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Modern ways of exploring geothermal resources in Indonesia and Netherlands to boost the energy transition

The Geothermal Capacity Building program GEOCAP, a bilateral program (6MEURO) between Netherlands and Indonesia, has been running since 2013 and is foreseen to continue until 2022. In this public-private partnership we thus have a decade of experience which we share in this session. The session addresses sustainable solutions for geothermal exploration including environment friendly methods, looks at the synergy between surface and subsurface exploration methods, and how to upscale local geologic information to regional prospectivity. In this risk analysis and mitigation, geology as well as economy and the environment are integral components of a multi-disciplinary workflow developed by GEOCAP. Methods for modern exploration of geothermal resources include those derived from remote sensing and earth observation, 3D subsurface/surface (thermo) GIS and modelling, geophysics, geochemistry and engineering. We explore synergies between exploration methods directed towards derisking operations and increasing drilling success rates. In this session through Q&A and open discussion we intend to identify scientific white spots, leading to a preliminary science and policy agenda for future bilateral collaboration on geothermal exploration and education. By emphasizing the focus on (solving) real-world problems we feel there is broad scope for the private sector participation in the session and in setting the agenda. Our target audience are geoscientists, policy makers and private enterprises. This session emphasizes the use of remote sensing public domain images (SAR and thermal) for geothermal exploration, especially in high enthalpy volcanic geothermal systems which generally have significant surface manifestations and are mostly controlled by geological structures, both primary and secondary structures. Some of the developments in remote sensing techniques and methods that have been carried out and the case study of remote sensing analysis in geothermal exploration will also be presented as learning and discussion materials.

Asep Saepulloh
Lecturer Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB)

Dr. Eng. Ir. Asep Saepulloh, S.T., M.Eng.- Institut Teknologi Bandung He got his BSc from the Faculty of Earth Science and Mineral Technology, ITB. He obtained a M. Eng. in Civil and Environmental Engineering of the Kumamoto University and a Dr. Eng. in New Frontier Sciences from Kumamoto University (Japan) in 2010 with tittle of Read more…

    Chris Hecker
    Associate Professor, Faculty of ITC, University of Twente

    Dr. Chris Hecker – University of Twente Dr. Chris Hecker in an associate professor in the Faculty of ITC, University of Twente. He focuses his research on the mineralogy of hydrothermal and geothermal alteration systems to facilitate te exploration of mineral deposits and renew able energy. Chris is the initiator and founder of the thermal Read more…

      Fred Beekman
      Assistant professor in the Tectonics Group, Utrecht University

      Dr. Fred Beekman – Utrecht University Dr. Fred Beekman is assistant professor in the Tectonics Group at Utrecht University. His expertise as geophysicist is the numerical modelling of (large-scale) tectonic deformation processes. His research interests include the geothermal characterization and evolution of sedimentary basins; the modelling of stress/strain/fracture distributions in basins and reservoirs, and the Read more…

        Freek van der Meer
        Project Leader, the Geocap

        Prof. Dr. Freek van der Meer – University of Twente A geologist by training from University of Amsterdam who did a PhD in remote sensing at Wageningen University. Having worked most of his career in remote sensing exploration in mineralized systems and oil and gas in 2010 he directed his research to geothermal systems and Read more…

          Jan-Diederik van Wees
          Principal Scientist, TNO and Professor, Utrecht University

          Prof. Dr. Jan-Diederik van Wees – TNO & UU Prof. dr. Jan-Diederik van Wees is principal scientist at TNO and professor at Utrecht University on the chair of geothermal exploration. He has over 20 years’ research experience, and is specialized in integrated studies using numerical tools to better characterize the subsurface at different scales for Read more…

            ITB manager for GEOCAP

            Dr. Eng. Ir. Suryantini ST, Dipl Geothermal EnTech., MSc – Institut Teknologi Bandung She is a geologist graduated from ITB, MSc in Earth Resource and Environmental Geoscience from ITC Netherland, she received a Post Graduate Diploma in Geothermal Energy Technology from the University of Auckland, New Zealand and a Doctor’s of Engineering Degree in Geothermics Read more…

              Tia den Hartog
              Project Management of International Projects, University of Twente

              Tia den Hartog – Muharamiah – University of Twente Tia is an experienced project manager who started her career in project management in 2006 at the Indonesian Ministry of Public Works. Tia obtained her Bachelor Degree in Urban and Regional Planning and MSc Degrees from Wageningen University (Urban Environmental Management and Van Hall Larenstein (Management Read more…

                Yunus Daud
                Head of the Geothermal Research Center, Universitas Indonesia

                Dr. Eng. Yunus Daud, Dipl. Geotherm.Tech., MSc – Universitas Indonesia Dr. Yunus Daud is  a geothermal academician and expert in Indonesia. He has more than 20 years’ experience in geothermal exploration, resource assessment and research in development of geoscientific technology and software. He is an owner of 7 patents in Geoscientific Software Development. His foundation Read more…

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                  • Start Date
                    Wednesday 25, 2020 3:00 PM
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                    Wednesday 25, 2020 4:00 PM
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