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Risco DPS Complete its First Year of LNG Operations and to Develop More Efficient Gas Infrastructure for The Country of Indonesia | Abstract
Journal of Coastal Zone Management

Journal of Coastal Zone Management
Open Access

ISSN: 2473-3350

Abstract

Risco DPS Complete its First Year of LNG Operations and to Develop More Efficient Gas Infrastructure for The Country of Indonesia

Aditya Pratama, Energy

Risco DPS is developing more efficient gas infrastructure for the country of Indonesia. On July 31, 2019, PT. DPS Energi Sukses Pratama (DPS ESP), a Risco Energy Company together with DPS, achieved its 1 year of excellent operation with a series of achievements. DPS ESP operates and controls the LNG transportation, LNG storage and regasification facility in Sambera, East Kalimantan, for delivery of gas for PLN Power. DPS ESP noted in a brief statement that the Sambera operation has achieved 100,000 Safe Manhours without any lost time injury, No LNG spill incident during operations, 3,000 LNG ISO Tanks transported, and also 1,000,000 MMBTU re-gasified and delivered to PLN Power.

Through many challenges during the first year of operations, the risks are well managed. Health, safety, environment & production aspect can be maintained and aligned to the current KPI of the company. This achievement is used as our reference in the next KPI for the following years with the spirit of improvement. In the future, DPS ESP keep committed to contribute the mid-stream LNG business for supporting the business in Indonesia become more efficient and using clean energy.

Together with Pertagas Niaga (PTGN) and PLN, The first year of successful operation marks a major shift in the way PLN is transforming its power program for the future. According to Mr. Ikram, PT PLN (Persero) General Manager KITLUR East Kalimantan, Since May 2018, PLN UIKL Kalimantan has been operating the Sambera PLTG (2x18 MW) with LNG supplied from PT Badak NGL through cooperation with PTGN and DPS ESP. This is one step ahead to save the National Income and it needs to be developed in the future, especially on scattered areas across the Indonesia archipelago. DPS ESP in the future is committed to contributing the mid-stream LNG infrastructure business to support the Indonesia market for PLN and also other industrial users. Mrs. Linda Sunarti, PTGN President Director, states “LNG utilization if growing to meet domestic demand and this is the first LNG trucking operations for fulfilling power plant needs. This model is expected to be a role model for similar power plants operations in Indonesia”.

Published Date: 2020-11-27;

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