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PT Pertamina

JI Medan Merdeka Timur 1a
Jakarta Pusat
DKI Jakarta
10110
Indonesia


Web : http://www.pertamina.com


Article archive for PT Pertamina;

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Indonesia offshore oil leak to be plugged soon 24 September 2019

Indonesia’s state oil and gas company PT Pertamina said on September 23 that it had stopped an underwater leak from an oil well off West Java and would permanently plug the well next week....

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Leaking oil well in Indonesia causes 84 km slick 29 July 2019

Oil from an undersea well in the Java Sea that began leaking about two weeks ago is threatening to spread further as winds extend the 84 km oil slick.  State oil company PT Pertamina says the flow from the damaged well offshore Karawang, West Java, has declined to below 3,000 barrels per day. The spill has contaminated beaches in at least 10 villages mostly to the west of the YYA-1 well, the energy ministry said on July 29....

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Indonesian gas pipeline explosion kills three 29 August 2014

The explosion of a gas pipeline in Subang, West Java, killed three and severely injured seven others on August 28, according to the Jakarta Post. The pipeline, belonging to state-owned oil and gas company PT Pertamina, caused a serious fire along Java’s northern coastal highway at Kampung Batang....

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Indonesia pipeline blast kills four 04 October 2012

Four people were killed and 18 suffered burn injuries in the early hours of October 3 after an explosion at an oil pipeline in South Sumatra’s Musi Banyuasin district. Police are still investigating the cause of the explosion, but local media reported that it was likely caused by the illegal siphoning of oil. ...