Geolorn’s wide ranging experience across the drilling industry has led to their involvement in large Research and Development projects, with a current focus on deep drilling risk management/mitigation and a reduction in operational costs.
This is particularly important for the exploitation of geothermal energy systems, that can provide 24/7 energy for heating, cooling and increasingly electrical power, all with low emissions, essential for reaching the Net-Zero targets that many governments have committed to.
Working as a team member with some of the world’s leading academic institutions and commercial entities, helping to develop State of the Art drilling systems, that combine novel hardware technologies and newly developed Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence systems.
This project has received funding under the European Union’s 2020 Research & Innovation Action under grant agreement No. 815319
GeoDrill are developing an Holistic Drilling system, combining a Novel Fluid Powered Down-The-Hole-Hammer tool, in conjunction with surface coatings that extend component lifecycles and enhance drilling properties.
This project has received funding under the European Union’s 2020 Research & Innovation Action under grant agreement No. 101006964
Bring together highly experienced drillers, drilling project managers, engineers and operators. Each having a different, yet complementary set of expertise in differing geological conditions, operating parameters and production end-goals.