Diana Acero Allard

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Personal Profile

Diana Acero-Allard joined NREL in 2023. She leads projects on techno-economic analysis for subsurface storage systems and geothermal resource assessment. 

Research Interests

Advanced characterization of geothermal systems using machine learning algorithms

Use of volatile components from fluid inclusions on production prediction in conventional geothermal systems

Low-temperature geothermal decarbonization solutions

Workforce development and skills transition between oil and gas and geothermal fields

Geothermal energy’s role in social justice and local economies

Professional Experience

Diana has over 15 years of professional experience in the fields of geology, geophysics, petrophysics, hydrocarbons resource assessment, reservoir modeling, project management, and customer relationship management. Before joining NREL, she worked as a research associate and petrophysicist for an oil and gas service company. Most recently, she worked as geothermal technical support for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Geothermal Technologies Office. 

Education/Academic Qualification

Master, Geophysics, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Bachelor, Geology, Universidad Nacional de Colombia


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