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The main activity in the gas trading business sector is the sales of gas allocated for industry, household and other commercial sectors. From this gas business sector the Pertamina Gas received revenue in the form of sales margin. In developing the gas trading business, the Company also commissioned subsidiary: PT Pertagas Niaga as a company engaged in gas trading activities. This is done as the implementation of the Regulation of the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources No. 19 of 2009 on Natural Gas Activities through Pipelines, which regulates the separation of gas transportation and gas trading business. The realization of gas trading volume in 2016 reached 51,849 BBTU.
Some strategies have been undertaken by the Company during 2016, in the effort to develop the trading, including:
a. Mapping the potential development of gas trading market.
b. Entering into Gas Sale and Purchase Agreement (PJBG) with new customers.
c. Seeking new sources of gas derived from the Contract of Work Cooperation (KKKS) and synergy of subsidiaries of PT Pertamina (Persero) to meet gas demands and increasing the existing pipes capacity.
In engaging in the gas trading business the Pertamina Gas serves several types of customers:
Industrial customers including the power generation and manufacturing sectors, namely fertilizer, ceramic, metal, paper, wood, cement, food, textile and other manufacturing industries.
Commercial customers including the office centers, SPBG, MRU, CNG, shopping center and other commercial enterprises (traders).
It includes the residential neighborhoods spread across some cities in Indonesia.
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