Indonesia’s Pertamina is offering three to four uncommitted LNG cargoes from its Bontang facility, according to Sampe L. Purba SKK Migas vice president of gas commercialisation.
Purba did add that in case of interest from the domestic buyers, priority will be given to them for domestic use, Reuters reports.
He went on to say that these are Indonesia’s only uncommitted cargoes for 2016 when the country is expected to consume 60 LNG cargoes.
According to Purba, around 80 percent of the volumes will be used in power generation.
In December last year, Salis S. Aprilian, President Director and CEO of Badak NGL, said that the Bontang plant is expected to produce 147 standard cargoes of LNG in 2016.
Badak NGL is Pertamina’s unit that operates the 22.5 mtpa LNG plant located in Bontang, East Kalimantan.
LNG World News Staff