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GeoPower Europe 2011
The official annual conference of the European Geothermal Energy Council

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    • The Third Annual Official Meeting of the Re ate em for EG ook R M orm du s f be Deta Se European Geothermal Energy Council e EC ing F ce or rs ils B d GeoPower Europe Driving evolution and growth in European geothermal energy 6-7 December 2011, NH Milanofiori Congress Centre, Milan, Italy The speaker faculty includes: Silver Sponsors: Matthias Holenstein, Bret Mattes, Risk Dialogue Foundation Chief Executive Officer, Susan Petty, President and Star Energy Chief Technology Officer, Thor Erik Musæus, Managing AltaRock Energy Director, David Brethaut, Rock Energy Geothermal Geologist, Jose Manuel Soffia, Fugro Robertson Chief Executive Officer, Adele Manzella, Energia Andina Vigor Project, CNR-IGG John Carson, Chief Executive Officer, Oliver Krischer, MP, Alterra Power Corp Bundestag, Germany Francesco Starace, Ramin Lakani, Chief Executive Officer, Operations Manager, Enel Green Power Baker Hughes Lucien Bronicki, Ross Beaty, Chief Executive Officer, Executive Chairman, Ormat Alterra Power Corp You cannot afford to miss GeoPower Europe: Supporting Sponsor: 1. 20% attendees are from geothermal majors 2. The agenda has been designed to allow 8 hours of networking over the course of 2 days 3. The conference is streamed to facilitate detailed analysis of critical topics 4. As part of Day Twos focus on global opportunities African Jointly Produced By: and Indonesian projects will be the subject of debate 5. Following feedback from the industry the speakers will discuss how best to optimise the public perception of geothermal energyPLUS Pre-Conference Training Course: 5 December 2011 PLUS Post-Conference Training Course: 8 December 2011 PLUS Pre-Conference Workshop and District Heating Site Visit: 5 December 2011An Introduction to Geothermal An Introduction toPlants & Operations Geothermal Economics Economically viable directA Comprehensive 1-day Briefing on Geothermal Technology: A Comprehensive 1-day Briefing on Geothermal Economics: heating development; revealing theResources, Power Conversions and Operations. Costs, Risks, Power Markets and Business Case factors most successful technology and strategy for low enthalpy resourcesBook Now – Call +44 207 099 0600 or Online at: www.greenpowerconferences.com/geopowereurope2011Organised by: Endorsement Partner: Part Of: SERIES
    • Dear Members, Associates and Friends, I would like to invite you to join us and participate in the third annual GeoPower Europe Conference and Exhibition in Milan, Italy. Challenged by climate changes and the need to secure sustainable economic growth and social cohesion, Europe must achieve a genuine energy revolution to reverse unsustainable trends and realise ambitious policy expectations. A rational, consistent and far sighted approach to electricity supply is critical to ensure such transformation. Geothermal is the only source of renewable energy capable of driving such consistent and reliable electricity generation 24h per day, 365 days per year and the resource represents 25 billion times the world annual energy consumption; an almost unlimited and renewable source of energy. This heat flux from the earth to the atmosphere if not harvested is otherwise lost. As geothermal energy is available everywhere, local geothermal electricity production also reduces reliance on imports from unreliable suppliers. EGEC would like to emphasise the fact that geothermal will be key for an optimal energy mix. The geothermal sector calls on national governments and European Institutions to: • Invest in R&D to deploy EGS and bring down the cost of EGS plants • Adopt a Feed-in-Tariff suitable for EGS development • Create a European Risk Insurance Scheme; to mitigate the geological risk These topics and many more will be discussed and debated in detail at the conference in Milan with particular focus on the commerciality crucial to securing the investment that will fund the next phase of geothermal R&D. In addition, as Africa, Asia and South America develop their own resources we’ll hear from the individuals leading those markets to share their expertise and debate global implications. We look forward to meeting you at GeoPower Europe 2011 as we work together to drive geothermal energy from fledgling market to established industry with the capacity to help meet Europe’s energy needs. With an outstanding line-up of world leading speakers and exhibitors, the 2011 congress will be more important