Geothermal energy 4 - developments in the UK


Friday, January 21, 2022, Webinar, Online

Continuing our series about geothermal energy, in this webinar we look at developments with geothermal wells in the UK.

We have presentations about work by the UK Coal Authority looking at abandoned mines huge potential to decarbonise heat demand, studies from the British Geological Survey, and research at Newcastle University.

This webinar is at 1pm - 2pm London time

Past webinars in this series:

May 28 2021 - Geothermal Success
Agenda - Video Report

Jul 9 2021 - Building a Geothermal Energy Business
Agenda - Video - Report

Oct 15 2021 - Geothermal Energy Case Studies: Exploiting newly abandoned or late-life E&P wells
Agenda - Video -

Conference producer - Avinga Pallangyo,

Event moderator - David Bamford,



Charlotte Adams - Principal Manager – Mine Water Heat - The Coal Authority

The Coal Authority
The Coal Authority makes a better future for people and the environment in mining areas.

Coal Authority is an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy.

Darren Jones - Deep Geothermal Resource Lead – Decarbonisation and Resource Management - British Geological Survey

British Geological Survey
The British Geological Survey is the UK's foremost supplier of geoscience solutions and custodian of much of the country's geoscientific information, carrying out research in areas such as energy and natural resources, vulnerability to environmental change and hazards, and Earth System Science.

Mark Ireland - - Newcastle University

Newcastle University
Newcastle University (legally the University of Newcastle upon Tyne) is a UK public research university based in Newcastle upon Tyne, North East England. It has overseas campuses in Singapore and Malaysia.

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Registered Delegates

Mike Cooper
1st Subsurface
United Kingdom
David Egya

London South Bank University
United Kingdom
Carlo Buscaglia
Subsurface Team Lead
United Kingdom
Will Sutton
ABIS Energy
United Kingdom
Michael Reilly
Michael Reilly LLC
United States
Rajan Gupta
United Kingdom
Robert Gales
Chief Geoscientist
United States
Monthoux Management Services Sàrl
Ron Daniel
Team Leader
United Kingdom
Simon Smith
Business Development
Maximilian Richards
energy transition consultant
United Kingdom
Alexandra Emuss

University of Glasgow
United Kingdom