Pertamina EP Cepu Strengthens Synergy with TNI – Polri

BOJONEGORO — As an effort to maintain the conduciveness of the Jambaran-Tiung Biru (JTB) Unitization Gas Field Development Project, PT Pertamina EP Cepu (PT Pertamina EP Cepu) held a Coordination Meeting on Security Obvitnas with the TNI and Polri, on Tuesday (12/3/2019). The event, which was held at The Residence, Talok Village, was attended by the Head of the Bojonegoro Police AKBP Ary Fadli SIK MH Msi, the Chief of Staff of the 0813 Bojonegoro Kodim Major Inf Hairil Achmad, the ranks of the TNI and Police, PT Pertamina EP Cepu Management, PT Rekayasa Industri and PDSI.

According to JTB Site Office & PGA Manager Kunadi, PT Pertamina EP Cepu as the operator of the JTB Project will not be able to carry out its operations and roles smoothly without full support from the authorities and the community.

“The conduciveness of the JTB Project cannot be separated from the active role of Pertamina’s personnel, TNI, Polri, and all related security devices. Therefore, PT Pertamina EP Cepu continues to strive to improve communication and coordination, one of which is through the Coordination Meeting agenda,” said Kunadi.

As is known, the Jambaran-Tiung Biru (JTB) project managed by PT Pertamina EP Cepu is one of the National Strategic Projects (PSN) and has been determined by the Committee for the Acceleration of Priority Infrastructure Provision (KPPIP). This project is targeted to produce gas sales of 192 MMSCFD and will later be channeled through the Gresik-Semarang transmission pipeline.

With JTB gas reserves of 2.5 trillion cubic feet (TCF), JTB is expected to provide a multiplier effect, especially to overcome the gas supply deficit in Central and East Java.

The Bojonegoro Police Chief, AKBP Ary Fadli, welcomed PT Pertamina EP Cepu’s efforts. “The JTB project as a vital national object must be protected so that its operational activities can run smoothly. Therefore, we are committed to securing this project so that the process runs according to the targets that have been set,” he added.

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