than ever in setting the agenda for the future of our industry. Your Sincerely Philippe DUMAS, Manager, European Geothermal Energy Council GeoPower EuropePre Conference Training: Thursday 5th December 2011 Workshop and Milan District HeatingA comprehensive 1-day briefing on Geothermal Site Visit: Monday 5th December 2011Technology: Resources, Power Conversions and Operations. Economically viable direct heating development:Course objectives Revealing the most successful technology andDesigned to be accessible to non-experts and the commercially-minded, this course describes: strategy for low enthalpy resources• The varied natures of geothermal resources and the challenges in exploring and characterising them Attend the intensive morning briefing to gain a complete• Geothermal power plant technologies and energy conversion cycles understanding of direct heat applications and how the• Ongoing operational issues and challenges, including production stainability return on investment at your site can be maximisedAudience through careful resource assessment, effective heatYou should expect to meet business people from: investors, insurers, policymakers, project storage and comprehensive understanding of thedevelopers, power utilities, technology providers and other interested parties. potential challenges. With combined heat and power aLevel & Style critical component in geothermal energy’s commercialAlthough the course includes scientific and technical information and terminology, we assume no prior future, this is a unique opportunity to gather businesstechnical knowledge – indeed a key aim is to demystify the terminology and language you will critical information that will inform your future strategyencounter within the geothermal industry. and help you build economically viable facilities.The course runs in a friendly, informal manner, encouraging discussions and questions to ensure that 8.30 Networking breakfastparticipants get the most out of their time. In order to better understand and illustrate the various 8.50 Low risk exploration and resource assessment usingtopics, some simple calculations and other explanatory exercises may be incorporated. existing oil and gas dataApproximate Timings (including lunch plus morning and afternoon refreshment breaks) 9.30 Optimising economic performance of geothermal wellsCourse begins: 09.00 - Course ends: 17.00 using high temperature heat storage in shallow aquifers 10.00 Dissolved methane in geothermal brine: nuisance or asset?Post Conference Training: Thursday 8th December 2011 10.30 Example project: geothermal heating for 4000 housesA comprehensive 1-day briefing on Geothermal in the city of The HagueEconomics: Costs, Risks, Power Markets and Business Case Factors. 11.00 Networking refreshment break 11.30 Direct heat in different markets: houses, industrialCourse objectives processes, existing district heating grids and greenhousesDesigned to be accessible to non-experts and the commercially-minded, this course describes: 12.15 Working direct heat into an electricity generation• The key cost and risk factors facing geothermal developers plant; efficient combined heat and power• How geothermal power competes and integrates into existing power systems and markets,• The fundamentals of geothermal cash flow and audience levelised cost calculations 13.00 Lessons learned from previous projects, recurring challenges and their potential solutionsLevel & StyleWe assume no prior financial expertise for this course, which seeks to provide clarity to what 13.45 Networking lunch breakcan be a complex and interconnected series of economic influences. Site Visit:The course runs in a friendly, informal manner, encouraging discussions and questions to ensure Afternoon Site visit to the Milan Canavese Districtthat participants get the most out of their time. In order to better understand and illustrate the Heating Facilityvarious topics, some simple calculations and other explanatory exercises may be incorporated. An exclusive opportunity to take a close look at the highlyApproximate Timings (including lunch plus morning and afternoon refreshment breaks) successful Milan direct heat geothermal plant. There are aCourse begins: 09.00 - Course ends: 17.00 maximum of 25 places on the site visit which will be allocated on a first come first served basis.About your trainer 14.45 Bus leaves for siteDr John Massey is Green Power Academys founder, Training Director, in-house renewables expert and lead trainer. 