Divya Karyza (The Jakarta Post)
Mon, September 26, 2022
Indonesia has some 10,000 potential sources of liquefied natural gas (LNG) scattered across the country, many of them quite small. However, the country’s gas infrastructure has a ways to go before it can take advantage of more modestly sized reserves. Penta Gas Sistems president director Pedro Nemalceff spoke to The Jakarta Post’s Divya Karyza about the country’s LNG distribution infrastructure problems and the firm’s plans in the sector.
Question: How would you describe the current situation with regard to LNG distribution infrastructure development in Indonesia?
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