Energy

Itasca concentrates on the interface between power generation and the subsurface environment that can help develop sustainable power for future generations. Itasca engineers work on a wide variety of geotechnical challenges associated with the production of energy and management of resulting waste materials, including:

  • Conventional oil and gas
  • Unconventional oil and gas, including hydraulic fracturing
  • Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS)
  • Underground waste isolation
  • Power Infrastructure
Courtesy of Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Co, Illustrator LAJ

Latest News
  • Itasca Symposium 2020 - Registration Now Open! Registration is now open for the Fifth International Itasca Symposium....
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  • 2019 Sloan Outstanding Paper Award Dr. Mojtaba Bahaaddini (Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman), along with Associate Professor Glenn Sharrock (Itasca/UQ),...
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  • Itasca Awarded Prestigious Caving 2040 Research Grant Itasca’s research aims to answer the key industry question “how should block caves be designed...
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Upcoming Events
12 Oct
Focused Seismic and Liquefaction Training 2019
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