World Geothermal Congress 2020+1
March - October, 2021

This schedule is PRELIMINARY and will be updated as papers are confirmed or withdrawn. Papers may be moved in response to session changes.
Papers will not be confirmed in sessions until the authors/speakers are registered.

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Day 6: Time Zone displayed is UTC-7
Tuesday 6th July, 13:00 pm. [Room: Stream C] SESSION 43C: Advanced Technology 2 [Add to calendar]
Chair: Freysteinn Sigmundsson

[37028] "Bringing Together Volcano Science and Geothermal Industry: the KMT – Krafla Magma Testbed breaking-through Perspective," [Presenter: Paolo Papale], Paolo PAPALE, John EICHELBERGER, Hjalti Pall INGOLFSSON, Yan LAVALLEE, John LUDDEN, Sigurdur MARKUSSON, Freysteinn SIGMUNDSSON, and The KMT Consortium [Abstract]

[37024] "Using Sequestered CO2 as Geothermal Working Fluid to Generate Electricity and Store Energy," [Presenter: Ben Adams], Mark R. FLEMING, Benjamin M. ADAMS, Martin O. SAAR [Abstract]

[37009] "Effects of Rock Mechanical Behaviors and Silica Precipitations on the Permeability Development in High-Temperature Granitic Rock Bodies: Numerical Studies," [Presenter: Norihiro Watanabe], Norihiro WATANABE, Noriaki WATANABE, Hanae SAISHU, Hiroshi ASANUMA [Abstract]

[37017] "Design of Superhot Geothermal Wells," [Presenter: Kristinn Ingason], Kristinn INGASON, Þóroddur SIGURÐSSON [Abstract]

[37023] "Thermal Manipulation of Magma Boundary: Advancing Controls on Fluid Flow Via the Krafla Magma Testbed (KMT)," [Presenter: Yan Lavallee], Yan LAVALLÉE, Anthony H. LAMUR, Jackie E. KENDRICK, Gudjon H. EGGERTSSON, Joshua WEAVER, John C. EICHELBERGER, Paolo PAPALE, Freysteinn SIGMUNDSSON, Donald B. DINGWELL, Sigurdur H. MARKUSSON, Anette K. MORTENSEN, Guðmundur O. FRIÐLEIFSSON, Charles CARRIGAN, John LUDDEN, Hjalti P. INGOLFSSON, and The KMT Consortium [Abstract]

[37013] "Ultra-supercritical Energy Storage," [Presenter: Klaus Regenauer-Lieb], Klaus REGENAUER-LIEB [Abstract]

[WGC_43C] "Question and Answer 43C," Freysteinn Sigmundsson [Abstract]

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