Scottish developers to investigate geothermal well potential

James Phillips
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A coalition of organisations hopes to open a new Deep Geothermal Single Well in Aberdeen within 12 months following award of Scottish government grant

Geothermal Engineering Ltd, consultancy firm Arup, and St. Andrews University are to embark on a joint venture to investigate the feasibility of implementing Deep Geothermal Single Well (DGSW) technology,...

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