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Indonesian company Pertamina may soon sign a contract for the import of liquefied petroleum gas

LNG supplies from Iran to Indonesia can begin as early as 2017.

The volume of deliveries of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) from Iran to Indonesia in 2017 could reach up to 528 thousand tons.

Recall last year the Indonesian Pertamina announced that it plans to import the first batch of LPG from Iran.

Now during the year, Pertamina intends to import up to 12 cargo, each of which will contain 44 thousand tons of gas.

The deal may be signed in the near future as part of the visit of the President of Indonesia to Iran.
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