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The paper further describes some of the currently tapped in and emerging technologies in oil and gas drilling operations that could benefit geothermal energy development and operational development with case studies by leveraging advancement in technology like IoT, machine learning, advanced data analytics and artificial intelligence over geothermal drilling data.

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