Pertamina Optimistic BBM One Price Program Reaches Target at End of Year 2017

By : Hariyanto And Aldo Bella Putra | Thursday, December 14 2017 - 19:30 IWST

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Pertamina (Foto: Ist) - Jakarta - PT Pertamina (Persero) is optimistic that the implementation of BBM Satu Price program this year will reach the target, although until mid-December there are 16 locations out of target of 54 unrealized locations.

Pertamina Marketing Director Muchamad Iskandar said the 16 locations will be built by the Solar Oil Distribution Agent (APMS). APMS is actually physically ready to leave only legal affairs.

"It's ready to stay tera meteorology, this legal factor. Target December 27, 2017, 54 points have been in operation," said Iskandar in Jakarta, Wednesday (13/12/2017).

Iskandar added that most of the unopened locations of APMS are located in eastern Indonesia, such as Papua and Kalimantan.

He affirmed the cost of fuel distribution one price to 54 points location of fuel one price already set will be borne by Pertamina.

The government commissioned Pertamina to run the fuel price program by building various distribution facilities in 150 dots until 2019.

Meanwhile, President Director of Pertamina Elia Massa Manik said that every year the fuel cost of one price is projected at Rp 1 trillion up to three years until the APMS builds in 150 locations. "When operating full later it means there are operational costs borne by Pertamina Rp 3 trillion per year," said Massa.

Until now, BBM one price has reached 38 points of location, the latest is the official operation of gas stations Kompak 26.38301 in Enggano District: North Bengkulu District, Bengkulu: 16.253.121 compact gas station is in North Sipora District, Mentawai Islands District, West Sumatra: Gas stations Mini 65.77303 in District Biduk Biduk, Berau District, Province, North Kalimantan, and gas stations 54.85709 in District Atambua, Kab. Belu, East Nusa Tenggara Province. (de)

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