Public Private Partnerships. Infrastructure Projects Plan in Indonesia.

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The PPP Book aims to provide reliable information to prospective investors
on projects in the PPP pipeline. Its true value lies in the accuracy of the
information. Projects are categorized according to the stage of development
they have reached. A PPP project must be market ready in the true sense of
the word when it is categorized as “ready for offer”. What this implies is that
the basic conditions underlying its business case, such as land availability
and government support (if applicable) are largely met or soon to be met.
The current PPP Book is an update of the 2011 version, incorporating recent
developments. To date, 12 projects have been tendered out. In this 2012
version, there are 3 projects ready for offer, 26 projects under the category
“priority” and 29 projects under “potential”. There are 9 new projects that
are not in the 2011 PPP Book, of which 1 is classified as “priority” and 8
as “potential”. A significant difference from the 2011 version is that the
number of “potential” projects is reduced from 45 to 29 as a result of more
rigorous screening.

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Public Private Partnerships. Infrastructure Projects Plan in Indonesia.

  1. 1. PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPSInfrastructure Projects Plan in Indonesia2012Jakarta, 2012
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  3. 3. iiiFOREWORD FROM THE MINISTERIn May 2011, the Indonesian government launched a 15-year economicdevelopment master plan, MP3EI, on the establishment of six economiccorridors in Indonesia. The successful implementation of MP3EI willtransform Indonesia into one of the 10 major economies in the worldby 2025. Implementation requires the participation of all stakeholdersand will focus on tangible and measurable priorities. The MP3EI will beimplemented in three phases: 2011-2015; 2016-2020; and 2021-2025.Infrastructure is expected to play a pivotal role in the development of thesix economic corridors. The traditional approach of funding infrastructurefrom the state budget is not sustainable because of limited public finances.The alternative is Private Provision of Infrastructure (PPI). Hence, thereliance on PPI underpins the MP3EI. A significant number of infrastructureprojects in the MP3EI is expected to be financed through an appropriatePublic-Private Partnership (PPP) scheme.To date, the Government has established a robust, competitive legal andregulatoryframeworkforPPP–fromprocurementofthePPPconcessionaireto the provision of government support and guarantees. The governingregulation on PPP is Presidential Regulation (Perpres) 67/2005, amendedsubsequently by Perpres 13/2010 and 56/2011. The Ministry of Financeis in the process of creating a more effective mechanism for viability gapfunding. The ministerial decree for this has been drafted.For years, land availability has been a major bottleneck for infrastructuredevelopment. The new law on land acquisition (Law 2/2012) is designedto accelerate the land acquisition process for public infrastructure projects.The PPP Book aims to provide reliable information to prospective investorson projects in the PPP pipeline. Its true value lies in the accuracy of theinformation.Projectsarecategorizedaccordingtothestageofdevelopmentthey have reached. A PPP project must be market ready in the true sense ofthe word when it is categorized as“ready for offer”. What this implies is thatthe basic conditions underlying its business case, such as land availabilityand government support (if applicable) are largely met or soon to be met.iii
  4. 4. ivivThe current PPP Book is an update of the 2011 version, incorporating recentdevelopments. To date, 12 projects have been tendered out. In this 2012version, there are 3 projects ready for offer, 26 projects under the category“priority” and 29 projects under “potential”. There are 9 new projects thatare not in the 2011 PPP Book, of which 1 is classified as “priority” and 8as “potential”. A significant difference from the 2011 version is that thenumber of“potential”projects is reduced from 45 to 29 as a result of morerigorous screening.Jakarta, April 2012Armida S. AlisjahbanaState Minister of National Development Planning/Chairperson of National Development Planning Agency
