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High-Temperature Geothermal Reservoir Possibilities In Hungary
Abstract Theoretical studies have shown the possibi
Theoretical studies have shown the possibility of high-temperature ('high enthalpy') geothermal reservoirs in the pre-Tertiary rocks at 4-5 km depth range within the Pannonian Basin. This expectation was proven by the hotwater/steam blowout of Fabiansebestyen-4 borehole (16.12.85-31.1.86). Exploration efforts carried out during 1987-88 in the broad vicinity of the borehole proved that reservoirs of this type can be found with the combination of seismic reflection, silica-thermometry and magnetotelluric sounding methods. Deliberate prospection should be continued in all suitable areas within the basin, since high enthalpy reservoirs promise profitable operation of geothermal power stations.
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Author L. Stegena  + , F. Horvath  + , K. Landy  + , Z. Nagy  + , J. Rumpler  +
Citation L. Stegena,F. Horvath,K. Landy,Z. Nagy,J.
L. Stegena,F. Horvath,K. Landy,Z. Nagy,J. Rumpler. 1994. [[High-Temperature Geothermal Reservoir Possibilities In Hungary]]. Terra Nova. <span title="Missing required info" style="font-weight:bold;color:red;">(!)[[Category:Missing Required Information]]</span> .
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Document type Journal Article  +
Name High-Temperature Geothermal Reservoir Possibilities In Hungary  +
PublicationDate 1994  +
Publisher Terra Nova  +
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