To build a gas transmission pipe from Aceh to Riau, the government paid 7.8 trillion rupiah

To build a gas transmission pipe from Aceh to Riau, the government paid 7.8 trillion rupiah
To build a gas transmission pipe from Aceh to Riau, the government paid 7.8 trillion rupiah

JAKARTA – The Directorate of Gas Infrastructure Planning and Development of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources revealed the gas pipe infrastructure development project from Dumai to Sei Mangke (Dusem).

ESDM Gas Infrastructure Planning Coordinator Sugiarto said the initial Masem transmission pipe of 428 to 555 km with funding source from the State Revenue and Expenditure Budget (APBN) with a total investment of 7.8 trillion rupees.

The urgency of the construction of the Amasem transmission pipe, Sugiarto said, will be the key to the integration of gas pipes throughout Sumatra and the Sumatra-Jawa integration (with the construction of Csem), distributing the potential of WK Andaman Aceh natural gas for use in Sumatra and Java.

“The development of this state is very important and there is also an urgency why it must be built immediately, the government is coming down to implement the project because it is the key to the integration of the gas pipeline from Sumatra to Java,” said Sugiarto, quoted Friday, June 21.

In addition to this emergency, Sugiarto explained that the benefits of Amasem are to support more affordable gas prices, reduce elpiji subsidies of 3 kg by 420 billion rupiah per year, cost savings of 107 billion rupiah per year, foreign exchange savings of 720 billion rupees per year, to potential state revenues of 1.89 trillion rupees per year from the listing of petroleum oil and 12 billion rupees per year from the quotation of petroleum oil and BPH Migas per year.

Sugiarto said that the approach strategy of providing Indonesia’s natural gas infrastructure is divided into Western Indonesia, where Western Indonesia relies on the connectivity of the gas pipeline and the Eastern Indonesia through virtual pipelines, using a ship-based LPG transport mode. This is done taking into account geographical factors and demand needs between the West and the East.

“Last year we successfully completed the Csem I pipe, this year we continued the Csem II development stage in July. Azem is expected to start construction next year, he expects that the interconnection of Aceh and East Java transmission pipes can be realized soon,” said Sugiarto.

Sugiarto explained that the construction of Amen pipes has a legal basis set out in regulations and included in the national strategic project. Currently, his party is developing documents and planned feasibility studies which have been carried out by Lemigas and is entering into the basic (initial) design in collaboration with the College, and the details of the engineering, approvals and constructions which are all expected until the end of this year can be completed.

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