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WIKA SETS ASIDE RP18.1 TRILLION FOR CAPEX

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WIKA will boost the use of capex in the second semester of 2019, along with many projects offered to the company.

Greatindonesia.co.id, Jakarta – State-run construction firm PT Wijaya Karya (Persero) Tbk (WIKA) has set aside Rp18.1 trillion for capital expenditures (capex) this year. “The use of capex is still less than 10 percent of the total of Rp18 trillion,” WIKA Corporate Secretary Mahendra Vijaya said in Jakarta Wednesday (7/8/2019),

The use of capex is yet to be maximized due to the company’s relatively low needs, he said.

“We still use much the company’s operational funds,” he said.

WIKA will boost the use of capex in the second semester of 2019, along with many projects offered to the company, he said.

Moreover, many of the projects were obtained at the end of 2018 and that their designs are still being processed, he said.

WIKA was optimistic that it could achieve the target of clinching new contracts worth Rp61 trillion this year.

By the end of the first semester of 2019, WIKA inked new contracts worth Rp15.2 trillion, most of which come from other state-owned companies.

Nearly 39.27 percent of the new contracts deal with infrastructure, 39 percent with energy and industrial plant, 17.60 percent with industry and 4.12 percent with property.

WIKA is eyeing some construction projects in Africa, with contract value totaling more than Rp2 trillion.

“Projects are still underway in some countries, including Senegal, Rwanda, Ivory Coast, Madagascar, and Algeria. The potential contract value totals over Rp20 trillion,” Mahendra Vijaya said recently.

The projects include the construction of road, ports, apartment, and central bank’s building.

However, the company will conduct an in-depth evaluation, including their financial capability and potential benefit of the projects, before it takes the offer, he affirmed. (ran)

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PRODICTION NOT AFFECTED BY BALIKPAPAN REFINERY FIRE : PERTAMINA

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The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry's acting Director General for Oil and Natural Gas, Djoko Suswanto. [21:35, 8/16/2019] Ka Resna:

Greatindonesia.co.id, Jakarta – State oil and gas company PT Pertamina is operating normally despite a fire at its Refinery Unit V (RU V) in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan Province, on Thursday morning.

“It was a minor fire, so it did not affect Pertamina’s production,” Djoko Suswanto, the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry’s acting Director General for Oil and Natural Gas, said here on Thursday.

He said Pertamina had managed to control the fire that had engulfed one of the pipes at RU V, and that he had asked the company to investigate its cause.

Earlier, Pertamina spokesperson Heppy Wulansari had said the fire was localized and its main line was extinguished, but the cause of the accident would be known after the internal investigators finish their work.

Sparks were first detected around 9.30 a.m. local time, and Pertamina firefighters managed to handle the accident, she added.

There were no fatalities in the accident, Pertamina’s Vice President of Corporate Communications, Fajriyah Usman, told journalists here on Thursday (15/8/2019). (asn)

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PLN TESTS SEVERAL CPO-FUELED GENERATORS

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The result showed that the combustion with CPO was not as good as compared to the use of 20 percent biodiesel blend or B20.

Greatindonesia.co.id, Jakarta – The State electricity company, PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) has conducted tests using 100 percent crude palm oil (CPO) blend on several generators.

“We have conducted the tryout of the use of CPO blend on generators MAK#1 and MAK#2,” PT PLN Business Director for Kalimantan Region Machnizon Masri said at the Jakarta Convention Center Wednesday (14/8/2019).

The result showed that the combustion with CPO was not as good as compared to the use of 20 percent biodiesel blend or B20. In addition, the CPO-fueled generators also ran short of CPO supplies.

The tryout was conducted on diesel oil-fueled generators (PLTD) Kanan in Bontang, East Kalimantan province. PLN is currently preparing 167 tons of CPO for the running test of the CPO-fueled generators.

The use of vegetable fuel (BBN) and processed palm oil could save oil import budgets of up to US$500 million per year, Budi Santoso Syari, Processing Director of state oil and gas company PT Pertamina, said.

“Palm can produce 8.7 million tons of oil per year. The production from palm oil will be able to reduce the use of (fossil) fuel oil by up to 160 thousand barrels per day,” he said.

The 160 thousand barrels of oil per day is equal to $500 million, he added.

The area of oil palm plantations in the country has currently reached 14.3 million hectares. (asn)

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ANGKASA PURA INVESTS RP658 BILLION TO EXPAND JUANDA

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With the expansion of terminal 1, the airport can increase its capacity to 13.6 million passengers from 6 million passengers per year.

Greatindonesia.co.id, Sidoarjo, E Java – State airport operator, PT Angkasa Pura I, plans to invest Rp685 billion to finance the expansion of terminal 1 of the Juanda Surabaya Airport in East Java.

The expansion of the eastern side of terminal 1 is necessary to ensure the convenience of passengers, General Manager of Juanda Surabaya Airport, Heru Prasetyo, said in Sidoarjo, East Java, on Wednesday (14/8/2019).

“We apologize to passengers using the transportation services at Juanda Airport for the inconvenience caused while the construction work is underway,” he said.

With the expansion of terminal 1, the airport can increase its capacity to 13.6 million passengers from 6 million passengers per year.

“The expansion of terminal 1 and (the improvement of) the interior design and supporting facilities have started and will be completed in 14 months,” he said.

He said he would also ensure the orderly movement of passengers descending and boarding the plane.

“At this moment, passengers who are going to board the plane, do so from terminal 1 A and 1 B. In the future, they will be at terminal 1 A, and terminal 1 B will be only for passengers descending the plane,” he said.

Angkasa Pura 1 has named state-owned construction company, PT Waskita, as the winner of the project.

“We will work round the clock so the expansion project is completed soon,” he said.

The project also includes the expansion of the airport’s parking areas. (dra)

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