Nebras to develop power plant in Indonesia
Qatari firm signs pre-contract for 500MW gas-fired project in Sumatra.
Nebras Power has signed a pre-contract with the Indonesian national utility (PLN) to start a feasibility study to construct a power plant in the Southeast Asian country.
The capacity of the plant in North Sumatra will reach about 500 MW of electricity and will use the natural gas as feedstock, the Qatari firm said in a stock exchange statement.
The Heads of Agreement (HoA) also includes a feasibility study for the construction of a Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) to supply the gas to the plant.
Commercial operation of the project is expected to begin early in 2019.