Indonesia launches market sounding of PPP projects

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Indonesia launches market sounding of PPP projects

The Government of the Republic of Indonesia has announced that it will hold an infrastructure/PPP market sounding, in which three projects will be presented.

The event will be held on 8 May 2014 at the Eaton Chelsea Hotel, Toronto, Canada. The three projects that will be presented are the following:

1 - Manado-Bitung toll road, north Sulawesi.

This project will be presented by the Indonesia Toll  Road Authority (BPJT) and the Ministry of Public Works. The project cost is estimated at US$353 million.

The project has been included in the list of the Master Plan for the Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesian Economic Development (MP3EI). Manado-Bitung toll road will be divided into two sections, namely Section I of Manado-Airmadidi route along 12.5km and Section II of Airmadidi-Bitung route along 25.5 km.

2 - Bogor & Depok Solid Waste Management and Final DisposalWest Java.

The project will be presented by the Regional Waste Management Centre (BPSR) of West Java Province. The project cost is estimated at US$40 million. The project technical profile is as follows:

  • Operational hours: 8 hours/day, 365 days/year
  • Operational capacity: 1000 ton/day
  • Refuse derived fuel with capacity of 1000 ton consist of 3 modules
  • Compost processing unit with capacity of 100 ton consist of 1 module
  • Output target: - Compost 45.4 ton per day - RDF 408,6 ton per day

3 - Southern Bali Water SupplyBali.

The project will be presented by the Supporting Agency for the Development of Water Supply Systems (BPPSPAM) and the Ministry of Public Works. The project cost is estimated at US$218.8 million.

The project is planned to be developed on a build, operate and transfer (BOT) basis for a period of 30 years. The project will be located in the City of Denpasar and the Regencies of Badung, Gianyar, and Klungkung. The project will provide 1800 l/s bulk water supply to meet rising demand. The project includes water treatment plants for raw water from the Unda River (capacity 1,500 l/s) and from Penet River (capacity 300 l/s), reservoirs, and transmission from the WTP to the designated delivery points.

 See the event invitation:

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