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In other geothermal industry news, Geodynamics have released the results of their first and second ‘open-flow’ testings at their newest well, Habanero 4, in the Cooper Basin.

The testing involves flowing water through the well to test how hot, and under what kind of pressure, the resulting flow comes out.

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The results from the first test are: 35 kilograms of water per second at 4,200 pounds per square inch of pressure (psi) – nearly 300 times sea level atmospheric pressure, or, 4 times the pressure of a natural gas pipeline.

The results from the second test are: 38 kilograms of water per second at 4,200 (psi).

Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Geodynamics Geoff Ward said “This is the highest productivity result achieved at the Habanero location and confirms our view of the quality of the Habanero 4 well.”