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Event program / Geo-Energy Systems and Underground Technologies

DGMK/ÖGEW spring conference "Shape up the subsurface industry for a changing energy landscape"

Wednesday, May 15, 2024

Welcome and Opening

Großer Saal

13:30
Opening

G. Netzeband, Managing Director of DGMK e.V., J. Rückheim, Chairman of the DGMK Department of Geo- Energy Systems and Underground Technologies

Plenary Lectures

Moderation: J. Rückheim

13:45
Current challenges in energy and climate policy German energy transition and international climate policy - do they still go together?

Th. Schaefer, Head of Thematic Cluster Digitalization & Climate Change, Cologne Institute for Economic Research, Cologne, Germany

14:15
Vienna's heating transition: Energy transition only with geothermal energy

L. Kirchberger, Head of Asset Decarbonization & New Technologies, Wien Energie GmbH, Vienna, Austria

14:45
Laudatory speech and presentation of the Georg Hunaeus Prize

R. Frimpong, Chairman of the Board of DGMK e.V.

14:50
Presentation of the She Drives Energy - Study Award 2023

G. Netzeband, Managing Director of DGMK e.V.

14:55
Prize winners: Brief presentation of the works

15:05
Coffee Break

underground storage technology

Moderation: R. Przyrowski
Großer Saal

15:30
The dimensioning of gas storage caverns in rock salt under consideration of thermally induced infiltration cracks

B. Leuger, L. Baumgärtel, F. Körner, D. Zapf, Leibniz University Hannover, Institute of Geotechnics Dept. IUB, Hannover

16:30
Cavern storage using the example of the K603 oil storage cavern in Wilhelmshaven-Rüstringen

K. Schippers1, S. Emmerlich2, J. Langer2, R. Schäfer2, M. Simon2, 1NWKG, Wilhelmshaven, 2DEEP.KBB GmbH, Bad Zwischenahn

17:00
Implementation of the Gas Cap Utilization Concept of the 16.TH as Peak Underground Gas Storage

D. Zabel1, N. Baric1, S. Kreiger2, 1OMV Aut E&P GmbH, Subsurface Engineering Austria, Gänserndorf, Austria, 2OMV Gas Storage GmbH, Technical Asset Management, Vienna, Austria

Digital Transformation

Moderation: J. Möller
Hunting room

16:00
Automating the Well Workover Candidate Identification Process in one of Europe's largest Onshore Oil Fields, Matzen

K. Verbole Ilijev1, M. Vögele2, I. Tishchenko2, E. Avbelj1, S. Hercus2, A. Payer-Moser1M. S. Eichinger-Klemm2, 1OMV Exploration & Production GmbH, Gänserndorf, Austria, 2OMV Exploration & Production GmbH, Vienna, Austria

17:00
Data-Driven Future: Wintershall Dea's OSDU Data Platform Deployment Strategy

de Groot, M., Mackie, S, Wintershall Dea AG, Hamburg

Geoscience

Moderation: J. Schoenherr
Celler Saal

15.30
Keynote | On the Role of Probabilistic Geomodeling for Risk and Uncertainty Assessment in Geothermal Exploration

F.Wellmann1,2, J. Niederau1, O. Ritzmann1, 1Fraunhofer IEG, Bochum, 2Numerical Geosciences, Geothermal Energy and Reservoir Geophysics, RWTH Aachen University

16.00
Georg Hunaeus Prize | Reservoir Characterization of low to high Enthalpy Geothermal Systems

L. Weydt, Technical University of Darmstadt, Department of Geothermal Science and Technology, Darmstadt

16.30
Geomechanical-numerical Models without Stress Magnitude Data

M. Ziegler1,2, O. Heidbach2,3, 1Technical University Munich, Munich, 2Helmholtz Center Potsdam - GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Potsdam, 3TU Berlin, Institute for Applied Geosciences, Berlin

17.00
Petrography-based Workflow on Drill Cuttings in Combination with Borehole Gamma Ray Data, and pXRF on Reservoir Rocks from the Vienna Basin Flysch Play

J. A. Ölmez1,2, B. Busch1, R. Möbius, K. Dasgupta3, A. L. Gauer3, F. Tosoratti3, C. Hilgers1,2,1KIT, Institute of Applied Geosciences, Structural Geology & Tectonics, Karlsruhe, 2KIT Campus Transfer GmbH, TTE Reservoir-Geology, Karlsruhe, 3OMV Exploration & Production GmbH, Vienna, Austria

HSE

Moderation: B. Gerhardtz
Schlosszimmer

Poster Session

Moderation: L. Ganzer
Gallery on the upper floor & in front of the Celle Hall

17:30
Poster contributions (see below)

Evening Event

Großer Saal

19:00
Greetings of the ÖGEW

R. Oswald, Chairman of ÖGEW

19:15
Decarbonization of a logistics giant!

