Indonesia spends $99m to power port

The Indonesian government is committed to spend $99 million on a 50MW gas-fired plant to power the new Teluk Lamong Multipurpose Terminal at the port of Tanjung Perak in the city of Surabaya. The EPC contractor PT Rekayasa Industri will realise the project on behalf of the state-owned port operator, PT Pelindo III.

Driven by two 25MW gas turbines, the plant will supply electricity for the Teluk Lamong Multipurpose Terminal, built last year to handle overflow congestion at Tanjung Perak Port, due to begin operations in April 2014. The port operator said it chose to build a gas-fired power plant to have a more “eco-friendly terminal”.

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Posted July 26, 2013 by repit in News

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