  5. 5. PLANNING DOCUMENT OFPUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPIN INFRASTRUCURE PROVISIONPublic Private Partnership CriteriaI. Potential Projecta. Conformity with the national / regional midterm development plan and the infrastructuresector’s strategic plant;b. Conformity of the project’s location with theRegional Spatial Planning;c. Linkage between the infrastructure sectors andthe regional areas;d. Cost recovery potentiale. Preliminary StudyII. Priority Projecta. Included in PPP Potential Project Plan orproposed by contracting as unsolicited project;b. Based on Pre-Feasibility, the project is feasiblefrom legal, technical, and financial aspect;c. Risk identification and allocation has beenidentified;d. PPP mode has been defined;e. Government support has been identified (formarginal project).III.Ready for Offer Projecta. Bidding Document has been completed;b. PPP procurement team has been establishedand ready to operate;c. Procurement schedule has been defined;d. Government support has been approved (ifrequired)PROCUREMENT OFPPP PROJECTAnnual GovernmentWork PlanAnnual GovernmentWork PlanMedium Term Development PlanMinistry / AgencyAnnual Work Plan and BudgetReady for Offer ProjectPriority ProjectPotential ProjectPPPBOOKvv
  6. 6. viSUMMARY OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPSPROJECTS ALREADY TENDEREDNo. Project Title Brief Descriptions Status as End of March 20121 Central Java Coal FiredPower PlantDevelopment of power plant inCentral Java approximately 2,000MW.• The PPA has been signed inOctober 2011.2 Umbulan Water Supply, EastJavaDevelopment of bulk water supplysystem (4,000 Lps) and transmissionpipeline(106 km).• Request for Proposal (RfP) wasissued to 5 qualified bidderson 12 March 2012.• Bidders meeting to discuss RfPhas been conducted twice.• Government Support andGuarantee are being prepared.• Bid submission date is expect-ed by end of August 2012.3 Puruk Cahu - Bangkuang CoalRailwayDevelopment of a dedicated coaltransportation system in CentralKalimantan Province from Puruk Cahuto Bangkuang and eventually onwards(either by rail or barging) to the CoalPort in Lupak Dalam.Technical assessment of a revisedalignment is ongoing.• 4 bidders have been qualified.• Issuance of RFP is envisagedfor first half of 2012.4 Bandar Lampung WaterSupply, LampungDevelopment of bulk water andextraction raw water from WaySekampung River; water treatmentto achieve the required qualitystandard; and bulk supply of 500l/s processed water to the point ofbulk water supply connection (viabulk water supply meter).• RfQ has resulted in 10 poten-tial bidders.• Procurement committee willevaluate the RFQs and short-list 4 nominated bidders.• RfP expected early summer2012.5 Maros Regency Water Supply,South SulawesiDevelopment of bulk water andprovision of water supply ser-vices to Regency of Maros. Thisproject entails the developmentof an intake of 280 l/s, raw wa-ter transmission for 200 m, WTPwith a capacity of 250 l/s, servicereservoir of 1,500 m3, primarydistribution mains 9,7 km, reservoir+ booster pump, for distribution toHasanudin Airport and IndustrialArea Moncongloe, with a capacityof 3,000 m3.• PQ has been implementedtwice resulting in 2 qualifiedbidders.• RfP is expected to be issued inmid July 2012.• Contract award is expected inQ1 2013.6 Kemayoran - KampungMelayu Toll RoadDevelopment of toll road in DKI Ja-karta from Kemayoran to KampungMelayu (9.65 km)• PQ has been implementedtwice resulting in one quali-fied bidder.• Contract negotiation enter-prise‘ s process between GCAand winning bidder.vi
  7. 7. vii7 Sunter - Rawa Buaya -Batu Ceper Toll RoadDevelopment of toll road in DKIJakarta from Sunter to Batuceper(22.92 km)• PQ has been implementedtwice resulting in one quali-fied bidder.• Contract negotiation enter-prise‘ s process between GCAand winning bidder.8 Ulujami-Tanah Abang TollRoadDevelopment of toll road in DKI Ja-karta from Ulujami to Tanah Abang(8.27 km)• PQ has been implementedtwice resulting in one quali-fied bidder.• Contract negotiation enter-prise‘ s process between GCAand winning bidder.9 Pasar Minggu - CassablancaToll RoadDevelopment of toll road in DKIJakarta from Pasar Minggu toCassablanca (9.56 km)• PQ has been implementedtwice resulting in one quali-fied bidder.• Contract negotiation enter-prise‘ s process between GCAand winning bidder.10 Sunter-Pulo Gebang -Tambelang Toll RoadDevelopment of toll road in DKIJakarta from Sunter to Tambelang(25.73 km)• PQ has been implementedtwice resulting in one quali-fied bidder.