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The geothermal potential of Norway mainland remains unknown. One of the major outcomes of the Kontiki project (2004-2007) was that heat flow values in southern Norway were, at least, 10 mW/m2 higher than previously thought, opening the perspective for a future use of geothermal energy. A very first attempt was made to estimate underground temperatures well below the deepest levels reached by the scientific drillholes.