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A GIS-based contact tracing solution in EDC
With the implementation of the shelter-in-place protocol and preparations for several preventive maintenance services of Energy Development Corporation’s power plants, the need for a contact tracing solution for our facilities arose as a control and a preventive measure for the pandemic.
How do you repair geothermal wells faster, cheaper, and safer?
Geothermal wells will often need maintenance and repairs, termed as a workover job. A workover typically will involve a big machine called a drilling rig but EDC continuously researches and innovates in order to apply non-rig workover alternatives that can be successful for appropriate wells
EDC’s SubSurface Geothermal Resource Group’s Digital Transformation Journey
Companies are embracing transformative technologies, acknowledging the need to change not just as a means to adapt, but to survive in an environment that is dynamic and increasingly complex.
The Bacman Eye: EDC’s trusty tool for structural mapping
Walking is hard enough in the jungle, but what if you can somehow fly? In June 2019, our EDC geologists in the Bacman Geothermal Project (BGP) started their task of structural mapping. The purpose of the activity was to look for structures—or geologic faults on the ground where geothermal fluids may flow—in the project site.
Palabas Bago Makalabas: When distance made the team even closer
Since the lockdowns, many companies have implemented a work-from-home setup, and many have discovered that one of the major obstacles in a remote work setup is the lack of social interaction amongst employees, making it difficult…
How soil gas surveys in EDC geothermal fields affect productivity
At EDC, we have been studying soil gases and using the information we discover in various applications. Our soil gas studies are based on the premise that gases from a degassing magma body or a decaying radioactive material located deep below the earth’s surface will eventually find its way to the surface through vertical pathways like faults or fractures.
Green Core Geothermal, Inc. (GCGI)
Green Core Geothermal Inc. (“GCGI”), Applicant.
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FOR AUTHORITY TO DEVELOP, OWN, AND OPERATE DEDICATED POINT-TO-POINT LIMITED FACILITIES TO CONNECT THE MINDANAO 3 (M3 BINARY) GEOTHERMAL POWER PROJECT TO THE MINDANAO GRID, WITH PRAYER FOR PROVISIONAL AUTHORITY
ENERGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (EDC), Applicant
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