PGN Build Natural Gas Infrastructure
JAKARTA - Strong commitment PT Perusahaan Gas Negara (Persero) Tbk (PGN) to expand the use of natural gas is indicated by building natural gas infrastructure in various areas. Described by Vice President Corporate Communications PGN Andri Irwan Atmanto, PGN expands natural gas distribution networks ranging from Batam to East Java with a total pipe length of 195 Kilometers.
"PGN continues to prove its commitment to expand the use of natural gas by building natural gas infrastructure in various areas," said Irwan, as reported from metrotvnews.com, Thursday (11/24/2016).
In his explanation, PGN has built a pipeline of Batam in the Riau Islands along 27 km, Muara Karang-Muara Bekasi along the 42 km, the development of natural gas distribution in West Java along 43 km, Sidoarjo along 32 km, Surabaya 23 km, Pasuruan two km, and expansion PGN sayang ibu program.
"The infrastructure of this year has been partially operational, the rest will be completed by the end of this year or 2017," said Irwan.
Irwan added, as a state-owned enterprises of gas which is one of the agents of national development, PGN will more aggressively develop gas infrastructure nationwide in various areas, such as the development of gas distribution in Semarang, Dumai, Pekanbaru, development of transmission pipeline WNTS Pemping, up to the development of gas distribution in West Java and Central Java.