available steam flow has declined steadily and has now fallen below the level required to fully load the turbines. A study has reviewed options for either increasi
Surficial Geologic Map of the Arlington and Vermont Portion of The Shushan Quadrangle. Abstract was not provided, for more information on this resource and accessibility options please see the links provided.
The City of Susanville is located in northeastern California in Lasen County. It overlies the Susanville Geothermal Anomaly, a low to moderate temperature (180F +/-) resource that is located approximately 100 to 500 feet below land surface. A total of three direct use heating systems operate within the city. These are the City of Susanville district space heating system, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS Church), and Tsuji Nurseries. The City system is by far the largest, providing heat to 77 users and facilities, with the potential to provide heat to an additional 75 users, including a proposed industrial park. Current production is approximately 500 gallons per minute from two production wells, the Naef Well and Susan-1, with a capacity approaching 900 gpm. The other two systems are used to heat church facilities and a commercial greenhouse operation, respectively.
Two geothermal test wells were drilled and completed in Raft River Valley, Southern Idaho by the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory between January and August, 1975. Subsequently, hydraulic tests were conducted on these welIs to make preliminary estima