A catalog of geoscience documents and datasets - provides information about geothermal resources located primarily within the United States. The Geothermal Technologies Office at the United States Department of Energy funded the design and testing process, to compile an active, nationwide network of interoperable nodes, storing new and legacy data that developers, industry, and academia can use to better enable the adoption of geothermal energy. NGDS was created to respond to industry demand for quantifiable data of the subsurface, to target drilling, understand drilling performance in hard rock formations, and effectively characterize the subsurface for reservoir creation and maintenance.
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