Enabling Development of Geothermal Projects and Technology
March 23rd, 2017
Alberta Innovates Building
3608 33 St NW, Calgary, AB
1:00 - 4:15 PM - Speakers
4:15 - 5:30 PM - Networking
Either way, this event is for you.
CanGEA is proud to present "Enabling Development of Geothermal Projects and Technology". Join us, and five industry speakers as they help guide you through today's geothermal landscape and opportunities.
Featuring Speakers From:
Ron Bettin - ReSOURCE YYC
Innovation in Alberta: Is there a path from oil & gas to geothermal?
Sean Collins - Terrapin
Unlocking low temperature geothermal opportunities in Alberta
Adrien Desmarais - Petrospec Engineering
Introduction to Downhole Instrumentation and Deployment in Geothermal Reservoirs
As the geothermal industry begins to accelerate in Canada and internationally, it will be necessary to collect downhole reservoir conditions (temperature and pressure for example) in real time. Incorporating instrumentation into geothermal well completions can provide the necessary reservoir monitoring capabilities using field proven oilfield techniques. On the flip side, reservoir maintenance, infrastructure and well integrity and corrosion and scaling issues will need to be addressed and mitigated. Applying oilfield technology and completions to custom designed downhole chemical injection systems will greatly enhance production well integrity and can have a dramatic effect on operating costs.
Roger Milley - Fuzeium
Roger Milley is the CEO of Fuzeium Innovations Inc. Fuzeium ignites insight from data. This is done by answering questions with interactive dashboards. Fuzeium will demonstrate how Well data can be made easier to understand.
Lauren MacLennan - Trade Commissioner (Prairies & Northwest Region)
Lauren MacLennan recently joined the Calgary Regional Office where she is Trade Commissioner responsible for the renewable energy and mining sectors. Lauren has previously completed assignments in Vancouver, Australia, New Zealand, and Ottawa. Originally from Alberta, she is excited to be home and looks forward to assisting companies in the prairies and Northwest Territories region to reach their international business development goals.
With our on-the-ground presence in 161 cities worldwide and our offices across Canada, the Trade Commissioner Service is everywhere you do business. If your company or organization is ready to export, partner or invest abroad, we are here to help.
The CanExport program is a five-year, $50-million Government of Canada program that provides direct financial assistance to small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) registered in Canada that are seeking to develop new export opportunities and markets, especially high-growth emerging markets.
Maureen Kolla - Alberta Innovates
Members: $60.00 for corporate members, $100.00 for individual members & $30.00 for students/seniors
Non-Members: $200.00 for non-members and $80.00 for students/seniors
$10.00 for Members & $30.00 for Non-Members