Drilling Simulation and Risk Assessment of the IDDP-2 Geothermal Well in Iceland
The Reykjanes reservoir, lying in a volcanic environment in Iceland, is assumed to contain supercritical fluids, whose energy content is about ten times higher than conventional geothermal systems. Drilling a well in this environment has to cope with very high temperature and pressure as well as an intensely fractured subsurface. A detailed well design can help minimize the likelihood of drilling and completion problems that could compromise the success of the project.
Decarbonization Investment: Opportunities and Implications for EPCs
As sustainability targets drive the energy industry towards a net zero future and energy security concerns intensify, companies are challenged to meet these competing demands within financial and workforce restraints. Owners and EPCs must cater to short-term energy demands while simultaneously positioning themselves for the long-term energy transition projects gaining traction.
Resource Efficiency in Chemical Manufacturing
Chemical manufacturers are facing a dual challenge with global demand increasing. On one hand, chemical production has to increase to address the growing demands of a growing global population. On the other hand, the industry is facing a climate and an environmental crisis.
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