Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins University (JHU) is a private research university in Baltimore, Maryland. Founded in 1876, JHU is considered the first research university in the United States. Over the course of several decades, the university has led all U.S. universities in annual research and development expenditures. Geothermal Technologies has licensed its RAD-EGSTM technology from JHU and continues to work with its faculty and alumni.
Helmerich & Payne, Inc.
Founded in 1920, Helmerich & Payne (H&P) is the leading U.S. unconventional driller, with drilling experience spanning the globe. H&P currently owns and operates land rigs across North America, South America, the Middle East and Africa, and offshore rigs in the Gulf of Mexico. H&P continues to expand its drilling operations to meet the increasing demands of a complex and globalized industry, and in the process, has established itself as a true innovator and world-class leader. H&P Technologies drives the development of advanced technologies and directional drilling automation solutions, helping customers achieve greater reliability and well performance. H&P’s leading-edge technologies are pushing the limits of the oil & gas industry.
Waldron specializes in engineering, construction, commissioning and testing of utility plants, peaking plants, combined heat and power, renewable energy, central heating and chilling facilities.
As a premier power engineering and construction management firm in the US, Waldron prides itself on being a leader in advancing new and emerging energy production technologies and developing ways to bring them to commercial application.
The Stanton Group
Founded in 1986 by a Johns Hopkins alumnus, Stanton is an international power project development company, concentrating on renewables such as generating power from waste gases (such as from steel mills); waste heat (such as from internal combustion engines and gas turbines); biomass; geothermal; wind; and methane.
Ambient Reservoir Monitoring
Ambient Reservoir Monitoring, Inc (ARM) is committed to bringing unique capabilities and innovative approaches to the energy industry. ARM monitoring techniques capture acoustic activity in the subsurface to image the natural-fracture network and the active portions of the wellbore and reservoir during production.
Advanced Seismic Instumentation and Research LLC (ASIR) is a comprehensive, international, innovative, geophysical instrumentation company, providing the full range of design, fabrication, installation, maintenance, and support services for modern solid earth monitoring. ASIR has a senior staff of lead geophysical technologists specializing in solid earth-monitoring.