15.00 Commencement of guided tour including short presentation by head of siteCombining a strong academic science background with over fifteen years commercial experience of industryresearch, analysis and training across a variety of “new technology “ industries (including conventional and 17.00 Bus back to hotelrenewable energy, telecoms and IT), Dr Massey is expert in demystifying the terminology and workings of new Workshop leaders:technologies, and presenting their commercial and business context. He delivers training globally, to senior Bas de Zwart, Senior Consultantexecutives from a range of organisations from project development to finance and has also developed Noortje Heijnen, Geologisteducational material for both live and distance learning courses. Guus Willemsen, Founder, Director Business Development,He holds a 1st Class Honours degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge, a PhD in Earth Team Leader Deep SubsurfaceSciences and a Diploma in Economics, Innovation and Sustainability. This workshop is written and delivered by IF Technology.Book Now – Call +44 207 099 0600 or Online at: www.greenpowerconferences.com/geopowereurope2011
    • Meet Our ExpertsWe bring together the top players in the geothermal industry to debate, discussand share their experiences with our attendees. Our speaker faculty features: Ross Beaty, Executive Chairman, Alterra Power Corp Susan Petty, President and Chief Technology Officer, AltaRock Energy Ross J. Beaty is a geologist and resource company entrepreneur with Susan Petty has over 30 years experience in the geothermal industry in electrical over 38 years of experience in the international minerals industry. In and direct use project economics, optimizing of power plants to meet resource early 2008, Mr. Beaty founded Magma Energy Corp. to focus on conditions, reservoir evaluation, reservoir modeling, well, plant and wellfield international geothermal energy development. Magma currently owns performance data analysis, well testing and test data analysis. She has also three geothermal power plants, one in Nevada and two in Iceland, as assisted in negotiation of geothermal lease agreements, power sales agreements, well as an extensive portfolio of geothermal properties worldwide at geothermal project financing agreements and geothermal property sales and various stages of development. purchases, and policy studies for state and federal agencies. Ms Petty has worked on geothermal projects overseas in Indonesia, the Philippines and Central John Carson, Chief Executive Officer, Alterra Power Corp America. For a number of years, Ms. Petty assisted the Department of Energy in Mr. Carson is a highly experienced renewable energy business leader performing policy studies for geothermal energy research including economic with a core expertise in structuring and leading financial transactions. modeling of geothermal pricing and the impact of technology improvement on His financing experience over the last ten years includes senior positions the cost of geothermal power. held with GE Energy Financial Services, Terra-Gen Power and Noble Environmental Power, and he has closed well over US$2 billion of Dr. Thomas Reif, Gaßner, Groth, Siederer & Coll transactions, primarily in the renewable energy space. Since 2009 Dr. Thomas Reif has been partner of the Lawyer´s Office Gaßner, Groth, Siederer & Coll. Experts in the law of energy, planning, building and Matthias Holenstein, Master of Science ETH, MAS Psychosocial environment and an integrated business consulting practice. Management & Member of the Executive Board of the Risk Since 2004 Dr. Thomas Reif has been involved in the evaluation and development Dia-logue Foundation of numerous geothermal energy projects on a national level (e.g. Pullach, Matthias Holenstein has been involved in the field of risk management Unterföhring, Aschheim / Feldkirchen / Kirchheim, Holzkirchen, Geretsried, since 1998. In 2005 he joined the Risk Dialogue Foundation. His focus is Taufkirchen, Munster et al.). on infrastructures, energy and networks as well as methodological He also has provided geothermal experts’ advice to large utility companies (e.g. issues regarding risk evaluation and perception. These topics are also RWE AG, MVV Energie AG, AXPO AG) as well to international clients and projects part of his lecture at the University of Lucerne (MAS Risk Man-agement). (Worldbank, KfW, Geothermal Energy Ltd. / Dublin, Estonian Green Party). He is an officer in the Swiss Army (National Emergency Operation Center) responsible for the information of the public in cases of national Dr. Silas M. Simiyu, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, catastrophes. Geothermal Development Company Limited He