University of Illinois Campus Deep Direct-Use Feasibility Study - Regional Geology

Abstract
Links to papers and reports describing the structure and character of the Illinois Basin geology.
Included are descriptions of the two reservoirs that are being modeled for the DDU feasibility project at University of Illinois, the St. Peter and Mt. Simon Sandstones.
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Additional Info

DOE Project Name: Geothermal Heat Recovery Complex: Large-scale, Deep Direct-Use System in a Low-Temperature Sedimentary Basin
DOE Project Number: EE0008106
DOE Project Lead: Arlene Anderson
Last Updated: 6 months ago
Mar
2018
Data from March, 2018
Submitted Apr 19, 2018

University of Illinois

Contact

217.333.0235

Authors

Yu-Feng Lin
University of Illinois
Robert Finley
Illinois State Geological Survey
Curtis C. Abert
Illinois State Geological Survey
Stephen Marshak
Illinois State Geological Survey
Timothy H. Larson
Illinois State Geological Survey
Andrew J. Stumpf
Illinois State Geological Survey
William S. Dey
Illinois State Geological Survey

Keywords

geothermal, energy, DDU, Deep Direct-Use, University of Illinois, Illinois Basin, geology, St. Peter Sandstone, Mt. Simon Sandstone, aquifer hydrogeology, carbon dioxide, co2, sequestration, ozark dome, mahomet aquifer, geophysics, gravity anomlay, magnetic anomaly, magnetics, isostatic gravity

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