Indonesia Intl Geothermal Conference – Darajat Field Trip – 4-5 August 207
This year's field trip accompanying the Indonesia International Geothermal Conference & Exhibition will visit the Darjat geothermal field and plant by Star Energy in West Java, 4-5 August 2017.
This year’s Indonesia International Geothermal Conference & Exhibition (IIGCE) again features a field trip. This year it will go to the Darajat geothermal field in West Java and visit the Darajat geothermal power plant by Star Energy.
The Darajat Geothermal Resource which is located in District Pasirwangi, Garut, West Java, is on the flanks of Mt. Kendang , approximately 40 km south-east of Bandung, the major provincial city of the region, and 150 km south-east of Jakarta. The resource is within a volcanic range containing centres of relatively recent activity, and vigorous surface displays of geothermal activity occur within the area. The resource is located in steep and rugged terrain, some 2000 metres, above sea level. The Darajat geothermal field is a substansial high quality resource producing dry steam at the wellhead, and includes some very large wells (40 MW capacity from one well – the worldwide average is 5-10 MW/well). The resource is one of only a few dry steam fields in the world.
Cost Of Participant IDR 4.500.000,- (Exclude VAT 10%)
Packages Include :
- Field Trip to Darajat, Star Energy Geothermal Operation Field
- 2 Days / 1 Night Accomodation & Transportation
- Meals During Stay
- Direct tour to actual power plant (usually not open for public)
- Get to see the in depth work flow of the power plant site
- Star Energy UKM Unit
- City Tour
Further details and registration via the IIGCE website.