was and is involved in several geothermal projects (Basel, St. Gallen, Dr. Silas Masinde Simiyu has more than 20 years’ experience in the development Gross-Gerau etc.). His foci are participation processes with all of geothermal resources having worked with the Kenya Power and Lighting stakeholders including the general public but also other risk Company (KPLC) and Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen). management aspects (risk frameworks, crisis management, social He was involved in the development of a business model for establishing a special perception and concerns, risk communication). purpose vehicle to spearhead geothermal development in Kenya. He consequently Oliver Krischer, MP, Bundestag, Germany established the Geothermal Development Company (GDC) and formulated its business plan and strategy for developing 5000 MWe by 2030. Oliver Krischer is a member of the German Bundestag. As a delegate of the Green Party (Alliance 90/The Greens), Krischer was elected to the Dr. Simiyu has carried out consultancy services in East and Central Africa and the Bundestag in the last general elections in Germany in 2009 and Comoros. Jointly with Orkurstofnun, he established the United Nations University represents the district of Düren, Northrhine-Westfalia. Geothermal Training Program for African Rift which trains 30 students annually. In the current parliamentary term, Mr. Krischer is the speaker for the Jose Manuel Soffia, Chief Executive Officer, Energia Andina parliamentary group in the fields of energy and resource efficiency. He José Manuel Soffia, Geologist, graduated from the University of Chile and MBA is a member of the Committee for Environment, Conservation and from the University del Desarrollo of Chile with 25 years of experience in Reactor Safety and a deputy member of the Committee for Economy exploration projects in the mining, oil & gas and geothermal Industries. He has and Technology. held several management positions in Geoscience Exploration, E&P Business Development and also as Geothermal Board of Director. Currently, Mr. Soffia is Adele Manzella, Vigor Project, CNR-IGG the CEO of Energia Andina, a Chilean geothermal company integrated by Adele Manzella worked in seismology, numerical modeling for seismic Antofagasta Minerals (60%) and Origin Energy (40%), which is running 15 and electromagnetism. Since 1990 she has been working mainly in geothermal exploration licenses in Chile. geothermal activities as a geophysicist, conducting magnetotelluric field and theoretical investigation of geothermal systems in Italy and abroad. Francesco Starace, Chief Executive Officer, Enel Green Power Coordinator of the national and international main geothermal Francesco Starace, born in Rome in 1955, has been President of Enel Green Power exploration projects of CNR. since the company’s inception in 2008, and subsequently appointed as Chief Sarah Mulder, Co-Founder, Epoch PR Executive Officer in September 2010. Since establishing Epoch PR in 2004, Sarah has worked with a range of Mr Starace joined Enel in the Fall of 2000, coming from Baden, Switzerland where corporate clients, advising on media strategy, corporate positioning, he was Head of ABB and subsequently Alstom’s Worldwide Gas Turbines Sales reputation management and audience connection. Sarah runs a range of Organization. high profile campaigns across the clean tech, corporate and public In Enel he headed the Business Power within the Generation & Energy sectors for clients including Geothermal Engineering, HaloIPT and Arup as Management Division, then he was named Director of the Market Division and, well as advising start-up companies on launch and go to market strategy. since 2008, President of Enel Green Power. Oliver Krischer, MP, Thomas Reif, Luca Xodo, Business Development Manager, Bundestag, Germany Gaßner, Groth, Siederer & Coll Exergy Pál Kovács, Assistant Secretary of State, Susan Petty, President and Chief Technology Officer, François Le Scraigne, Business Development – Ministry of National Development, Hungary AltaRock Energy Clean Energy Business Unit, Ramin Lakani, Operations Manager, Cryostar Annarita Bramerini, Regional Minister of the Baker Hughes Alexander Richter, Director, CanGEA & Managing Environment, Tuscany Region Thomas Mathews, Partner, Francesco Starace, Chief Executive Officer, Fugro Robertson ThinkGeoEnergy Enel Green Power Thor Erik Musæus, Managing Director, Dr Silas M. Simiyu, Managing Director & Chief Lucien Bronicki, Chief Executive Officer, Rock Energy Executive Officer, Ormat Adele Manzella, Vigor Project, Geothermal Development Company CNR-IGG Bret Mattes, Chief Executive Officer, Matthias Holenstein, Star Energy Jose Manuel Soffia, Chief Executive Officer, Energia Andina Risk Dialogue Foundation Ross Beaty, Executive Chairman, John Carson, Chief Executive Officer, Larus Holm, Managing Director, Alterra Power Corp Alterra Power Corp Mannvit, Hungary Sarah Mulder, Co-Founder, Carlo Minini, Sales Manager, Jan Diederik Va Wees, Senior Researcher, Epoch PR Turboden TNOBook Now – Call +44 207 099 0600 or Online at: www.greenpowerconferences.com/geopowereurope2011
