Pertamina, Sojitz Join Forces to Build 250MW Power Plant in Medan

Indonesian state energy company Pertamina has signed on with Japanese trading group Sojitz and North Sumatra local government firm Pembangunan Prasarana Sumatera Utara to build a $250 million gas-fired power plant in Medan by 2019.

“North Sumatra needs an additional 700 to 800 megawatts of capacity to avoid rolling blackouts,” said Djohardi Angga Kusumah, senior vice president for gas and  power at Pertamina.

The planned Medan plant will have an output of 250 MW.

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Posted October 20, 2015 by repit in News

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