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1CNG/NGV Asia Pacific Forum 2nd AnnualCNG/NGV Asia Pacific ForumThe re-emerging of Indonesia’s CNG/NGV industryPresented by:Robbi R Sukardi APCNGI member and PT. Petross Gas director
2CONTENTS :The Past Story of Indonesia’s CNG-NGV industryCurrent DevelopmentsDKI Provincial Government Busway CNG Pilot ProjectThe Confronted Challenges and Success Factors for Indonesia’s Successful CNG/NGV industry future developments
3The Past Story of Indonesia’s CNG-NGV industry (1986 – 2005 )
4MAJOR FACTS OCCURRENCE IN THE NGV INDUSTRY YearMAJOR FACTS OCCURRENCE IN THE NGV INDUSTRYThe Indonesia’s Government started the Energy Diversification and Conservation Program with promoting CNG as an alternative fuel and to endorse the Blue Sky ProgramCNG as an alternative fuel for the transportation sector started to be commercialized by Indonesia’s state owned government company, Pertamina.PERTAMINA, under the Indonesia's Government Regulation (UU no. 8/1971), is the state own company obligated to provide and distribute the supply of the national oil and gas consumption.During the first start of this pilot project, about 300 taxi were converted to NGV.Under the Ministry of Transportation decree no. 84 year 1993 elaborates on the use of CNG for public transportation particularly for taxis within the DKI Jakarta areas.During this early stage, market growth and acceptance of NGV for CNG as an alternative fuel was slow due to the minimum deviation between CNG fuel price and the subsidized petrol fuel price.CNG sale only represent less than 1% from the total consumption of oil fuel during this period.Due to low volume of sales, many of the CNG station experience financial problems and even some had to close out their CNG pump station.1998On 18 May 1998, under the President Director of Pertamina decree letter No. 038/C0000/98-S3 set their new CNG retail price at Rp. 450/ple (petrol litre equivalent)20002001Number of NGV had reach its highest number recorded with 6,600 vehicles nationwide in year 2000.Number of NGV dropped to estimated 4,700 vehicles in 2001 partly due to the high cost of the converter kits parts as well as the limiited number of CNG stations remain operational.The number of CNG Station remain maximum operational in Jakarta was less than 10 stations.The deregulation of the Oil & Gas industry with the new UU Migas 2001 was established.2002200422 November 2004, Pertamina set the new CNG sale price at their pump station at Rp. 1,550 /pleThe number of NGV dropped to the lowest to a low 600 vehicles in 2006.WHAT HAPPEN ?Slow development, in fact, can be said that not much had happen over the past 2 (two) decades for Indonesia’s NGV industry.
7YEAR 2004 – YEAR 2005The domestic oil production had shown a decline over the years (est. 1 million barrel per day)Indonesia barely becoming a net oil importer country rather than an oil exporter country (national consumption at estimated 1,1 million barrel per day)Continuous increase in the number of vehicles (on average 7% - 8% yearly);The Indonesia’s Government reduced the subsidize budget for the nation’s petrol fuel (2005);Increase of pollutant level from vehicle emission particularly in DKI Jakarta (third most pollutant city in world);World’s oil price had shown increase and by mid year of 2008 the world’s oil price reached its highest point ever;The Indonesia’s Government responded to this situation through endorsing alternative energy like bio-fuel and also increase CNG fuel for the transportation sector
8YEAR 2005 – Government Policy & Regulation Events affecting the CNG Industry Republic Indonesia’s Presidential Instruction (In. Pres.) Decree no. 10 year 2005 regarding national energy conservation and saving enactment.Indonesia’s Ministry Mines & Energy Policy (Kep. Men.) no Year 2005 regarding the implementation procedural in national energy saving, in which in point 5 clause 2 of the decree specifically states on the endorsing CNG for the public transportation sector.DKI Provincial Governor Instruction (Kep. Gub.) decree no. 77 year 2005 pertaining to the energy saving program in the DKI Jakarta Provincial area.DKI Provincial Government (Per.Da) decree no. 2 year 2005 regarding the monitoring of air pollution in which article 20 mandates on the use of CNG on all public transportation and Government use transportation.
