The Geothermal Get-Together (GGT) is an initiative to bridge the emerging geothermal industry and university research, by the combination of a short seminar followed by informal discussions afterward. The GGT has contributions ranging from state of the art research to new policy to industry best practices.
The 8th Geothermal Get-Together is in the making!
Due to the corona measures the event will be organised as a webinar. This way we can stay connected and still have scientific discussions on geothermal related topics together.
The webinar will take place on March 17th at 15.30 CET.
A login link will be sent to you after registration a day before the event.
The topic of the 8th Geothermal Get-Together is Improving geothermal systems.
We invited the following speakers:
- Marit Brommer (International Geothermal Association, IGA)
- Coen Leo (Panterra)
- Yang Wang (TU Delft)
- Jan Jette Blangé (Canopus Drilling Solutions)
7th GGT – 4th November 2020:
- “HT-ATES at the TU Delft, feasibility of a promising technology for the future heat system”, Marc Pijnenborg, ENGIE
- “HT-ATES, a hot topic for deep research”, Martin Bloemendal, KWR/TU Delft
- “Underground Thermal Energy Storage: challenges and opportunities in Europe based on the HEATSTORE project”, Luca Guglielmetti, University of Geneva
6th GGT - 30th June 2020:
- “Positioning Geothermal Energy in WarmingUP”, Frits Verheij, TNO
- “Prospects for Seismicity-Permeability Linkages in EGS Reservoirs”, Derek Elsworth, Penn State University
- “De-Risking Geothermal Energy Projects”, Annemarie Muntendam-Bos, TU Delft
5th GGT - 4th December 2019:
- “Advances in modelling energy production from high enthalpy geothermal systems” John O’Sullivan (University of Auckland)
- “Perspectives for the sustainable use of geothermal resources” Maren Brehme (TU Delft)
- “Benefits of seasonal heat storage for DHN” Martin Bloemendal (TU Delft, KWR)
- “The learning curve in geothermal operations: finding silver bullets to combat the challenges” Barbara Cox (Hydreco Geomec)
4th GGT - 27th June 2019:
- “Parameter interdependency in energy and economic output of a geothermal development strategy” Alex Daniilidis (TU Delft)
- “A play based portfolio perspective for accelerating geothermal energy in the Netherlands” Jan Diederik van Wees (University Utrecht/TNO)
- “Realizing the promise of geothermal energy in the Netherlands” Frits Wolters (PwC)
- “Development of geothermal projects in urban environment” Jan Willem Rösingh (PEP)
3rd GGT - 29th November 2018:
- “Platform Geothermie and the Geothermal Masterplan Netherlands”, Frank Schoof (Chairman Stichting Platform Geothermie)
- “Geothermal Formation Evaluation”, Tom Bradley (Senior Geoscience Advisor Baker Hughes)
- “Efficient and robust forward simulation of complex geothermal processes”, Denis Voskov (Associate Professor TU Delft)
- During the 3rd Geothermal Get-Together, it was announced that research on Geothermal Science and Engineering at TU Delft got another boost. Read more
2nd GGT - 12th July 2018:
- "A laboratory study on the drilling of laterals by jetting", Richard Bakker (Post-Doctoral researcher TU Delft)
- "Well integrity monitoring using distributed fiber optic sensing", Thomas Reinsch (Group leader Geothermal Energy systems GFZ Potsdam/ visiting scientist TU Delft)
- “Ultra Deep Geothermal - Exploring for high temperature heat in the Netherlands”, Nora Heijnen (EBN)
1st GGT - 19th March 2018:
- “An overview of student activities in the first years; some highlights”, Karl-Heinz Wolf (Associate Professor / Head of Geoscience & Engineering Laboratory TU Delft)
- “Stichting DAP: supporting geothermal at Delft (3O)", Mike Woning (DAP president) / Andries Wever (former DAP chairman / co-founding father)
- “Introduction of a geothermal well at the TU Delft campus - Above ground consequences”, Chris Hellinga (Sustainability Program Manager / Scientific advisor TU Delft)
- “'Well design for the proposed TU Delft campus doublet: integration of science and operation”, Abe Steiginga (Technical Lead Geothermal Energy project TU Delft)
- “Ongoing and future geothermal research at TU Delft”, David Bruhn (Geothermal Expertise Leader/ Part-time Professor Geothermal Engineering TU Delft/GfZ)
Would you like to present at one of the future GGT’s? Please contact the geothermal team: email@example.com