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
  • Meet Our Summer Interns Itasca is pleased to welcome three graduate student summer interns to Minneapolis. They will be...
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  • New Itascans Itasca welcomes Amanda Schendel and Luis Wasserman to our team....
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  • A Celebration of 40+ Years Itasca celebrated its 40th anniversary in May, marking four decades of discovery, service, and family....
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Upcoming Events
26 Jun
ARMA 56th US Rock Mechanics / Geomechanics Symposium
The 56th US Rock Mechanics / Geomechanics Symposium covers all aspects of rock mechanics, geomechanics, and rock engineering. ... Read More
29 Jun
3rd International Discrete Fracture Network Engineering (DFNE) Conference
The third International Conference on Discrete Fracture Network Engineering (DFNE 2022) present the important advances that have occurr... Read More
16 Aug
RockEng 2022
The theme of RockEng22 is Canadian Strengths and Future Directions in Rock Mechanics.... Read More