9YEAR 2005 – Commercial Events affecting the CNG Industry The upstream gas producer increased natural gas price from previously average at $2.2/MMBTU to around $5.00/MMBTU.High cost of maintenance and limited NGV vehicles (estimated less than units in Jakarta remain operational) had cause many of the existing CNG station to incurred significant operational loss.In June, subsidy for the nation’s petrol fuel was reduced significantly causing more than 100% increase in premium fuel and diesel fuel sale price in the market.DKI provincial government mandate that all new buses for the plan’s 15 corridors of the Mass Rapid Transportation-Busway system to use dedicated gas engine fuel system.Pertamina announce to allocate next year budget to revitalized the existing Pertamina’s station in DKI Jakarta area.
10YEAR 2006 – Government Policy & Regulation Events affecting the CNG Industry Based on the Indonesia’s President (In. Pres.) decree no. 5 year 2006 and through the Department of Mines & Energy, the National Energy Blue Print for was established in which partly signifies government enforcement to use alternative fuel other than petrol fuel for the nation’s fuel consumption.The DKI government mandates that all 3 (three) wheel Bajaj vehicles will be replaced with the new environmental friendly CNG Bajaj.YEAR 2006 – Commercial Events affecting the CNG IndustryOn February 1st, Pertamina increased its CNG sale at all Pertamina’s pump station from previously Rp /ple to to Rp /ple, in which said considered as their economical price.On March 2nd, the Department of Transportation launched a public relation program to promote the usage of CNG fuel for transportation in Pertamina’s CNG Station in Margonda, Depok.On May 20th Indonesia’s President, Mr. Susilo Bambang Yudoyono, open a ceremony to promote and induce the use of NGV in Petross CNG fueling Station, which was DKI’s first dedicated CNG station for the busway program.The Department of Transportation announced that they had allocated a budget to provide up to 4,000 converter kits to be distributed for the public transportation.Pertamina’s director issued a directive letter no. 023/C00000/2006-S3 dated 31 July 2006 directing that the new sale price of CNG at Pertamina’s station to be Rp /ple.
1120 MAY 200620 May 2006 – Jl. Perintis Kemerdekaan Petross & Transbatavia pool busIndonesia’s President, Mr. Susilo Bambang Yudoyono, open the “Initiation Ceremony to Promote and Support the use of CNG Fuel for Vehicles””Let us together, with full support from the Governor, to accelerate the development of new CNG station infrastructure. This is needed to minimize the filling time then previously done before..... the government supports this CNG program and shall encourage natural gas price reduction, distribute free conversion kit, and reduction in electrical cost from PLN by ways of changing the tariff category for CNG pump station. In addition, we shall push for lower import tariffs and taxes for CNG applications, and reduction in toll fee of natural gas from PGN.” (Presidential speach script)
12Year 2007 to Present – Government Policy & Regulation Events affecting the CNG Industry DKI Provincial Government Decree no. 141 year 2007 regarding the mandate to use CNG for all public transportation and DKI’s Provincial Government vehicles.Year 2007 to Present – Commercial Events affecting the CNG IndustryIn 2007, the Department of Transportation conducted the first batch of Converter Kit tender to distribute and installed 1,755 units of converter kits for taxi’s within the DKI Jakarta area.On February 21st, the re-launching program of NGV usage was held by the Department of Transportation and opened by the Vice President, Mr. Yusuf Kalla.In 2008 and 2009, the Department of Transportation continue to promote CNG as an alternate fuel with distributing the another 1,200 units of converter kits for taxi’s in DKI Jakarta area, and plan an additional 1,000 units for small public transportation vehicles (Angkots) for the city of Bogor and another 500 for the city of Palembang.The Mass Rapid Transportation Busway System in Jakarta now has around 329 CNG busses supporting the 7 operational corridors.
