ITB Workshop featuring field trip to 55 MW Patuha geothermal plant
The ITB International Geothermal Workshop is featuring a field trip to the nearby 55 MW Patuha geothermal power plant on April 1, 2016.
The ITB International Geothermal Workshop in Bandung, Indonesia is featuring a field trip to the Patuha geothermal plant near Bandung on April 1, 2016.
The Patuha geothermal system is a vapor-dominated reservoir located about 40 kilometers southwest of Bandung on western Java, Indonesia. The geothermal system consists of a cap rock, an underlying steam cap and a deep liquid-dominated reservoir. The reservoir is provided with heat by a main heat source below Kawah Putih and the Patuha volcano. The flow of fluid takes place through fault zones and in the low permeability reservoir rock. . The first Unit (55 MW) at Patuha was completed in 2014 and since 2015 it has been producing at full capacity (with an availability rate of over 98%).
This one full day field trip to Patuha Geothermal Plant provides an introduction to geothermal resources and their utilization. The trip may include visits to Patuha Power Plant, Steam Field, Surface Facilities and observations to the surface features/manifestations of the Patuha thermal areas.
We will provide participants with mini-buses for mobilization purposes. Participants will not drive their own vehicles to and from the destined locations. The provided buses will depart from Bandung on April 1st morning to Patuha Geothermal Plant.
The Field Trip will be guided and instructed by the lectures and graduate students of the ITB along with Geo Dipa representatives.
Trip and itinerary are subject to change. Please contact the Organizing Committee for further details. The course fee normally includes:
- Trip will depart with a minimum application of 5 persons
- Tour and transfer itinerary with air-conditioned vehicle
- English speaking guide
- Lunch and AM/PM snacks
Registration is open for the Geothermal Field Trip being held April 1th, 2016. This year’s program provides the opportunity for the participants to visit Patuha Geothermal Plant. The trip will become even more exciting as participants will be given a chance to enjoy the refreshing and pleasant Malabar Tea Plantation in the end of the trip.
We will accept up to 30 applications until all the positions are filled. This geothermal field camp is intended for students, engineers, scientists, academicians, industry practitioners or any other person/parties who are interested in geothermal field operation.