RN-15/IDDP-2 is now the deepest hole in Iceland

The RN-15/IDDP-2 has reached 3.640 m depth and is now the deepest hole in Iceland. The well is cased with a 9 5/8 inch steel casing to 2.940 m, and after cementing the casing the well was deepened with 8 ½ inch rotary drill bit. While drilling below the casing, quite...

Casing and cementing of the IDDP-2

Casing and cementing of the IDDP-2 well to 3 km depth has now been completed – and drilling ahead down into the un-known will begin next week

RN-15/IDDP-2

Deepening of RN-15/IDDP-2 formally begins today at 17:00 – 11th August 2016.

Drilling of IDDP-2 at Reykjanes

IDDP-2 Kick-Off Meeting was held in Reykjavik 23. June, 2016. Drilling of IDDP-2 at Reykjanes is expected to begin early August. For closer details see SAGA REPORT No 10.

Statoil re-enters the IDDP consortium

IDDP is pleased to announce that Statoil Petroleum AS signed a new agreement with IDDP to re-enter the IDDP consortium as a funding and expertise partner to 2020. IDDP is planning to drill a 5 km deep well at Reykjanes in 2016. Statoil (New Energy AS) participated in...

April 2015

The World Geothermal Congress (WGC-2015) will be held in Australia 19-25 April 2015. A special session on IDDP containing 15 papers will be presented Wednesday 22nd April. The Agenda for the IDDP sessions is shown [here] The 15 IDDP papers in the same order can be...