PT. Pelindo Energi Logistik in collaboration with PT. Humpuss Transportation Chemical, PT. Jaya Samudera Karunia, and PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Persero) provides shipping management services, provides LNG storage facilities, and provides LNG regasification facilities and gas distribution to transport Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) owned by PT. PLN (Persero) which is from Bontang, stores, communicates and distributes to the Pesanggaran PLTDG with a capacity of 200 MW in Pesanggaran, Bali, owned by PT. Indonesia Power.
UPCOMING PROJECT : BENOA LNG FILLING STATION
In supporting this government program, PT PEL as a business entity engaged in oil and gas management plans to build a Filling Station facility located at Benoa LNG Terminal. This facility was built with all the enthusiasm as follows:By shifting the use of fuel to natural gas in the Pesanggaran power plant, Bali Province can greatly reduce the use of fuel oil (BBM) and the savings can be used to improve the health sector, education, infrastructure, and others. The use of natural gas, which is environmentally friendly energy, is in line with the steps of the Bali Provincial Government to launch the flagship Bali Green Province program. To realize this program, the Bali Provincial Government will require all hotels in Bali to use gas fuel so that the natural environment of the Island of the Gods can be maintained and sustainable.
In supporting this government program, PT PEL as a business entity engaged in oil and gas management plans to build a Filling Station facility located at Benoa LNG Terminal. This facility was built with all the enthusiasm as follows:
1. In order to diversify energy and also support the conversion of BBM to BBG.
2. The conversion of BBM to BBG is more economical and environmentally friendly.
3. LNG marketing for hospitality (one of them in the ITDC area, Nusa Dua) also helped make the Bali Green Province program launched by the Bali Provincial Government.
4. Becoming a breaker of natural gas access entry to Bali, Nusa Tenggara and surrounding islands.