The location of the New Capital City, Gas Needs in Kalimantan Up 92%

Head of BPH Migas M Fashurullah Asa said the demand or demand for natural gas on the island of Kalimantan as a prospective location of Indonesia’s new capital city is projected to rise to 92% from the current number of 675.21-696.40 million standard cubic feet per day (MMSCFD) to 1,214 MMSCFD. This makes the energy needs on Borneo must be prioritized so that future energy needs are fulfilled and beneficial to the surrounding community.
“There is a plan to relocate a capital city whose energy needs are met using natural gas, and also to support the development of an industrial area based on clean energy, then the potential demand in Kalimantan is estimated to increase by 92% from the current needs of 1.214 MMSCFD,” said Ifan. familiar at the Grand Mahkota Hotel Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Tuesday, (3/12/2019).
Therefore BPH Migas needs to regulate and focus on creating demand while for gas supply for the Trans Kalimantan Natural Gas .

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