• Partner Spotlight – Jim Rutledge

    Partner Spotlight – Jim Rutledge

    Jim Rutledge is part of the Utah FORGE seismic monitoring team lead by Dr. Kristine Pankow at the University of Utah. He brings to the Team an expertise in downhole seismic instrumentation and the monitoring of reservoir microseismicity induced during injection stimulations. An Enhanced Geothermal reservoir is created and or enhanced through a series of… Read More »
  • Partner Spotlight – GRG

    Partner Spotlight – GRG

    Geothermal Resource Group (GRG) is a geothermal resource and engineering consulting company that has provided consulting engineering and on-site management services in over 16 countries and at over 95 geothermal development projects worldwide. They have been a partner in the FORGE Utah project since the beginning, providing technical and design advice, and planning and supervision… Read More »
  • Golder

    Golder

    Renowned for technical excellence, Golder is a leading, global employee-owned engineering and consulting firm with over a half century of successful service to its clients. With over 165 offices, Golder’s 7,500 professionals are driven by a passion to deliver results, offering unique specialized skills to address the ever-evolving challenges that earth, environment and energy present… Read More »
  • INL

    INL

    The Idaho National Laboratory has joined the Utah FORGE project at the downselect of the Milford, Utah site as the DOE's FORGE laboratory choice location. The modeling team from INL headed by Dr. Robert Podgorney has been on the forefront of constructing an earth model for the project Read more HERE Read More »
  • Professor Ahmad Ghassemi

    Professor Ahmad Ghassemi

    Professor Ahmad Ghassemi represents the University of Oklahoma as a Utah FORGE partner. He leads the Reservoir Geomechanics and Seismicity Research (RGSR) Group, which investigates reservoir geomechanics in geothermal and petroleum systems. He is part of the Mewbourne School of Petroleum and Geological Engineering at the University of Oklahoma (OU), which is rated among the top petroleum engineering… Read More »
  • DOE: Our First Partner

    DOE: Our First Partner

    The Department of Energy is our first and main partner. Read More »