Aggregator seen as crucial to lower gas price
Viriya P. Singgih
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM A prolonged delay in the formulation of domestic gas aggregation has been a major bottleneck in the current administration’s goal to provide affordable, industrial gas nationwide.Indonesia, a gas-rich country, is struggling to lower its domestic gas price, which still stands at US$9 per million British thermal units (mmbtu) — more than double than that of some Southeast Asian neighbors, like S...
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