The Utah FORGE site is on private land close to major paved roads, graded dirt roads, an airport, and a rail line. It is accessible year round, with infrequent rain or snow fall. The Utah FORGE project team is comprised of the nation’s best technical and R&D management leadership from the oil and gas and geothermal industries.
Stay current on what’s happening with the Utah FORGE project. We frequently post updates on our blog and social media channels.
Check out the Utah FORGE Wiki pages to find details and history as well as data the project has produced.
Developed to estimate the spatial distribution of native state pressure, temperature, and stress conditions.
Earth Model 3D Viewer
The Utah FORGE team developed a comprehensive earth model of the Milford Site and surrounding area using Leapfrog Geothermal.
Modeling and Simulation Community Updates: serves as a means to communicate our role in the research and development of the Utah FORGE site.
Induced microseismicity, comprising ultra-low-magnitude earthquake events which are imperceptible at the surface, is an important focus of research at Utah FORGE.
Watch an overview of the geological setting and the range of geoscience datasets that have been acquired.
ArcGIS Interactive Map
Geoscientific ArcGIS interactive map, provided by the Utah Department of Natural Resources Geological Survey
Browse articles and publications produced by the Utah FORGE project team, including research data and findings.
Rock samples that have been collected during the drilling of wells at Utah FORGE are available for research purposes.