Constraining mechanical and permeability properties of the Krafla geothermal reservoir, North-East Iceland

GH Eggertsson
Krafla volcano, located in North-East Iceland, holds an active hydrothermal system, that has been exploited for geothermal energy since 1978. Today it is exploited by Landsvirkjun National Power Company of Iceland and the system is generating ~60 MWe from ~18 wells, tapping into fluids at 200-300°C. But as the geothermal industry is heading into a new era, with aims to drill further and reach the roots of geothermal reservoirs, sourcing higher enthalpy (possibly supercritical) fluids,...
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