Developing Geothermal Resources
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DEEP’s project is located in Southeastern Saskatchewan, a few miles north of the US border near the city of Estevan. Analysis of thousands of public well records revealed the presence of a vast, “pancake-like’ Hot Sedimentary Aquifer (HAS) in the Williston Basin. To reach the hot aquifer, DEEP is using conventional drilling to drill the longest well ever drilled in the province (3,500 metres) and power generating technology, which is well established around the world. This project is unique because DEEP is pairing these established technologies with a deep hot aquifer. DEEP is mining heat to produce sustainable, renewable power.
How are Geothermal Resources Produced?
Uses of Geothermal Energy
Hot water produced from geothermal reservoirs can also be used in applications other than direct power production. Some of these applications include:
Space heating, district heating and cooling processes;
Hot springs and spas;
Augmentation of existing power generation plants;
Seed and grain drying.
Benefits of Geothermal
A small company in Saskatchewan is building what could become Canada’s first geothermal power plant, which could launch a green revolution for the energy industry and the people who work in it.
Deep Earth Energy Production Corp. is developing Canada’s first geothermal power facility with a con- tract to sell power to SaskPower. According to the DEEP website (deepcorp.ca), this project will establish the first geothermal power facility in Canada. DEEP will...
Kirsten Marcia, President and CEO of Deep Earth Energy Production Corp., speaks at an announcement at the Hotel Saskatchewan in Regina on Nov. 22, 2018. TROY FLEECE files PHOTO BY TROY FLEECE /Regina Leader-Post New test results from a local geothermal company mean it...