    • Exhibition sold out in 2009 and 2010 Marketing Opportunities at GeoPower Europe 2011 GeoPower Europe has doubled in size in the last two years, and the third annual event promises to be the biggest yet. Last year’s event was a sell-out, so this year we have expanded the size of the exhibition hall to allow for more exhibitors and greater networking. We have also added bolt-ons to our sponsorship packages to enable our clients to get the most out of this crucial European To the industry event. conference Our business development team will work with you to create a tailored package perfectly 1 2 14 15 suited to your marketing aims and budget. RESERVED RESERVED To discuss all available options please contact: Paul Shearer, Geothermal Business Development Manager: Tel: +44 (0)203 355 4211, 16 Email: paul.shearer@greenpowerconferences.com 8 RESERVED 3 Some of the marketing options 17 18 available include: 9 10 RESERVED RESERVED • Platinum, gold and silver RESERVED sponsorship packages 4 • Exhibition stand The following can be bolted-on to an existing sponsorship, or sponsored as a standalone option: • Breakfast (on day one of the 5 19 20 event) 11 12 • Networking cocktail reception (at the end of day one) • Networking dinner (at the end of day one) • Lanyards RESERVED RESERVED • Delegate bags • Delegate stationery 6 7 21 22 • Off-site visit to a local District Heating Site Over 50% CxO Level Attendance To Lunch CxO Sales/Marketing Finance Academic Regulatory 2011 Press 2009 2010 Exhibition Consultant Exhibition Exhibition Analyst Sold Out! Sold Out! Over 50% Sold!Book Now – Call +44 207 099 0600 or Online at: www.greenpowerconferences.com/geopowereurope2011
    • Silver Sponsors: Baker Hughes has been a technology leader in the oil and gas industry for over 100 years and continues to partner with operators to find solutions for complex technical challenges. A leading global oilfield service company with operations in over 90 countries, Baker Hughes provides reservoir consulting, drilling, pressure pumping, formation evaluation, completion and production products and services to the worldwide oil and gas industry. Exergy, belonging to SECI Energia - Maccaferri Industrial Group, designs and supplies complete systems utilizing the Organic Rankine Cycle. Exergy has the expertise to complete the entire project, from the design of the innovative ORC turbine to complete system testing and commissioning, providing a turnkey solution with both standardized products and tailor made machines of any size from 100 kW on. Exergy ORC machines are suitable for a wide range of applications: biomass, geothermal, CSP and heat recovery. Fugro provides globally, through offices in 50 countries, geothermal exploration and exploitation solutions (consulting and project management, site investigation and data acquisition) for the whole range of geothermal resources and uses, designed to minimise and mitigate risks, manage development processes and optimise returns on investment. Our clients benefit from our vast global expertise, experience 23 and knowledge of 50 years of services to the Petroleum and Engineering and over a decade to the Geothermal industry. RESERVED RESERVED Mannvit is an international consulting firm offering comprehensive engineering, 29 consulting, management, operational and EPCM services that can take a project from start to finish. Since the early seventies, RESERVED Mannvit has been active in the area of renewable energy and has 24 25 been involved in the development of most power plants in Iceland, both hydroelectric and geothermal. The company 30 employs some 400 dedicated, experienced engineers and technicians, who have successfully completed projects on almost every continent. RESERVED Ormat Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: ORA) is a worldwide renowned geothermal powerNetworking 31 company Ormat has over four decades of experience in the development of state-of-the-art, Area environmentally sound geothermal power solutions, primarily in geothermal energy and recovered energy generation. In addition to