A. Mündel, SVP Strategy & Operations Programs, Deutsche Post DHL Group, Bonn

20:00
Dinner

Thaers Wirtshaus, Thaerpl. 1, 29221 Celle (Directly at the Congress Union Celle)

Thursday, May 16, 2024

08.15 - 08.55
Coffee Morning

in the foyer

Underground Storage

Moderation: I. Forstner
Großer Saal

09.00
She Drives Energy - Study Award | Hydrogen Transport and Storage Properties of Reservoir Analogues: Experimental Investigations of Stress and Temperature Dependencies

S. Husch, Institute for Geology and Geochemistry of Petroleum and Coal, RWTH Aachen University in cooperation with the Fraunhofer IEG in Bochum

09.30
Use of a former gas storage facility for aquifer heat storage

T. Tischner, Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources, Deep Geothermal Energy and CO2 Storage, Hanover

10.00
Influence of reservoir permeability on gas-based temperature storage

D. Bücken1,2, T. Backers1, 1Ruhr University Bochum, Working Group "Engineering Geology and Rock Mechanics", Institute of Geology, Mineralogy and Geophysics, Bochum, 2Geomecon GmbH, Berlin

Methane emission

Moderation: J. Lillie
Hunting room

Transition of the Energy Sector towards Methane Emissions Monitoring and Reduction based on Emerging Frameworks

G. Kotsiopoulou, OMV Exploration & Production GmbH, Facility Optimization, Vienna, Austria

With technology and team spirit - efficient and targeted reduction of methane emissions

J. Brandtner1, J. Schmitt2P. Weustermann3, 1Bundesverband Erdgas, Erdöl und Geoenergie e.V., Sustainability and Environment, Hanover, 2Wintershall Dea AG, Sustainability, Kassel, 3ExxonMobil Production Deutschland GmbH, Sustainability, Hanover

10:00
Q&A Session

Petroleum Engineering

Moderation: A. Payer-Moser
Celler Saal

09:00
Barenburg EOR Pilot: from Theory to Practice

T. Vielhauer, J. Plenge, F. Fazeli, ExxonMobil Production Deutschland GmbH, Hanover

09:30
Data-Driven Improved Waterflood Management in Various Types of Oil Fields: The Use Case for Streamline Surveillance

S. Salchenegger1, D. Oliva Marti1, A.-M. Burchisis2, A.-C. Popa2,1OMV Exploration & Production GmbH, Reservoir Optimization, Gaenserndorf, Austria, 2OMV Petrom SA, Bucharest, Romania

10:00
Development Concept of the Hot Water Development project in the Oilfield Emlichheim

S. Künckeler, H. Beckmann, D. Prasno, Wintershall Dea Deutschland GmbH, Hamburg

Performing while Transforming

Moderation: A. Weiß
Castle room

09.00
09.30
Innovation diffusion in the subsequent use of mining sites as a driver for climate neutrality and transformation processes

J. Haske1, T. Rudolph2, 1Research Center of Post-Mining at the THGA University Bochum, Reactivation & Transition, Bochum, 2Research Center of Post-Mining at the THGA University Bochum, Geomonitoring, Bochum

10:00
10:30 - 11:00
Coffee Break

Geothermal Energy

Moderation: J. Uhde
Großer Saal

11.00
Analytical and Numerical Calculation of Heat Transfer in Geothermal Systems for Energy Storage and Extraction

S. Mohammadi1, G. Brenner2, 1Clausthal University of Technology, Department of Current Mechanics, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, 2Institute of Engineering Mechanics, Department of Fluid Mechanics, Clausthal-Zellerfeld

11:30
Development of the Bochum Dannenbaum mine for heat and cold utilization: drilling and pumping tests