13Current NGV Markets in Asia Pacific Country# of NGV# of StationsDated1Pakistan2,000,0002,700Dec 082IR of Iran1,215,593764Feb ‘093India821,872402Apr ‘084China400,0001,260July ‘085Bangladesh180,000296Nov ‘086Thailand141,335310Mar 097Uzbekistan47,00043Dec ‘078Malaysia42,000120Apr ‘099Japan36,345327Dec ‘0810Myanmar25,80244Apr 0911Republic of Korea17,123121June ‘0812Tajikistan10,6005313Kyrgyzstan6,00014Singapore3,443Jan ‘0915Indonesia3,07916Australia2,453146Mar ‘0717UAE30518New Zealand28319Philippines36Feb ‘0620Vietnam(Source: Asian NGV Communications & GVR magazines & Others) / PTT Presentation slides data report1313
14YEAR END 2008 – DKI JAKARTA PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION NoVEHICLES TYPETotal VehiclesNGVNON NGV%I.Large Capacity Buses1. Bus (Non-Busway)4,540-0%2. Busway (Cor. 1 – 8)4203299178%II.Middle Size Buses4,979III.Vehicles1. Angkot6,7461506,5962%2. KWK6,238IV.Bemo (APB)1,096V.Taxi24,2562,36021,89610%VI.Bajaj14,42440014,0243%VII.Others23,827Jumlah86,5263,23983,3894%(Source: DKI Jakarta Department of Transportation 2009 data report)
15(Source: Asian NGV Communications & GVR magazines Aug ‘08 & Others) and adopted from PTT presentation slides
16WHERE INDONESIA IN THE DEVELOPMENT STAGES Master PlanningCommercializationcurrent??Pilot ProgrammeMarket DevelopmentRegulatory EnactmentNGV DevelopedPublic RelationsMature Market
17DKI Provincial Government Busway CNG Pilot Project
18Mass Rapid Transportation Busway System as Solution DKI’S JAKARTA TRANSPORTATION SECTOR CONDITION:A continuous increase in the number of vehicle by 7-10% yearly.An estimated 6 million vehicles in DKI Jakarta, which of the vehicles (1,2 mil people) enters from the outside Jakarta daily.Around 669 of new car registration application are requested daily.New road developments is very low (around 1% annum) compare to new vehicles.The daily mobilization of vehicles in Jakarta reached 4,95 mil (motorcycles 53%, private vehicles 30%, buses 7%, and trucks 10%).The ratio between Public Transportation and Private Vehicles is 98% to 2%.85% of the usage of the road from vehicles are used by private vehicles.Degradation and diminishing number of the public transportation.(Source: DKI Jakarta Department of Transportation Report)Mass Rapid Transportation Busway System as Solution
19Bus TransJakarta using an environmental friendly fuel : DKI JAKARTA ENVIRONMENTAL FACTS:Considered as the Third World’s Most Polluted City in the World after Mexico City and Bangkok (Badan Lingkungan Hidup Dunia/UNEP)67% of the pollution in Jakarta was due to the emission from vehicles. (UNEP)A yearly estimated economic lost of Rp 12 trillion is lost due to high traffic jam, production time, and fuel evaporation (Yayasan Pelangi, 2003)Bus TransJakarta using an environmental friendly fuel :Compressed Natural Gas Fuel
20PETROSS PERINTIS KEMERDEKAAN NUMBER OF TRANSJAKARTA CNG BUSES (2008)OPERATORCORRIDOR# OF BUSESCNG STATION FILLINGTRANSBATAVIA (TB)II60PETROSS PERINTIS KEMERDEKAANIII66PETROSS RAWA BUAYADAVALTI DAAN MOGOTJAKARTA TRANS METROPOLITAN (JTM)IV27PERTAMINA PEMUDAJAKARTA MEGA TRANSPOLITAN (JMT)VPPD DAAN MOGOTVI31VII52LORENA EKA SARI (LRN)PRIMAJASA (PRJ)VIIIPERTAMINA GANDARIATOTAL BUSES329CONSORTIUMIXN/AX
21: Operational : Non Operational CNG STATION PERTAMINA JL. PLUIT COR. REMARKSI.OPERATOR: JETDISTANCE: 12,9 KMBUS STOP: 20II.OPERATOR: TBDISTANCE: 14.3 KM BUS STOP: 23III.DISTANCE: 14 KM BUS STOP: 14IV.OPERATOR: JTMDISTANCE: 11.9 KM BUS STOP: 15V.OPERATOR: JMTDISTANCE: 13.5 KM BUS STOP: 15VI.DISTANCE: 13.3 KM BUS STOP: 19VII.DISTANCE: 12.8 KM BUS STOP: 14VIII.OPERATOR: LRN & PJSDISTANCE: 8 KM BUS STOP: 23 / CURRENT 17CNG STATION PETROSSRAWA BUAYACNG STATION PETROSSJL. PERINTISCNG STATION DAVALTIDAAN MOGOTCNG STATION PERTAMINAJL. PEMUDACNG STATION T ENERGYPINANG RANTICNG STATION PERTAMINAJL. PASAR MINGGUCNG STATION PERTAMINAGANDARIACNG STATION AKSARAJL. HEK: OperationalCNG STATION AKSARAKMP. RAMBUTAN: Non Operational
