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Statistical corrections of fracture sampling bias in boreholes from acoustic televiewer logs
(New Zealand Geothermal Workshop, 2012)
Targeting structurally controlled permeability remains a challenge in high temperature geothermal fields, because of the difficulties in characterising faults and fractures and their behaviour within the reservoir. The ...
Fractures interpreted from acoustic formation imaging technology: Correlation to permeability
(Stanford University, 2011-01-31)
Permeable feed zones in geothermal wells are commonly identified using well profiles of temperature, pressure and fluid velocity measured at different injection rates during well completion testing and heat-up. While this ...
Modelling fluid flow through fractured rock: Examples using TVZ geothermal reservoirs
(New Zealand Geothermal Workshop, 2015-11-18)
Geothermal resources are often hosted within volcanic, plutonic, and basement-type lithologies. As such their matrix permeability can be very low and the transport and circulation of geothermal fluids will be dominated by ...