October 19, 2018

Projects

Supporting Geothermal Development in East Africa
A group of four Icelandic consulting firms, Mannvit, ÍSOR, Vatnaskil and Verkís, are working together to offer consulting to the growing geothermal market in East Africa. Specializing in geothermal resource development and management, the group has provided consulting services to several geothermal developers, contractors and financial institutions in the region.

A Key to East Africa’s Economic Growth
A number of East African countries have taken large steps towards energy self-sufficiency by developing its geothermal resources. Harnessing renewable local power at a reasonable cost is key to economic growth in Eastern Africa.

 

Olkaria Resource Optimization Study

Client
KenGen, Kenya

Role
Develop a model to simulate the behavior of the geothermal reservoir
Future capacity prediction of the reservoir/area.
Technical and economic assessment of the current and planned power plants
Environmental report
Feasibility study of well head units in Kenya
ESIA reports
Load rejection study

2011-2012, 2015


 

Corbetti Geothermal Power 1st phase

Client
Corbetti Geothermal Ltd., Ethiopia

Role
Owners’ Engineer
Concept Design
Tender documents, tender administration
Drilling consulting

2014-


 

Tulu Moye Geothermal Project

Client
TMGO Ltd.

Role
Owners‘ Engineer

2018-


 

Theistareykir, 90 MW geothermal power plant

Client
Landsvirkjun, Iceland

Role
Owners’ Engineer
Geoscience consulting
Drilling consulting

2011-2018


 

Hellisheiði geothermal plant, 303 MWe and 133 MWth

Client
Reykjavik Energy, Iceland

Role
Owners’ Engineer
Geoscience consulting
Drilling consulting

2004-2014, 2016-2018


 

Nesjavellir geothermal plant, 120 MWe and 300 MWth

Client
Reykjavik Energy, Iceland
Role
Owners’ Engineer
Operational training
Geoscience consulting
Drilling consulting

1985-2005