The composition of high temperature geothermal fluids in New Zealand

D Evans, EK Mroczek & M Climo
This literature review updates and summarises the chemical composition of geothermal waters from wells in the Taupo Volcanic Zone and Ngawha, with the aim of characterising the “typical” reservoir water composition for the developed, high-temperature geothermal systems. The reservoir liquid composition is also calculated to atmospheric pressure which is the maximum amount of steam separation. Most information was available on the major chemical components: Na, K, Ca, Cl, B, SiO2, SO4 and HCO3, but also...
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