Pertamina Geothermal Energy (PGE)
Pertamina Geothermal Energy (PGE), a subsidiary of PT Pertamina (Persero), was established in 2006 as mandated by the government to develop 15 Geothermal Business Working Areas in Indonesia. 90% of the share of this pollution-free energy provider company belongs to PT Pertamina (Persero) and 10% belongs to PT Pertamina Dana Ventura.
PT Pertamina has management rights to 15 geothermal Business Working Areas (WKPs) with a total potential of 8,480 MW equivalent to 4,392 MMBOE. Out of the 15 WKPs, 10 WKPs are managed by PT PGE alone, namely (1) Kamojang: 200 MW, (2) Lahendong: 60 MW, (3) Sibayak: 12 MW, (4) Ulubelu, (5) Lumutbalai, (6) Hululais, (7) Kotamubagu, (8) Sungai Penuh and (9) Iyang Argopuro and (10) Karahabodas. Three areas of them have been in production with a total capacity of 272 MW equivalent to 12,900 BOEPD. The rest are those managed jointly with partners and have production capacity of 922 MW.
Pertamina Geothermal in its business has always focused on activities to increase production in the three operation areas (Kamojang, Lahendong and Sibayak). Total products generated from the 3 existing operation areas are 9.5 million tons of steam with a generation of 1.3 million MWh. In addition, the contribution of KOB is 30.37 million tons of steam and 4.1 million MWh. Total annual geothermal steam products are 39.89 million tons with a power generation of 5.36 million MWh.
PT PGE constitutes a company orientated to an Integrated Operation Activity, wherein all operation activities are conducted by total project where all projects ranging from upstream up to downstream activities are conducted, such as PLTP Kamojang Unit 4. See more