Have a fruitful EGPD 2021 conference

Monday 15th February
8:30 AMIntroductionEGPD Organization Committee  
Session 1Reservoir geomechanics and reservoir management
9:00 AMKeynoteBrice LecampionÉcole Polytechnique Fédérale de LausanneFundamentals in fluid flow and geomechanics for sustainable geothermal reservoir developement and management
10:00 AMFlash Presentations Selected students for poster session 1
11:00 AMID 1.1Jon-Danilo Kortram Delft University of TechnologyAn experimental investigation of the effects of corrosion inhibitor on the mechanical properties of reservoir rock
11:00 AMID 1.2Kai BrökerETH ZurichA case study of estimating in-situ stress at the Bedretto Underground Laboratory, Switzerland: Combining mini-frac tests and borehole breakouts
11:00 AMID 1.3Eszter Békési Utrecht UniversityGround motions induced by pore pressure changes at the Szentes geothermal area, SE Hungary
11:00 AMID 1.4Davide GeremiaCY Cergy-Paris Université (CYU)Chemical degradation from water injection in critically stressed carbonate rock
11:00 AMID 1.5Omar Rodriguez-VillarrealUniversité de Pau et des Pays de l’AdourExperimental Study and Modeling of the Influence on the fracture Energy on Low Permeability Rocks Present in a Geothermal Reservoirs
11:00 AMID 1.6Simon HahnInstitution for Energy Infrastructures and Geothermal Systems-BochumInvestigations on the Erosion Mechanism of High-Pressure Water Jetting during Granular Rock Types
11:00 AMID 1.7Tomasz KowalskiAGH University of Science and Technology in KrakowCement slurry in borehole heat exchangers
11:00 AMID 1.8Maxime Catinat Université Paris-Saclay, GEOPS, CNRSNMR contribution in sub-horizontal well for porosity-permeability heterogeneity characterization in limestones: implications for 3D reservoir prediction and flow simulation in a world class geothermal aquifer
11:00 AMID 1.9Gianluca CadelanoIstituto per l’Atmosfera e il Clima, Consiglio Nazionale delle RicerchePreliminary findings in the assessment of the critical radius of ground heat exchangers: a factorial design approach
11:00 AMID 1.10Leandra WeydtDepartment of Geothermal Science and Technology, Technische Universität DarmstadtPetrophysical reservoir characterization of the Los Humeros geothermal field (Mexico): from outcrop analogue analysis to parametrization of a 3D geological-geothermal model
11:00 AMID 1.11Anne-Sophie EsneuIFP Energies NouvellesInvestigating the mechanisms of damages in formations during the reinjection of geothermal fluids
Sessions 2 & 3Earthquake mechanics, Faults characteristics and properties
1:00 PMKeynoteSerge ShapiroFreie Universität BerlinSeismic Hazard Induced by Production of Hydrocarbon and Geothermal Energy
2:00 PMFlash Presentations Selected students for poster sessions 2 & 3
3:00 PMID 2.1Akos KissDurham UniversitySafe Enhanced Geothermal System (EGS) Development of the Dinantian Carbonate play, UK
3:00 PMID 2.2Qinglin DengUniversité de StrasbourgModeling investigation of induced seismicity after shut-in
3:00 PMID 2.3Francesco FiguraEPFLFrictional behaviour of carbonate bearing faults at brittle-ductile transition
3:00 PMID 3.1Nick HarpersHeriot-Watt UniversityEffect of reactive fluid flow-through on transport and frictional properties of faults in deep geothermal systems
3:00 PMID 3.2Johanne KleeInstitut Polytechnique UniLaSalleCharacterization of geothermal exploitation window in term of fracture evolution: Results from analogue studies with the Southern Death Valley Fault Zone (CA, USA) and the Upper Rhine Graben shoulders (Germany and France)
3:00 PMID 3.3Marc PerretIFPENFracture and paleo-fluid characterization in a fossil geothermal system – Geneva Basin, Switzerland
3:00 PMID 3.4Steven BeynonUniversity of LiverpoolStructural controls on fluid circulation in a transtensional duplex: Lessons from an exhumed geothermal system
3:00 PMID 3.5Camille PaquezUniversity of La Réunion and AkuoEnergyAssessing the geothermal potential of Piton des Neiges volcano (Réunion Island): a geological and structural framework update
3:00 PMID 3.6Etienne LeroyUniversity of BordeauxFaulting in volcaniclastics and related subsurface reservoir compartimentalization: The volcanic island of Milos case.