• Contract negotiation enter-prise‘ s process between GCAand winning bidder.11 Duri Pulo – KampungMelayu Toll RoadDevelopment of toll road in DKIJakarta from Duri Pulo to KampungMelayu (11.38 km)• PQ has been implementedtwice resulting in one quali-fied bidder.• Contract negotiation enter-prise‘ s process between GCAand winning bidder.12 Nusa Dua – Ngurah Rai –Benoa Toll RoadDevelopment of toll road in BaliProvince from Nusa Dua to Benoa(9.70 km)• The winning bidder is a con-sortium of seven State OwnedEnterprises (PT. Jasa Marga,PT. Pelindo III, PT. Angkasa PuraI, PT. Wijaya Karya, PT. HutamaKarya, PT. Adhi Karya, and PT.Pengembangan Pariwisata Bali)• SPV for this project is PT. Jasa-marga Bali Tol• This project started its con-struction on December 21,2011vii
  8. 8. SUMMARY OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPSINFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS PLAN IN INDONESIA1 Air Transportation 0 -2 Land Transportation 0 -3 Marine Transportation 1 36.004 Railways 0 -5 Toll Road 1 628.006 Water Resources 0 -7 Water Supply 0 -8 Solid Waste and Sanitaion 1 100.009 Telecommunication 0 -10 Power 0 -11 Oil and Gas 0 -Total 3 764.00No Sector/Sub-sector Quantity Project Cost (US$ Million)I. READY FOR OFFER PROJECTS1 Air Transportation 1 214.002 Land Transportation 0 -3 Marine Transportation 0 -4 Railways 0 -5 Toll Road 13 32,519.536 Water Resources 0 -7 Water Supply 5 590.678 Solid Waste and Sanitaion 3 150.009 Telecommunication 0 -10 Power 4 4,716.5011 Oil and Gas 0 -Total 26 38,190.70No Sector/Sub-sector Quantity Project Cost (US$ Million)II. PRIORITY PROJECTS1 Air Transportation 3 1,140.002 Land Transportation 3 136.003 Marine Transportation 3 2,839.124 Railways 3 4,783.005 Toll Road 0 -6 Water Resources 0 -7 Water Supply 13 1,388.158 Solid Waste and Sanitaion 2 203.009 Telecommunication 0 -10 Power 2 1,762.0011 Oil and Gas 0 -Total 29 12.251.27No Sector/Sub-sector Quantity Project Cost (US$ Million)III. POTENTIAL PROJECTSTOTAL INVESTMENT 58 51,205.97viii
  9. 9. 1 Nangroe Aceh Darussalam 1 21.002 North Sumatera 3 2,042.003 West Sumatera 3 48.004 Riau 4 5,543.535 Jambi 2 1,602.206 South Sumatera 4 2,526.837 Lampung 1 318.208 Banten 4 26,591.009 DKI Jakarta 2 812.5010 West Java 13 4,027.1611 Central Java 3 118.2212 D.I. Yogyakarta 2 1,370.0013 East Java 2 436.6714 Bali 3 833.0015 NTB 1 7.0016 West Kalimantan 2 160.4017 Central Kalimantan 2 23.0018 South Kalimantan 1 26.7619 East Kalimantan 2 2,980.0020 North Sulawesi 1 353.0021 West Sulawesi 1 1,335.5022 Central Sulawesi 1 30.00Total 58 51,205.97SUMMARY OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS PROJECTSBY SECTOR / SUB SECTORNo Sector/Sub-sector Quantity Project Cost (US$ Million)Quantity Project Cost (US$ Million)No Sector/Sub-sector1 Air Transportation 4 1,354.002 Land Transportation 3 136.003 Marine Transportation 4 2,875.124 Railways 3 4,783.005 Toll Road 14 33,147.536 Water Resources 0 0.007 Water Supply 18 1,978.828 Solid Waste and Sanitaion 6 453.009 Telecommunication 0 0.0010 Power 6 6,478.5011 Oil and Gas 0 0.00Total 58 51,205.97SUMMARY OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS PROJECTSBY PROVINCEix
  10. 10. SUMMARY OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS PROJECTSBY CONTRACTING AGENCY1 Ready for Offer ProjectsCentral Government 2 664.00Local Government 1 100.002 Priority ProjectsCentral Government 13 32,159.53Local Government 10 2,788.173 Potential ProjectsCentral Government 10 6,597.12Local Government 22 8,897.15Total 58 51,205.97No Sector/Sub-sector Quantity Project Cost (US$ Million)x
  11. 11. Table of ContentForeword from Minister .................................................................................................................................................... iiiPlanning Document of Public Private Partnership in Infrastructure Provision ............................................. vSummary of Public Private Partnership Projects Already Tendered ................................................................. viSummary of Public Private Partnership Infrastructure Projects ......................................................................... viiTable of Content .................................................................................................................................................................. xREADY FOR OFFER PROJECTSMarine Transportation1. Tanah Ampo Cruise Terminal, Karangasem, Bali .......................................................................................... 