Oil Price recently published an article on Canada’s ambitious plan to save the oil fields. Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) has partnered with Eavor Technologies Inc. and C-FER Technologies to evaluate the potential for geothermal energy to help oil sands thrive for another 30 years.
Eavor Technologies Inc. has been recognized as one of the leading CleanTech companies in the Foresight 50.
Cassels recently published a piece about the landscape of geothermal as a renewable energy source. The article suggests wind and solar energy are going to stick around, but with that comes concern around the variability of the resources.
Upstream recently published an article on the growing interest in potential geothermal investments by oil and gas companies in the US and globally.
Eavor welcomes the coalition agreement from the new German government published today.
To allow drilling and exploitation of deep CLGS wells, an integrated managed pressure operation (MPO) concept is presented.
Full decarbonization of the electricity sector is critical to global climate mitigation.
Across a wide range of sensitivities, firm low-carbon resources—including nuclear
power, bioenergy, and natural gas plants that capture CO2—consistently lower the
cost of decarbonizing electricity generation.
The Eavor-Loop™, a multilateral closed-loop geothermal system (MCLGS), is introduced as a zero-emission load-following resource (ZELFR) that is globally scalable and can provide baseload or dispatchable electricity.
Globally scalable geothermal energy production through managed pressure
operation control of deep closed-loop well systems.
Eavor-Lite™ is a full-scale demonstration project of a multilateral closed-loop geothermal system.
An update is presented based on ~16 months of operations and testing. The project is located near
Sylvan Lake, Alberta, Canada and consists of two 1.7 km long multilateral horizontal wellbores
connecting two 2.4 km deep vertical wellbores to create a U-tube shaped closed-loop geothermal