22DKI JAKARTA'S CNG STATIONS NODKI JAKARTA'S CNG STATIONSOWNERCAPACITYACCESIBILITYREMARKS1Jl. Sumenep, Jakarta PusatPertamina< 1000 m3/hrSmall VehiclesSemi-Operational2Jl. Pemuda, Jakarta Timur > 1000 m3/hrLarge Vehicles & BuswayOperational3Jl. Raya Gandaria, Jakarta Timur4Jl. Raya Bogor, Jakarta Timur Non Operational5Jl. Ahmad Yani, Jakarta TimurSwasta6Jl. Boulevard Timur, Jakarta Timur7Jl. Pluit, Jakarta Utara8Jl. Danau Sunter, Jakarta Utara9Jl. Kali Deres, Jakarta Barat10Jl. Daan Mogot, Jakarta BaratDavalti11Jl. Warung Buncit, Jakarta Selatan12JL.Pasar Minggu, Jakarta Selatan13Jl. TebetTimur, Jakarta Selatan14Jl. Perintis KemerdekaanPetross15Rawa Buaya16Kampung RambutanAksaraAwaiting Operational17Hek Kramat Jati18Tanah Merdeka19Pinang RantiT Energy
23TRANSJAKARTA’s AVERAGE MINIMUM CNG CONSUMPTION CORRIDORSKMUNIT BUSMIN. AVG. DAILYAVG.TRIP/DAYPLE/DAYPLE/MONTHII14.3604899,504285,120III14.06612,794383,815IV11.92729115,816174,468V13.5397,290218,700VI13.331106,343190,292VII12.852388,231246,942VIII8303,692110,769 PLE53,6701,610,107MMSCF1.9257.50On average each bus consumed 1 ple of CNG for every 1.3 km – 1.5 km distance.Estimated 50,000 – 60,000 ple consumed daily to support the busway’s operational.Filling time is a constraint during the afternoon filling time as the buses usually filled at a certain similar given time so the buses can be in operational again during the busway’s peak hours ( and – 19.00)Filling space is also a concern as each busses is 6 meters long and enters the station numbering on average 5 buses per batches.
24TICKETING SALE FROM BUSWAY (@Rp. 3,500.-) TRANSJAKARTA BUSWAY – DKI PAYMENT SCHEMEBUSWAY USERSTICKETING SALE FROM BUSWAY 3,500.-)SUBSIDYBADAN LAYANAN UMUM (BLU)TICKETSREVENUEBUSWAY OPERATORS ARE PAID BY JAKARTA’S BLU TRANSJAKARTA BASED ON KILOMETER RATE ACHIEVED PER MONTHPT. JET(KORIDOR I)PT. TB(KORIDOR II & III)PT. JTM(KORIDOR IV & VI)PT. JMT(KORIDOR V & VII)PT. LRN(KORIDOR VIII)PT. PRJ(KORIDOR VIII)Pertamina Diesel Fuel@ Rp. 4,300/ltrPertamina’s and Private CNG Stations@ Rp. 2,562/ple
25The Confronted Challenges and Success Factors for Indonesia’s CNG/NGV Industry Future Developments
26What are Indonesia’s NGV Success Factor & Challenges? SUCCES FACTORSCHALLENGESAvailability of abundant natural gas reservesInfrastructurePricing PolicyAvailability of fundsMarket Awareness & AcceptanceIndustry & Regulator Body Support++++++
27Availability of abundant natural gas reserves AVAILABLEEnergy fuel2004 ProductionYear DimishedTotal ReserveProvenOilCoalIndonesia has the largest supply of natural gas among its South East Asia neighbor countriesIn 2006 gas production was recorded at 8,280 MMSCFD.In 2007, gas production increase to 8,901 MMSCFD of which 37% for domestic and 63% for export.In 2009 is estimated that over 10,000 MMSCFD will be produce.Source: BP Migas and Indonesia Petroleum Report and Department Mines & Energy Indonesia Energy Blue Print Report & 2009 Data Report
28Infrastructure Infrastructure NOT ENOUGH & NOT WIDELY SPREAD BLUEPRINT PENGELOLAAN ENERGI NASIONAL 2005 – 2025 Dept. ESDM
29PRICING POLICYRegulatory Basis: UU Migas 2001 vs Pertamina Pricing Policy?The deregulation of the Oil & Gas industry in 2001 had open up Indonesia’s market to local & foreign enterprise to conduct business under the basis of market economics principles
30ECONOMIC / PRICE FACTORS CNG VALUE PROCESS LINEECONOMIC / PRICE FACTORSNATURAL GAS AT WELL(INDONESIAN GOVERNMENT)Country’s natural gas availabilityWorld’s oil & natural gas priceMarket demand sizeOnshore vs. OffshoreEconomies of scale size of the wellNatural gas compositionCapacity & size of refinery facilityTender process priced obtainEXPLORATION & PRODUCTION(NATURAL GAS PRODUCER)TRANSPORT & DISTRIBUTION(PIPELINE OWNER)Economics of scale size transportedDistance to targeted areaDifficultness to transport areaTender/Contract price obtainVolume of pressure obtainCompression ability (fast vs. slow fill)Location of the stationPower supply availabilityGas compositionSupply gas purchaseCOMPRESSION(STATION OWNER)
31PRICING POLICYRegulatory Basis: UU Migas 2001 vs Pertamina Pricing Policy?The Deregulation of the Oil & Gas industry had open up Indonesia’s market to local & foreign enterprise to conduct business under the basis of market economics principlesNatural gas base price and pipeline toll fee is monitored and semi-regulated by BPH Migas, but who regulate and monitor the CNG selling price at filling station?The pricing policy is based on the Minister of Mines & Energy Decree (Keputusan Menteri ESDM), which in the decree pipeline pricing policy for the transportation sector has not yet been clearly stipulated and categorized.
