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DESTRESS – demonstration of soft geothermal stimulation – final conference, Nov. 24-25, 2020 – ThinkGeoEnergy

By Staff , in Geothermal Power , at September 26, 2020

DESTRESS conference announcement

Join DESTRESS for its final public conference on 24 and 25 November 2020. The event is public and open to everyone. It will take place online.

Join the DESTRESS research project (Demonstration of soft stimulation treatments of geothermal resources) for its final public conference on 24 and 25 November! The event is public, free of charge and designed for any representatives from science and industry, banks and insurance, any actors running, supporting or investing in geothermal projects. The aim is to discuss the results and findings resulted from an intense collaboration within the geothermal energy between science and industry and to embed them in other geothermal research and development projects from Finland, England, the United States and New Zealand. The final public DESTRESS conference addresses the following areas of interest:

  • risk assessments and business cases
  • soft stimulation treatments (hydraulic, chemical and thermal)
  • public acceptance of geothermal projects
  • demonstrated workflows

The conference will be held online and allow talks from invited speakers only. However, the conference will offer an opportunity to engage with the event by contributing to the poster sessions and joining lively discussions about lessons learnt resulted from the main topics of the conference. The posters will be published on the DESTRESS website prior to the conference and be discussed in depth during individual thematic poster sessions run in parallel. Furthermore, the discussion points from separated poster presentations will be introduced in the joint slots explaining lessons learnt for a better transfer of knowledge, experience and good practice.

Register here to participate: (Deadline: 08 November 2020)

Submit your poster here: (Deadline: 08 November 2020)

More information on the DESTRESS website: