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Hekla Energy with new drilling contract and booth at conference in Germany

Hekla Energy drilling rig at Mauerstetten, Germany (source: Iceland Drilling)
Alexander Richter 26 Oct 2010

Icelandic owned Hekla Energy announces drilling contract for a geothermal well in Pullach/ Germany and the representation at the upcoming German geothermal energy conference and trade show, November 17-18, 2010 in Karlsruhe, Germany.

Announced this month, Hekla Energy – owned by Icelandic geothermal drilling company Iceland Drilling  – has secured a new drilling contract for a geothermal well in Pullach, Bavaria in Germany.

The well is expected to be more than 4,000 meters deep and is necessary to extend the output of two existing borewells. The drilling is expected to start in January 2011.

The company will use its Bentec EuroRig 350 AC drilling rig and will also deal with sourcing of all required materials and services for the drilling work.

The company also announced that it will be jointly represented with Iceland Drilling at the upcoming German geothermal energy conference and Trade Show GEOEnergia in Karlsruhe, Germany. The event will take place November 17.-18, 2010.