Indonesia pipeline tenders due in 2018
The Chairman of Indonesia’s downstream oil and gas regulator, BPH Migas, has revealed to industry media that the country will be tendering, in 2018, for three pipelines to be constructed in the country.
Muhammad Fanshurullah Asa said the pipelines will transport gas from the Natuna area to the island of Borneo. Natuna is home to several gas-producing fields.
The pipeliens will run from Natuna to West Kalimantan, worth around $550m, West Kalimantan to Central Kalimantan, worth around $516m, and Central Kalimantan to South Kalimantan, worth $97m.
For more information visit www.bphmigas.go.id
11th Jan 2018