• 2019 in Review

    2019 in Review

    The Utah FORGE project made a number of important advances in 2019 in preparation for the start of deep drilling in 2020. Instrumentation for seismic monitoring was enhanced with the drilling of two new vertical holes, 68-32 (1000’ deep) and 78-32 (3200’ depth), which house permanently installed downhole geophones (68-32) and a distributed acoustic sensing… Read More »
  • Chem. Eng Students Win AIChE

    Chem. Eng Students Win AIChE

    READ ABOUT IT Two teams of undergraduate students from the University of Utah’s Department of Chemical Engineering dominated the first ever AIChE K–12 STEM Outreach Competition. The teams, advised by associate professor (lecturer) Tony Butterfield, took first and second place with teaching modules on how thermoelectric energy works and how to build working air quality… Read More »
  • At the Governor’s Energy Summit

    At the Governor’s Energy Summit

    Among the many speakers and participants at this year's Summit were leaders and proponents of renewable energy sources.  This was the Eight's Annual Governor's Energy Summit and second  for the UtahFORGE team to represent the project which was among the few mentioned in the speeches by the Utah Governor's Energy Advisor Laura Nelson, Utah's Governor… Read More »
  • 2019 Geothermal Design Challenge Winners

    2019 Geothermal Design Challenge Winners

    Winning teams have been announced in the 2019 Geothermal Design Challenge™ Data Visualization contest. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Geothermal Technologies Office (GTO), in partnership with the Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy (FORGE) and the Idaho National Laboratory (INL), hosted the student competition that launched in January and concluded in April. The… Read More »
  • Geothermal Design Challenge

    Geothermal Design Challenge

    Participate in the 2019 Geothermal Data Visualization Design Challenge! Read More »
  • Utah FORGE team attends the 2018 AGU Meeting

    Utah FORGE team attends the 2018 AGU Meeting

    Several of the Utah FORGE team members attend the 2018 American Geophysical Union Meeting (AGU) in December. Read More »