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Wärtsilä to develop Indonesia's first bio-LNG plant in cooperation with local partners


Published Oct 9, 2014
Wärtsilä biogas liquefaction plant in Oslo

Wärtsilä and two Indonesian partners have signed a joint development agreement with the intention of creating the first ever bio-LNG plant in Indonesia. The co-signers of the agreement with Wärtsilä are PT Pertamina (Persero), and PT Godang Tua Jaya (GTJ), a waste utilization sector company.

Wärtsilä Oil & Gas Systems (WOGS) will conduct a feasibility study for the project to develop a mini bio-LNG plant with a capacity of 0,75 tons/hour, which corresponds to approximately 4 MW/hour in electrical production. The plant will process municipal solid waste into eco-friendly biogas for use as a renewable energy source for typical vehicle fuel. In addition to the feasibility study, WOGS will provide technological support and an economic assessment. This study represents a Front End Engineering Design (FEED) equivalent. If the project is deemed to be feasible then the parties are expected to enter into an Execution Agreement.

Tags: Wärtsilä Corporation




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