The First Magma-Enhanced Geothermal System
January 28, 2014 | University of California, Riverside
"Despite some difficulties, the project was able to drill down into the molten magma and control it; it was possible to set steel casing in the bottom of the hole; allowing the hole to blow superheated, high-pressure steam for months at temperatures exceeding 450 C, created a world record for geothermal heat." Quoted from the University of California, Riverside press release.
Geothermal Annual Report
February 6, 2013 | United States Department of Energy
The Department of Energy's Geothermal Annual Report includes information about: play fairway mapping, geothermal demonstration projects, induced seismic events, the National Geothermal Data System and outreach to educational institutions.
Tracking Geothermal Energy Sources
May 9, 2013 | Arizona Public Media
In this Arizona Public Media video, Jane Poynter interviews Lee Allison, Director of the Arizona Geological Survey on the benefits of geothermal energy along with how a project led by AGS is making geothermal data and data analysis tools available to the public.