ACCELERATION OF SMALL SCALE LNG SUPPLY CHAIN INFRASTRUCTURE FOR CENTRAL AND EAST REGION OF INDONESIA

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1 ACCELERATION OF SMALL SCALE LNG SUPPLY CHAIN INFRASTRUCTURE FOR CENTRAL AND EAST REGION OF INDONESIA 1

2 Electricity Condition of Central & East Indonesia The installed capacity of power plants owned by PLN and IPP spread across Central & Eastern Indonesia s.d is approximately 3,842 MW, with most plants are Diesel Diesel Power Plant has several weakness : 1. Small engine capacity 2. High operating cost (+/- USD 0.3/kWh) 3. High emission (MW) RUPTL PLN

3 Existing Power Plant Capacities in Indonesia Central Region Total Capacity (MW) Req. Additional Capacity (MW) Kalimantan Selatan Kaltim and Kaltara Sulawesi Utara Gorontalo Sulawesi Barat Sulawesi Selatan Sulawesi Tenggara Sulawesi Tengah NTB NTT (Source : RUPTL PLN ) 3

4 Natural Gas Production in Indonesia Production of Natural Gas in Indonesia Source = SKK Migas IPA Technical Division Presentation From 2002, energy in Indonesia is dominated by gas and this trend will continue in the future Production of natural gas in 2016 is approximately 1350 MBOEPD 4

5 Increasing of Domestic Natural Gas Demand Production of Natural Gas in Indonesia Source = SKK Migas IPA Technical Division Presentation Gas allocation policy prioritizes natural gas to supply domestic market The prioritized segments are oil lifting, fertilizer feedstock, power plant, and industry. However, there is limitation of natural gas infrastructure. 5

6 Limitation of Natural Gas Infrasructure LNG Receiving Terminal Location : Benoa, Bali Capacity : 50 MMSCFD LNG Facility in Indonesia Source = Indonesian Gas Association Presentation 6

7 PLN s Power Plant Development Plan 7

8 COMPANY OVERVIEW PT. Pelindo Energi Logistik (PT. PEL) is a subsidiary company of PT. Pelindo Marine Services, an affiliation of PT. Pelindo III, which engaged in provision of energy, electricity and logistic. PT.PEL have been collaborated with PT. Indonesia Power in LNG Receiving Terminal Project, for supplying gas to the Dual Fuel Engine Power Plant in Pesanggaran, Bali. PELINDO III To create an efficient energy supply chain in central and east region of Indonesia 8

9 VIRTUAL PIPELINE CONCEPT Existing route Bontang Benoa 9

10 EXAMPLE: LNG SUPPLY CHAIN AS POWER PLANT FUEL LNG Ship FSRU Gas Pipeline Power Plant LNG Ship Land Based LNG Terminal Power Plant Gas Pipeline 10

11 Gas Fuel Power Plant - Infrastructure LNG Terminal (LNG Supplier) LNG Carrier (LNG Shuttle Vessel) LNG Receiving Terminal Jetty LNG Unloading Facility LNG Storage (Land Base / Floating Storage) LNG Regasification Unit BOG Handling Unit Gas Metering Facility LNG Metering Facility Gas Piping System HSE System 11

12 Marine Virtual Pipeline 12

13 PT PEL EXISTING PROJECT 2017 SUPPLY FROM BONTANG SUPPLY FROM BONTANG Pipeline or Trucking 2016 SUPPLY TO LOMBOK LEMBAR MMSCFD MMSCFD 13

14 PROJECT BACKGROUND Best solution to 200MW gas-fired power plant at Benoa of Bali, Indonesia Gas-fired Power Plant Small scale LNG distribution in Indonesia FSU & FRU (Vs. Land LNG Plant) 200MW gas-fired power plant at Benoa of Bali (Ready!) Its commissioning operation takes place in December 2015 (preparation period is very limited ) Required gas volume for 200 MW is 40 mmscfd, equaling 40,800 mmbtu/day (1mmscf = 1,020 mmbtu) In consideration to an archipelagic state of Indonesia, small scale LNG distribution is a best way by using a small scale LNG carrier because, to cross an ocean, supercooling the gas into a liquid that can be loaded on to a ship is a more cost-effective way to move the molecules than natural gas moving by pipeline, which works just find on dry land or short distances underwater LNG is more preferable energy than coal because policy of the anti-pollution (Emission reduction), price competitiveness and technology development of the LNG infrastructure The residents tend to favor energy supply solutions that are situated far away from where they live. Around 50% lower capital costs in comparison to onshore terminal costs Simple permitting (Land LNG Plant is very limited for the permitting) Movable to a new location easily and strategically Scalable to expand the capacity by adding more vessel-based storage without additional regas-capacity Short term of the terminal construction Best solution to supply natural gas to 200MW gasfired power plant at Benoa of Bali a small scale LNG carrier for LNG transportation and FSU & FRU for LNG storage & Re-gasification

15 SOUTH TERMINAL JETTY, PORT OF BENOA Indonesia Power Gas Pipeline South Terminal 206 m Jetty South Terminal 15

16 Bali Project BALI Facility PROJECT Plan FACILITY PLAN Oct May 2016 (Period of built New FSU) FSU 2 nd Hand LNG Carrier FSU New Built

17 Bali Project - Facility BALI PROJECT FACILITY Small Scale LNG Carrier LNG Ship to Ship with Loading Arm, Flexible Hose Re-gasification Unit & LNG Feed Pump LNG Floating Regasification Unit (FRU) LNG Feed Pump Room LNG Buffer Tank LNG Floating Storage Unit (FSU) FRU FSU LNGC Steam Vaporizer type Capacity : 50 mmscfd Boiler : Dual Fuel Burner CCS : Membrane Mark-III Flex Capacity : 26k cbm Generator : Dual Fuel Engine CCS : Bi-Lobe (IMO-C Type) Capacity : 31k cbm Propulsion : Dual Fuel Engine

18 EXISTING LNG TERMINAL AT BENOA, BALI (using new-built storage unit) 18

19 FLOATING REGASIFICATION UNIT FOR BENOA LNG TERMINAL 19

20 FLOATING REGASIFICATION UNIT FOR BENOA LNG TERMINAL 20

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22 THANK YOU 22