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Indonesia’s Pertamina exports 922,000 barrels of low-sulphur fuel oil in Q1

11 Apr 2022

Indonesia’s state energy firm PT Pertamina on Friday (8 April) announced it has exported about 992,000 barrels of low sulfur fuel oil (LSFO) V-1250 in the January to March period. 

The destinations for the marine fuel included Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore in five cargo shipments, said company spokesperson Ely Chandra Perangiangin. 

The acceptance of foreign markets for products produced by Pertamina’s refineries is one proof that our products have international standards. This is something that Pertamina will continue to develop,” said Chandra.

Chandra also said Pertamina plans to have monthly deliveries. 

“By continuing to produce quality products and according to consumer needs, Pertamina hopes Balikpapan refinery unit will continue to grow into a competitive refinery,” Chandra said, referring to the company’s refinery in East Kalimantan. 

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Photo credit: PT Pertamina
Published: 11 April, 2022

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