Java-Wayang Windu Geothermal Area

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Java-Wayang Windu Geothermal Area




Area Overview



Geothermal Area Profile



Location: Java, Indonesia

Exploration Region: Sunda Volcanic Arc

GEA Development Phase:

Coordinates: -7.1622628958237°, 107.65326738086°


Resource Estimate

Mean Reservoir Temp: 285°C558.15 K
545 °F
1,004.67 °R
[1]

Estimated Reservoir Volume: 45.3 km³45,300,000,000 m³
10.868 mi³
1,599,754,402,461.3 ft³
59,250,163,040.7 yd³
45,299,999,999,999.992 L

Mean Capacity: 227 MW227,000 kW
227,000,000 W
227,000,000,000 mW
0.227 GW
2.27e-4 TW
[2]

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History and Infrastructure



Operating Power Plants: 1


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Developing Power Projects: 0

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Power Production Profile

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Owners  :
  • Star Energy Ltd

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Exploration History



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Well Field Description



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Depth to Top of Reservoir: 1000m1 km
0.621 mi
3,280.84 ft
1,093.61 yd
[1]

Depth to Bottom of Reservoir: 2510m2.51 km
1.56 mi
8,234.908 ft
2,744.961 yd
[1]

Average Depth to Reservoir: 1755m1.755 km
1.091 mi
5,757.874 ft
1,919.286 yd


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Geology of the Area



Geologic Setting

Tectonic Setting: Subduction Zone

Controlling Structure: Major Normal Fault

Topographic Features: Shield Volcano

Brophy Model: Type B: Andesitic Volcanic Resource

Moeck-Beardsmore Play Type: CV-1a: Magmatic - Extrusive, CV-1b: Magmatic - Intrusive"CV-1a: Magmatic - Extrusive, CV-1b: Magmatic - Intrusive" is not in the list of possible values (CV-1a: Magmatic - Extrusive, CV-1b: Magmatic - Intrusive, CV-2a: Plutonic - Recent or Active Volcanism, CV-2b: Plutonic - Inactive Volcanism, CV-3: Extensional Domain, CD-1: Intracratonic Basin, CD-2: Orogenic Belt, CD-3: Crystalline Rock - Basement) for this property.


Geologic Features

Modern Geothermal Features: Fumaroles, Hot Springs

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Volcanic Age: Recent

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References


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Ruggero Bertani. 2005. World Geothermal Power Generation 2001-2005. Proceedings of World Geothermal Congress; Turkey: World Geothermal Congress.
  2. Benjamin Matek. Geo-energy [Internet]. Geothermal Energy Association. [updated 2015/04/28;cited 2015/04/28]. Available from: http://geo-energy.org/


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