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Leading geothermal power plant operators by capacity

This month our power industry key list brings you the 15 largest geothermal power plant operators globally by capacity, as ranked by GlobalData's Power Intelligence Centre. All numbers as of March 2020.

Company nameActive Capacity (MW)Headquarters locationNumber of employees
Calpine Corp2,885US2,282
Lopez Inc2,320Philippines-
Ormat Technologies Inc1,451US1,346
Comision Federal de Electricidad918Mexico-
Terra-Gen Power Holdings LLC691US-
Contact Energy Ltd569New Zealand889
Star Energy Geothermal (Salak – Darajat) BV520Indonesia-
Kenya Electricity Generating Co Ltd508Kenya2,508
Real Goods Solar Inc436US70
Orkuveita Reykjavikur423Iceland558
PT Pertamina (Persero)367Indonesia31,569
CalEnergy Generation Operating Co366US-
Sarulla Operations Ltd330Indonesia-
Kipas Holding A.S324Turkey-
Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad270Costa Rica-


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CommoditiesLatest (December 2019)Past month value% change on one month% change in a year
Energy related commodities

Crude oil, Brent (US$/bbl)65.8562.744.9616.63
Crude oil, WTI (US$/bbl)59.8057.064.8022.17
Crude oil, Dubai (US$/bbl)
Natural gas, US (US$/mmbtu)2.242.65-15.39-43.29
Natural gas, Europe (US$/mmbtu)4.625.15-10.28-42.07
Liquefied natural gas, Japan (US$/mmbtu)10.0510.050.00-16.23
Coal, Australian (US$/mt)66.1866.99-1.21-34.71
Coal, South African (US$/mt)76.0373.623.27-20.31
Minerals and metals

Aluminum  (US$/mt)1771.381774.79-0.19-7.76
Iron ore, cfr spot (US$/dmtu)92.6584.989.0333.96
Copper  (US$/mt)6077.065859.953.700.03
Lead  (US$/mt)1900.542021.15-5.97-3.64
Tin  (US$/mt)17141.0516335.484.93-11.00
Nickel  (US$/mt)13829.4215171.81-8.8527.64
Zinc  (US$/mt)2272.542425.48-6.31-13.14
Gold  (U$/oz.)1479.131470.790.5718.29
Platinum  (U$/oz.)924.25901.802.4916.82
Silver  (U$/oz.)17.1417.17-0.1616.02

Source: Data compiled by GlobalData sourcing from commodities exchanges and the World Bank