2Toll Road1. Medan – Kualanamu – Tebing Tinggi Toll Road, North Sumatera ......................................................... 3Solid Waste Management1. Solid Waste Management Improvement Project – Bandung Municipal, West Java ....................... 4PRIORITY PROJECTSAir Transportation1. South Banten Airport, Pandeglang, Banten .................................................................................................. 6Toll Road1. Medan – Binjai Toll Road, North Sumatera .................................................................................................... 72. Pekanbaru – Kandis – Dumai Toll Road, Riau ................................................................................................ 83. Palembang – Indralaya Toll Road, South Sumatera .................................................................................... 94. Tegineneng – Babatan Toll Road, Lampung .................................................................................................. 105. Strategic Infrastructure and Regional Development of Sunda Strait, Lampung – Banten .......... 116. Serpong - Balaraja Toll Road, Banten ............................................................................................................... 127. Tanjung Priok Access Toll Road, DKI Jakarta .................................................................................................. 138. Pasir Koja – Soreang Toll Road, West Java ...................................................................................................... 149. Cileunyi – Sumedang – Dawuan Toll Road, West Java ............................................................................... 1510. Terusan Pasteur – Ujung Berung – Cileunyi – Gedebage Toll Road, West Java ................................ 1611. Pandaan – Malang Toll Road, East Java ........................................................................................................... 1712. Balikpapan – Samarinda – Toll Road, East Kalimantan .............................................................................. 1813. Manado – Bitung Toll Road, North Sulawesi ................................................................................................. 19Water Supply1. DKI Jakarta – Bekasi – Karawang Water Supply (Jatiluhur), DKI Jakarta – West Java ..................... 202. Pondok Gede Water Supply, Bekasi, West Java ............................................................................................ 213. West Semarang Municipal Water Supply, Central Java ............................................................................. 224. Lamongan Regency Water Supply, East Java ................................................................................................ 235. Southern Bali Water Supply, Bali ....................................................................................................................... 24Solid Waste and Sanitation1. Solid Waste Treatment & Final Disposal – Greater Bandung Area – West Java ................................. 252. Solid Waste Treatment & Final Disposal – Bogor & Depok – West Java ............................................... 263. Solid Waste Treatment & Final Disposal - Putri Cempo Mojosongo, Surakarta, Central Java ...... 27Power1. South Sumatera – 9 Mine Mouth Coal Fired Power Plant (2 x 600 MW) ............................................. 282. South Sumatera – 10 Mine Mouth Coal Fired Power Plant (1 x 600 MW) ........................................... 293. Jambi Coal Fired Power Plant (2 x 400 MW), Jambi .................................................................................... 304. Karama Hydro Power Plant, West Sulawesi ................................................................................................... 31xii
