Join us for a two-day special pre-conference workshop hosted by the Indonesian Geothermal Association (INAGA/API). A one-anda-half-day workshop will focus on optimizing the operation and maintenance of geothermal power generation systems, in collaboration with the New Zealand Geothermal Association (NZGA), in association with NZTE and a half-day workshop will focusing Nodal Ambient Noise Tomography: A 3D Fluid-Sensitive and Cost-Effective Passive Seismic Method to Track Geo-Fluids at Depth, in collaboration with IAGI.
The objectives of the workshop are to bring together the domestic and international experience of New Zealand’s leading geothermal consultancies, institutions, and service companies to consider how we can optimize the use of existing and future geothermal resources.
Following a variety of specific presentations, the session will provide the opportunity for panel discussions among the companies and participants to maximize the value of the sharing of experiences and their potential applications in Indonesia. Attendees will benefit from the collective knowledge and experience of New Zealand’s leading companies in addressing the challenges and opportunities in the geothermal sector.
- A one-and-a-half-day workshop will be facilitated by Dr Mike Allen, a board member of the NZGA with more than 40 years’ experience in the global geothermal industry since his involvement in the development of the first plant in Kamojang. The companies involved will include Jacobs, JRG, MB Century, MTL, FlowState, the Geothermal Institute, GNS Science and Seequent.
- A half-day workshop will be facilitated by Dr. Adriano Mazzini, Senior Researcher from Centre for Earth Evolution and Dynamics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Oslo, Norway.