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Pertamina starts operations of the 1.7 GW Jawa-1 power plant (Indonesia)

Indonesia’s national energy group Pertamina has announced that its 1.7 GW Jawa-1 Steam Gas Power Plant is ready to operate fully after successfully completing a series of tests and administrative processes. The power plant integrates a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) with a power generation unit with a capacity of 1,760 MW consisting of 2 generating units with a capacity of 880 MW each. Unit 2 has been in commercial operation since December 2023. Jawa-1 is managed by PT Jawa Satu Power (JSP), a joint venture of Pertamina NRE (40%), Marubeni (40%) and Sojitz (20%). The project is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by 3.3 MtCO2/year. 

Pertamina is Indonesia's largest state-owned oil and natural gas company, with a broad range of business in the oil and natural gas sector, from upstream to downstream in the fuel value chain. 

At the end of 2022, Indonesia has a total installed capacity of 84 GW, of which gas accounted for 19 GW (23%).

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