Title:

Nedo's Project on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering - A Reservoir Engineering Study of the Kirishima Field, Japan

Authors:

H. Kitamura

Geo Location:

Kirishima, Japan

Conference:

Stanford Geothermal Workshop

Year:

1988

Session:

Well Testing

Language:

English

File Size:

373KB

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Abstract:

In order to promote the development of geothermal energy resources, it is important to understand and ( t o t h e extent possible) to alleviate potential risks associated with each proposed development project. Further, it is essential to estimate the generation capacity of the reservoir prior to full-scale commitment so that the power plant design may be intelligently formulated. Starting in 1984, the New Energy Development Organization (NEDO) in Japan undertook a four-year program to develop technical methods for the evaluation of potential geothermal resources and for the prediction of production capacity and the appropriate level of electrical generation to be anticipated.


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