Teng! Pertamina fuel prices have changed, new fuel rules apply January 1st 2023, Pertalite and diesel purchase is limited!

Teng! Pertamina Fuel Price Change, New Fuel Regulations Effective January 1, 2023, Pertalite and Solar Purchases Restricted!–(document/radarkaur.co.id)

JAKARTA, RADARKAUR.CO.ID -Teng! as a result of Pertamina’s fuel price changing effective December 1, 2022. The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has issued a new fuel regulation that will come into effect on January 1, 2023.

The changes in Pertamina fuel prices that have occurred in the 3 types of fuel have not really affected the community. Because the 3 types of Pertamina fuel whose prices change or increase are non-subsidized fuels.

Includes Pertamax Turbo type, Dexlite type and Pertamina Dexlite type.

The price for Pertamina’s Dexlite CN 51 fuel type is IDR 13,300 per liter compared to the previous IDR 13,000, while Pertamina Dex CN 53 is IDR 18,800 per liter and the price for Pertamax Turbo Ron 98 is IDR 15,200 per liter compared at the previous price of IDR 14,300.

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Meanwhile, for the next 7 days or starting January 1, 2023, the trade of 3 types of fuel in Indonesian territory is banned.

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The 3 types of fuel that are prohibited are those with a low octane number. Although in general it is no longer in circulation, the fact is that in different regions of Indonesia some of the fuel is still traded.

In some areas of Indonesia there are those who sell fuel with octane ratings of RON 87 and RON 88 or Premium.

Similarly Revvo 89, which has an octane rating of 89, is still sold at several gas stations owned by private company PT VIVO Energy Indonesia.

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Meanwhile, the latest news released by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources confirms new regulations regarding the subsidized purchase of Pertalite and Solar.

Reported by radarkaur.co.id from CNBCIndonesia on Saturday, December 24, 2023, Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Minister Arifin Tasrif said there would be strict rules on subsidized fuels such as perthalite and subsidized solar in so that it is right on target.


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