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Estefanny Davalos-Elizondo leads projects involving low-temperature geothermal resources. She has more than 10 years of experience in geothermal exploration and structural geology framework projects in North America and Africa. She is experienced in detailed geological mapping, structural geology analysis, characterization of fracture permeability, geochemistry of hot springs, building geothermal conceptual models, play fairway analysis, and geothermal drill targeting. 

Research Interests

Geothermal exploration

Structural geology

Geothermal conceptual model

Geothermal data and analysis

Play fairway analysis

Geochemistry of geothermal fluids

Slip and dilation tendency analysis

Professional Experience

Postdoctoral Researcher, Geoscience, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (2022–2023)

Database Researcher, A&M Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc. (2022)

Graduate Teaching Associate, Boone Pickens School of Geology, Oklahoma State University (2017–2021)

Research Scientist, National Institute of Electricity and Clean Energies (2016–2017)

Chief Exploration Geologist, Alternative Energies, Studies and Projects (2012–2016)

Education/Academic Qualification

PhD, Geology, Oklahoma State University

Bachelor, Geology Engineering, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon


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