RESMAN Energy Technology Selected to Participate in the Utah FORGE Geothermal Project

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 5/1/2024, Location: North America

RESMAN Energy Technology is pleased to announce that its tracer technology is being used in the groundbreaking Utah FORGE geothermal project. With expectations of a drastic market increase for Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS) by 2030, the Utah FORGE project is poised to become an important test case for scaling geothermal technology globally. Located at Milford, Utah, 320 km (200 mi) from Salt Lake City, this international field laboratory is managed by the Energy & Geoscience Institute at the University of Utah and sponsored by the Department of Energy.

RESMAN will provide critical data on fluid movements, and connection integrity within the geothermal system, offering a comprehensive suite of tracer technology options aligned with the required temperature stability range and resilient to extremely high temperatures.

“Utah FORGE is a global test case, and we aim to accelerate breakthroughs in EGS technologies and to establish rigorous, reproducible solutions that make geothermal energy possible anywhere in the world,” said John McLennan, Utah FORGE, Co-Principal Investigator. “Having RESMAN involved in this stimulation phase is an opportunity to achieve more detailed insights into the interaction of the fracture stimulation stages. Tracer technology provides data used to help better understand fluid movements and connections, helping to improve data-driven decision-making in geothermal operations.”

“We are very proud to be selected for this pioneering project that can revolutionize the monitoring and management of geothermal processes worldwide. This is our first geothermal project, and it presents a significant leap towards sustainable energy solutions. Although there are many unknowns, we are confident in the transformative impact of our tracer technology,” said Partho Giri, Director of Global Operations, RESMAN Energy Technology. “Our non-hazardous and non-radioactive tracers enable the lowest detection levels in the industry at parts per trillion (ppt). Our value proposition is obvious: we demonstrate the integrity of connections within the geothermal system, providing invaluable insights for enhanced operational efficiency and sustainability.”

As of April 8th, 2024 RESMAN has completed tracer injection for all the fracking stages, followed by ongoing meticulous sampling and analysis to assess connectivity and circulation. As the project unfolds with monthly updates, stakeholders anticipate a wealth of knowledge that could reshape the geothermal landscape.


United Kingdom >>  6/13/2024 - Three pipes running towards Geothermal Plant
Durham is playing an intrinsic role in harnessing the UK’s potential for geothermal energy advanceme...

Japan >>  6/6/2024 -  INPEX CORPORATION (INPEX) announced it will commence exploratory drilling for geothermal energy development in Shibetsu Town, Hokkaido, Japan, where ...

United States >>  6/6/2024 - Global energy storage platform provider Powin LLC (Powin) announced a strategic partnership with US-based Bergstrom Inc., a leader in thermal manageme...
Indonesia >>  5/30/2024 - PT Pertamina Geothermal Energy Tbk (PGE) (IDX: PGEO) announced the new Company management at the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders (AGMS) held in...

United States >>  5/30/2024 - Gradient Geothermal (“Gradient” or “the Company”), a Denver, Colorado-based geothermal company focused on energy production derived from the heat extr...
Croatia (Hrvatska) >>  5/22/2024 - The Croatian Hydrocarbon Agency and Crosco have signed contracts for the engineering, procurement and turnkey construction of geothermal exploratory w...




Gulf Oil and Gas
Copyright © 2023 ICT All rights reserved. - Terms of Service - Privacy Policy.