Projects

Deep Roots of Geothermal Systems      

During the last two years a group within GEORG have been focusing on deep roots of geothermal systems, exchanging ideas and theories and increasing the understanding of these complex systems.  For further information please click here.

Supported Projects

GEORG has awarded grants to 22 research projects in its four calls for proposals. The projects touch various aspects of geothermal research and do all contribute, in different ways, to the increased knowledge of geothermal science and technology.

The the supported projects are listed in the table below and clicking on the project names will open a separate site for the project which provides further information on the project.

Project Name Coordination
Development of coupled reactive fluid flow models UNI
The Icelandic participation in the EU supported project Geothermal Engineering Integrating Mitigation of Induced Seismicity in Reservoir (GEISER) ÍSOR
HYDRORIFT ÍSOR
Properties of two phase flow of water and steam in geothermal reservoirs RU
Renewability of Geothermal Resources ÍSOR
High pressure and high temperature geothermal grouts Mannvit
Resistivity survey of Grímsvötn ÍSOR
Biological Utilization of Geothermal Gas UNI
Evaluation and Improvements of Geothermal Models using Inverse Analysis UNI
Mathematical modelling of energy flow in a geothermal reservoir UNI
CarbFix project UNI
Advanced 3D Geophysical Imaging Technologies for Geothermal Resource Characterization ÍSOR
The Hengill geothermal reservoir. Evaluation of subsurface geological data ÍSOR
Utilization of Supercritical Geothermal Fluid RU
Geothermal economic impact data base UNI
Green Geothermal Growth UNI
GeoChem UNI
Sustainability Assessment Protocol for Geothermal Utilization UNI
Mapping interaction between magmatic and hydrothermal system with fluid inclusion analysis ISOR
Evaluating the cost of environmental impact due to geothermal utilization UNI
H2S sequestration into geothermal systems UNI
Efficient Maintenance Management of Geothermal Power Plants UNI