With roughly 40% of the planet's geothermal power resources, Indonesia has the world's largest geothermal potential.
With about 27,000 MW of geothermal power potential, Indonesia has roughly 40% of the world's resources. However, as of 2011, only 4% of the country's total geothermal resources have been developed to produce power. The $574.70 million Geothermal Clean Energy Investment Project, of which the World Bank Group is contributing $175 million, will finance the construction of the Steamfield Above-Ground System (SAGS) and the Ulubelu and Lahendong (Tompaso) geothermal fields.
The project profile contains an overview of the project, financial details, and a list of project documents related to the project.
The paper presents a statistical study of the geothermal resource risk in Indonesia, specifically concerning the resource base, well productivity, and drilling costs per well.
The document presents contextual and project information needed to approve the project.