PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) and the Downstream Oil and Gas Regulatory Agency
PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) and the Downstream Oil and Gas Regulatory Agency (BPH Migas) signed a cooperation agreement for the supervision of oil and gas distribution by strengthening the use of data through digitalization aspects.
“Thank you for BPH Migas’ trust in synergizing with Telkom in monitoring and regulating the provision of fuel and natural gas distribution through the use of digital technology,” said Director of Enterprise & Business Service of PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero)
Edi Witjara in a statement in Jakarta, Wednesday. Telkom’s contribution to the digitization of the downstream oil and gas sector is to make the government program successful in realizing one-price fuel, targeted fuel subsidies, and energy security. Through this cooperation, the availability and distribution of BBM determined by
The government can be guaranteed in all regions of Indonesia so that the policies and regulations issued by BPH Migas will be effective and anticipatory in facing various conditions. With the digitalization of the downstream sector, Pertamina can monitor the condition of the stock and sales of seven types of fuel,
Payment transactions at gas stations and manage the distribution of subsidized fuel. Previously, Telkom had completed the digitization program for gas stations throughout Indonesia, namely a real-time monitoring system for the distribution and sales of fuel transactions at each gas station to improve service and operational standards. (henri/pn)