Find out what's happening in the Australian and international geothermal energy scene.
Asia & Western Pacific Regional Branch of the IGA, Manila, Philippines, October 2, 2019
As all AGA members are automatically members of the Asia & Western Pacific Regional Branch of the IGA we hereby notify you of the IGA's Asia-Western Pacific Regional Branch 12th Annual General Meeting in Manila at Marquis Events Place, Bonifacio Global City at 5.15pm on 2 October 2019. Graeme Beardsmore, a director of AGA plans to attend.
3rd International Geothermal Conference GeoHEAT2019, Kamchatka, Russia,
3-6 September 2019
The Geotechnical Research Center of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences have issued their 1st announcement of this GEOHEAT conference for 2019.
The program commences with field trips in late August 2019 and in addition to the plenary sessions includes short courses and concludes with field trips in early September. Further details can be obtained by clicking below.
GRC Annual Meeting & Expo, 15-18 September 2019, Palm Springs Convention Center, Palm Springs, California USA
This conference organised by the University of Alberta Geothermal Research Group is dedicated to sharing knowledge and insight
into the development of geothermal resources in sedimentary basins worldwide. Topics will include: science, geology, engineering, policy, regulation, and social license issues. They solicit participation from academics, government, and industry in all countries, in the form of oral and poster presentations, panel discussions, and field trips into the Rocky Mountains October 16-17.
IEA Geothermal meeting in Costa Rica, 11-12 November
Details will be posted when available.
The AGC 2019 will feature a technical program around the theme of “Groundwater in a Changing World” that covers a broad range of applications to resources, infrastructure and environment. The program welcomes groundwater researchers, industry professionals and policy development specialists to this unique event.
Early-bird registration is open.
The World Geothermal Congress (WGC) will be held in Reykjavik, Iceland in April 2020 in the Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre. Iceland has played a vital role in the technological development of geothermal power, district heating and direct use. Short courses, field visits and workshop will be held in association with the Congress proceedings.
For the WGC, the Australian Geothermal Association has submitted an abstract of a paper which describes the status of geothermal sector and its activities in Australia.