Non Subsidies Fuel Usage Campaign In Yogyakarta

jokjakartaYOGYAKARTA. Downstream Regulatory Agency for Oil and Gas (BPH Migas) on Monday (30/09/2013) back to disseminate the use of fuel oil (BBM) Non subsidies in Yogyakarta. The same thing has been done in some areas some time ago.

Campaign through the use of non-subsidized fuel that will be implemented in several regions in Indonesia is expected to inspire people, especially the middle and upper classes were initially fill their vehicles with subsidized fuel immediately switch to using non-subsidized fuel.

Of the work done socialization place, there are still many luxury vehicles still use subsidized fuel for their vehicles. But not a few who have been using non-subsidized fuel for their vehicles. One of them is the owner of the Toyota Avanza, Agus.

According to him, to use non-subsidized fuel for vehicles has many advantages. Besides the engine becomes durable, more refined engine sound, the engine is so not easily damaged and pull so much applause. He also confirmed that filling the vehicle with a non-subsidized fuel has been assisting the Government in an effort to control subsidized fuel. “In addition to helping the government control of the fuel subsidy program, use Pertamax durable engine and pull too bad,” said Agus.

To note, the Government through the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has issued a regulation the Minister of No. 1 of 2013 on the prohibition of the use of subsidized fuel for vehicles belonging to the Department of Government, military, police, state-owned enterprises and enterprises are also vehicles used to transport the mining and plantation activities.

On this basis, BPH Migas campaign use non-subsidized fuel to the middle and upper class society that still fill their vehicles with subsidized fuel which is actually for the / people can not afford. Besides in Jakarta and Bandung, Semarang and Yogyakarta, this kind of campaign will also be carried out in several stations in other cities such as Surabaya, and Bali.


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