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A geothermal power plant at The Geysers near Santa Rosa, California. Some areas of The Geysers have been important test beds for enhanced geothermal systems. Image credit: USGS/Photo by Julie Donnelly-Nolan
American Geosciences Institute
Map showing estimated undiscovered but technically recoverable resources of coalbed methane in the United States. Image Credit: USGS
American Geosciences Institute
An example of frac sand, used in hydraulic fracturing. Image Credit: USGS/Photo by Bill Cunningham
American Geosciences Institute
Screenshot of the AGI glyph showing the different elements of geoscience.
American Geosciences Institute
A fluid impoundment containing produced waters at a drilling operation in the Permian Basin of West Texas. Image Credit: Hannah Hamilton/USGS
American Geosciences Institute
Renewable natural gas (RNG) production facility in Fair Oaks, Indiana. Image Credit: NREL/DOE
American Geosciences Institute
An example of anthracite coal, the purest grade of coal. Image Copyright © Dr. Richard Busch
U.S. Energy Information Administration

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