PGN Pipeline Network Length reaches 7,481 Km

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Wednesday, September 12 2018 - 17:00 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - PT Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGN) during the first semester of 2018 was able to complete construction of more than 87 km of pipelines, bringing the total length of the pipeline to 7,481 kilometers.

PGN's Corporate Secretary, Rachmat Hutama in Jakarta, Monday (09/10/2018), after holding an Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders (RUPS-LB) said it had become an investment commitment from PGN.

Rachmat said, in line with the government's efforts to improve the national economy, PGN is optimistic that the company's performance will also improve. "Although economic conditions have slowed, PGN continues to develop natural gas infrastructure to expand the use of natural gas for the community," he said.

PGN will continue to aggressively build natural gas infrastructure to increase the utilization of national gas production.

During the first semester of 2018, PGN also successfully completed a number of projects in a timely manner such as the Muara Karang power plant gas distribution, development of a distribution pipeline network to the Karawang region, and installation of customer attachment gas infrastructure in all its working areas, as well as completing the construction of the Duri-Dumai distribution pipeline network. .

Companies with the PGAS stock code are also continuing the construction of a number of infrastructure projects. Among them are the Dumai transmission pipeline network, developing a distribution pipeline to the Banten region, as well as the installation of gas infrastructure to households in the Jakarta, Bogor, Bekasi, Palembang, Tangerang and Pasuruan areas.

"In the midst of many business challenges today, PGN remains committed to building and expanding national gas infrastructure," Rachmat said.

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