It was past sunset, and a meeting in the offices of the Deputy Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Rudi Rubiandini had failed to come up with solutions. Attending the discussions on July 2 with him were four people from the state-run power company (PLN): CEO Nur Pamudji, Strategic Procurement Director Bagiyo Riawan, Oil-Based Fuels and Gas Division chief, Suryadi Mardjuki, and Primary Energy Planning Senior Director, Chairani. Also present was Subanendro, head of the Marketing Division at state gas distribution company (PGN).
The full team from PLN had arrived to complain. They raised questions of a reported plan to distribute 40 million standard cubic feet per day (mmscfd) of gas from the Gajah Baru field, which is operated by Premier Oil West Natuna. That supply of gas, which was originally provided for PLN's gas and steam Muara Tawar power plant, has recently become a source of tension between PLN and PGN.
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