It’s possible to make Geothermal wells with "turnkey" solutions, for the exploration and capture of low enthalpy geothermal fluids, exploitable with heat pumps, heat exchangers, adsorbers, district heating, for thermal use and for the production of electrical energy with ORC turbines.
LP Drilling can offer all the backup required for obtaining the permits and for designing the well and plants. Well drilling and completion, testing for the quantification of the geothermal resources. Design, supply and installation of a water lifting system (artificial LIFT).
Among the first in Italy to drill a CBM (Coal Bed Methane) well, we have the resources to supply all the support required for the design engineering and drilling of the wells; the supply and installation of the dewatering systems with automatic adjustment of the water extraction flow rate.
During the penetration of the carbon layer, it is often necessary to take core samples of the carbon and subject them to specific laboratory tests in order to determine their capacity to release natural gas. The core extraction speed is of vital importance. For this reason we have devised a special wire-line system that can recover the core extremely rapidly thanks to the rapid extraction speed of the wire-line winch.
Possibility to use various types of rig depending on:
- the depth
- the areas available
- the drilling system
- the drilling fluids (mud, aerated mud, air, air-water)
To optimize costs and make the extraction of CBM more economical.
CO2 Extraction & Injection
In addition to the conventional drilling service, we are able to supply complete solutions for the capture and extraction of CO2, well completion systems and wellheads.
The available rig sites guarantee a low environmental impact and require small location sizes, observing the legal requirements and the fundamental safety standards designed to safeguard personnel and protect the environment.
Another interesting application concerns CO2: injected into a carbon bed (ECBM), which adsorbs preferentially on the carbon matrix, releasing the natural gas present. The natural gas released then spreads into the cleat system and migrates to the production wells.