According to ADB website, the 240 MW Rantau Dedap Geothermal Power Project (Phase I) is located in South Sumatra, Indonesia. Phase I constitutes the geothermal resource exploration and drilling phase of project development. Steamfield development and power plant construction will be considered in subsequent phases. The Borrower will be PT. Supreme Energy Rantau Dedap, an Indonesian project company owned by GDF Suez (rated A by S&P; and A2 by Moody's), Marubeni Corporation (rated BBB by S&P; and Baa2 by Moody's) and PT. Supreme Energy.
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