D. Teza1, D. Boernecke2, K. Appelhans2, F. Jagert2, J. Raube3, E. H. Saenger4,5, 1Fraunhofer IEG, Karlsruhe, 2Fraunhofer IEG, Bochum, 3Stadtwerke Bochum Holding GmbH, Bochum, 4Bochum University of Applied Sciences, Bochum, 5Ruhr University Bochum, Bochum

12:00
Case Study "Zechstein Geothermal Water"

F. Schroers1, K. K. Oezcubukcu2, U. Alt-Epping1, 1Wintershall Dea Deutschland GmbH, Hamburg, 2Wintershall Dea AG, Kassel

12:30
Extraction of Raw Materials from Geothermal Fluids - A Review of the BrineMine Project

V. Goldberg1,2, D. Winter3, J. Koschikowski3, T. Kohl1, F. Nitschke1, 1Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Geothermal Energy and Reservoir Technology, Karlsruhe, 2Universidad de Chile, Centro de Excelencia en Geotermia de Los Andes, Santiago de Chile, Chile, 3Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg

13:00
Lunch Break

Energy Storage

Moderation: Th. Schrockenfuchs
Hunting room

11:00
Numerical Simulation Study for the Evaluation of the UHS Pilot Test HySTORAGE

S. Hogeweg1, B. Hagemann1, G. Strobel2, C. Kosack2, L. Ganzer1, 1Clausthal University of Technology, Institute of Subsurface Energy Systems, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, 2Uniper Energy Storage GmbH, Düsseldorf

11:30
Standardization in Biocorrosion Management in Gas and Hydrogen Storage - Status Quo and Recent Developments

L. Dengler1, G. Schmid1, A. Koerdt2, A. Böllmann1, A. Kaul1, 1Microbify GmbH, Straubing,2Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Biological Material Damage and Reference Organisms, Berlin

12:00
Laboratory tests on the mechanical properties and gas tightness of borehole cements and casing cementation rock salt composite systems for salt caverns

T. Pan, K.-H. Lux, R. Wolters-Zhao, Clausthal University of Technology, Chair of Geomechanics and Multiphysical Systems, Clausthal-Zellerfeld

12.30
Comparison of Natural Gas and Hydrogen Withdrawal Profiles of Subsurface Porous Storage Sites

C. T. Lüddeke, B. Hagemann, L. Ganzer, Clausthal University of Technology (TU Clausthal), Institute of Subsurface Energy Systems, Clausthal-Zellerfeld

Production Engineering

Moderation: D. Davies
Celler Saal

11:00
Georg Hunaeus Prize | Experimental investigation and modeling of respiration phenomena in the irrigation of storage tanks

N. Schmidt, CSE-Engineering Center of Safety Excellence GmbH, Pfinztal

11:30
Managing Mature Oil Fields - LTO/Technology - Construction of the "Emlichheim Pipeline", use of new materials for the transportation of reservoir water

J. Nolle1Th.Späth2, 1ExxonMobil Production Deutschland GmbH, TEEX, Hanover, 2egeplast international GmbH, Greven

12:00
Use of CHP concepts - experience in relation to the operation of CoGen and CHP technology

T. Ladewig, ExxonMobil Production Deutschland GmbH, Asset Optimization Execution, Hanover

SPE Youngtimer Garage

Celle Castle Room

11:00
Introduction by GSSPE YPs

D. Bücken1, J. Siwert1, 1geomecon GmbH, Berlin, 1Equinor ASA, Trondheim, Norway

11:10
Technical Talk: A transition from conventional E&P to Geothermal

A. Owolabi, Eavor Deutschland GmbH, Düsseldorf

11:30
Technical Talk: Working for a contractor or a client. What is the difference?

C. Lesche, Uniper SE, Düsseldorf

11:50
Break

12:00
Mentoring Workshop: Career Progression Options

I. Becker.1, C. Kosinowski2, L. Hoegn3, J. Löw4, 1Equinor ASA, Harstad, Norway, 2Neptune Energy Holding Germany GmbH, Hanover, 3ExxonMobil Production Deutschland GmbH, Hanover, 4Geomec Engineering, Hafrsfjord, Norway

12:55
Closing Remarks

D. Bücken1, J. Siwert2, 1geomecon GmbH, Berlin, 2Equinor ASA, Trondheim, Norway

13:00
Lunch Break with Snack

Poster award ceremony

Moderation: L. Ganzer
Großer Saal

13.45
Poster presentation by L. Ganzer, Clausthal University of Technology, Institute of Subsurface Energy Systems, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany

