Come and see us at Oceanology International 2024 in London!

We kindly invite you to visit us at Oceanology International in London from 12th to 14th of March 2024. Visit our booth K250 and learn about our geothermal heat flow services, temperature models, software development offerings and much more...

We are excited to meet you there!

FIELAX’s attendance at the OI is financially supported by the EFRE (European Fund for Regional Development).

New publication on the variability of thermal conductivities

As part of the project "WEGNordOst", which is funded by the state of Bremen within the framework of the state program "Promotion of Research, Development and Innovation" (FEI) of the Senator for Economics, Labor and Europe of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen, we have published some of the results together with our cooperation partners from the University of Bremen and the University of Kiel. The publication is available at: and describes the sediment temperatures and thermal conductivities of coastal sediments in the German part of the Baltic Sea / Eckernförde Bay.

Energy transition at FIELAX – Installation of heat pumps

After FIELAX has already been using its own solar power since 2019, another step has now been taken on the way to climate neutrality. Most of the offices and the workshop are now heated with air-to-air heat pumps. On very hot days, the devices can of course also be used for air cooling (then there should be enough solar power available). An additional extension of the photovoltaic system is planned for coming fall.We would like to thank the companies Peters Kälte - Klima - Lüftung ( and H&H Wührmann ( for the good planning and timely execution of the installation.