Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 30/Nov/2021
11:00am
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11:20am
Let's meet in Wonder.me
Virtual location: Wonder.me - Zugangslink
11:20am
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1:00pm
W 1 DACH workshop on the regulatory framework for the use of deep geothermal energy
Virtual location: Raum 1
W 2 Seismological Nets
Virtual location: Raum 2
W 3 New technical standards for quality assurance in geothermal energy
Virtual location: Raum 3
W 10/1 Results and experiences from the ReSalt research project (in English)
Virtual location: Raum 4
 
1:00pm
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2:00pm
Networking Lounge
Virtual location: Wonder.me - Zugangslink
2:00pm
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3:40pm
W 4 Partner country Austria
Virtual location: Raum 1
W 5 Political Framework
Virtual location: Raum 2
W 6 Status FE-Project EASyQuart
Virtual location: Raum 3
W 10/2 Results and experiences from the ReSalt research project (in English)
Virtual location: Raum 4
Foundation and aims of the German section of WING
Virtual location: room 5
3:40pm
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4:00pm
Networking Lounge
Virtual location: Wonder.me - Zugangslink
4:00pm
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5:40pm
W 7 Partner country Switzerland
Virtual location: Raum 1
W Research network Energiewendebauen - working group geothermal energy
Virtual location: Raum 2
W 9 cancelled
Virtual location: Raum 3
W 10/3 Results and experiences from the ReSalt research project (in English)
Virtual location: Raum 4
 
5:40pm
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6:00pm
Networking Lounge
Virtual location: Wonder.me - Zugangslink
6:00pm
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7:30pm
BVG Members' Meeting

Internal meeting for BVG members only. You have received the link by e-mail!

7:30pm
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10:30pm
Icebreaker evening
Date: Wednesday, 01/Dec/2021
9:30am
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11:00am
Opening, Keynote Helge-Uve Braun, GF SWM
Virtual location: Raum 1
11:20am
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1:00pm
F 1 Geothermal Lithium
Virtual location: Raum 1
F 2 Near surface geothermal - design
Virtual location: Raum 2
F 3 Deep Geothermal - Exploration (in English)
Virtual location: Raum 3
1:00pm
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2:00pm
Science Bar
Virtual location: Raum 4
2:00pm
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3:40pm
F 4 Bavaria: Molasse basin and basement
Virtual location: Raum 1
F 5 Near surface geothermal - case histories
Virtual location: Raum 2
F 6 Deep Geothermal - Germany (in English)
Virtual location: Raum 3
3:40pm
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4:00pm
Networking Lounge
Virtual location: Wonder.me - Zugangslink
4:00pm
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5:40pm
F 7 Innovative drilling technologies
Virtual location: Raum 1
F 8 5th Generation Nets/ Mine waters
Virtual location: Raum 2
F 9 Deep Geothermal - Market (in English)
Virtual location: Raum 3
Date: Thursday, 02/Dec/2021
9:30am
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11:00am
Keynotes & Awards
Virtual location: Raum 1
11:20am
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1:00pm
F 10 Schwerin / North German Basin
Virtual location: Raum 1
F 11 Industrial use of geothermal heat - implementation of climate targets
Virtual location: Raum 2
F 12 Economy, Ecology
Virtual location: Raum 3
1:00pm
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2:00pm
Poster session
Virtual location: Raum 4
2:00pm
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3:40pm
F 13 Corrosion and Scaling
Virtual location: Raum 1
F 14 Industrial use of geothermal heat - examples of direct use and storage
Virtual location: Raum 2
F 15 New projects to implement the heating transition
Virtual location: Raum 3
3:40pm
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4:00pm
Networking Lounge
Virtual location: Wonder.me - Zugangslink
Date: Friday, 03/Dec/2021
10:00am
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12:00pm
Side Event Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical Modeling (THM) and Ground Truth I (in English.)
Virtual location: Raum 1

Modeling geothermal reservoirs needs a lot of experience and a lot of parameters to give reliable results. It is often seen by reality, that the models are not describing exactly the behavior of the reservoir. What are the reasons for these discrepancies between simulation and real operation?

Of utmost importance for a reliable THM modelling are parameters from borehole and surface measurements, such as:

‐          Geometrical input

‐          Geological input

‐          Initial temperatures

‐          Petrophysical parameters

‐          Fluids, dissolved solids, not condensable gases

‐          Fault estimates, size, parameters, orientation

‐          Initial stress field, stress field development

‐          Pore pressure

‐          Temperature development

‐          Borehole fault intersection

‐          Internal (reservoir) erosion

Further issue are:

‐          Machine learning

‐          Extraction and injection

‐          Modelling, Software,

‐          Mathematical issues, codes, commercial software, computer capacity/ time

‐          Reservoir scales

‐          Parameters, rock, fluids

‐          Validation by logging

‐          Validation by pumping tests

‐          History matching, case histories, lessons learned

‐          Induced seismicity, seismic catalogue, max. magnitudes

‐          Thermal breakthrough

‐          Reservoir sustainability (50y)

The workshop will be a cross-over event between the O&G and the geothermal community.

12:00pm
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1:00pm
Lunch break
1:00pm
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3:00pm
Side Event Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical Modeling (THM) and Ground Truth II (in English.)
Virtual location: Raum 1

Modeling geothermal reservoirs needs a lot of experience and a lot of parameters to give reliable results. It is often seen by reality, that the models are not describing exactly the behavior of the reservoir. What are the reasons for these discrepancies between simulation and real operation?

Of utmost importance for a reliable THM modelling are parameters from borehole and surface measurements, such as:

‐          Geometrical input

‐          Geological input

‐          Initial temperatures

‐          Petrophysical parameters

‐          Fluids, dissolved solids, not condensable gases

‐          Fault estimates, size, parameters, orientation

‐          Initial stress field, stress field development

‐          Pore pressure

‐          Temperature development

‐          Borehole fault intersection

‐          Internal (reservoir) erosion

Further issue are:

‐          Machine learning

‐          Extraction and injection

‐          Modelling, Software,

‐          Mathematical issues, codes, commercial software, computer capacity/ time

‐          Reservoir scales

‐          Parameters, rock, fluids

‐          Validation by logging

‐          Validation by pumping tests

‐          History matching, case histories, lessons learned

‐          Induced seismicity, seismic catalogue, max. magnitudes

‐          Thermal breakthrough

‐          Reservoir sustainability (50y)

The workshop will be a cross-over event between the O&G and the geothermal community.


 
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