Nyepi Day, Pertamina Ensures BBM in Bali Stable

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Saturday, March 17 2018 - 16:00 IWST

INDUSTRY.co.id - Denpasar - Pertamina Limited Company (Persero) ensures the supply of LPG and fuel oil for the consumption of vehicles and aircraft in Bali is stable during Hari Raya Nyepi because it has maximized the distribution of stock to agents and filling stations.

"The allocation of BBM and LPG during Nyepi is no increase and we predict it will be like normal consumption," said Regional Marketing Manager of Pertamina Marketing East Java, Bali and Nusa Tenggara Rifky Rahman Yusuf contacted from Denpasar, Friday (16/3/2018).

According to Rifky, the normal consumption of BBM in the Island of the Gods in the range of 2700 kiloliters per day and predicted consumption welcomed Nyepi year did not increase.

He specifies the daily normal consumption of fuel products for a premium of around 500 kiloliters, 1,200 kiloliters of pertalite, pertamax 800 kiloliters, pertamax turbo 5 kiloliters, 100 kiloliters diesel, dexlite 80 kiloliters and dexlite dex about 20 kiloliters.

Pertamina predicts the consumption of LPG at the time of Hindus to welcome the New Year Caka 1940 is like normal daily consumption usually with an average of three kilograms of 650 metric tons per day, while the distribution of nonsubsidized LPG is 5.5 kg bright gas and 12 kg of LPG in Bali is predicted to be in normal condition with an average consumption of 30 metric tons per day.

The three LPG sizes, he added, can be reached in 73 agents and 2,400 bases across Bali.

In the event of a spike, three kilograms of LPG and 12 kg are also supplied at 100 public refueling stations or gas stations.

Aircraft fuel consumption or aviation fuel is predicted to be normal with an average of 2,300 kiloliters per day and is predicted not to increase on the eve of Nyepi Day. "We are preparing the fleet to seven airplanes and 12` hydrant dispensers`," he added. (Ant)

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