BPH Migas: Circular Number 937 is Still Valid

umi2Jakarta – Regulatory Agency for Upstream Oil and Gas (BPH Migas) assertsthat up to now there is no statement from BPH Migas stating revoke BPHMigas circular number 937/07 / Ka BPH / 2014 dated July 20, 2014 regardingcontrol regarding fuel type certain.

“There is no statement of BPH Migas withdraw the circular”, said Secretary ofDownstream Oil and Gas Umi Asngadah, Tuesday (14/10) in his study officeBPH Migas, Jakarta.

There are currently no new policy to control the quota of fuel oil (BBM) subsidy are set out in the revised budget in 2014 amounted to 46 million kiloliters be sufficient until December 31, 2014.

Therefore further Secretary BPH Migas, as long as there are no instructions from the government, BPH Migas is stillconsistent with BPH Migas Head circulars issued on July 24, 2014.

Earlier in August 2014, BPH Migas has issued a circular number 937 for Enterprises implementing the provision anddistribution of fuel subsidies to exercise control.

In the circular mentioned as of August 1 Enterprises instructed not meyalurkan types of diesel fuel subsidies in Central Jakarta. Although in the end there are two gas stations that still serve serve devoted to the purchase ofSolar subsidized public transport with two stretch, Monday-Base-Manggarai Asem and Monday.

Furthermore, on August 4, instructs the application deadline for the solar services Kalimantan, Sumatra, Java, andBali at 08:00 to 18:00. Then on August 6, the entity implementing the provision and distribution of certain types of fuel are required to not distribute premium in the region of the highway rest area.

According to Umi, through the circular existing fuels distribution susbidi savings. However, based on the results ofthe evaluation of the possibility of a quota of 46 million KL of fuel will still experienced over.


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