Chevron Bets on Indonesia Volcanoes

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June 15 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Stuart Biggs reports from Salak, Indonesia, four hours south of Jakarta, about Chevron Corp.’s expansion in geothermal energy output in the region. The company relies on underground steam rising through 84 wells to spin power generators in a rainforest which sits atop the biggest reserves of volcanic heat for making clean energy in the world. Stephen Green, former head of Chevron’s Indonesia and Philippines operations and now its vice president of policy, government and public affairs, also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)


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