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The energy transition and geothermal energy: Knowledge that is difficult to uncover
Fundamental Research
News 09 March 2020

The energy transition and geothermal energy: Knowledge that is difficult to uncover

A PhD research project conducted at IFP Energies nouvelles aimed to measure the impact of rocks on CO2 reactivity in fluids flowing in the Granada (Andalusia) sedimentary basin. The results are of interest to the energy production sector - particularly geothermal energy - and the challenges it faces in terms of carbon emissions.

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