“We need to have clear game rules to develop gas fuel infrastructure in Indonesia. We need to know where we are going and what we have to achieve to save energy in the future,” he pointed out. In this regard, the executive revealed that the association had proposed the same price for CNG across the archipelago to attract more NGV users.
In turn, the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry’s director general for oil and gas, Evita Herawati Legowo, explained: “The government is still discussing this issue and we are trying our best to find solutions that will not disadvantage businesspeople”.
It is worth mentioning that the Government is seeking to boost the oil-to-gas conversion program in the transport sector.