Geothermal Energy / Geothermal Risking

Moderation: D. Teza
Großer Saal

14:00
A DGMK/BVEG guideline for the evaluation of deep geothermal projects

G. Hollmann1, J. Böhner2, A. El-Alfy3A. Fischer-Erdsiek4, I. Forstner5, S. Homuth6, S. Kuchling7, M. Meirich8, A. Möhring9, O. Ritzmann10, J. Schönherr11, J. Uhde12, 1ONEO, Hanover, 2HDI Risk Consulting GmbH, Hanover, 3Geo-Energie Suisse AG, Zurich, 4NW Assekuranzmakler ProRisk GmbH & Co. KG, Hanover, 5BVEG e.V., Hanover, 6Deutsche ErdWärme GmbH & Co. KG, Karlsruhe, 7DGMK e.V., Hamburg, 8neowells GmbH, Visbek, 9NDEWG GmbH, Lingen / Ems, 10Fraunhofer IEG, Bochum, 11ExxonMobil Production Deutschland GmbH, Hanover, 12geopfalz GmbH & Co. KG, Speyer

14:30
Challenges when Applying Classic O&G Flow Assurance know-how to Geothermal Energy Harvesting Systems

J. Badstoeber, T. Schroeckenfuchs, OMV Energy, Gänserndorf, Austria

15:00
Numerical Modeling of the Stress Field in the Hanover Area

B. Beans1, D. Bücken1, H. Falk2, T. Meier1, A. Rogers3, 1geomecon GmbH, Berlin, 2Eavor GmbH, Düsseldorf, 3Eavor Technologies Inc., Calgary, Canada

15:30
Radiogenic Heat Production of Subsurface Crystalline Rocks Calculated from Core Gamma-ray Logging Data, Bohemian Massif, Austria - First Results

W. Hujer1, G. Tari2, 1OMV Energy, OMV TECH Center & Lab, Core & Cutting Technologies, Gänserndorf, Austria, 2OMV Energy, Business Development, Vienna, Austria

CCS

Moderation: M. Becker
Hunting room

14.00
CO2 Storage Potential in Austria and its Competitive Subsurface Usage

J. Kulich, H. Ott, Montanuniversität Leoben, Chair of Reservoir Engineering, Geoenergy, Leoben, Austria

14:30
Formation and decay conditions of gas hydrates during CO2 injections in depleted natural gas reservoirs

A. Tamaskovics, N.-A. Kummer, M. Amro, H. Alkan, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Freiberg, Germany

15.00
Scaling of Viscous-Unstable CO2-Brine Displacement

H. Ott1, O. Amrollahinasab1, S. Berg2, 1Montanuniversität Leoben, Department Geonergy, Leoben, Austria, 2Shell Global Solutions International B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

15:30
How Proper CO2 Compressor Selection can Improve the Economics on CCUS

P. Adam, L. Biyikli, Siemens Energy Global GmbH & Co. KG, Erlangen

H2 Storage

Moderation: H.Bernhardt
Celler Saal

14:00
Hydrogen Pilot Cavern Krummhörn - Demonstration of a Hydrogen Storage Solution

S. Boor1, M. Strzeja2, N. Weber3, 1Uniper Energy Storage GmbH, Subsurface Facilities Storages, Düsseldorf, 2Uniper Energy Storage GmbH, Surface Facilities Storages, Düsseldorf, 3DEEP.KBB GmbH, Subsurface Technologies, Hanover

14.30
Setups of Microbial Hydrogen Consumption Experiments: Advantages and Disadvantages

L. Krasper, M. Wagner, MicroPro GmbH, Microbiology, Gommern

15:00
Sensitivity Analysis and Simulation of Underground Hydrogen Storage in the Lehen Field, Upper Austria

M. Abdellatif1, S. Azizmohammadi1, G. Stiedl1, P. Jasek1, H. Ott1, M. Pichler2, 1Montanuniversität Leoben, Department Geoenergy, Leoben, Austria, 2RAG Austria, Subsurface Storage Development, Vienna, Austria

15:30
HySTORAGE: Assessment of Underground Hydrogen Storage Performances during First Pilot Test Phase

G. Strobel, C. Kosack, G. Dietzsch, Uniper Energy Storage GmbH, Düsseldorf

drilling technology

Moderation: S. van der Woude
Schlosszimmer

14:00
Applying Large-Bore Expandable Liner Hangers in Complex Gas Wells in Germany

