Diesel and Gas-Engine Power Plants in Indonesia
Apung-1 Barge
Location: Aceh
Operator: PT PLN
Configuration: 10.5 MW
Fuel: diesel oil
Operation: 2003 (ret)
E/G supplier: ??
Quick facts: This power barge was washed 4km inland during the Dec 2004 Sumatra earthquake and tsunami. The barge was fabricated in 1997 by PT Jaya Asiatic Shipyard in Batam, and put online in Aceh in mid-2003. It was originally planned to refloat the 2,600t barge and put it back into operation, but later it was decided to make it into a museum and monument to the tsunami's victims. The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources spent Rp 24.4bn on renovating and securing the machinery and barge and the barge setting in what once was a residential area. The barge is now part of the Tsunami Educational Park in Banda Aceh.

Photograph courtesy of www.tanoaceh.com
Posted 26 Aug 2012

Langgam
Location: Riau
Operator: MAXPower
Configuration: 5 X 3.3-MW J620 gas engines
Operation: 2013
Fuel: natural gas
E/G supplier: Jenbacher
EPC: MAXPower
Quick facts: This project is in Kec Langgam, Pelalawan. The plant went online in Aug 2013 and was inaugurated on 25 Oct 2013. MAXPower has a 15yr BOOT agreement with PLN for the scheme. It serves Kawasan Teknopolitan and other users in Pelawan.

Photograph courtesy of MAXPower
Posted 19 Feb 2014

Pangkalan Palm Oil Mill
Location: Riau
Operator: Musim Mas Holdings
Configuration: 2 X 952 kW SFGLD560 gas engines
Operation: 2011
Fuel: biogas
E/G supplier: Guascor
Quick facts: This CDM project uses biogas supplied from POME digestion installations. The site is in Kec Pangkalan Lesung, Kab Pelalawan.

Photograph courtesy of Dresser
Posted 1 May 2016

Pesanggaran Wika
Location: Bali
Operator: PT Indonesia Power
Configuration: 3 X 18 MW 18V48/60 engines
Fuel: HFO
Operation: 2011
E/G supplier: MAN B&W
EPC: PT Wijaya Karwa
Quick facts: This IPP cost about Rp 550bn.

Photograph courtesy of PT Wijaya Karwa
Posted 17 Dec 2010

Pomalaa Extension
Location: South Sumatra
Operator: PT Aneka Tambang
Configuration: 6 X 17 MW 18V46 engines
Fuel: heavy fuel oil
Operation: 2004-2005
E/G supplier: Wartsila
Quick facts: This is one of the largest industrial diesel power plants in the region and supplies a mine and ferronickel smelting complex. In 1974 and 1994, respectively, MHI supplied two five-engine plants at the site. These have 5.8-MW, 16V40/54 engines firing distillate.

Photograph courtesy of Wartsila
Posted 29 May 2005

Abbreviations

Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base

Updated 01-May-2016

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