  12. 12. POTENTIAL PROJECTSAir Transportation1. Kertajati International Airport, West Java ...................................................................................................... 332. Kulonprogo International Airport, DI Yogyakarta ....................................................................................... 343. Development of New Bali Airport, Bali ........................................................................................................... 35Land Transportation1. Consolidated Urban Development, Banda Aceh ......................................................................................... 362. Development of Pekanbaru Cargo Terminal, Riau ...................................................................................... 373. Development of Karya Jaya Integrated Terminal, Palembang, South Sumatera ............................. 38Marine Transportation1. Expansion of Tanjung Priok Port, Cilamaya, Karawang, West Java ........................................................ 392. Development of Pelaihari Port, South Kalimantan ..................................................................................... 403. Development of Maloy International Port, East Kalimantan .................................................................. 41Railway1. Rantau Prapat – Duri – Dumai – Tl. Kuantan – Muaro Railway ............................................................... 422. Integrated Terminal of Gedebage (Railway), Bandung, West Java ........................................................ 433. Revitalization of Yogyakarta Rail Station & Pedestrianization of Malioboro, DI Yogyakarta ........ 44Water Supply1. South Pekanbaru Water Supply, Riau .............................................................................................................. 452. East Agam and Bukittinggi Water Supply, West Sumatera ...................................................................... 463. Expansion of Padang Water Supply, West Sumatera .................................................................................. 474. Karian Water Supply, Banten ............................................................................................................................... 485. North Bekasi Regency Water Supply, West Java .......................................................................................... 496. Jatigede Water Supply, West Java ..................................................................................................................... 507. Ungaran Water Supply, Semarang Regency, Central Java ....................................................................... 518. Central Lombok Water Supply, West Nusa Tenggara ................................................................................. 529. Greater Pontianak Water Supply, West Kalimantan .................................................................................... 5310. East Pontianak Municipal Water Supply, West Kalimantan ...................................................................... 5411. Sampit Water Supply, Central Kalimantan ..................................................................................................... 5512. Palangkaraya Water Supply, Central Kalimantan ........................................................................................ 5613. Improvement Water Supply Palu Municipal, Central Sulawesi ............................................................... 57Solid Waste and Sanitation1. Padang Solid Waste Management, West Sumatera .................................................................................... 582. DKI Jakarta Sewage Treatment Plant ............................................................................................................... 59Power1. Batang Toru Hydro Electric Power Plant (510 MW), North Sumatera .................................................. 602. Merangin Hydro Electric Power Plant (350 MW), Jambi........................................................................... 61Glossary ................................................................................................................................................................................. 63xiii
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  14. 14. Ready for OfferProjects
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  16. 16. Project Code No : D-022-08 -0109-041. Project Title : Tanah Ampo Cruise Terminal, Karangasem, Bali2. Project LocationKarangasem Regency, Bali3. Project DescriptionAn international-standard cruise ship terminal atTanah Ampo will help to stimulate a significantincrease in cruise ship calls, It will benefit East Baliregion in terms of development and employment.The lack of such infrastructure will hold back ship callsand reduce tourism revenue.Tanah Ampo will be obsolete without terminalupgrading.Scope of WorksUpgrading of existing cruise terminal toaccommodate 2 large cruise ships simultaneously.Scope of work, as follows:a. Upgrade terminal building to internationalstandards;b. Expansion of jetty to accommodate cruise shipup to 300 m length;c. Operation and maintenance of the cruiseterminal.Estimated project cost:US$ 36.00 millionEconomic Feasibility:ENPV : US$ 1.41 millionEIRR : 13%PPP Modality:Desain - Build - Operate and Transfer (DBOT)Duration of contract: 25 yearsProject Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : 2011 - 2012Tender : 2012Contract signing : 2013Construction : 2013 - 2014Operation : 20154. