E2E Energy Solutions EGRRS is a combination of conventional and EGS technologies. The reservoir fluid temperature is upgraded by directing it down the injection leg into the stimulated radiator, where it has the potential to be heated to over 200°C. The fluid continues to flow through the radiator and is recovered via the production well (outtake) and pumped to the surface. Once the energy has been recovered the fluid can be used for power generation, and or district heat.
The enthalpy difference between the existing technologies and EGRRS makes this innovation an economically viable solution for large-scale commercial power generation.
EGRRS focuses on repurposing depleted oil and gas production assets such as existing wellbores, pipelines, and reservoirs.
Based on modelling, EGRRS has the potential to make saline aquifers commercially viable where conventional exploitation methods do not. EGRRS technology targets qualifying producing and non-producing oil and gas reservoirs as well as standalone saline aquifers, which we plan to convert into large-scale geothermal sites capable of generating 50 to 100 MWe with multi-leg facilities.
Thanks to long-lasting, safe, reliable plants, geothermal energy is increasingly low risk and brimming with untapped potential. It is silent, always available, has little impact on the landscape and is versatile. It can even be used for cooling and creates more jobs than any other green energy.
“Aside from being essentially unlimited like many other renewables, geothermal energy is always available. It is not impacted upon by whether it is day or night like solar energy, and does not depend on season, climate or weather conditions like wind and solar power.” - Enel Power