Our

Services

Some of the things we've done...
  • Geothermal Exploration
  • Review and Interpretation of Existing Data
  • Geological Mapping
  • Geophysical Surveys
  • Geochemical Sampling and Analysis
  • Two-Meter Soil Temperature Probe Surveys
  • Soil Gas Surveys
  • Well Siting and Well Design
  • Conceptual Models
  • Technical and Economic Feasibility Studies
  • Drilling Management and Well Site Geology
  • Procurement Assistance
  • Permitting
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Environmental Consulting
  • Direct Use Project Design
  • GIS Data Analysis
  • Fault Analysis
  • Cultural¬†Resource Surveys

The Blackrock Geoscience team can manage your entire exploration project from beginning to end or at various stages.

Our services include geologic, geochemical and geophysical studies; exploratory drilling; energy infrastructure assessment; environmental assessment; permitting; development planning; partnership-building; and identification of financing opportunities.

The goals of our service are to reduce risks inherent with geothermal development and to help you implement your project in a strategic, cost-effective and timely manner to help you achieve your goals and optimize your geothermal resource.

Blackrock Geoscience associates include geologists; mechanical engineers, reservoir engineers; geophysicists, geochemists, geothermal drilling experts and GIS analysts. Our team has multinational project experience capable of navigating the complex details associated with geothermal development.

We work hard to find solutions that work for you. We help create productive partnerships. We work with Government to help navigate regulatory issues. We work with local communities, hands-on, to help them learn about geothermal development. Your needs and goals are our focus.

Community Involvement

Some say it takes a village...

Keeping the local community informed during geothermal exploration and development is important for a successful project. Our approach is to inform the community of activities in ways that make them feel comfortable with being exposed to something new and different. We hold community meetings. We talk one on one with people. We use slide shows. We display and talk about our equipment. We bring drill cuttings and microscopes to look at the samples. We use posters. We go to schools and talk with kids. We invite people to come and see what we are doing in the field. This approach has been met with great success!

Our Work

Take a look at some of our recent projects.

Warm Springs Power and Water Enterprise

Warm Springs Power and Water Enterprise

Republic of Panama

Republic of Panama

Walker River Indian Reservation

Walker River Indian Reservation