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Consultancy Opportunity – characterizing emissions from geothermal plants, Turkey

Sivrihisar-3 Geothermal Exploration Well at Cappadocia, Turkey (source: 3S Kale Energy)
Alexander Richter Alexander Richter 4 Mar 2019

The World Bank is seeking to hire a consultant for a desktop study that identifies the parameters that affect the rate of CO2 decline in different reservoirs in Turkey during utilization.

The World Bank has issued a call for a consultant to work on the Characterization of the declining CO2 emissions from Turkish geothermal power plants.

Deadline is March 14, 2019 (before Marc 15, 2019)

The objective of this study is to identify the parameters that affect the rate of CO2 decline in different reservoirs in Turkey during utilization and develop a methodology to allow prediction of the average lifetime emission factors for geothermal projects in the country within defined uncertainty limits.

In this study, production data from number of geothermal fields in Turkey will be analyzed. The study will at least analyze data from the five projects currently financed under the World Bank’s Geothermal Development Project and will ideally include further 5 to 10 projects that will be identified in partnership with JESDER. The exact number of projects included in the study, and thus the scope of the work, will depend the willingness of geothermal power producers to share data for the study and the recommendations of the consultant regarding the number of data sets needed to obtain a statistically reliable result.

Further details via the link below.

Source: World Bank TOR (pdf)