インドネシアと中国とのエネルギー協力 ―35GWプログラムにおいて、IPPで36%、EPCで3%の投資をー (November 13, 2017)

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MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES

     REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

                     PRESS CONFERENCE

      NUMBER: 00148.Pers / 04 / SJI / 2017

              Date: November 13, 2017

 

The 5th Indonesia-China Energy Forum (ICEF), Indonesia's Mutually Beneficial Bilateral Forum - RRT

Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources (EMR) Ignasius Jonan and Deputy Minister of EMR Arcandra Tahar today (13/11) held a Bilateral Meeting with Administration of National Energy Administration (NEA) of the People's Republic of China (RRT), Nur Bekri on "The 5th Indonesia- China Energy Forum (ICEF V) at JW Marriot Hotel, Jakarta.

 

After the bilateral meeting, signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Ministry of ESDM and National Energy Administration RRT Concerning Energy Cooperation. This MoU will be an umbrella of cooperation between the two countries.

 

Minister Jonan expressed his appreciation for the cooperation that has been built on the basis of mutual benefit between Indonesia and China, especially the development of electricity infrastructure in Indonesia.

 

"I believe through this cooperation, each country will be mutually beneficial, thanks to Chinese companies that have invested in electricity sector, especially the development of Java 7 Steam Power Plant  (PLTU) which is the tariff very competitive," said Minister Jonan.

 

The 5th ICEF has been successfully restarted after 2010 is the last ICEF was held in Nanning, China. ICEF has always been a useful bilateral forum for the energy sector of both countries. ICEF is also a platform to start a concrete collaboration between State Owned Enterprise (BUMN) and companies of both countries. Through this forum, expected to be a driver for both parties to continue and improve energy cooperation in the future.

 

Minister Jonan stressed that the Government of Indonesia is currently focusing on achieving the energy mix target of 23% by 2025. In addition, Minister Jonan also expressed the government's seriousness in developing energy infrastructure that prioritizes environmental issues. "We are also aware that the world is changing, especially about environmental issues and also the government welcomes if there are studies in the field of renewable energy as well as China investment in the field of electricity in the field of renewable energy. Frankly the past year I have not seen a great activity in the renewable energy field in Indonesia, mostly from European countries, US and Japan, "said Minister Jonan.

In addition to the government's focus on the cooperation of renewable energy development, Minister Jonan also expressed his hopes for the Chinese company engaged in the field of Oil and Gas and Minerba(Mineral and  Coal ) to more actively invest in Indonesia.

 

"Also in the field of refineries or oil refineries, we also support good cooperation," said Minister Jonan. "At this time a Chinese company is discussing a joint venture with Pertamina to discuss the grass root refinery in Bontang.

 

Responding to the Government of Indonesia's appreciation of the cooperation between Indonesia and China, the Administrator of National Energy Administration (NEA) of PRC, Nur Bekri expressed his great appreciation towards the implementation of this Energy Forum. He explained that the forum was successfully restored after being postponed for seven years since 2010. "In June I met with Minister Jonan and discussed the Chinese-Indonesian energy forum that has been suspended for seven years, opened again today," he said.

 

Nur Bekri also revealed that China's cooperation with Indonesia that has been established so far is mutually beneficial to both parties. The Tiongkok government expressed its willingness to foster cooperation relations with Indonesia in the future. "Investment not only fills the infrastructure in Indonesia but also creates a lot of jobs. Export of Indonesia's mineral resources to China has provided support to the Chinese market as well as Chinese investment in Indonesia also contribute in Indonesia. , "said Nur Bekri.

 

Here is the investment of China's energy sector in Indonesia:

1. Oil and Gas Field:

a. SINOPEC

b. Petrochina

c. CNOOC

d. CITIC

 

2. Field of Electricity:

a. Investment of Electricity of RRT Company in Project 35 GW. RRT invested in electricity project of 35 GW, in 2 schemes: EPC (Enginering, Procurement, and Construction) of 3% and IPP (Independent Power Producer) 36% of the total.

b. Investment of Electricity Company of RRT (non project 35 GW).

RRT also actively participated in several projects outside the 35 GW Project, such as: Banten I PLTU (Steam Power Plant), Banten II Power Plant, Banten III Power Plant, PLTU I West Java, PLTU II West Java, PLTU I Central Java and several other large power plants in the region Indonesia. Steam Power Plant

 

3. Downstream Field of Minerba (Mineral and Coal)

a. Alumunium Corporation of China Ltd. (Chinalco) together with PT Aneka Tambang Tbk and PT Inalum to build Smelter Grade Alumina in Mempawah District (SGA Mempawah), West Kalimantan. The planned Smelter has a capacity of one million tons per year is estimated to cost an investment of US $ 1.5-1.8 billion.

b. Antam and Inalum will form a joint venture or JV with Chinalco. The JV will operate the smelter, with the Indonesian side holding a majority stake, at least 51%. PT Antam has proven reserves of bauxite (aluminum raw material) of 100 million tons plus potential in the concession area of ​​approximately 200 million tons. Indonesia's bauxite reserves are the world's 8th largest while its export value is second largest.

c. The production capacity of PT Inalum is 260 thousand tons per year, while the national demand reaches 800 thousand tons. The growth of aluminum consumption reaches 8% per year. The SGA Mempawah project is targeted to be completed in the third quarter of 2019.

 

4. New Renewable Energy Field

Investment in the field of geothermal namely PT KS ORKA formed from Chinese companies are Kaisan (90%) and ORKA (10%) from Iceland.

a. Managing Geothermal Working Area (WKP) Sorik Marapi Capacity 240 MW, in Mandailing Natal Regency, North Sumatera Province, has completed the exploration of 11 drill holes.

b. Managing WKP Sokoria capacity of 30 MW in Ende District, East Nusa Tenggara Province, which has completed 1 drill hole.

c. The total investment of both WKP from upstream to downstream of 1,080 million USD or Rp. 14 trillion.

 

 

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