Geothermal Potential Estimation Using its Classification System, According to the National Standardization Agency of Indonesia

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Conference Paper: Geothermal Potential Estimation Using its Classification System, According to the National Standardization Agency of Indonesia

Abstract
Indonesia is made up of more than 17,000 islands of varying sizes, located between 6º North and 11º South Latitudes, and 95 º - 141 º East Longitudes, at the eastern end of Mediterranean and western side of Pacific Volcanic Belts. This fact makes Indonesia is one of the most active volcanic region with its geothermal resources widespread among The Indonesian Archipelago. The central question for discussion is how much the geothermal potential is available and how can its estimation be established. This paper briefly describes a national standardization of the methods used to estimate geothermal potential for identified geothermal prospect areas and describes its methodology for geothermal resources all over the country.

Author 
Udibowo Ciptomulyono






Conference 
GRC Annual Meeting; Sparks, NV; 2007/09/30


Published 
Geothermal Resources Council, 2007





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Citation

Udibowo Ciptomulyono. 2007. Geothermal Potential Estimation Using its Classification System, According to the National Standardization Agency of Indonesia. In: GRC Transactions. GRC Annual Meeting; 2007/09/30; Sparks, NV. Davis, CA: Geothermal Resources Council; p. 69-73