Drilling to start for 86 MW Rantau Dedap geothermal project, Indonesia

Rantau Dedap Drilling Equipment (Source: Supreme Energy Website)
Alexander Richter 11 Jan 2018

Supreme Energy is planning to start drilling for the initial 86 MW Rantau Dedap geothermal project by mid-2018 having secured a new PPA in November 2017.

Reported this week from Indonesia, PT Supreme Energy Rantau Dedap has announced the company will start its drilling campaign for the initial 86 MW Rantau Dedap geothermal project.

The company expects to close financing in March 2018, which would allow drilling to start by mid-2018. The company secured an adapted Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) in November 2017 this year. The project is being developed in a joint venture with French company ENGIE (formerly GDF Suez) and is located in South Sumatra.

For the initial phase, a capacity of 86 MW is planned with 12-16 wells to be drilled. The drilling campaign is planned to take around 12 months.

Source: Rambu Energy