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Geologic Characterization of Pre-Tertiary Rocks at the Desert Peak East EGS Project Site, Churchill County, Nevada

Metadata Updated: April 9, 2015

A DOE-Industry cost-shared project is underway at Desert Peak East, located within the Hot Springs Mountains, northwestern Churchill County, approximately SO miles (80.S km) northeast of Reno, Nevada. The potential reservoir under investigations contained within pre-Tertiary metamorphic and granitic rocks with temperatures exceeding 400F (204C). The purpose of the geologic study is to determine the lateral and vertical extent of basement lithologies, and the character and mineralogy of natural fracturing in the rocks to identify suitable targets for hydrofracturing and stimulation in subsequent phases of this enhanced geothermal system (EGS) project.

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Metadata Date 2012-10-11T16:41:20Z
Metadata Created Date March 15, 2013
Metadata Updated Date April 9, 2015
Reference Date(s) October 12, 2003 (publication)
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Harvested from AASG geothermal data CSW

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Resource Type Dataset
Metadata Date 2012-10-11T16:41:20Z
Metadata Created Date March 15, 2013
Metadata Updated Date April 9, 2015
Reference Date(s) October 12, 2003 (publication)
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Bbox East Long -118.31
Bbox North Lat 39.7403
Bbox South Lat 39.4567
Bbox West Long -118.667
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Harvest Object Id 4587ce0b-a97e-49d1-a191-0b0849192393
Harvest Source Id f800beb8-4923-4e88-910f-1c6cf0078598
Harvest Source Title AASG geothermal data CSW
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