New geothermal research alliance established in Greece

New geothermal research alliance established in Greece Akropolis in Athens, Greece (source: flickr/ Falco Ermert, creative commons)
Alexander Richter 24 May 2022

Greece's largest research center and a Greek oil and gas services firm agree to collaborate on researching geothermal energy aspects in Greece.

The two sides recently signed the relevant bilateral agreement for a period of 5 years, which stipulates that their cooperation will be developed in areas of common research interest, focusing on geothermal energy.

More specifically, the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the two sides establishes an effective scientific communication channel that will promote research on key geological features, evaluation and modeling of geothermal fields, including conceptual, static and dynamic modelling. 

Finally, the two sides are interested in launching joint research efforts on similar studies in oil, gas and CO2 storage.

Source: EnergyPress