L. Bierenriede1, B. de Vries2, 1Neptune Energy Holding Germany GmbH, Drilling & Wells, Hanover, 2Halliburton, Completion Tools, Emmen, Netherlands

14:30
Ultra-high Temperature Logging-While-Drilling Tools and Pressure-While-Drilling (PWD) Applications in High Temperature Geothermal Wells

D. Di Tommaso, Weatherford, Interpretation and Evaluation - Drilling Services, Ortona, Italy

15:00
Urban Drilling Rigs - Development and validation of new innovative drilling rig technologies for use in inner-city, urban areas

T. Trauth1, J. Binder2, 1Herrenknecht Vertical GmbH, Business Development Manager, Schwanau, 2Herrenknecht Vertical GmbH, Technical Director, Schwanau

15:30
Numerical multi-phase simulations for a digital twin of the drilling process in geothermal projects

K. Skinder, H. Ibrahim, G. Brenner, TU Clausthal/Institute of Applied Mechanics, Department of Fluid Dynamics, Clausthal-Zellerfeld

Wednesday, May 15, 2024, 17:30 - 19:00

Poster Session

Moderation: L. Ganzer
Gallery on the upper floor & in front of the Celle Hall

A-112
Running an Extremely Long 4-1/2" Liner in a Highly Deviated Gas Well

L. Bierenriede1, F. Pienaar2, 1Neptune Energy Holding Germany GmbH, Drilling & Wells, Hanover, 2NOV Germany GmbH, Liner Hanger Systems, Vechta

A-115
Geochemical Reactivity of Hydrogen with Buntsandstein Sandstones Under Reservoir Conditions: Implications for Underground Hydrogen Storage

C. Cheng, B. Busch, A. Kontny, C. Hilgers, KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Techonology, Institute of Applied Geosciences, Karlsruhe

A-116
Experimental Investigation of Capillary Entry Pressure for Caprock Sealing Capacity in Carbon Dioxide Sequestration

S. Pang1, B. Hagemann1, N. Langanke1,2, L. Ganzer1, 1Institute of Subsurface Energy System, Clausthal University of Technology, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, 2HOT Microfluidics GmbH, Goslar

A-120
Unlocking Tomorrow's Energy: Utilizing lithium Reserves from Disregarded Partners - Oil and Gas Deposits

L. Gevorgyan, R. Haseneder, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute of Thermal Process Engineering, Environmental and Natural Materials Process Engineering, Freiberg

A-121
Ground motion monitoring 4.0 - an approach for the hydrogen cavern storage of the future?

T. Rudolph1, A. Müterthies2, C.-H. Yang2P. Goerke-Mallet1, 1Georg Agricola University of Technology, Post-Mining Research Center, Bochum, 2EFTAS Fernerkundung Technologietransfer GmbH, Münster

A-122
A new Quaternary base for Lower Saxony - dealing with heterogeneous input data and first results

J. Meinsen, I. Bruns, K. Fischer, M. Helms, S. Sattler, R. Schöner, State Office for Mining, Energy and Geology, Hanover

A-128
Data leaders of the future: How a dedicated team, AI magic and smart information management can conquer the data chaos!

T. Fischer, F. Albus, H. Ayad, I. Ulumaskan, Wintershall Dea Deutschland GmbH, Business & Information Management, Hamburg

A-133
Advanced Inline Inspection Techniques as a Vital Element to Safely Manage the Transition of Storage Infrastructure to a Hydrogen Economy

F. Bruening1, D. Sandana2, 1ROSEN Germany GmbH, Challenging Pipeline Diagnostics, Lingen, 2ROSEN UK Ltd, Integrity Management Services, Newcastle, United Kingdom

A-137
Fast Mass Transfer Processes of Interfering Trapped CO2-clusters at Reservoir Conditions: Experiment and Theory

H. Geistlinger1,2, B. Zulfiqar1, M. Amro2, 1Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research-UFZ Leipzig-Halle, BOSYS, Halle, 2TU Berakademie Freiberg, Institute for Drilling Technology and Fluid Mining, Freiberg

A-139
Mechanical Dispersion in UHS: Insights from Laboratory Experiments on Hydrogen-methane Interactions

