The 4th Global Geothermal Energy Summit will take place onWednesday 18 February 2015 – Thursday 19 February 2015 in Reykjavik, Iceland.
According to “2014 Annual U.S. & Global Geothermal Power Production Report’ by the Geothermal Energy Association (GEA), released in April, 2014, the international power market is booming, with a sustained growth rate of 4% to 5%. The report further revealed, currently there are 700 geothermal projects in development in 76 countries and that if all geothermal power plants under construction are completed on schedule the global geothermal industry could reach about 13,450 MW of nameplate capacity by 2017.
As the report states, there are many opportunities for geothermal power development globally, but where does the industry stand today and what can we expect in 2015? What are the factors involved in ensuring project success and funding in various regions and how do they compare to Europe?
To provide you with answers to these questions and many more key insights into the opportunities, challenges, global trends and policies, through expert led case study presentations, interactive session and discussions, ACI’s 4th Geothermal Energy Summit will provide a unique peer-to-peer learning platform with plenty of networking opportunities with key decision makers in the geothermal power industry.
Join us in Reykjavik, Iceland and learn about the best in class strategies, practices and technologies whilst networking with industry peers from across the geothermal power value chain.
• Global geothermal energy policy update and industry outlook
• Meeting the latest government & environmental policy and compliance requirements to ensure project approvals
• Case studies of latest technological advances to ensure cost reduction and project success for your geothermal projects
• Financing geothermal projects with regards to location, market conditions, geological potential, water flows, political environment and developer specifics
• Capturing accurate geological data in a timely and cost effective manner
• Investigating best methods, tools and strategy in geothermal exploration drilling
• Detailed design and construction
• Optimised operations and maintenance of geothermal power plants
Bjarni Pálsson, Manager of Power Projects Department, Landsvirkjun
Lárus Elíasson, Manager Geothermal Competence Centre, Atlas Copco Energas
Dominique Richard, Chief of Energy Projects, AFD
Fausto Batini, CEO, Magma Energy
Jonas Ketilsson, Senior Manager, Geothermal Development And Research, The National Energy Authority Of Iceland (Orkustofnun)
Eiríkur Bragason, CEO, ORKA Energy
Burkni Pálsson, CTO, geoSilica
Guðmundur Guðmundsson, Managing Director – Power Plant Operation, ON
Katrín Júlíusdóttir, Vice-Chairman, Althing (Office Of Parliament, Iceland)
Henry Veizades, Vice President, Veizades & Associates Inc
Kristi McGinley, Project Manager, Veizades & Associates Inc
Helgi Thor Ingason, Associate Professor, Reykjavik University
Joseph Seckbach, Editor in Chief, Cellular Origin, Life In Extreme Habitats And Astrobiology
Veronika Erős, International Project Leader, Agrotechfood
• Geothermal Project Developers and Operators
• Finance – VCs, Investment Banks and Investors
• Government – Federal and Local Municipalities
• Offtakers – Utilities and Industrial
• Technical Consultancies
• OEMs – Turbines, Tubing, Drilling, Pumps, Heat Exchangers
• Surface/Subsurface Exploration Technology Providers
• Drilling Contractors
To take advantage of our early bird registration offers and for further information, please contact: Claire Taylor-Payne, Tel: +44 20 3141 0601, Email: email@example.com