Geothermal energy from fractured “basement”Ruden drilling crew in Oslo. Photo: Ruden AS

Geothermal energy from fractured “basement”

Ruden AS works on a shallow geothermal project that can be used as an analogue for the oil and gas sector.

In the North Sea oil and gas sector, production from fractured basement is in the spotlight these days, given the Lancaster field development in the UK and the recently announced start of a production test from the Rolvsnes discovery by Lundin in the Norwegian sector. The understanding of fluid flow in fractured systems is not […]

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