Indonesia: JGC Wins Contract Construction of a Gas Processing Plant

Editor: Alexander Stark

Japanese JGC Corporation announced that its Indonesian subsidiary has been awarded the EPC contract for the construction of a gas processing plant in Aceh Province, Sumatra.

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Indonesia/Aceh Province – The lump-sum turnkey contract has a value of approximately 27 billion Japanese Yen and is due for completion in the first quarter of 2018. The contract comprises the construction of a plant to process 90 mmscfd (million standard cubic feet) natural gas for the production of sales gas, condensate, and solid sulfur from natural gas produced by Block A developed by Medco and its partners in Aceh, Indonesia, which is rich in natural resources such as oil and gas.

The produced sales gas is planned to be used principally by a gas-power plant of Indonesia’s state-owned electric power company in Aceh and by a state-owned fertilizer company.

This is the largest-scale project in the history of JGC Indonesia, and JGC understands that the contract has been awarded to JGC Indonesia on the basis of its experience in Indonesia and the high evaluation accorded to its project execution capabilities, in addtion to its cost-competitive proposal.

JGC is now promoting the strengthening and expansion of its overseas EPC subsidiaries, and intends to further enhance JGC Indonesia’s project execution capabilities through the successful execution of this very important project.