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Indonesia's small-scale LNG project: a real opportunity?

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06 May 2015

Indonesia's small-scale LNG project: a real opportunity?

Report summary

In March 2015, PLN launched a tender to construct and supply small-scale LNG regas terminals.  The tender has garnered strong interest with over 90 companies seeking to pre-qualify. At the same time, the scheme has raised eyebrows due to its high degree of complexity. Supplying gas power plants in Central Indonesia involves LNG sourcing, shipping and the construction of numerous small and scattered regas terminals.  Is this a real opportunity for both PLN and industry players?

Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
    • PLN's recent tender
    • Market reaction
    • The next steps
    • Demand uncertainties and implications for LNG suppliers
    • Logistical and scheduling challenges
    • Sensitive to oil prices
    • Risk mitigation and transfer pricing
    • Potential upside for any tender winner
    • From PLN's perspective it makes sense
    • But could this time be different?
  • Conclusions

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This report includes 4 images and tables including:

  • Possible power plant locations of the small-scale LNG projects
  • PLN's small-scale LNG projects by region
  • Indonesia's small-scale LNG project: a real opportunity?: Image 3
  • Indonesia's small-scale LNG project: a real opportunity?: Image 4

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