Last week our project manager and petrophysicist Søren A Christensen gave a lecture on “how to quantify reservoir properties of a clastic geothermal reservoir. Søren elaborated on the practical experience with respect to estimation of key parameters of the reservoir. He had also prepared a real case exercise which gave the students a better understanding for the work as well as the flavor of the uncertainties involved in this sector.

We are pleased and thankful for the opportunity to be part of this “Geothermal Reservoir Engineering” course. Thanks to Hamid Nick and Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre (DHRTC) under DTU – Technical University of Denmark for hosting us and preparing great inspirational environment to present and share valuable information.

Also, thanks to our engineer Milad Mohammadi for coordinating between us and DTU which made this possible. Collaboration between us as industry and academia like DTU hopefully adds momentum to development of renewable energy in Denmark. We look forward to more opportunities for collaboration with DTU as well as other research centers.