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Authors: Procesi, Monia* 
Marini, Luigi* 
Cinti, Daniele* 
Sciarra, Alessandra* 
Basile, Paolo* 
Mazzoni, Tiziana* 
Zarlenga, Francesco* 
Title: Preliminary fluid geochemical survey in Tete Province and prospective development of geothermics in Mozambique
Journal: Geothermal Energy 
Series/Report no.: /10 (2022)
Publisher: Springer
Issue Date: 2022
DOI: 10.1186/s40517-022-00213-7
Abstract: An evaluation of the feasible development of geothermal energy in Mozambique is proposed based on some thermal springs geochemical characterization in the Tete region. Chemical and isotopic data suggest that the springs have a meteoric origin and do not show connection with any active magmatic system. The proposed circulation model suggests high depths infiltration of meteoric waters along faults and fractures in a system characterised by discrete permeability and reservoir temperature between 90 and 120 °C. These results, jointly with low salinity fluids and corrosive components absence suggest that the geothermal system may be conveniently exploited for direct and indirect uses.
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