Drilling for clear gold at the Arctic Circle

sulphur_flowDrillers drilling for hot water on the northern Icelandic island of Grimsey (the only part of Iceland to cross the Arctic Circle) have now reached a depth of 460 metres and are now finding water at 55 degrees centigrade.

Engineers on the project are happy with progress, but still hope to hit a high pressure area of much hotter subterranean water, visir.is reports.

The drilling began on Grimsey last autumn, and engineer Fridfinnur K. Danielsson believes that the work is going well to date; especially as hot water drilling has never previously been undertaken on Grimsey.



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