This Figures Increase Fuel Consumption On Idul Fitri Holiday 1439 H
By : Hariyanto And Aldo Bella Putra | Sunday, June 24 2018 - 23:30 IWST
BBM, SPBU (Foto/Rizki Meirino)
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - The National Energy and Mineral Resources Sector (ESDM) post recorded an increase in fuel consumption in the period of May 31 to June 22, 2018, with the highest increase occurring in Premium fuel of 27.3%, Pertamax of 20, 8%, followed by Pertalite at 8.8%, and Avtur by 0.8%.
"During the period of Eid ul Fitr 1439 H period May 31 - June 22, 2018, there is an increase in the distribution of types of gasoline fuel, especially Premium, Pertamax and Pertalite," said Chairman of Energy and Mineral Resources Sector Fansurullah Asa in Jakarta (22/6/2018).
In that period, the highest realization of fuel distribution was Pertalite type 1,115,368 KL, followed by Premium of 768,285 KL and Pertamax / Acra 92 of 442,307 KL and diesel amounted to 847,711 KL. Peak realization of fuel gasoline type during homecoming flow occurs on H-3 Idulfitri (June 12, 2018).
Meanwhile, the fuel resilience condition is reported to be in normal condition for all types of fuel, with the following details: Premium (22 days), Solar / Akrasol (21 days), Pertalite (22 days), Kerosene (43 days), Pertamax / Akra 92 (21 days), Pertamax Turbo (34 days), Pertamina Dex (39 days), Dexlite (20 days) and Avtur (31 days).
Likewise with LPG stock conditions under normal conditions, with 19 days durability, as well as gas supply conditions (BBG) and gas networks (jargas) are also in safe condition.
To this day, the EMR Monitoring team is still monitoring the locations that are estimated to be the center of spike in demand, to ensure the availability of fuel and LPG supply safely to the level of suppliers and sub-dealers.
For the electricity subsector, the peak nighttime load period per June 21, 2018 is mostly under Normal conditions. Overall, the national supply capacity is 33,899.31 MW and the peak load is 30,439.92 MW so that the national reserve capacity is 3,459.40 MW.