Unlocking the Planet's Largest Energy Source


An exploration portfolio representing more than 2.2% of Australia's surface area

Beetaloo Basin

Northern Territory

Steam Resources will be constructing a pilot plant in the region with conservative estimates showing it contains 84,000 petajoules in stored geothermal energy (equivalent to 3.7 billion barrels of oil) and its strategic proximity to the Port of Darwin.

South Australian Heat Anomaly

South Australia

In South Australia, our exploration ground spans over 46,000km2 , which covers a significant portion of the South Australian Heat Anomaly and is supported by Australia's most advanced infrastructure for commercial geothermal production.

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The world's largest renewable energy exploration company

Steam Resources is unlocking Australia’s untapped geothermal resources to generate renewable energy and green hydrogen for domestic and international sale.

We believe geothermal power will play a major role in securing Australia’s energy sovereignty and leading the country into a net-zero future, which is why we are developing production plants in the Northern Territory, South Australia and the Solomon Islands.

Currently, we hold the world’s most extensive portfolio of highly prospective geothermal exploration grounds, representing more than 2.2% of Australia’s surface area.

Geothermal energy is the ultimate renewable energy source


Predictable power output.

Geothermal energy is accessible as base load
power (unlike wind and solar) – meaning it is a
24/7, 365 day a year renewable energy option.


Resistant to ambient weather conditions.

Geothermal energy is not dependant on variable sun or wind conditions.


Minimal land footprint.

Steam Resources' proposed pilot plant will have an estimated ground footprint of just 1.1km2.


Small decommissioning costs

Due ot the smaller footprint and reduced operational complexity compared to legacy oil and gas processing plants.

Our Circular Process

Our binary-cycle geothermal process operates 24/7 to create electricity and green hydrogen.

  • Step 1

    Fluid is pumped into the injection well down into the geothermal reservoir where high-temperature rocks sit.
  • Step 2

    Hot liquid and steam are then sent up a secondary well connected to a generator which uses the steam to spin the turbine to generate electricity that is then stored.
  • Step 3

    The steam is transferred to an electrolyser and converted to green hydrogen.

  • Step 4

    The hot liquid is pumped back down the injection well for the process to begin again.

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