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September 2019

2425 September
 | Brussels, Belgium

European Shallow Geothermal Days

SUPPORTED BY ENeRG

November 2019

78 November
 | Paris, France

European Workshop on Underground Energy Storage

ENeRG is the main organiser of the European Workshop on Underground Energy Storage that will be held on 7-8 November 2019 at the Maison des Mines et des Ponts et Chaussées, 270 rue St Jacques, 75005 Paris.

Co-organisers are EuroGeoSurveys - GeoEnergy Expert Group, the FLUIDSTORY project and BRGM. Energy storage in the subsurface has the potential to become an important component of transition to low carbon energy, and ENeRG is proud to be able to support its development by organising this event. Its main objectives are to discuss current technological status and research needs for the development of the subsurface energy storage technologies, and exchange with energy producers and consumers who need energy storage solutions.

REGISTRATION
This workshop is free of charge within the limit of available place. The deadline for registration is September 30th 2019 by using the following link: www.brgm.eu/workshop-ues/registration

CALL FOR POSTERS
If you would like to make a poster presentation, then please submit an abstract (max one A4 page, including title, authors and affiliations) before September 30th 2019.
Please send your abstract to: workshop-ues@brgm.fr
Your poster presentation will be confirmed at the latest on October 7th 2019.

ORGANISED BY ENeRG

More information can be found HERE

2222 November
 | Munich, Germany

Borehole Geophysics and Geothermal Energy

Welcome to the EAGE/BVG/FKPE Joint Workshop on Borehole Geophysics and Geothermal Energy 22 November, 2019 - Munich, Germany
The hydrocarbon industry has dominated and led the development of downhole measurements and subsurface data collection. Throughout the continuous development of borehole geophysical methods and technologies, many of the sophisticated techniques developed have been focused on the evaluation of hydrocarbon bearing formations. However, there is a lack of focus on the rapidly growing need for techniques applicable to geothermal energy development. Many questions still need to be satisfied in adapting these measurements to the special needs of the geothermal industry. What is really needed for the geothermal energy development? What is absolutely essential to know about the subsurface? What are desirable downhole measurements?