Webinar – Technology to find geothermal zones before drilling, Oct. 15, 2021

Webinar – Technology to find geothermal zones before drilling, Oct. 15, 2021 Webinar announcement
Alexander Richter 11 Oct 2021

Learn more on technology advancements to find geothermal zones subsurface before drilling in this webinar with Gordon Stove of Adrok, Oct. 15, 2021.

As part of the regular IGC Webinar series – a partnership of Enerchange and ThinkGeoEnergy – present Gordon Stove, CEO and Co-founder of Adrok Ltd., will speak about “Green technology for finding subsurface geothermal zones from ground level before drilling”.

After the presentation you have the possibility to discuss and ask questions.

You can register free of charge on

Trying to quantify subsurface rock, mineral, gas, fluid, density and temperature conditions for the exploration & production of natural resources is difficult because subsurface fluids, porosity, permeability, minerals and temperature are very uncertain and difficult to read as they are dynamic and complex.  The easiest way to read it accurately is through drilling which is very expensive & environmentally damaging.

Using pulsed electromagnetic Atomic Dielectric Resonance (ADR) Technology, we can now determine the existence of subsurface natural resources, movements and fluids without the need for invasive drilling.  ADR allows the measurement of subsurface temperature, rock, mineral, fluid and gas conditions from the earth’s surface, non-destructively.  Our technology eliminates the need for exploratory drilling and therefore reduces the expense and risks associated with it.

This presentation outlines Adrok’s progress in developing ADR for searching for subsurface geothermal zones by directly measuring temperature from ground level by generating Virtual Borehole logs.