3:00 PMID 3.7Jinlin JiangMines ParisTechNumerical modelling of fluid-induced fault slip reactivation,application to Geo-Energy systems
3:00 PMID 3.8Gemma Mitjanas CollsUniversitat de BarcelonaThe Vallès Basin Geothermal system in the frame of the GEO-URBAN project
3:00 PMID 3.9Aurore LaurentUniversité de Lille3D structural modelling of the Dinantian carbonates reservoir in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais coal basin area: towards a better characterization of the deep geothermal resource in Northern France
3:00 PMID 3.10Aysegül TuranTU DarmstadtLaboratory measurements on rock and reservoir properties of fractured Carnmenellis Granite under simulated EGS conditions
4:00 PMKeynoteThomas MitchellUniversity College London 
General Session Other geothermal topics
5:30 PMFlash Presentations Selected students for general poster session
6:30 PMID G.1Mirja PavićCroatian Geological SurveyHyTheC – Multidisciplinary Approach to Conceptual Modelling of Hydrothermal Systems in Croatia
6:30 PMID G.2Gabriel PasquetUniversité de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour (UPPA) – Laboratoire des Fluides Complexes et leurs RéservoirsCorrelation between high-temperature geothermal energy and natural hydrogen generation in the Asal Rift, Republic of Djibouti and in Iceland
6:30 PMID G.3Gaétan MilesiUniversité de MontpellierThermochronology and REE analyses, a tool to reveal hydrothermal circulations and geothermal perturbations along faults : the Têt fault example (Eastern Pyrénées, France)
6:30 PMID G.4Juan Luis De la CruzInstituto de Geofísica, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de MéxicoGeostatistical mapping of the depth to the bottom of magnetic sources and their relationship with borehole heat flow data in Mexico
6:30 PMID G.5Martina Gizzi“Politecnico di Torino”, Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Ambiente, del Territorio e delle InfrastrutturePotential and limits of using analytical solutions for Thermally Affected Zone (TAZ) assessment in Open-Loop Groundwater Heat Pump Systems
6:30 PMID G.6Stijn BeerninkDelft University of Technology, Delft, The NetherlandsAssessing the geohydrological properties and storage conditions of aquifers for high temperature aquifer thermal energy storage (HT-ATES) using geophysical logging methods
6:30 PMID G.7Hadrien ThomasUniversité Paris-Saclay, CNRS, GEOPSFacies, porosity and permeability prediction in a 3-D geological static model of the Middle Jurassic geothermal reservoir of the Paris Basin 
6:30 PMID G.8Joseph IrelandQueen’s UniversityThe Impact of Thermal Plumes on Aquifer Properties and Ground Water Quality
6:30 PMID G.9Arianna PassamontiFraunhofer IEG Institution for Energy Infrastructures and Geothermal SystemsStudy on high temperature heat pump coupled with high temperature mine thermal energy storage
6:30 PMID G.10Ábel MarkóDepartment of Geology, Eötvös Loránd University BudapestApproach to understand and avoid injection related problems in geothermal systems
6:30 PMID G.11Martyna CiepielowskaAGH University of Science and Technology in KrakowCement slurries with low thermal conductivity factor for preventing heat loss in deep geothermal wells
6:30 PMID G.12Alessio LeinsGFZ PotsdamCharacterization of Organic Compounds in Geothermal Fluids
6:30 PMID G.13Katarzyna KurekWageningen University and ResearchGeothermal resources and local development
    Tuesday 16th February 
Session 4Modelling of geothermal processes
