Enhanced Geothermal Energy Development Conference: Why West Virginia?

May 22, 2012
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Days Hotel and Conference Center
Flatwoods, WV

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Presentations

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  1. West Virginia’s Role in the Electricity Sector
    West Virginia Division of Energy – Jeff Herholdt
  2. The Geology of Appalachian Geothermal Resources
    West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey – Mike Hohn
  3. The West Virginia Thermal Anomaly
    Southern Methodist University – Zachary Frone
  4. Sustainable and Scalable Geothermal Energy – Connecting Thermodynamic, Environmental and Economic Criteria
    Cornell University – Jeff Tester
  5. The Economics of Enhanced Geothermal Systems
    West Virginia University – Brian Anderson
  6. Federal Support for Geothermal Research & Demonstration
    USDOE Geothermal Program – Timothy Reinhardt
  7. Deep Drilling in West Virginia
    Javins Corporation - Brooks Javins
  8. Innovative EGS Technologies: Multiple Zone Stimulation and Using Waste Water as a Circulating Liquid
    AltaRock Energy – Trenton Cladouhos
  9. Passive Geothermal Systems
    Comfortech WV – Terry Cronin




Conference Host: Marshall University (CBER & CEGAS)

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