Natural gas, coal and renewables will become the most important energy sources for power generation, as Indonesia is trying to reduce the consumption of oil. As a leading EPC company in Indonesia, we are now contributing to the development of gas infrastructure, gas-fired power plants, coal-fired power plants, geothermal power plants and waste-to-energy (WTE) power plants.
In order to provide electricity, gas-fired power plants require a proper supply chain system of natural gas. For that reason, gas infrastructure plays a vital role in the distribution system. To answer this challenge, we provide EPC services for LNG/LPG storage and regasification unit as well as the power plant itself, either for land, floating or the combination of both. Currently, we have an ongoing project with Indonesia’s National Electricity Company (PLN): the 25 MW Nias Mobile Power Plant in North Sumatra, which is estimated to be completed in July 2018.
The facility will utilize gas turbine or gas engine combined with fuel oil for power generation. Additionally, we also have a reputable track record for power plants as part of upstream oil and gas facilities, such as in Mobil Cepu Ltd. (91 MW combined-cycle), JOB Pertamina-Medco E&P Tomori (16.5 MW gas-fired), PT. Perta Samtan Gas (2.25 MW gas-fired), JOB Pertamina-Talisman Jambi Merang (11.34 MW gas-fired) and Hess (Indonesia-Pangkah) Ltd. (6 MW gas-fired).
The other vital player for Indonesia’s power generation plan is coal, an abundant and cheap energy source. We provide services for clean processing of coal-fired power plants. Our previous experience was in the investment for Cirebon Electric Power’s 660 MW coal-fired steam power plant in 2007-2012, where it uses supercritical technology. The boiler is tangentially fired and it utilizes LO-NOx Burners to significantly reduce NOx emissions to a lower level than the threshold set by the government of Indonesia.
The last but not the least, as a country located in the “Ring of Fire” and a country with high biodiversity, geothermal and WTE are promising sources of renewable electricity. In order to maximize the utilization of renewable energy in Indonesia, we are ready to provide EPC services for geothermal, biomass, biogas and municipal solid waste power plants. Our first record in renewables started with the Feasibility Study for Gunung Salak Power Plant back in 1987 as one of the first-generation geothermal in Indonesia. Our next milestone was in 2009-2013 when we were awarded the General Procurement and Construction Contract for Chevron Salak and Darajat Geothermal Facilities.
With a strong core in Engineering and Project Management as well as the aforementioned experience in process-based power plants, we provide the best solutions to our clients – the Independent Power Producers. Together with our clients, we are moving forward to take the challenge for a sustainable power generation in Indonesia.