Energy

Itasca concentrates on the interface between power generation and the subsurface environment that can help develop sustainable power for future generations. Itasca engineers work on a wide variety of geotechnical challenges associated with the production of energy and management of resulting waste materials, including:

  • Conventional oil and gas
  • Unconventional oil and gas, including hydraulic fracturing
  • Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS)
  • Underground waste isolation
  • Power Infrastructure
Courtesy of Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management Co, Illustrator LAJ

Latest News
  • Introducing Our New IMASS Constitutive Model The Itasca Constitutive Model for Advanced Strain Softening (IMASS) has been developed to represent the...
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  • 2019 Sloan Outstanding Paper Award Dr. Mojtaba Bahaaddini (Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman), along with Associate Professor Glenn Sharrock (Itasca/UQ),...
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  • Itasca Awarded Prestigious Caving 2040 Research Grant Itasca’s research aims to answer the key industry question “how should block caves be designed...
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Upcoming Events
19 Jan.
Evaluation of impacts of lahars on structures using DEM numerical modelling
Lahars represent natural phenomena that can generate severe damage in densely populated urban areas. The evaluation of pressures genera... Read More
21 Jan.
Griddle Version 2.0 has been Released | Learn What's New
Griddle 2.0 Has Been Released! Join us for a webinar on "What's New in Griddle 2.0?"... Read More
8 Mar.
FLAC3D 2021 Online, Live Introductory Training
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