Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Indonesian Gas Development Plans Series 2017

Format Softcover
Size 210 x 297 mm (A4)
Printing Full Color
Price US$115.39.00 or Rp. 1.673.155,-
Released May 2017
Code GDP01H

Natural gas is an important component of Indonesia's energy mix, particularly for the power generation, fertilizer, and other industrial sectors. Domestic gas consumption has grown at an average rate of 9% a year from 2003 to 2015, and reached over 3,997 BBTUD in 2016, or about 53% of the country's gas output.

To fulfill the increasing domestic needs, Indonesia must optimize the balance between export and domestic allocation of gas. The main issues in achieving this balance are lack of infrastructure, as well as accessibility or connectivity between gas producers and their off-takers.

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has recently released two important books and one regulation regarding gas industry in Indonesia, which are: 1) the Natural Gas Balance 2016-2035; 2) the Master Plan of National Natural Gas Infrastructure 2016-2030; and 3) Ministerial Decree No. 1750 K/20/MEM/2017 on allocation of natural gas for electricity sector. These books contain details of information on gas supply-demand forecast, gas transportation network and its associated infrastructure development plans.

According to the master plan, by 2030 Indonesia will add a total of 6,989 kilometers gas pipeline network (open access & downstream dedicated), two large and four mini liquefaction plants, eight floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs), 72 land based regasification facilities, eight CNG plants, 24 gas stations, and six LPG plants and its distribution facilities.

Publication of the English version of the books and the ministerial decree is aimed at disseminating business reference to international community, who need to know them in English as well as for investors wishing to get involved in Indonesian gas related industry.


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