J. Michelsen1, B. Hagemann1, L. Ganzer1, M. Pichler2, A. Andiappan2, 1TU Clausthal, Institute of Subsurface Energy Systems, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, 2RAG Austria AG, Vienna, Austria

A-141
Fast Swelling Effect of Light Oil under Reservoir Conditions: Micro-CT and Pressure-decay Experiments

B. Zulfiqar1,2, H. Geistlinger1,2, M. Amro2, 1Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research, BOSYS, Halle, 2TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute for Drilling Technology and Fluid Mining, Freiberg

A-146
Phase Interactions during Geological Carbon Storage in Depleted Hydrocarbon Reservoirs

S. Golmohammadi, C. Freese, M. Amro, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Freiberg

A-154
Contribution of H2 cavern storage in Lower Saxony to the development of the hydrogen economy

K.-H. Lux, J. Sun-Kurczinski, T. Pan, TU Clausthal, Chair of Geomechanics and Multiphysical Systems, Clausthal-Zellerfeld

A-159
Hydrogen-driven Microbial Redox Reactions in Deep Geosystems Relevant for Hydrogen Storage

M. Krüger, A. Dohrmann, Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR), Geochemistry of Raw Materials, Hanover

A-160
Microbial Risk Assessment for Underground Hydrogen Storage in Europe - EU Project HyLife

P. Bombach1, A.-S. Biwen2, K. Cerna3, J. Riha3, V. Hlavackova3, K. Fadrhonc3, N. Paltrinieri4, K. Kyaw4, A. Oust4, p. wheel5, S. Stephant5, M. Caroline5, D. Ropers6, A. Belcour6, H. de Jong6, J. Tremosa7, N. Doffel2, 7Isodetect GmbH, Leipzig, 2Norce, Bergen, Norway, 3Technical University of Liberec, Liberec, Czechia, 4Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway,5French Geological Survey BRGM, Orléans, France, 6Inria, Grenoble, France, 7Geostock, Ruel-Malmaison, France

A-163
Estimation of potential stress-induced permeability enhancement for the evaluation of geothermal reservoirs

W. A. Heins1, H. R. Leah2, P. J. Webb2, C. J. Hill2, 1Getech Group plc, Houston, United States, 2Getech Group plc, Leeds, United Kingdom

A-167
A-171
Avoid injuries thanks to work-safe and shear force-free bolting

P. Junkers, Barbarino & Kilp GmbH - HYTORC, Management, Krailling / near Munich

A-172
Analyzing the Effect of Torque on Stick Slip Drilling Vibrations: A Numerical Simulation Study

C. Ejike1, K. Abid2, C. Teodoriu2, 1The University of Oklahoma, Norman, United States, 2The University of Oklahoma, MPGE, Norman, United States

A-173
A Discussion of Drilling and Well Control Simulators: Past present and Future

S. Avinu1, K. Abid2, C. Teodoriu2, 1The University of Oklahoma, Norman, United States, 2The University of Oklahoma, MPGE, Norman, United States

A-174
Why Downhole Materials Thermal Properties matter in Geothermal Well Construction?

A. Toledo Velazco, K. Abid, C. Teodoriu, The University of Oklahoma, MPGE, Norman, United StatesA. Toledo Velazco, K. Abid, C. Teodoriu, The University of Oklahoma, MPGE, Norman, United States

A-178
A Discussion of the Cementless Well Construction and the Impact Towards Well Integrity

C. Teodoriu1, K. Abid1, Y. Esquitin2, R. Velasquez2, 1The University of Oklahoma, MPGE, Norman, United States, 2Welltec, Houston, United StatesC. Teodoriu1, K. Abid1, Y. Esquitin2, R. Velasquez2, 1The University of Oklahoma, MPGE, Norman, United States, 2Welltec, Houston, United States

A-181
Case Study of 3D Geomechanical Model of Salt Dome in North German Basin

J. Diessl1, H. Stockhausen1, E. Kårstad1, M. Bruno2, J. Vickers3, A. Kellner4, 1THREE60 Energy Norway, Stavanger, Norway, 2GeoMechanics Technologies, Los Angeles, United States, 3Vermilion Energy, Hanover, Germany, 4Vermilion Energy, Geoscience, Hanover, Germany

A-182
Reservoir Simulation Studies in Underground Hydrogen Storage in a Depleted Gas Reservoir - Northwestern Germany

D. A. von Reinicke Laredo, S. Roy, A. Henk, TU Darmstadt - Institute of Applied Geosciences, Engineering Geology, Darmstadt

