Jakarta: State energy giant Pertamina is planning to build a domestic shipping network of LPG ships and terminals. A series of 10,000 ton LPG carriers will be built in the coming years, executives told local paper, the Jakarta Globe.
On top of that Pertamina will spend $250m to construct a floating liquefied petroleum gas refrigerated terminal near its Tanjung Sekong facility in Merak, Banten. The 80,000 ton facility should be ready by 2014.
â€¨â€¨â€¨â€¨Pertamina also plans to build an onshore LPG refrigerated terminal in Situbondo, East Java, and a floating storage LPG facility in Semangka Bay off Lampung province. [21/09/12]