Resource Analysis for Deep Direct-Use Feasibility Study in East Texas, Part 2

Abstract
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Southern Methodist University Geothermal Laboratory, Eastman Chemical, Turbine Air Systems, and the Electric Power Research Institute are evaluating the feasibility of using geothermal heat to improve the efficiency of natural gas power plants. The area of interest is the Eastman Chemical plant in Longview, Texas, which is on the northwestern margin of the Sabine Uplift. Part 2 focus on:
1) Permit report and spreadsheet on Federal, State, and Local agency requirements for a geothermal deep direct-use project in the vicinity of East Texas for Harrison, Gregg, Rusk, and Panola Counties.
2) Evaluation of the Geologic Variability of Travis Peak Formation as a reservoir.
3) Updated Heat Flow Memo with additional references.
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DOE Project Name: Geothermal Direct Use For Turbine Inlet Cooling in East Texas
DOE Project Number: EE0001514
DOE Project Lead: Arlene Anderson
DOI: 10.15121/1526473
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Mar
2019
Data from March, 2019
Submitted Jun 13, 2019

Southern Methodist University

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Maria Richards
Southern Methodist University
Joseph Batir
Southern Methodist University
Sharon Fields
Southern Methodist University

Keywords

geothermal, energy, East Texas, Heat flow, SMU, Southern Methodist University, memo, Deep direct-use, geological variability, Travis Peak, Permit, reservoir, Eastman Chemical, cross-section, Sabine Uplift, heatflow, NREL, TX, DDU, thermal conductivity, permitting, regulatory agencies, land access, surface water, surface heat flow, geologic variability evaluation

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