PT. Supreme Energy Muara Laboh

Geothermal development activities are a series of activities that includes drilling of production wells and injection wells, construction of field facilities, including power plants and steam above ground system, which are used for electricity production operations from geothermal resources. In the development stage, PT SEML has successfully drilled twelve (12) production wells and four (4) injection wells, so that when combined with six (6) exploration wells in the exploration phase the SEML has drilled total of twenty two (22) wells.

The development and construction phase of the Geothermal Power Plant (GPP) was began in March 2017, and the generated electricity is channeled through the 150 KV High Voltage Transmission Line (SUTT) and connected to the Sumatra electricity toll road network owned by PT PLN (Persero) based on a 30-year Power Purchase Agreement. To develop this GPP project, PT SEML appointed a consortium of Sumitomo Corporation and Rekayasa Industri (Rekind) as EPC contractor. The main equipment of turbine and generator is produced by Fuji Electric.

The construction of the Muara Laboh GPP has helped South Solok Regency in particular, and the Province of West Sumatra in general, through various integrated social development programs, employment opportunities for around 1,200 local workers, and providing business opportunities for local entrepreneurs during its 30-month construction period. In addition, sustainable and environmental friendly electricity generated by this GPP is able to supply electricity to around 340.000 households.

After a long journey since 2008, starting from the preliminary survey process, exploration, to the development stage, on December 16th 2019 PT. Supreme Energy Muara Laboh (SEML) announced the commercial operation of Unit I Muara Laboh Geothermal Power Generation located in Solok Selatan Regency, West Sumatra Province. The power generation has the capacity of 85 MW net.

Despite of the COVID19 pandemic, in 2020 SEML is able to meet the generation target, even slightly higher. SEML also records Equivalent Availability Factor of 94.31%, among the best in Sumatera Island, with a very small Forced Outage Rate. As a prudent owner, SEML is committed to continuously operate and maintain SEML Geothermal Power Plant at its best performance and hopefully will continue to operate successfully, able to fulfil its obligation according to the PPA and provide good contribution to all its stakeholders, community, and the Nation.

Muara Laboh Geothermal Unit II Development Project with target capacity of 75 MW net currently is still in progress of discussion with PT. PLN (Persero) on Amendment to Perjanjian Jual Beli Listrik (PJBL).

Muara Laboh Geothermal Unit II Development Project with target capacity of 82 MW net currently is still in progress of discussion Amendment to Perjanjian Jual Beli Listrik (PJBL) with PT. PLN (Persero).