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This profile was last updated on 5/15/12  and contains information from public web pages.

Secretary-General

Association of Gas-Using Industries
 
Background

Employment History

  • Chairman
    Indonesian Ceramic Industries Association

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Secretary-General
    Forum for Natural Gas Using Industries
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Separately, Achmad Widjaya, ...
rajarafasamudra.com, 15 May 2012 [cached]
Separately, Achmad Widjaya, the secretary-general of the Association of Gas-Using Industries (FIPGB), said that the association would accept the increase as long the company could fulfill its production quotas for each customer.
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Achmad said that PGN had promised to fulfill local industrial gas needs, and the association was looking forward for the realization.
According to Achmad Widjaya, ...
www.thejakartapost.com, 7 Feb 2011 [cached]
According to Achmad Widjaya, the secretary-general of the Forum for Natural Gas Using Industries (FIPGB), the government and the state gas distributor, Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGN), had yet to set the exact allocation of gas for industrial purposes for 2011. Shortages and uncertainty over supply have already prompted some heavily gas-reliant industries, such as ceramic producers and cement manufacturers, to cut back on work hours, and continued shortfalls could cause foreign investors to move their operations to other countries, Achmad warned on Jan. 18.
Achmad Widjaya, chairman of ...
www.wiloto.com, 1 June 2007 [cached]
Achmad Widjaya, chairman of the Indonesian Ceramic Industries Association, said Indonesia is now the world's fifth biggest ceramic ware producer.
Forum for Natural Gas Using ...
www.thejakartapost.com, 19 Jan 2011 [cached]
Forum for Natural Gas Using Industries (FIPGB) secretary-general Achmad Widjaya said that as of today, the government and state gas distributor PT Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGN) had not finalized the precise number for gas allocation for industries.
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"The director general estimated that the gas price might reach US$8.80 [Rp 80,000] per million British thermal unit (mmbtu) next year, up from only $6.3 currently," said Achmad, who is also the chairman of the Indonesian Ceramic Industry Association.
Uncertain gas supply for industries has long been a major factor hindering the development of the country's industrial sector and one reason why many potential investors have canceled investment plans.
Achmad said that heavy gas users such as ceramic, glass and cement producers were forced to reduce their working hours due to the gas supply shortage. If the government failed to ensure sufficient gas allocation for industries, many foreign investors might relocate their factories to other countries, he added.
Achmad Widjaya, the ...
www.thejakartapost.com, 18 Feb 2011 [cached]
Achmad Widjaya, the secretary-general of the Forum for Natural Gas-Using Industries (FIPGB), reported that the consortium expected the floating storage and re-gasification unit (FSRU) to begin operation in April 2012.
"We hope that the government will soon issue the permit to start the construction of the FSRU so that we can finish it on schedule in April next year," he told reporters after a discussion session in Jakarta.
To construct an FSRU, the consortium needed to apply for 32 permits from the central government and local administrations, Achmad claimed. The consortium, he continued, would acquire the fund to build the receiving terminal from "several international banks".
He explained that the planned FSRU would have a total capacity to store up to around 500 million standard cubic feet per day (mmscfd) of LNG - equivalent to one-third of Indonesia's industrial total gas need.
"The LNG will be imported from several gas-producing countries such as Russia, Qatar and Nigeria. The consortium has already spoken to suppliers on how to transport the LNG to Indonesia," Achmad said.
He added that the forum had requested that the government secure at least 796 mmscfd of gas supply for industries this year, however the government said that it could only channel as many as 538 mmscfd.
Uncertain gas supply for industries has long been a major factor hindering the development of the industrial sector in Indonesia and one reason why many potential investors have canceled their investment plans.
Achmad said earlier that heavy gas users such as ceramic, glass and cement industries were forced to reduce their working hours due to the gas supply shortage.
"If the government failed to ensure sufficient gas allocation for industries, many foreign investors might relocate their factories to other countries," he said last month.
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