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English Español Indonesia: One-price fuel station opens in Maybrat

One-price fuel program rolled out by distributor BPH Migas has reached 133 locations in Indonesia to date, 30 of which are in Papua and West Papua areas.

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Author: PetrolPlaza Correspondent Pablo Plaza

Indonesian downstream oil and gas distributor BPH Migas recently inaugurated its second one-price fuel station in Maybrat District. The opening is part of a fuel retailing development program with the deployment of 133 one-price fuel stations throughout the country, reports Antara News.

The new site is located at the Ayamaru North District Yukase Village, Maybrat District, West Papua Province. The first one-price fuel location was opened in 2018 in Kambuaya Village, Kayamaru Timur District.

Commissioner of BPH Migas, M Ibnu Fajar, said at the inauguration that new one-price fuel stations proved that the Indonesian Government is committed to offering equitable energy to citizens. Deputy District Head of Maybrat, Paskalis Pocu, also remarked at the opening that the presence of one-price fuel stations would help communities to buy fuel at affordable prices.

"We hope that all parties will take care of the oil with one price distributor program to ensure it runs as it should", added the Head of the regional apparatus organization and the Maybrat District community, Fanda Chrismianto.

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