PROSPEK PEMANFAATAN BAHAN BAKAR BATUBARA CAIR (BBBC) UNTUK MENDUKUNG DIVERSIFIKASI ENERGI

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Irawan Rahardjo

Abstract

A study of energy diversification in Indonesia and the how role of coal
liquefaction if implemented w conducted. Liquified brown coal fuel (LBCF) is a
potential alternative energy for substituting crude oil, which is processed to
produce synthetic fuel from coal. In addition, the government policy on reducing
oil dependency makes the liquified brown coal fuel an option which must be
realized soon. This paper reveals that LBCF is very prospective in order to
support energy diversification program. In 2014 LBCF from Berau plant would
substitute Balikpapan oil refinery throughput as much as 20% or about 57.99 PJ.
It increases to 42.5% or 173.96 PJ in 2020. LPG produced as side product of
liquefaction plant could be used to support LPG supplied by LPG plant Aral and
Badak and Balikpapan oil refinery. The amount of the substitution is increasing
up to 56% in 2018, or at a rate of 19.52% per year.
Kata kunci: coal liquefaction, diversification, liquid petroleum gas

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Rahardjo, I. (2008). PROSPEK PEMANFAATAN BAHAN BAKAR BATUBARA CAIR (BBBC) UNTUK MENDUKUNG DIVERSIFIKASI ENERGI. Jurnal Energi Dan Lingkungan (Enerlink), 4(1). https://doi.org/10.29122/elk.v4i1.1542
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