CCGT Jawa-1 1.760 MW

The IPP Jawa-1 project is a project that integrates Gas facilities with a power plant project consisting of 1.760 MW Combine Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT), FSRU, gas pipeline between CCGT Jawa-1 and FSRU, and transmission lines that connect the Power Plant with interconnection points.

ABOUT Combine Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) JAWA-1 

The IPP Jawa-1 project is a project that integrates Gas facilities with a power plant project consisting of 1.760 MW Combine Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT), FSRU, gas pipeline between CCGT Jawa-1 and FSRU, and transmission lines that connect the Power Plant with interconnection points. The LNG supplied by PLN will be received and regasified in the FSRU unit and then delivered in the form of gas to the CCGT Jawa-1 unit through offshore and onshore gas pipes. Furthermore, the electricity generated by the CCGT Jawa-1 will be distributed to PLN for 25 years with the BOOT scheme (Build, Own, Operate, and Transfer) to the Java-Bali electricity system through a 500 kV transmission network from the power plant to the 500 kV PLN substation. CCGT Jawa-1 will sell electricity to PLN with a PPA (Power Purchase Agreement). LNG supply for the IPP Jawa-1 project is the responsibility of PLN. The LNG comes from the Tangguh LNG refinery based on LNG Sale Purchase Agreement (SPA) between PLN and Tangguh.

The IPP Jawa-1 project is located in the village of Cilamaya, Karawang Regency, West Java on 39 hectares of land owned by PT Pertamina Gas (Pertagas). The location of the power plant is located in the SKG Cilamaya area which is also surrounded by facilities owned by PT Pertamina EP and PT Pertamina Hulu Energi. For the location of the Special Facility in the form of a 500 kV switching station Cibatu Baru II / Sukatani and a new 500 kV Dual circuit transmission network connecting the Electric Interconnection Facility to the Cibatu Baru II / Sukatani switching substation located in Bekasi Regency and Karawang Regency. The FSRU will be moored at the Cilamaya sea hearing a distance of 20 km from the beach. The CCGT Jawa-1 and FSRU are connected with 21 km of gas pipelines, 14 km of offshore gas pipes and 7 km of onshore gas pipes. Electricity produced by the CCGT Jawa-1 is channeled to the PLN substation in Sukatani village, Bekasi district through a 52 km transmission line.

To undertake an integrated IPP Jawa-1 project, two project companies are needed, namely PT Jawa Satu Power (JSP) and PT Jawa Satu Regas (JSR). JSP is responsible for designing, constructing, and operating CCGT Jawa-1, transmission lines, substation and switchyard facilities. While JSR is responsible for the design and construction and operation of FSRU facilities that will receive LNG from the Tangguh refinery. The separation of the two project company entities is carried out considering that the project company for the FSRU is considered a national shipping so it must pay attention to the cabotage principle where the composition of shares of domestic national companies must be greater than 51%. In addition, the business nature of IPP and FSRU is different from licensing and taxation, so two separate project company entities are needed. JSP share ownership is owned by PPI consortium, Marubeni, and Sojitz with 40% PPI shares, 40% Marubeni, and 20% Sojitz. While JSR shares are mostly owned by the PPI consortium, Marubeni, Sojitz and the remainder is owned by PT Humpuss Intermoda Transportasi and Mitsui O.S.K Lines (MOL). Ownership in JSR is 26% PPI, Marubeni 20%, Sojitz 10%, Humpuss 25%, MOL 19%.