25 Mei 2023
Pertagas Niaga Delivers Good Energy to Solo
Solo - PT Pertagas Niaga (PTGN) as an affiliate of Subholding Gas Pertamina PT PGN Tbk sends good energy through the domestic gas network (jargas) in the city of Solo. To ensure the reliability of the pipe network that has begun to work at the end of 2022 this year, PTGN carried out a test or commissioning on Thursday (25/05) past.
Test activities go smoothly with the advancement of occupational safety and health or health safety and environment (HSE) aspects and thanks to the support of the local authorities of Kelurahan Source, the line of medical officers, the city of Solo firefighters and an independent inspection team. In this test, PTGN also ensures that the gas delivered from the Metering Regulating Station (MRS) facility is well received to the residential houses and can meet the needs of the surrounding community kitchen without barriers.
To meet the needs of household jargas in Kelurahan Source, Solo City, PTGN will optimize the use of CNG from the First EP Cepu ADK (PEPC ADK) located in Blora District, Central Java. As by President Director PTGN, Aminuddin “PTGN will utilize gas from PEPC ADK that has been transformed into CNG so that it can be transported to various locations more safely and easily to meet the needs of Jargas Solo. “Our hope is that gas from Central Java can also be by the Central Java community, so in the near future we will complete the entire process so that the network that has been installed can be immediately utilized by the community.”
Meanwhile, Joyo Budi Prawiro as head of RT 01 Kelurahan Source delivered hopes for jargas installation in his territory. “People are excited about this jargon. Hopefully the network in Kelurahan Source can soon be activated entirely so that the community can enjoy a safer and more economical jargas.”
The use of natural gas through jargas for households gives many positive impacts including cooking becomes faster, more cost-efficient, 24-hour supply and of course more environmentally friendly. This is in line with Indonesia’s ambition toward Net Zero Emission (NZE) by 2060 and its commitment to Evironmental, Social & Governance (ESG) First.