9:00 AMKeynoteInga BerreUniversity of BergenModelling of fault slip in hydraulic stimulation of geothermal reservoirs: governing mechanisms and process-structure interaction
10:00 AMFlash Presentations Selected students for poster session 4
11:00 AMID 4.1Serhat Tonkulİzmir Institute of Technology, Department of Civil EngineeringCharacterization of Sb-scaling in High Saline Geothermal Power Plant: A Case Study for Germencik Region, Western Turkey
11:00 AMID 4.2Lily Suherlina Department of Geoscience and Engineering, Reservoir Engineering section, TU DelftThermal-Hydraulic Chemical Evolution of A High Enthalpy Geothermal Field
11:00 AMID 4.3Geraldine RegnierNovel Reservoir Modelling and Simulation Group, Department of Earth Science and EngineeringModelling of highly heterogeneous reservoirs with dynamic mesh optimisation
11:00 AMID 4.4Edoardo PezzulliInstitute of Geochemistry and Petrology, Department of Earth Sciences, ETH ZurichA J-integral to simulate hydraulic fracturing in deep geothermal systems
11:00 AMID 4.5Mylène ReceveurSchool of Geosciences, University of EdinburghInvestigating the key controls on mine-water heat in abandonned flooded coal mine workings in the UK: what is the thermal footprint of past mining activities?
11:00 AMID 4.6Dorothee SiefertEnBW Energie Baden-Wuerttemberg AG & KITCO2 handling in binary geothermal systems – a modelling approach for different CO2 contents, TDS and p-T conditions with implications on the geothermal power plant in Bruchsal, Germany
11:00 AMID 4.7Aurélia CrinièreDépartement des Sciences de la Terre, Université de GenèveReservoir geology of the Cretaceous-Cenozoic transition in the context of geothermal exploration in the Geneva Basin and neighbouring France (Switzerland & France)
11:00 AMID 4.8Yemane KelemeworkUniversity of Naples Federico IIGeothermal modeling of the southern Italy constrained by magnetic, gravity and heat flow data
11:00 AMID 4.9Perrine MasParis-Saclay University & BRGMSeismic interpretation and 3D geomodelling of the Dogger and Triassic aquifers for the metropolis of Orleans, France
11:00 AMID 4.10Gergő HutkaSection 4.8 Geoenergy, GFZ German Research Centre for GeosciencesNumerical investigation of injection-induced seismicity in geothermal reservoirs for seismic hazard and risk mitigation: problem statement
11:00 AMID 4.11Lars YströmKarlsruhe Institute of Technology – Geothermal Energy and Reservoir TechnologyOptimised multicomponent geothermometer – MulT_predict
11:00 AMID 4.12Boris GalvanEurekxToMaHoC: A Ready to use GPU Powered Thermo-Mechanical-Hydro Chemical Simulator
Geothermal Demosites
1:00 PMDemosite 1Thomas KohlKarlsruhe Institute of TechnologyUpper Rhine Graben & Munich area
1:30 PMDemosite 2Hannes HoffmanGFZ PotsdamHydraulic soft stimulation of a geothermal well in Reykjavik
2:00 PMDemosite 3Lucy CottonGeoSciences LimitedUnited Downs Deep Geothermal Project, UK
2:30 PMDemosite 4Christian BoissavyG²H ConseilsDeep geothermal energy for district heating network –
case histories in Paris Basin and lessons learnd since 50 years
Virtual geothermal site visits
4:00 PMSite visit 1Guillaume RavierESG-GéothermieRittershoffen heat plant for industry and Soultz-sous-Forêt power plant (Rhine Graben, France)
5:00 PMSite visit 2Jean-Marc BertrandENGIEDammarie-les-Lys plant for district heating (Paris basin, France)
6:00 PMSite visit 3Eric Léoutre
& André-Charles Mintsa 
ORC site visit at Chaunoy (Paris basin, France)
7:00 PMConclusionEGPD Organization Committee