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English Español Indonesia: Pertamina continues digitalization process

Indonesia’s energy powerhouse Pertamina is fully immersed the process of digitalization of  5,500 stations.

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Oil and gas holding company Pertamina started the process last August by installing digital nozzles at 500 sites for real-time monitoring. The company is now hurrying to complete the installation of 75,000 digital nozzles at 5,500 stations in Indonesia, reports The Jakarta Post.

“Our timeline is to digitalize 1,000 stations by February, 3,000 by April and eventually fully digitalize our stations by June,” Pertamina President Director Nicke Widyawati told media in a gathering last Thursday.

Pertamina will be paying around Rp 800 billion (USD 56.8 million) a year to telecommunications company Telkom to manage the digitalization project.

The main target of the switch to digital technology is to obtain more accurate and real-time data that allows Pertamina to tackle leakage and losses in an efficiently manner.  

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