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About PGN

STRATEGY

With demand for natural gas continuing to rise and existing sources unable to keep up, PGN is seeking strategic solutions to ensure security of supply for its customers, and to prevent gas shortages in a number of regions.

PGN is currently looking for new gas supplies, primarily from locations close to existing infrastructure, as well as trying to obtain more allocation from the gas earmarked for domestic market usage.

Other options include the potential utilization of non-conventional sources such as Coal Bed Methane, and infrastructure development to expand existing distribution and transmission capacity, as well as to accommodate possible inter-mode gas transportation such as CNG and LNG.

Already underway  is the construction of LNG Receiving Terminals using LNG Floating Storage and Re-gasification Terminal technology, in partnership with PT Pertamina (Persero), in West Java and Medan.

The LNG received through these terminals, will be regasified and distributed to power companies and industrial customers in fast growing areas. In the future, additional receiving terminals, spread farther afield, might play a role in bridging the gap between natural gas supplies and customers keen to develop their business or industrial area.

The challenge is clear, and PGN will meet it.

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