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Indonesia Power Report

Indonesia Power Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Indonesia Power Report
Published Sep 10, 2016
58 pages — Published Sep 10, 2016
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Indonesia continues to develop natural gas transport infrastructure. In May ---- Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) and Perusahaan Daerah Pertambangan Dan Energi (PDPDE) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to build two gas pipelines (a ---km pipeline in South Sumatra and an ---km pipeline in Bali) for USD---mn. ...Indonesia continues to develop natural gas transport infrastructure. In May ---- Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) and Perusahaan Daerah Pertambangan Dan Energi (PDPDE) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to build two gas pipelines (a ---km pipeline in South Sumatra and an ---km pipeline in Bali) for USD---mn. ...Construction of the power station was previously scheduled to start in ----, but has been repeatedly delayed due to land issues. Based on the current project pipeline, we are maintaining our forecast for just under - growth in total thermal generation in ---- to reach ---.--TWh, with slightly stronger growth expected over the remainder of the forecast period to reach ---.--TWh in ----.

...BMI View: Electricity demand is growing rapidly in Indonesia as the country s economy expands and diversifies and the national grid is extended to reach many of the more remote islands and communities. The government has set ambitious targets to rapidly expand domestic electricity capacity and generation over the next five to ten years and has enacted a number of measures to encourage private foreign investment in the power sector. Despite a significant project pipeline which encompasses coal and natural- gas fired thermal plants. and a broad range of renewables we do not expect the country to meet its targets in the current format, falling short as projects are hampered by inefficient management, widespread corruption, lack of financing and lack acquisition barriers. Despite a significant project pipeline which encompasses coal and natural- gas fired thermal plants. ...and a broad range of renewables we do not expect the country to meet its targets in the current format, falling short as projects are hampered by inefficient management, widespread corruption, lack of financing and lack acquisition barriers.

...Total electricity generation in Indonesia is forecast to grow by -.- in ---- to ---.-TWh. Of this amount, thermal power accounts for around --.-- , or ---.-TWh. ...Of this amount, thermal power accounts for around --.-- , or ---.-TWh. This reflects growth of just under - compared to ---- which is based primarily on the number of power plants under development through the Fast Track Programme - and - (FTP - and FTP -) and the government s --,---MW development programme. While there has been some progress, such as the completion of the ---MW gas-fired power plant in the country s province of Gorontalo in February ----, many other projects have been subject to extensive delays. ...

  
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