Power plant power producer, PT Supreme Energy, in talks with PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) and the energy and mineral resources (ESDM) ministry to develop the Muara Laboh phase-2 with a capacity of 65 megawatts (MW). This project need an investment of US$400 million and will start immediately after the completion of the negotiations.
Currently, the producer is building a 90 MW geothermal power plant project in South Sumatra. The project, produced by PT Supreme Energy Rantau Dedap (SERD) is scheduled for completion by the end of 2020. To complete this project, the unit will invest around $700 million.
While, PT Supreme Energy Muara Laboh, a joint venture of the company and Japan’ Sumitomo Corp., and French’ Engie announced the commercial operation of date geothermal power plant Phase 1 Muara Laboh located in South Solok, West Sumatra Province. The power plant has a net capacity of 85 MW. Furthermore, the electricity will be supplied to the grid network Sumatra owned by state-owned electricity producer, PLN to be distributed to 170,000 households.