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The Armed Services Geothermal Program GRC 2007 Briefing Content Program Overview Business Model Geothermal Development Project Areas Program Authorization 10 USC 2394 - Allows for 30 year contracts for energy production

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briefing content
Briefing Content
  • Program Overview
  • Business Model
  • Geothermal Development Project Areas
program authorization
Program Authorization
  • 10 USC 2394 - Allows for 30 year contracts for energy production
  • 10 USC 2689 - Allows for development of geothermal resources beneath military-controlled lands (fee simple or withdrawn)
  • 10 USC 2867 - Allows for sale of electricity from renewables or cogeneration facilities
geothermal program office mission
Geothermal Program Office Mission
  • To locate & develop resources on military facilities anywhere in the world
  • Two-pronged approach:
    • Resource Development
    • Resource Management
geothermal program office role
Geothermal Program Office Role
  • Evaluate the resource
  • Provide permitting/process guidance
  • Oversee the PPV contracting process
  • Technical training for on-site personnel
  • Maintain resource management expertise
  • Contract administration
  • Provide economic analyses
  • Industry and government interface
business model farm out
Business Model“Farm-Out”
  • Tried & True Energy Business Mechanism
  • Establish Resource Potential
  • Pre-Qualify Third-Party Investors
  • Proposals/Negotiations
  • Compensation
  • Navy oversight - resource mgmt.
why this business model
Why this Business Model?
  • Risk Reduction - Success Increase
  • Flexibility
  • Market Conditions
  • Resource Quality/Viability
  • Fair Market Value
acid test
“Acid Test”
  • If deal is too tough, the industry won’t participate.
  • Corollary: If economics are not favorable, then developers won’t invest.
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Geothermal Resources

Yakima Firing Center

Moses

Lake

Minot AFB

Ellsworth AFB

Mt. Home AFB

(Saylor Creek)

Warren

AFB

Sierra Army Depot

NAS Fallon

USAFA

Hawthorne

Fort Carson

Coso

Nellis AFB

Fort Irwin

White

Sands

29 Palms

Randolph AFB/

Fort Sam Houston

NAS El Centro

Chocolate Mtns.

Fort Bliss

Fort Polk

Yuma

Luke AFB

Lackland

AFB

Williams AFB

Temperature Above 194°F

Kelly AFB

Brooks AFB

Ingleside NS

NAS Corpus Christi

NAS Kingsville

Keesler AFB, Biloxi

Gulfport

NAS New Orleans

Temperature Below 194°F

Geopressured Resources

military facilities with known geothermal potential
Military Facilities with Known Geothermal Potential
  • Coso - China Lake
  • Naval Air Station Fallon
  • Naval Air Facility El Centro
  • Hawthorne Army Ammunition Depot
  • Chocolate Mountains Gunnery Range
locations with unproven but prospective geothermal potential
Nellis AFB

Luke AFB

MCAGCC 29 Palms

Schofield Barracks

MCAS Yuma

Fort Bliss

Kelly AFB

Brooks AFB

NAS Corpus Christi

NAS Kingsville

Bravo 19 NAS Fallon

Ingleside NAS

Locations with Unproven, but Prospective Geothermal Potential
coso geothermal field
First power from Coso in 1987

Full power in January 1990

Nearly 30,000 GWh electricity since first power

Average on-line availability 98%

Anticipated reservoir lifetime is 50 years although longer is not unlikely

Exploring Southeast Coso for additional resource

Coso Geothermal Field

Navy GPO Mission

Drilling Rig

To locate, develop and manage geothermal resources wherever they occur on U.S. military facilities

Approach

NAVY I Power Plant

  • Public-private venture capital projects
  • “Other people’s money”
  • Share in revenue/benefits

Status/Highlights

Multi-Use Project

  • Navy Mission – Weapons Development
  • Geothermal Resource Power Generation
  • Environmental/Cultural Resource Mgmt.

Program Manager:

Dr. Frank Monastero

project milestones leading to contract award
Project Milestones - Leading to Contract Award

200X

200X+1

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Briefings

CBD Announcement

Industry Meeting

Pre Qualification Package Due

RFP to Qualified Group Firms

Bids Received

Negotiation Completed

Contract Award - ASN Approval Required

Total Elapsed Time  9 Months

milestones for geothermal development at nas fallon
Milestones for Geothermal Development at NAS Fallon

Months After Contract Award

0

12

24

36

6

18

30

Contract Award

EA/EIS for Exploration

Permitting

Well Drilling & Testing

Reservoir Evaluation

Financing Secured

EA/EIS and Permitting for Development

Construction of Facilities

Transmission Tie-in

Start Production

potential benefits to military services
Potential Benefits to Military Services
  • Revenue Sharing
  • Direct Power Purchase
  • Electricity Bill Offset
  • “Green Power”
critical variables affecting success
Critical Variables Affecting Success
  • Maintaining Mission Integrity
  • Power Purchase Agreement - Market Conditions
  • Realistic Expectations
  • Buy-in by Local Command & Upper Management