2013 CanGEA Geothermal Conference

CanGEA 2013 Geothermal Conference

“Digging Deep”

March 20-22, 2013

Calgary, Alberta


Attend the 2013 CanGEA conference to learn more about recent project developments, Canadian and global database and mapping initiatives, and current research in the high temperature geothermal energy sector.

The conference will host workshops, presentations, panel discussions and a welcome night reception. Our speaker list includes some of the very best in the geothermal industry.

To view the detailed schedule for each day, please click here to view the CanGEA 2013 Conference Brochure.

Please click here to register for this event.




  • Ice-Breaker Evening Reception: Wednesday March 20, 2013 (5:30 – 7:30PM)
  • Mapping & Database Workshop: Thursday March 21, 2013 (8:30AM – 4:30PM)
  • Industry Day: Friday March 22, 2013 (8:30AM – 4:30PM)

To view the detailed schedule for each day, please click here to view the CanGEA 2013 Conference Brochure.



Relax, you’re among industry friends! Have a drink and grab an appetizer, watch a geothermal energy video and get introduced to some the best minds in the geothermal industry. The ice-breaker is being held at the inspiring Hotel Le Germain in downtown Calgary. A gorgeous facility built with a state-of-the-art geoexchange design for all of the hotel’s eco-friendly heating and cooling needs.

We will be taking a special guided guest tour of the geoexchange operations, so make sure to meet in the lobby by 5:00pm to see this cool technology in action.

Special Guest Speaker:
Jeff Reading- C3
Director- Operations & Enterprise Development

Hotel Le Germain
899 Centre St. SW, Calgary, AB
5:00- 7:30pm

Please click here to register for this event.


The CanGEA Mapping & Database Workshop will offer a robust look at the recently produced Alberta Favourability Map and other global geothermal databases. Expert-led presentations on the CO2 North American Storage Atlas, NGDS – US National Geothermal Database System and the IGA Global Protocol and Reporting Code will help guide viewers on the technical challenges and the advantages to developing globally recognized maps for the geothermal Industry.

Alberta Innovates Technology Futures
3608 33 St NW, Calgary, AB
8:30AM – 4:30pm

Please click here to register for this event.


Canadian Geothermal Energy Development in Canada & Abroad!

The CanGEA Industry Day will help bring you up to speed on the development of geothermal energy in Canada and by Canadians internationally. Learn about recent research and development, new geothermal projects in Canada and internationally, and hear about the provincial and federal government programs that have helped nurture the industry in the last few years.

Alberta Innovates Technology Futures
3608 33 St NW, Calgary, AB
8:30AM – 4:30pm

Please click here to register for this event.


Venue & City

Venue: Alberta Innovates Technology Futures

CanGEA would like to say a big thank-you to our hosts at AITF for their assistance and giving our
conference a home. The AITF facility has free parking and close access to Calgary’s light-rail transit
program (Brentwood Station).

AITF is part of Alberta’s research and innovation system and is helping build healthy, sustainable businesses in the province. Through a suite of programs and services directed towards entrepreneurs, companies, researchers and investors, Tech Futures is preparing Alberta for a next generation economy.

Calgary, AB, Canada

Calgary offers the best of all worlds – a vibrant, cosmopolitan city of over 1 Million people with
outstanding adventure and pristine wilderness only an hour away in the majesty of the Canadian Rockies, including Banff National Park.
Prosperity in Calgary relates to more than simple economics as quality of life has always been a major consideration. There is an uncommon energy and unique combination of adventure, spirit and western
hospitality that makes Calgary a great destination to visit. In Calgary and beyond you will discover a wealth of cultural attractions, festivals, parks and pathways, live performances, spa experiences and sights to see. Wide- open blue skies, sunshine and moderate climate beckons outdoor enthusiasts with four-season adventure. There are so many reasons to visit Calgary! For more information about Calgary and local activities, click here.

Please click here to register for this event.


Canadian & Global Database/Mapping Initiatives

Check out this great article that was recently published in Scientific American about how a new geothermal data system could open up clean energy reserves. We will be discussing the details and how Canada is implementing this very thing at the conference, so be sure to register now to come and learn more about it!