Persönliches Profil:

Profilfoto von  Dr.-Ing. Egbert Jolie

Dr.-Ing. Egbert Jolie

Sektion 6.2: Geothermische Energiesysteme

Helmholtz-Zentrum Potsdam
Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ

Telegrafenberg
Haus A 69, Raum 107
14473 Potsdam
Telefon: +49 331 288-28713
Fax: +49 331 288-1450
E-Mail: egbert.jolie(at)gfz-potsdam.de

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Funktion und Aufgaben:


GEMex project management

Cooperation in Geothermal energy research Europe-Mexico for development of Enhanced Geothermal Systems and Superhot Geothermal Systems (GEMex)

Exploration Geologist
Development and application of geothermal exploration concepts for different geological settings (e.g., Basin-and-Range Province, East African Rift System, Taupo Volcanic Zone)

Wissenschaftliche Interessen:

  • Geothermal exploration of medium to high enthalpy systems
  • 3D structural-geological modeling
  • Fault zone analysis
  • Fault stress modeling of geothermal reservoirs
  • Analysis of diffuse degassing and emanation processes
  • Conceptual modeling of geothermal systems

Karriere:

  • Since 2016 GEMex project management
  • 2014-2016 Research assistant, GFZ
    • Development of geothermal exploration methods
  • 2010-2014 Research assistant, GFZ (Doctoral thesis)
    • "Detection and characterization of permeable fault zones by surface methods in the Basin-and-Range Province, USA"
  • 2009-2010 Project coordinator, GEOTHERM Programme II, BGR
    • Geothermal exploration project in Tanzania
  • 2007-2009 Project coordinator, GEOTHERM Programme I, BGR
    • Geothermal exploration project in Rwanda
  • 2006 Research assistant, Iceland GeoSurvey Ísor, Reykjavík
    • Analysis of diffuse surface emanations (Krafla, Hengill, Reykjanes peninsula)

Werdegang / Ausbildung:

  • 2010-2014 Doctoral thesis at GFZ
    • "Detection and characterization of permeable fault zones by surface methods in the Basin-and-Range Province, USA"
  • 2009 Postgraduate Certificate in Geothermal Energy Technology, Institute of Earth Science and Engineering (IESE), University of Auckland, New Zealand (4 months)
  • 2001-2007 Study of Geology at TU Bergakademie Freiberg and University of Iceland, Reykjavik
    • Diploma thesis: Diffuse CO2 emissions from Hengill Volcanic System, SW Iceland
  • 2001-2006 Training in underground mining (RAG Deutsche Steinkohle AG, K+S KALI GmbH), Saxon Board of Mines, Freiberg, Germany

Projekte:


  • GEMex - Cooperation in Geothermal energy research Europe-Mexico for development of Enhanced Geothermal Systems and Superhot Geothermal Systems
  • Silica scaling potential associated with exploitation of geothermal energy in Ethiopia – A risk mitigation study (Aluto-Langano, East African Rift System)
  • FaultGas-TVZ, New Zealand - Application of Diffuse Degassing measurements to map permeable fault structures across geothermal systems
  • Structural controls on geothermal systems in the Basin and Range Province, Nevada, USA
  • BRINE - Carbon Dioxide-Storage in Eastern Brandenburg: Implications for Geothermal Potential and Concept for an Early Warning System for Salt Water Intrusions into Groundwater

Wissenschaftliche Gremien:

  • Member of the International Geothermal Association IGA (since 2006)
  • Member of the German Geothermal Association GtV (since 2006)

Auszeichnungen:


Postdoctoral fellow, VolkswagenFoundation - „Silica scaling potential associated with exploitation of geothermal energy in Ethiopia - a risk mitigation study“

Young Academics Award
(German Geothermal Association GtV-BV) - November 2014

GRC Best Presentation Award - „Diffuse Degassing Measurements as a Geochemical
Exploration Tool: A Case Study from the Brady’s Geothermal System (Nevada, USA)