JAKARTA (IFT) - PT Duta Energasindo Bosowa, a consortium formed by PT Bosowa Investama and PT Duta Firza, is developing a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) receiving terminal on a 12-hectare area in Tamalanrea, Makassar, South Sulawesi. Firlie Ganinduto, CEO of Ambassador Firza, said that construction of the 10 thousand metric tons receiving terminal is to support the program of conversing of kerosene to LPG in the region.
According to Firlie, the terminal construction requires US$ 70 million. Sixty-five percent of the project fund is sourced from loans given by PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia Tbk (BBRI) with an eight year tenor. "The rest is sourced from both companies’ equity, 30 percent from Duta Firza and 70 percent from Bosowa," he told IFT, Monday.
PT Garuda Indonesia Tbk (GIAA)
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PT PLN (Persero)
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PT Cita Mineral Investindo Tbk (CITA)
The listed bauxite producer many have to stop producing this year, following the banning of raw mineral export on January 12, 2014. An official of the company expressed his pessimism that the company could be able to produce this year. The company, through the consortium of PT Well Harvest Winning Alumina Refinery, started the construction of an alumina smelter on July of 2013, with investment value of US$ 1 billion in Kendawangan, West Kalimantan. The smelter’s development is expected to be completed in 2015.