Pertamina to build crude terminal in Kalimantan
Rangga D. Fadillah
The Jakarta Post
State-run oil and gas firm PT Pertamina announced over the weekend that it would start the process of constructing a US$450 million centralized crude terminal (CCT) in Lawe-Lawe, East Kalimantan.
The terminal will have a total storage capacity of 25 million barrels of oil or equal to a 25-day supply for the country’s refineries. In addition, to improve the country’s energy security, the...
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