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English Español Pertamina closed 2018 with 123 remote gas stations in Indonesia

State-owned oil and gas holding PT Pertamina will continue opening one-price fuel stations in Indonesia – a government program to provide fuel to remote regions at low prices.

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After closing 2018 with 123 one-price fuel stations for remote area, PT Pertamina has announced plans to open another 29 in 2019. The company improved its own targets in 2018 by opening 69 instead of 67 sites, said Pertamina vice president corporate communications Adiatma Sardjito.

The fuel stations were opened in frontier, outermost and least developed regions, known as terdepan, terluar, tertinggal ( 3T ) areas, in Sumatra, Java, Bali, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Nusa Tenggara, Maluku and Papua, reports The Jakarta Post.

“We have tried to distribute the fuels to the 3T continuously. It is Pertamina’s commitment to supply fuels to all citizens across the country at the same price,” he added.

Pertamina transport fuel to the remote stations via trucks, ships, small boats and airplains.

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