Your numbers look reasonable - could you share your assumptions? esp availability and brine temp decline rate. This past quarter's 1 cent loss was lower than I expected even though I thought it would be much lower than last qtr due to the outages they indicated in last qtrs. conference call and the low seasonal rates. I assume you must be in the 7-8 cent range for 2014.
next year will probably be more close to .04 or .05 .06cents is pushing it . but I need more info to make a accurate prediction . as for the brine temp decline I cant give any info in that area I'm not informed enough lol. but there's a really cool Manuel online that I recommend reading( Handbook of Best Practices for Geothermal Drilling - EERE - U.S. ) search in Google, helped me understand more. Here is what I am assuming that Guatemala will be done in 2016 and we will do a 50MW plant with a 40% partner and it will cost about 145mill because of it being lower level Tec ,and they just have shown cost to drill to be lower ,also Ortmat is our competition over there, so following their past performance there will give us an idea of how things will most likely be for us. hope that helps :)
Looks like earnings momentum is going to be strong for the rest of the year.
I notice that every single operating plant had a planned spring outtage this quarter. Once again, lots of seasonal impacts that were negative for the quarter. Expect better rates, better utilization, improved efficiencies and lower costs through the rest of the year.