designing, developing, building, owning and operating geothermal and recovered energy-based power plants; Ormat 32 also manufactures and sells power units and other power generating equipment for geothermal and recovered 26 27 energy-based electricity generation. RESERVED Ormat is todays only vertically-integrated geothermal power company. The in-depth knowledge gained from these operations gives Ormat a competitive edge by enabling efficient maintenance and timely response to operational issues. Ormat was founded and is still managed by pioneers in the ea e Ar geothermal power generation field. Today, Ormat employs over offe RESERVED 1000 people worldwide. At cutting-edge research and C manufacturing facilities, our engineers research power 28 generation technologies and build and test power plants before deployment. Turboden is a Pratt & Whitney Power Systems company with over 30 years experience designing, manufacturing, supplying and servicing Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) turbogenerators for the generation of heat and electrical power from renewable sources, including geothermal, biomass, solar and waste heat. With more than 130 ORC units in operation and about 70 under construction, Turboden is established himself as a specialist in ORC technology. TÜV SÜD is recognized worldwide as a leading supplier of technical services. We offer integrated consulting services and support regarding complex tasks, irrespective of the location and type of geothermal power station you intend to build or operate. We provide consultancy and testing for appropriately incorporating technical requirements on exploration of source and corr. plant design. 1. Project´s risk evaluation by integrated technical due diligence, 2. Testing and quality inspections in plant´s construction phase, 3. Current technical inspections targeting plant´s safety and high operability Book Now – Call +44 207 099 0600 or Online at: www.greenpowerconferences.com/geopowereurope2011
    • Day 1: 6 December 201108.30 Registration & coffee Finance, Investment and Commercialisation09.00 Opening Remarks from the Chair Burkhard Sanner, President, 14.30 Finance and Investment: Building the European Geothermal Energy Council (EGEC) Crucial Partnerships Needed to Fund Development Policy to Support Growth • The effect of Europe-wide and national tariffs and regulatory frameworks on the bankability of geothermal energy • NER 30009.15 The Role of Geothermal in the Future of • National and public support schemes, and public/private the European Energy Mix partnerships • Assessing the ECs stance on geothermal potential, • How have funding models evolved during the past year and Political Keynote opportunity and risk and how they plan to support it how might 2012 look for geothermal investment and • Has the attitude towards geothermal energy altered finance deal structures? following the damage to the reputation of nuclear energy? • Seeking equity, project and debt finance and the impact • How can the regulatory process be streamlined in order to each has on your financials facilitate faster deployment of planned geothermal plants? • Does the financial community have an accurate impression • Creating a prosperous and stable geothermal market that of the actual risks associated with geothermal? Ensuring encourages developers and secures Europe’s base-load accurate risk perception renewable future • Due diligence, bankability, risk assessment and developing Speakers to be announced credible cost and revenue benchmarks Speakers to be announced09.40 Laying the Foundations of a European 15.30 Networking refreshment break Geothermal Industry 15.50 Progress in the Commercialisation of • Political uncertainty and its effect on the ability of Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS) geothermal projects to secure finance, investment • The ongoing focus on induced seismicity and sustainability, and buyers its effect on the reputation and bankability of EGS and • Establishing the basis of a European model of geothermal what can be done to mitigate the effects power plants in harmony with the environment • NER300 and its potential impact on EGS funding • Expand the EGS concept in the different regions and • The latest in EGS technology and the implications for cost, geological conditions of Europe safety and economic viability • Looking back at 2011: what has altered the landscape for • Securing finance for EGS projects; is it getting easier? the industry? • Projections for the future of the technology both in terms • The challenges for 2012 and how those companies of bankability and R&D