Using 3D modelling software for geothermal operations – Supreme Energy, Indonesia

Showing reservoir model in Leapfrog Geothermal, Supreme Energy (source: video screenshot, Seequent)
Alexander Richter 5 Jun 2020

NZ software house Seequent has shared a video where it caught up with PT Supreme Energy, Indonesia, to talk about their experience of using Leapfrog Geothermal for Geothermal exploration, development, and operation.

Supreme Energy, established in 2008, is responsible for three geothermal operating fields in Indonesia. Muara Laboh Power Station in West Sumatera producing 85 MW of energy, and exploration sites at Rajabasa and Rantau Dedap.  Supreme Energy has been using technology from New Zealand-headquartered software house Seequent, specifically its Leapfrog Geothermal software package, since 2015 to manage and visualise data to make important decisions and communicate those decisions to its various stakeholders.

Recently the company caught up with Supreme to talk to them about their challenges in geothermal energy production and how Seequent technology is enabling them to save time, money and make informed decisions about the subsurface.

Source: Seequent