KS ORKA In Indonesia

KS ORKA first stepped into Indonesia’s geothermal industry in 2016 by acquiring the 240MW Sorik Marapi geothermal power plant project in Mandailing Natal, North Sumatera. Since then, the project company, PT Sorik Marapi Geothermal Power, has moved forward with the development plan by accelerating the exploration phase with target of COD ahead of the schedule. By early 2017, KS Orka acquired the second project, 30MW Sokoria geothermal power plant project, in Ende, East Nusa Tenggara. The project was stalled for years but since KS Orka took over, the construction and preparation for exploration drilling have been ongoing on site.With a large untapped geothermal resources in Indonesia, KS Orka is confident to invest in Indonesia for the development of the resources.

Core Values
We are sincere, fair and forthright, treating our colleagues and our community with dignity and respecting our individual differences, feelings and contributions.
We respond quickly and effectively to new information. Our work is dynamic, requiring us to be open-minded and flexible in our approach.
We share ideas and best practices. We help our colleagues to grow personally and professionally.
We’re personally accountable for our own safety and collectively responsible for each other's safety. In meeting our goals for quality, cost and schedule, we will not compromise safety.
We're the owners of our actions and decisions. We set high performance expectations and hold ourselves accountable for the quality of our work and the results we achieve as individuals, as team members and as a company.

Our Management Team

William Tei
President Director
William Tei is the President Director for all KS Orka owned projects in Indonesia. As the President Director, he is currently managing the 240MW Sorik Marapi Geothermal Power (SMGP) project in Mandailing Natal, North Sumatera and the 30MW Sokoria Geothermal Indonesia (SGI) project in Ende, NTT. Under his leadership, both projects are progressing with an accelerated schedule with the target to bring power to the grid just 14 months after commencing drilling of the first well. William is a Chartered Professional Engineer who holds a Bachelor Degree (Honours) in Civil Engineering and a Masters Degree in Business Administration, William has over 20 years of experience in Business and Project Management in the Energy sector across Australia and Southeast Asia.