November 18, 2010

Low-temperature geothermal resources represent a significant opportunity for companies involved in oil and gas exploration and production. Low-temperature geothermal resources can be co-produced with oil and gas, with numerous commercial applications. This webinar provides an overview of the current state of low-temperature geothermal resources, and it presents case studies and examples of co-production with oil and gas production.

Key topics include:

  • What are Low-Temperature Geothermal Resources?
  • Where do low-temperature geothermal resources fit within petroleum exploration and production?
  • What is co-production? When and where are low-temperature geothermal resources coproduced with oil and gas?
  • What are the economics of low-temp geothermal co-production?
  • Where are some of the best locations for co-production?
  • Case studies and examples of low-temp geothermal and oil / natural gas co-production.

Presentation Materials

About the Presenter

Tim Reinhardt is currently at the U.S. Department of Energy Geothermal Technologies Office. As technology lead for Low Temperature, Coproduced and Geopressured resources, Tim provides oversight for existing demonstration projects, and guidance and direction for future low temperature geothermal projects and activities. He received his bachelor's degree from Northwestern University in Environmental Sciences. He then joined the U.S. Navy as an officer, serving for nine years as a Naval Aviator. He holds a Master's Degree from the University of Oklahoma in HR, and a Master's degree in Energy and Earth Resources from the University of Texas at Austin.