32ECONOMIC / PRICE FACTORS POLICY HOLDER NATURAL GAS AT WELL(INDONESIAN GOVERNMENT)Country’s natural gas availabilityWorld’s natural gas priceMarket demand sizeParliament/Legislator ApprovalCentral Government (President)Local GovernmentOnshore vs. Off shoreEconomics of scale size of the wellNatural gas compositionCapacity & size of refinery facilityTender process priced obtainEXPLORATION & PRODUCTION(NATURAL GAS PRODUCER)Department of Mines & EnergyBP Hulu (Upstream) MigasCompany’s Shareholder & BODTRANSPORT(PIPELINE OWNER)Economics of scale size transportedDistance to targeted areaDifficultness to transport areaTender/contract price obtainDepartment of Mine & EnergyBP Hilir (Downstream) MigasCompany’s shareholder & BODVolume of pressure obtainCompression ability (fast vs. slow fill)Location of the stationPower supply availabilityGas compositionSupply gas purchaseCOMPRESSION(STATION OWNER)Company’s shareholder & BOD
34PRICING POLICYUNCLEARRegulatory Basis: UU Migas 2001 vs Pertamina Pricing Policy?The Deregulation of the Oil & Gas industry had open up Indonesia’s market to local & foreign enterprise to conduct business under the basis of market economic structureNatural gas base price and pipeline toll fee is monitored and semi-regulated by BPH Migas, but who regulate and monitor the CNG selling pricing at filling station?The pricing policy is based on the Minister of Mines & Energy Decree (Keputusan Menteri ESDM), in which pipeline pricing policy for the transportation sector has not yet been classified in a decreeCNG selling price at filling station is at a set price for the Transjakarta’s busway, but how about CNG selling price for other vehicles vs CNG selling price in cities other than DKI Jakarta?At what price should private enterprise sell CNG at their station for the transportation sector?
35CNG SELLING PRICE STRUCTURE 1 MMBTU = 27CNG SELLING PRICE STRUCTUREUSD 1 = Rp ,-RUPIAH / PLE US$ / MMBTU IGAS PRODUCER & PIPELINE OWNERInterfunction Charge1,198.62$3.24Toll Fee (PGN/Gas Negara)60.00$0.16Marketing Cost20.00$0.05Overhead Cost86.67$0.23Pertamina Margin94.71$0.26(1) SUB TOTAL1,460.00$3.94IICNG STATION OWNERMaintainance Cost200.00$0.54CNG Equipment Investment Fee300.00$0.81CNG Station Margin360.00$0.97Station Owner FeeLand Rent(2) SUB TOTAL980.00$2.65CNG SELLING PRICE ( )2,440.00$6.59CITY FUEL TAX FOR VEHICLE ( 5% )122.00$0.33CNG SELLING PRICE AT FILLING STATION2,562.00$6.92
36WITH CONDITIONS AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS NoVEHICLES TYPENON NGV MKT SHARE%20% SHARECNG/PLE DAYCNG CONSUME DAILYI.Large Capacity Buses1. Bus (Non-Busway)4.5400%9082002. Busway (Cor. 1 – 8)9178%182203.960II.Middle Size Buses51100III.Vehicles1. Angkot6.5962%1.3193039.5762. KWK6.2381.24837.428IV.Bemo (APB)1.096219102.192V.Taxi21.89610%4.3792087.584VI.Bajaj14.0243%2.805VII.Others23.8274.76547.654total78.3134%15.663plemmscfd15Macro Economy & Political Stability:World’s financial crisis occurred in had not affect much of the country’s economy.Past 2 years, the Indonesia’ federal reserve bank (Bank Indonesia) has continued to lower its treasury interest rate (SBI).Local banks are currently liquid.Rupiah currency has indicate stable and strong positioning this past weeks.Presidential election proceeded swiftly and safely with minor disruptionIndustry and Market Demand conditionCNG Filling Station and the NGV market still has a lot of potential growth market8 Existing Stations + 4 New Stations have an estimated capacity compression of ple / hourOr an estimated daily (18 hours) compression capacity of ple / day or 11 MMSCFD
