NEW IDDP CONTRACT SIGNED

An IDDP press release – in Icelandic and in English – was announced today. Drilling of the first deep IDDP hole will take place in the Krafla high-temperature hydrothermal system in NE-Iceland late next year. Drilling of the 2nd IDDP well and the 3d IDDP well are...

3D images of potential IDDP wells

Three deep wells of opportunity for will be drilled, one at each drillsite, Krafla, Hengill and Reykjanes. The potential sites are shown in 3D at www.isor.is/~gme/iddp/. A new poster on the IDDP status April 2007, will be presented at ENGINE Workshop 2 in Volterra,...

SAGA Report No.6

IDDP Workshop 5 was held in Reykjavik 7-8 March 2007. In an opening address, Dr. Þorkell Helgason, Director General of Orkustofnun (the National Energy Authority), informed the participants, on behalf of the Icelandic Energy Consortium, that in the next few years,...

TENDER DOCUMENTS

Date: November 10 – November 30, 2006 Iceland Deep Drilling Project announces: Pre-Qualification Documents KRA-46 for Drilling Works Landsvirkjun, on behalf of IDDP, is seeking applications from drilling contractors for participation in negotiated procedure for...

TENDER DOCUMENTS

Tender documents for wellhead valves and fittings (KRA-44 and KRA-45) were announced earlier this month. See http://www.lv.is/EN/events.asp?catID=323

Purchasing of casings for the first IDDP well announced

Tender documents for IDDP casings for a 3.5 km deep well will be made available at Landsvirkjun, September 19th, 2006. The tender documents are for two types of wells, i.e. for well design A, and for well design C. Bids will be opened at 14:00, November 1st,...

Update on the IDDP

Earlier this year Deep Vision decided to move operations for the first IDDP deep drillhole to Krafla. Bid documents for the supply of casings and valves for the proposed well are just about being announced by Landsvirkjun, and well design is being finalized. We...

SAGA Report No. 5

A decision is expected within few weeks where to drill the first IDDP well, be it at Krafla, Reykjanes or Hellisheidi. The 5th SAGA meeting was held in Reykjavik at the end of April 2006 to evaluate drilling options after well RN-17 at Reykjanes was lost earlier this...