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New Direct Heat Geothermal Systems in Hungary Gábor Szita mechanical engineer Hungarian Geothermal Association New Direct Heat Geothermal Systems in Hungary Gábor Szita mechanical engineer Hungarian Geothermal Association (HGA) - President

International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Number of Deep Geothermal Drillings Energetics Baths International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Number of Deep Geothermal Drillings Energetics Baths New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Driving Forces behind the Acceleration • Reasons International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Driving Forces behind the Acceleration • Reasons related to the natural gas – High dependency – High price – Ukrainian-Russian gas dispute • Availability of financial support • Geothermal projects may fulfil the requirements for the support The basic formula High gas price Geothermal Projects Support New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Support Programme Environment and Energy Operative Programme International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Support Programme Environment and Energy Operative Programme Main conditions: – Support only for the investment costs – The share of the support depends on • • • the region the applicant (local authorities are preferred) the size of the project the (extra) revenues provided by the project the profitability of the project 10% < SUPPORT < 85% New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Support Programme Environment and Energy Operative Programme International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Support Programme Environment and Energy Operative Programme Other important conditions: – Not available for agricultural entities – Strict scoring system – easy to loose, hard to collect points – IRR must be > 0 (for 15 years) – High quality feasibility study is required New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Geothermal Boom in the Horticulture • • International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Geothermal Boom in the Horticulture • • A support programme appeared in April, 2008 Many applicants and winners Very slow process Gardeners started to drill geothermal wells on their own finance. New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 New Hungary Rural Development Programme 2007 -2013 International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 New Hungary Rural Development Programme 2007 -2013 Total number of applications for horticultural modernisation • 585 Applications referring thermal water utilisation • 38 Successful applications • 10 Unsuccessful or progressing applications • 28 • Sum of subsidies: 16 M € New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 New Geothermal Projects Operating systems Shortly under International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 New Geothermal Projects Operating systems Shortly under construction Successful application for support Application submitted New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

New Geothermal Projects International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Location Veresegyház-1 Bóly-1 Kistelek New Geothermal Projects International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Location Veresegyház-1 Bóly-1 Kistelek Gárdony Mórahalom Szentlőrinc Orosháza-1 Veresegyház-2 Mezőberény Csongrád Bóly-2 Miskolc Erdőkertes Törökszentmiklós Makó Szolnok Csurgó Orosháza-2 Debrecen Hegykő Sum: Cost of the project (M €) 1. 2 1. 6 1. 8 1. 9 2. 0 3. 7 2. 2 2. 6 1, 7 0, 3 2, 5 1. 5 2. 0 3, 6 2, 0 1. 8 4, 4 1, 9 0, 4 41. 7 Support rate 40 % 60 % 85 % 50 % 47 % 50 % 60 % 36 % 55 % 50 % 49 % 100 % Operating systems Shortly under construction Successful application for support Application submitted New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

m 200 k International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Geothermal Energy Utilisation in m 200 k International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Geothermal Energy Utilisation in Bóly New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

Geothermal well 2004 7 km • depth: 1800 m • screened section: ~700 m Geothermal well 2004 7 km • depth: 1800 m • screened section: ~700 m • Miocene limestone • wellhead temp. : 42 o. C • total salt content: 1300 mg/l • CH 4, CO 2 2, International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Preliminaries Exploration well 1982 • depth: 1302 m • Triassic limestone • narrow casing • wellhead temp. : 75 o. C • drinking water • low CO 2 content New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Project Preparation • Target: Heat supply for International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Project Preparation • Target: Heat supply for all public facilities based on geothermal reservoir explored by the drilling in 1982 • Preparation steps: – Procurement of necessary permits (water management and environmental) – Elaboration of a feasibility study – Applying for state subsidy – Waiting for considering the application – Signing the subsidy contract – Preparing the tender documentation • Project owner: Municipality of Bóly New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Description of the Project • 2 new International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Description of the Project • 2 new thermal wells (1500 -m borehole depth expected) • • • – 1 production well – 1 injection well Geothermal technology: submersible pump, tanks, supply and injection pumps, filters, etc. Total length of the transmission and distribution pipe-line: 7 km Geothermal substations at 15 different places: heat exchangers, control valves, measure and control gauges, etc. Civil works: 2 small pump houses, manholes Electric works: electric supply, switches, breakers, etc. Automatic control and monitoring system, communication: hardware and software Construction start-up: July 2007 Operation start-up: November 2008 New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Conceptual Design EXPLOITATION 75 -80 o. C International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Conceptual Design EXPLOITATION 75 -80 o. C Primary consumers 40 -50 o. C Combined consumer Secondary consumers 25 -38 o. C REINJECTION New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Site Plan with Wells and Pipe-lines Injection International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Site Plan with Wells and Pipe-lines Injection well 2007 • depth: 1497 m • Triassic limestone Production well 2008 • depth: 1590 m • Triassic limestone • wellhead temp. : 80 o. C • flow rate: 60 m 3/h • submersible pump New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 The Three-Pipe System 1. Grammar School 2. International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 The Three-Pipe System 1. Grammar School 2. Library 3. Public House 4. Children’s Home 5. Kindergarten 6. Old People’s House 7. Health Centre 8. Culture House 9. Youth Hostel 10. Town Hall 11. Kolping House 12. Office Block Primary consumer Mixed consumer Secondary consumer New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Experience during the First Heating Season Result: International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Experience during the First Heating Season Result: 30% more energy extracted from the same amount of geothermal water New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Bóly – Pictures from the Construction New International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Bóly – Pictures from the Construction New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Activity of HGA since 2003 • Organisation International Geothermal Workshop, RENEXPO, May 6 2011 Activity of HGA since 2003 • Organisation of 6 workshops. • Publishing a quaternary newsletter for the members. • Successful negotiation with the Ministry of Environment and Water in 2005 -2006. • Giving opinion on new measures and programmes related to geothermal. • Explaination for the original meaning of the word „THERMAL”, used in European languages in geothermal. New direct heat geothermal systems in Hungary - Gábor Szita, president of Hungarian Geothermal Association

Thank you for your attention! Hungarian Geothermal Association Address 1021 Budapest, Ötvös János u. Thank you for your attention! Hungarian Geothermal Association Address 1021 Budapest, Ötvös János u. 3. Phone: (1)-224 0424, fax: (1)-214 5953 E-mail: info@mgte. hu, szitag@mgte. hu Web: http: //www. mgte. hu