LNG for West Java

BP Indonesia is planning to build a new terminal for liquefied natural gas (LNG) in West Java starting next year to tap increasing demand from the region. BP Indonesia said the new terminal, which is expected to start operation in 2007, would cost around USD 380 million. The terminal and its pipelines will channel LNG from BP’s Tangguh gas field in the easternmost province of Papua. Yudha said the western part of Java island would need additional LNG of 460 million British thermal units (MmBTu) by 2004, which will grow further to 760 mmBtu by the year 2007.

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