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Indonesian Law Review 2011 with overview on legal issues on geothermal development

Taman Hutan Raya Bung Hatta, Solok, West Sumatra, Indonesia (source: flickr/ Daniel Wilder, creative commons)
Alexander Richter 12 Jan 2012

Indonesian law firm SSEK provides an overview on the legal issues surrounding geothermal mining and power production in the recent Indonesian Law Review 2011.

In a recent article, the law firm SSEK from Indonesia provides an overview on legal issues as they relate to “geothermal mining and power production” in Indonesia.

It refers to the Geothermal Law of 2007, additional implementing regulations and the regulation No. 139 that guarantees financial obligations of PLN under their Power Purchase Agreements. It also speaks about the legal certainty needed to stimulate immediate investment into the sector with main challenges still existing.

The article gives a good overview on the key issues as they surround geothermal development in the country of Indonesia.

Article available at: SSEK