PH-based infrastructure solutions firm to deliver energy in Indonesia
In a report published by agp.ph, Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific Company (AG&P), an infrastructure solutions provider in the Philippines, signs a joint venture with Southeast Asian energy investor Risco Energy Group Pte. Ltd. to build liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals and supply chains in Indonesia.
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According to Anupam Ahuja, Senior Vice President of AG&P, “Indonesia is undergoing a profound transformation as a leading-edge economy in and a model for Southeast Asia.”
She added that AG&P will bring its ownership in Gas Entec, the highly-regarded Korea-based engineering firm, to work with both companies and bring clean LNG that will ensure that Indonesia continues to enjoy a resilient, cost-effective, and green future with innovative technologies and products.
In addition, Business Mirror reported that the joint venture will primarily cater to the distributed energy requirements of Indonesia across LNG storage, transport, regasification, power, and full-terminal solutions.
AG&P and Risco will also serve the needs of the power, bunkering, mining, transportation, and industrial sectors in the country.