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October 15 2018

Eavor Technologies announces new funding and partnerships

Innovative geothermal company eyes Saskatchewan for new development

Eavor Technologies is pleased to announce the awarding of new grants and partnerships that will serve to further advance their unique and innovative geothermal technology. The most recent commitments, from Alberta Innovates, provides funding towards the construction of Eavor’s first full-scale reference site. The site will also serve as an ongoing R&D facility to further develop this game-changing technology.

Unlike traditional geothermal, Eavor’s patented Made-in-Canada technology (called Eavor-Loop) does not require volcanic type temperatures or permeable aquifers. This not only removes the need for fracking, water treatment or water reinjection, it also makes geothermal massively scalable for the very first time.

With development projects under consideration in both Alberta and the Netherlands, Eavor has also turned its attention to the province of Saskatchewan. While geologically similar to Alberta, Saskatchewan has been identified as having practical green energy objectives, as well as an already well-established and straight-forward geothermal regulatory framework as part of its Prairie Resilience initiative.

“Eavor-Loop is arguably the World’s first truly scalable form of green baseload power and can build off Western Canada’s natural oil & gas skillset,” said John Redfern, President & CEO of Eavor Technologies. “We have an opportunity for the prairies to be a true leader in this modern green technology, not just in North America but across the world.”

Eavor has also recently been invited to work with Creative Destruction Lab (CDL) for the next year. This exciting program is focused on the development of massively scalable, science-based companies. CDL has programs with Universities and strategic investors in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal and Halifax as well as New York.

June 20 2018

Hot Commodity: Geothermal electricity in Alberta

Canada West Foundation publishes new report on Geothermal Energy featuring innovative Eavor-Loop
Press Release
Report – Hot Commodity: Geothermal Electricity in Alberta

May 10 2018

Eavor at Energy Disruptors 2018

Eavor will be presenting and participating in Energy Innovation Showcase at Energy Disruptors Conference in Calgary on May 15th 2018.

Click here for more info.

April 20 2018

Jeanine Vany joins Eavor as Executive Vice President of Geosciences

Jeanine Vany is an APEGA registered professional geologist with a career spanning over 15 years in the oil and gas industry. Her experience ranges from reservoir characterization, drilling and operations to full field delineation strategies, asset management, and acquisition. Vany has spent her career at foremost E&P companies such as EnCana, Devon and Total. She joined GLJ Petroleum Consultants in 2012, where she led the geoscience aspects of in-situ reserves and resource evaluations in addition to working deep basin unconventional plays.  Prior to joining Eavor™, Vany managed geoscience at Castle Rock, a consultancy firm specializing in the geothermal space as it relates to oil and gas.

Jeanine holds an Honours B.Sc degree in Geology and Environmental Studies from Saint Mary’s University and a Business Essentials Certificate from the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary.

March 15 2018

Matt Toews joins Eavor as Chief Technology Officer

Matt Toews is a professional engineer with over a decade of experience in production and operations with a focus on management and technology development. Fueled by a passion for new ventures and developing projects from the ground up, Toews has produced an extensive portfolio of pilot projects with a successful track record of creating value through technology commercialization.  During his tenure at Cenovus Energy, Toews led a team accountable for wellbore design and optimization at Cenovus’ thermal assets – the largest such assets in the world which produce an aggregate 370,000 bbl/d. He has also managed the commercialization of solvent-assisted SAGD technology for these assets.

Toews graduated with Distinction from the University of Calgary Oil and Gas Engineering, and is a member of APEGA and SPE. He has authored and co-authored several papers and currently has multiple patents pending.