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GeoEnergy Transition Training 2022

calendar November 23, 2021
Hot Spring Yellowstone

GeoLogica are pleased to announce the initial release of our 2022 GeoEnergy Transition programme. GeoLogica recognises the critical importance of a rapid shift to a lower carbon economy and are proud to be at the forefront of geoscience training in this field. Our vision is a broad and deep programme of courses that addresses key areas where geoscience impacts the energy transition and which satisfies the need for training a wide demographic, from geoscientist to lay person, and from financial institutions to energy companies.

Our GET programme is the most comprehensive in the business and our 2022 offering builds on the courses we have successfully delivered in 2021 and features courses that address our key subject areas of:







GeoLogica has sought out experts in these areas and aims to share and disseminate the crucial knowledge and skills required for the world to effectively change our energy systems.

These first offerings are all virtual sessions, timed to be suitable for both North American and European participants:

Introduction to Low Enthalpy Geothermal Exploration (Mark Ireland)

Sedimentary Geothermal Systems (Jason Fisher)

Groundwater in a Geoenergy Context (Alistair Donohew)

Challenges for the Social and Economic Impact Assessment of GeoEnergy Transition Projects (Eddie Smyth and Alistair Donohew)

Systems to Classify, Categorise and Report Geological CO2 Storage Capacity (Bob Harrison)

Geothermal Technologies and Well Design (Gioia Falcone)

Environmental Aspects of Geothermal Development (Jason Fisher)

Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (Matthew Jackson)

Geothermal Resources Assessment: Quantification and Classification (Gioia Falcone)

Carbon Capture and Storage for Non-Technical Staff (Richard Worden)

Integration of Oil and Gas Infrastructure for the Energy Transition (Bob Harrison)

Critical Resources – Rare Earth Elements (Holly Elliott)

Geologic Carbon Storage for Geoscientists and Engineers (Alex Bump, Seyyed Hosseini and Katherine Romanek)

Ocean and Cryosphere Responses to a Changing Climate: Past, Present and Future (Chris Stokes)

Carbon Capture and Storage Masterclass (Richard Worden)

Critical Minerals for the GeoEnergy Transition (Lucy Crane)

Subsurface Pressures for Injection of Fluids and Gases (Richard Swarbrick)

View all upcoming courses here.