leading geothermal will tackle them Jan Diederik Van Wees, Senior Researcher, TNO • Is Combined Heat and Power the future of commercially viable Susan Petty, President and Chief Technology Officer, geothermal energy production? AltaRock Energy Lucien Bronicki, Chief Executive Officer, Ormat Ross Beaty, Executive Chairman, Alterra Power Corp Public Perception Francesco Starace, Chief Executive Officer, Enel Green Power10.40 Networking refreshment break 17.00 Maximising Outreach for the11.10 Creating a Positive Policy Context for the Promotion of Geothermal • A positive public image is crucial to the success of all Geothermal Sector renewable technologies; how does geothermal measure up? • Infrastructure • Analyses of recent European examples of both positive and • Smart Cities and Communities Initiative negative community perception • Employment (localised job creation, not outside Europe) • How can we take ownership of our industry’s reputation • Discussion of the IEA geothermal roadmap 2011 and ensure that the public’s perception of geothermal Oliver Krischer, MP, Bundestag, Germany energy production is accurate? Pál Kovács, Assistant Secretary of State, • Helping the public understand topics such as induced Ministry of National Development, Hungary seismicity, carbon dioxide production, and cooling of the Annarita Bramerini, Regional Minister of the Environment, earth’s thermal resources Tuscany Region • Ensuring that a negative public perception does not migrate to affect the financial and political community’s12.10 Case Studies of Recent Projects attitude towards geothermal Two case studies of recently completed geothermal Sarah Mulder, Managing Director, Epoch PR developments in Europe. Thomas Reif, GGSC If you are a developer who would like to give a detailed Matthias Holenstein, Chairman and Director, account of the successes and challenges that took place at Risk Dialogue Foundation your new plant this year, please send your proposal to Alexander Richter, Director, CanGEA, Managing Partner, com@egec.org ThinkGeoEnergy 18.00 Closing Remarks from the Chair13.00 Networking lunch break 18.10 End of Day One and Networking Evening“Excellent - I feel like all of the major players of the geothermal industry were in attendance, and that Please join us at the evening reception for the caliber of speakers was very high” drinks and canapes. An opportunity to establish new contacts and reconnect with old ones. National Oilwell Varco Book Now – Call +44 207 099 0600 or Online at: www.greenpowerconferences.com/geopowereurope2011
    • Day 2: 7 December 2011 • Offshore oil technology Plenary Session • Assessing the proven success of using extinct oil wells08.50 Opening Remarks from the Chair to produce geothermal, and how much further development we can expect in the future09.00 Spotlight: Oil and Gas Technology Crossover David Brethaut, Geothermal Geologist, • Using geothermal’s ruthlessly cost-focused technology Fugro Robertson to tempt O&G into partnerships Ramin Lakani, Operations Manager, • The particular relevance to tar sands technologies of Baker Hughes highly energy-efficient geothermal techniques 10.30 Case Studies of Recent Projects • Shale Gas applications • Parasitic energy as the ideal route towards geothermal 11.00 Networking refreshment break partnership; using waste water to make money 11.30 Achieving Competitiveness: Costs of Geothermal • HP/HT tools and the potential cross over between O&G and geothermal • The factors affecting the costs of geothermal • Cost-efficient fracking, why it’s important for O&G and • How have recent cost-reductions been achieved? how geothermal expertise is relevant • Cost-effective drilling techniques and technologies • What are O&G waiting for? Careful analysis of exactly • External costs: grid infrastructures, storage, waste etc which factors will stimulate investment 12.30 Networking lunch break Conference Room One Conference Room Two13.45 Regional Focus: Emerging Geographies 13.45 R&D Forum: Completion and Operation in Europe Technology – Running a Successful Plant • What potential is there and which resources represent the Once the Hole is Dug best opportunities? • Effective and efficient completion technology for the • How has the national political environment slowed or production bore hole encouraged geothermal development? • Low low/high enthalpy operation • Which are the most promising pilots or completed • Double flash power units; cost versus performance projects in the region? • Binary cycle research update and assessment of the • Specific risks associated with developments in implications for the next