Geothermal Drilling and Completions: Petroleum Practices Technology Transfer

Abstract
NREL and the Colorado School of Mines (SURGE) conducted research in FY14 to identify petroleum drilling and completion practices (methods and technologies) that can be transferred to geothermal drilling and completion, to provide the geothermal industry with more effective, lower cost and lower risk methods. The submitted resource is the FY14 project final report.
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DOE Project Number: FY14 AOP 3.3.0.6
DOE Project Lead: Arlene Anderson
Last Updated: over a year ago
Sep
2014
Data from September, 2014
Submitted Dec 8, 2014

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

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Authors

Charles Visser
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Alfred W. III Eustes
Colorado School of Mines
Walt Baker
Colorado School of Mines
Jason Bell
Colorado School of Mines
Daniel Bolton
Colorado School of Mines
Uneshddarann Nagandran
Colorado School of Mines
Ralph Quick
Colorado School of Mines
Mitch Tilley
Colorado School of Mines

Keywords

geothermal, drilling, petroleum, best practices, technology transfer, completion, final report, technology, methods, cost

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