37WITH CONDITIONS AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS ROI factors to be considered … EQUIPMENT INVESTMENTVolume Pressure Obtain compressing stagesCompression ability fast or slow fill / # of dispenserAvailability of power supply gas or electric drivenGas composition with or without gas dryerMacro Economy & Political Stability Factor:World’s financial crisis occurred in had not affect much of the country’s economy.Past 2 years, the Indonesia’ federal reserve bank (Bank Indonesia) has continued to lower its treasury interest rate (SBI).Local banks are currently liquid.Rupiah currency has indicate stable and strong positioning this past weeks.Presidential election proceeded swiftly and safely with minor disruption.Location Owned or RentLand Size large vehicles or small vehiclesLAND & CIVIL DEVELOPMENTCertification Approval - Migas or DepnakerLocal Government ApprovalCERTIFICATION & APPROVALPGN or Pertamina or otherContract terms Rupiah or USD baseGAS SUPPLYIndustry and Market Demand Factor:CNG Filling Station and the NGV market still has a lot of potential growth marketPower supply electric or gas billCost of money high or low leverageOPEATIONAL COSTGovernment regulation to support and to promote the use of NGV exist.Gas supply from PGN is available.Return on Investment IRR and Payback periodTaxesPROFIT MARGINReturn on Investment Factor:
38LOW ACCEPTANCE MARKET AWARESS & ACCEPTANCE Although, However, Indonesian society are becoming more concern for a cleaner and friendly environment as well are more aware of global warming threat whereby petrol fuel emission contributes the most pollutant for the city air.Bike to Work Group.Closing of Jakarta’s city main road during every weekend morning.However,In terms of their choices of fuel, majority will choose cheapest price and practical.Vehicle owner will be willing to fill CNG fuel but are hesitant to buy the converter kits.Not only vehicle owner will be willing to convert their vehicles if converter kits are cheap or free but also if it is practical to fill CNG fuel in every 5 km radius.Most of people in Jakarta understood CNG only as the fuel for the Transjakarta-Busway and some taxi’s owner.In other cities outside Jakarta in fact do not realize CNG can be an alternative fuel for vehicles and that mostly understood natural gas are pipeline gas for industrial usage and misunderstood between CNG and LPG are different commodities.
39GROWING SUPPORT INDUSTRY & REGULATORY BODY SUPPORT The NGV industry is gaining a lot of support from DKI Provincial Government commitment in using CNG as their choice of fuel for its Transjakarta’s busses.The NGV industry is receiving real action implementation from the Department of Transportation through the distribution of converter kits for public transportation in cities like Jakarta, Surabaya, Bogor, Palembang, and other cities to come.Provincial governments and county governments regulatory support on CNG.NGV groups like ANGVA and APCNGI establishment and presence have and will continue strengthen the NGV market growth in Indonesia also increase public awareness on new CNG technologies and CNG safety issues.
40A PRICING POLICY STRUCTURE THAT WILL BENEFIT ALL STAKEHOLDERS As an Conclusion, if Indonesia shall able to manage the :SUCCES FACTORSA PRICING POLICY STRUCTURE THAT WILL BENEFIT ALL STAKEHOLDERSAvailability of abundant natural gas reservesInfrastructurePricing PolicyAvailability of fundsMarket Awareness & AcceptanceIndustry & Regulator Body SupportINCREASE MARKET AWARENESS THROUGH INTENSIVE PUBIC RELATION & MEDIA PROGRAMthen …
41Then Indonesia’s NGV market will succesfully re-emerge and go forward to the next stage of developmentMaster PlanningCommercializationcurrent??Pilot ProgrammeMarket DevelopmentRegulatory EnactmentNGV DevelopedPublic RelationsMature Market
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