Register of Practicing Geothermal Professionals

A Public Report concerning a company’s Exploration Results, Geothermal Resources and/or Geothermal Reserves is the responsibility of the company acting through its Board of Directors. Any such report must be based on, and fairly reflect the information and supporting documentation prepared by, or under the direction of, a Competent Person or Persons. A company issuing a Public Report shall disclose the name(s) of the Competent Person or Persons, state whether the Competent Person is a full-time employee of the company, and, if not, name the Competent Person’s employer. The report shall be issued with the written consent of the Competent Person or Persons as to the form and context in which it appears. 

A ‘Competent Person’ must have a minimum of five years experience relevant to the type of Geothermal Play under consideration and to the activity that person is undertaking and must appear on the Register of Practising Geothermal Professionals maintained by the Australian Geothermal Energy Group Incorporated (AGEG) at the date of publication of the Public Report in question.

Persons acting as Competent Persons are accountable for their work, and in being enrolled on the Register of Practising Geothermal Professionals of AGEG (Register), they agree to be bound by the accountability procedures for Competent Persons contained in the AGEG Code of Ethics for Persons on the Register of Practising Geothermal Professionals, as may be amended and notified from time to time (Code of Ethics).

For more information about the Register or persons appearing on this register please contact the AGEG at dmitre.ageg@sa.gov.au

The Register of Practising Geothermal Professionals (.PDF)