Makassar – There are still many areas that do not have a channeling institutions such as gas stations, APMS and SPDN in some remote areas would be difficult to create the smooth supply and distribution of fuel are evenly distributed throughout the territory of the Republic of Indonesia.
To accommodate it, the Downstream Regulatory Agency for Oil and Gas (BPH Migas) has issued Regulation No. 6 of 2015 BPH for remote areas that are too far away from the dealer such as gas stations.
“Now with the BPH Migas Regulation No. 6 of 2015 is possible, of course, with the permission of the local government,” said BPH Migas chief Andy Noorsaman Sommeng, Wednesday (26/08/2015) when opening the Workshop Perception Match Natural Gas Regulation in Makassar.
According to the Head of BPH Migas, Andy Noorsaman Sommeng, in Sumatra, Jakarta and surrounding areas are the fuel sellers by name Pertamini that use simple tools with literan no longer bottled.
“Well! Now it is set so that legal, but with provisions stipulated by the Government. Standard safety of his must be issued by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources cq Directorate General of Oil and Gas. Permits Local Government and so on. In this way the availability of fuel in remote areas will be met,” he said.
Head of Department of Energy and Mineral Resources of South Sulawesi province said Gunawan Palaguna Match Perception Workshop Natural Gas Regulation is important in efforts to strengthen the commitment of all parties, not least to run the Local Government Legislation that terlait khussnya the Oil and Gas Downstream activities.
According to him, for the success of national energy and oil and gas development, all elements of the nation must be aware of and understand for mutual support for national development goals to improve national energy security can be achieved without significant obstacles arise.
“Through this workshop, I hope for the understanding and perception of Legislation tekait activity of Natural Gas,” he said.