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Nusantara Regas expects to deliver 37 LNG cargoes to PLN this year

A top official of Nusantara Regas explains to a guest Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Lithuania Zygimantas Vaicunas during a visit to FSRU West Java vessel.

JAKARTA ( – PT Nusantara Regas, the operator of floating storage and gasification unit (FSRU), targets to deliver 37 cargoes of LNG to the power plants owned by the state utility company PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) this year, higher than 33 cargoes delivered last year.

Nusantara Regas, a subsidiary of the gas distributor PT Perusahaan Gas Negara Tbk (IDX:PGAS) expects to deliver more than 33 cargoes of LNG to three gas power plants of PLN in north Jakarta, President Director of Nusantara Regas Moch. Taufik Afianto said Thursday (14/03) as quoted by Bisnis Indonesia.

“We heard that they need 37 cargoes of LNG this year. We have enough capacity to deliver 39 cargoes of LNG,” Afianto said.

The company operates an FSRU in the offshore West Java. The LNG was originally taken from the Mahakam Block in East Kalimantan, Tangguh LNG plant in West Papua, Bontang in East Kalimantan and the fields within the Indonesia Deepwater Development (IDD) operated by Eni S.p.A.

In addition to supplying gas to PLN’s gas power plants, going forward Nusantara Regas will also be targeting industry customers as well as households through the city gas network (Jargas) being developed by the its parent company PGN.

Nusantara Regas began operating the FSRu since 2012 with maximum capacity of storaging 125,000 cubic meter. It supplies 500 MMSCFD of gas to the three gas power plants in the greater Jakarta area, namely PJB Muara Karang, Indonesia Power Tanjung Priok and PJB Muara Tawar. (*)



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