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ASTAE Report: Geothermal Resource Risk in Indonesia: A Statistical Inquiry

This paper presents a statistical study of the geothermal resource risk in Indonesia, specifically, that the resource base and well productivity are adequate and that the drilling cost per well is reasonable. The study relies on the resource base estimates of nearly 80 sites, and productivity data on 215 wells in the country. 

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Sanyal, Subir K.; Morrow, James W.; Jayawardena, Migara S.; Berrah, Noureddine; Fei Li, Shawna; Sanyal, Subir K.; Morrow, James W.; Jayawardena, Migara S.; Berrah, Noureddine; Fei Li, Shawna. 2014. Geothermal Resource Risk in Indonesia: A Statistical Inquiry. Washington, DC: World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/532701468283514634/Geothermal-resource-risk-in-Indonesia-a-statistical-inquiry 

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