generation of power plants each market • Down Hole heat exchangers Adele Manzella, Vigor Project, CNR-IGG • A closer look at the latest turbine advances in technology Thor Erik Musæus, Managing Director, Rock Energy specifically designed for low temperature resources Carlo Minini, Sales Manager, Turboden14.30 Chile and South America Luca Xodo, Business Development Manager, Exergy • Opportunities and challenges operating beyond European François Le Scraigne, Business Development – Clean Energy resources Business Unit, Cryostar • Common experiences of dealing with export markets 14.30 Innovative Technologies • Developing projects outside of Europe to leverage • Offshore geothermal projects industry capabilities in terms of exploration, project • Co-production with minerals (gold, zinc etc) management, financing capability • Turbines: high efficiency • The next big thing: which regions are exhibiting the Speakers to be announced potential for future exploration? • With ambitious targets for geothermal growth; is Chile’s 15.00 Geothermal Heating & Cooling from a performance about to catch up to its potential? Resource to Revenue – Geothermal Jose Manuel Soffia, Chief Executive Officer, Heating Plants in Europe Energia Andina • Development experience and implications from Hungary’s John Carson, Chief Executive Officer, geothermal market Alterra Power Corp • Using existing data from hydrocarbon wells when targeting geothermal reservoirs to improve success rate15.00 Export Opportunities: Indonesia • Integrated interpretation of well, seismic, AMT/MT and • The latest evolutions in the Indonesian market gravity data Seismic studies to reduce risk Bret Mattes, Chief Executive Officer, Star Energy • Geothermal drilling experience in the Pannonian basin • The area’s geothermal market development16.00 Development Opportunities in Africa Larus Holm, Managing Director, Mannvit, Hungary • Update on the latest developments in Africa and what is required to ensure potential is realised 16.00 Improving the Success Rate of • Creating crucial international partnerships to support the Exploration Drilling and Reducing its Cost burgeoning industry • Reduction in geological risk through use of more • Project management and financing capability in emerging sophisticated simulation technology African markets • Cost-effective drilling techniques and technologies Silas Masinde Simiyu, Chief Executive Officer, • Looking to the next essential steps in bringing down the risk of geothermal exploratory drilling Geothermal Development Company Speakers to be announced17.00 Closing Remarks from the Chair 17.00 Closing Remarks from the Chair17.40 End of Day Two 17.40 End of Day Two Book Now – Call +44 207 099 0600 or Online at: www.greenpowerconferences.com/geopowereurope2011
    • Ea kin ff r 20 be Bo % tob rly g fo Tel: o o e 10 5 Oc +44 (0)20 7099 0600 re 2 GeoPower Europe Fax: +44 (0)20 7900 1853 E-mail: melissa.abecassis@greenpowerconferences.com 6-7 December 2011: NH Milanofiori 8-9 December, Milan, Italy Congress Centre, Paris, France Online: www.greenpowerconferences.com/geopowereurope2011 11 Please Register Me For Standard Rates □ 4 day package (5-8 December 2011) 2 day conference, either Pre-conference Training Course or Workshop/District Heating Site Visit and Post-conference Training Course 3197 EUR □ An Introduction to Geothermal Plants & Operations (5/11) □ Workshop & District Heating Site Visit (5/11) □ An Introduction to Geothermal Economics (8/11) □ 3 day package 2 day conference and one Training Course or Workshop/District Heating Site Visit (please select your option below) 2398 EUR □ An Introduction to Geothermal Plants & Operations □ An Introduction to Geothermal Economics □ Workshop & District Heating Site Visit □ 2 Day Conference Only (6-7 December 2011) 1599 EUR □ Non-Profit Organisation Rate (20% discount) These reduced rates are available for registered NGOs, government representatives and non-profit organisations only. Reduced rates are at the discretion of Green Power Conferences and proof of status may be requested. □ EGEC member rate 999 EUR □ Special Group Offer: Register 3 delegates, only pay for 2 Early Booking Rates: Save an additional 10% if you book before 25 October 2011 There are a limited number of free passes available for Government and European Union representatives, subject to approval by Green Power Conferences. To apply please contact sophy.searight@greenpowerconferences.com Delegate DetailsDelegate 1: Name: .................................................................................... 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