A-183
Cybersecurity: From Theory to Practice

J. Möller, Siemens AG, Digital Industries, Mannheim, Germany

A-188
Use of CO2 and polymer in a heavily fissured carbonate deposit

D. Unursaikhan, C. Freese, M. Amro, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Freiberg

A-189
Overview map of exploration-relevant rocks for hydrothermal geothermal energy in Lower Saxony 1:500,000

R. Pierau, W. Wirth, State Office for Mining, Energy and Geology, Hanover

A-192
Technology Readiness Level Assessment according to DNV-RP-A203 of underground components for the storage of hydrogen

L. Ochmann1, A. Eight1, C. McMichael2, A. Moffat2, 1AtkinsRéalis, Oldenburg, Germany, 1AtkinsRéalis, Glasgow, United Kingdom

A-194
Exhibition "Prevention of hand injuries in the E&P industry"

J. L. Beyer, ExxonMobil Production Deutschland GmbH, SSHE, Hanover

A-197
Hydrogeochemical modeling of geothermal power plant processes using a digital twin

L. Yström1, M. Trumpp1, J. Amtmann2, D. Winter3, J. Koschikowski3, F. Nitschke1, 1Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Geothermal Energy and Reservoir Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany, 2Geosaic GmbH, Knittelfeld, Austria, 3Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE), Freiburg

A-198
MALEG - Machine Learning for Enhancing Geothermal Energy Production

M. Trumpp1, L. Yström1, F. Eichinger2, J. Amtmann3, D. Winter4, J. Koschikowski4, T. Kohl1, F. Nitschke1, 1Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Geothermal Energy and Reservoir Technology, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany, 2Hydroisotop GmbH, Schweitenkirchen, Germany, 3Geosaic GmbH, Knittefeld, Austria, 4Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISM

A-206
Hydrodynamic Pore-space Alteration Induced by Site-extracted Methanogenic Archaea: A Microfluidic Approach towards Subsurface Geo-methanation

P. Jasek1, H. Konegger2, E. Edlinger2, A. Loibner2, H. Ott1, 1Montanuniversität Leoben, Department Geoenergy, Leoben, Austria, 2University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Institute of Environmental Biotechnology, Tulln, Austria

A-208
Scaling and Reservoir Clogging Potential in the DeepStor High Temperature Aquifer Energy Storage (HT-ATES)

F. Nitschke, L. Ystroem, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Applied Geosciences, Karlsruhe

A-209
Micro Jet drilling Based Reservoir Intervention to Boost Geothermal Energy Harvesting and Storage

J. Hoffmann1, B. Polat2, V. Wittig3, 1Fraunhofer IEG, Advanced drilling, Bochum, 2Fraunhofer IEG, advanced Drilling, Bochum, 3Fraunhofer IEG, Advanced Drilling, Bochum

A-210
Micro Logging Tool for Improved Geothermal Well and Reservoir Intervention and Production

R. Stockmann, M. Meyer, V. Wittig, Fraunhofer IEG, Advanced Drilling, Bochum

A-214
The Warm-Up research project - geothermal energy for the heating transition

S. Röhling1, Project Team Warm-Up1,2,3,4, 1Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources, Subsurface Use, Berlin, 2Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics, Hanover, 3ECOLOG Institute for Social-Ecological Research and Education, Lüneburg, 4Institute for Ecological Economy Research, Berlin

A-215
Lithium extraction in the thermal water cycle: Mispredictions of material yield are the minor problem

BMWK-FKZ-03EE4023E-UnLimiteD, University of Göttingen, Applied Geoscience Dept., Göttingen, GermanyBMWK-FKZ-03EE4023E-UnLimiteD, University of Göttingen, Applied Geoscience Dept., Göttingen, Germany

A-216
Caveats before Conducting Tracer Injection-withdrawal Tests at Geothermal Production Wells, and Recommendations on Tracer Slug Sizing

BMWK-FKZ-03EE4036E-GFK-Monitor, University of Göttingen, Applied Geoscience Dept., Göttingen

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CompReact - Enhancing CO2 Storage Simulation with Advanced Geochemical Modeling

Wirth, M., Stenby, E.H., Yan, W., Technical University of Denmark, Center for Energy Resources Engineering

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E-Tandem: Converting CO2 into e-fuels - From Laboratory Scale to Continuous Production

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