Hi John,

On Sat, Nov 16, 2013 at 9:33 PM, John Mikes <jami...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Telmo:
> unfortunately I reflected to the NZ solution on another list... - it is a
> convoluted - I could say:
> inadeqyate - technology, just as the Au version of the surface utilization.
> SOME PARTS OF THE WORLD??? let us say: the surface?
> Solar woulrd cover immense surfaces just for supplying the energy as needed
> TODAY and we
> will need a multiple of that soon... See my remark to Russell.
> So far NOBODY was interested in my suggestions: ewverybody blows his OWN
> pipe.
> Geotherm is under our feet - dry lamd or oceans. Pipes are stuck down for
> OIL, similar - if a bit
> longer for geothermic energy extraction with 2 pipes inserted: ONE for
> pumping DOWN the
> ultrapure (Si-free) water into a heat-exchanger at ~140+C environment, the
> OTHER to ascend
> the high pressure steam straight into the turbine. No deposit, as in NZ.

Sorry, I didn't comment out of ignorance. The idea sounds very attractive.
What about depth? Is the necessary depth similar to oil extraction?
And what about yield? How many of these pipes would we need to replace
the energy output of a typical oil rig? Is it scalable?

Cheers,
Telmo.

> JOhn Mikes
>
>
> On Thu, Nov 14, 2013 at 6:39 PM, LizR <lizj...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> On 15 November 2013 11:39, John Mikes <jami...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>> Telmo and other 'experts':
>>> why does nobody even mention the geothermic energy app - available in
>>> huge Q-s and so far tapped only in (literalily) 'superficial' usage. The
>>> high pressure ultra-clean steam from a deepened modification of the
>>> exhausted oil wells may provide much much more energy than today's needs, so
>>> it could serve as driving force for more than we think by ongoing
>>> technology. (E.g. potable water, agri-irrigation, when fresh-water becomes
>>> scarce - like now - pollution-free transportation, keeping politicians in
>>> asylum, etc.) .
>>
>>
>> I assume you mean geothermal energy. It is used in New Zealand but doesn't
>> provide as much energy as wind and hydro as far as I know.
>>
>> It's an option in some parts of the world, certainly, but I would say
>> solar is more readily available overall.
>>
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