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With roughly 40% of the planet's geothermal power resources, Indonesia has the world's largest geothermal potential.

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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.

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Cover and map reprinted on page 31 of Geothermal Clean Energy Investment Project: Project Appraisal Document (report no. 56321).
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Cover and map reprinted on page 31 of Geothermal Clean Energy Investment Project: Project Appraisal Document (report no. 56321).

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Geothermal Clean Energy Investment Project
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P113078: Approved July 26, 2011
The project profile contains an overview of the project, financial details, and a list of project documents related to the project.
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Geothermal Clean Energy Investment Project
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Geothermal Resource Risk in Indonesia: A Statistical Inquiry
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Geothermal Resource Risk in Indonesia: A Statistical Inquiry
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Document date: July 15, 2014
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.
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Geothermal Clean Energy Investment Project: Project Appraisal Document
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Geothermal Clean Energy Investment Project: Project Appraisal Document
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Document date: June 27, 2011
The document presents contextual and project information needed to approve the project.
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