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)Completed5. Government Support-6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of TransportationPerson in Charge : Mr. Leon MuhamadPosition : Director General of Sea TransportAddress : Karsa Building 4th Floor Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No.8 Jakarta 10110 INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 3813269Fax : +62 21 3811786 Person in Charge : Mr. Hanggoro Budi WiryawanPosition : Head of Transportation Service and Partnership Analysis CenterAddress : Cipta Building 6th Floor Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No.8 Jakarta 10110 INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 3517608Fax : +62 21 38526717. Other Important Informationa. FBC has been finalized by Bappenas;b. Government of Indonesia (GOI) has spent US$10.03 million on existing terminal. GOI hascommited to fund the upgrade of Rp 200 billion.3ReadyforOfferProjects
  17. 17. Project Code No : P-033-14-0909-021. Project Title : Medan – Kualanamu – Tebing Tinggi Toll Road, NorthSumatera2. Project LocationNorth Sumatera Province3. Project DescriptionThe Medan - Kualanamu – Tebing Tinggi will be analternative route for vehicles heading eastward fromthe city of Medan towards Tebing Tinggi, and will beconnected to the existing Belawan – Medan –TanjungMorawa (Belmera) toll road. The construction of thistoll road will support the growth of the MebidangMetropolitan area and Kualanamu Airport.Scope of WorksDevelopment of Toll RoadTechnical Specifications Length : 61.30 km Design Speed : 100.00 km/h Number of Lane : 2x3 lanes Lane of width : 3.60 m Outer Shoulder Width : 3.00 m Inner Shoulder Width : 1.50 m Median Width : 5.50 mRight of Way : 40.00 m (minimum)Estimated project costUS$ 628.00 millionEconomic Feasibility:EIRR : 20%Financial Feasibility:FIRR : 16%PPP ModalityBuild – Operate – Transfer (BOT)Duration of contract: Not yet decidedProject Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : 2012Tender : Quarter 3 - 2012Contract signing : 2013Construction : 2013 - 2015Operation : 20154. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportTo be provided in the form of :- Land- Part of construction6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of Public WorksPerson in Charge : Mr. A. Gani Ghazaly AkmanPosition : Head of Indonesia Toll Road AuthorityAddress : Gedung Balai Krida Jl IskandarsyahRaya No.35 Kebayoran BaruJakarta Selatan 12110, INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 7258063 / 7257126Fax : +62 21 7257126 / 7254415Email : bpjt@pu.go.id7. Other Important Information-4ReadyforOfferProjects
  18. 18. Project Code No : D-033-22-0210-1001. Project Title : Solid Waste Management Improvement Project –Bandung Municipal, West Java2. Project LocationBandung Municipal, West Java3. Project DescriptionBandung municipal suffers from insufficient capacityfor solid waste disposal following the devastating landslides at the Leuwigajah Final Disposal site in 2005. Itdiverted the location of final disposal to Sarimuktiwhich will have to be closed this year. In line withthe population growth of Bandung municipal, solidwaste production is increasing and demand for moreadvanced solid waste management is critical.Oneofthestrategiesformanagingsolidwastedisposalin Bandung municipal is the use of incinerationtechnology. In the incineration process, heat is asa by-product produced that can be converted intoenergy or electricity.Technical OverviewDemand Forecast : 1600 tons/day in 2011Project Scope : Build and operate of waste toenergy facilityTechnical SpecificationIncinerator to handle 700-1000 tons/day MunicipalSolid Waste (MSW) and create energy (10-12 MW).Estimated Project Cost:US$ 100.00 millionPPP Modality:BOT (Build – Operate – Transfer)Duration of contract : 20 yearsProject Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : CompletedTender : 2012Contract signing : 2013Construction : 2013-2014Operation : 20144. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)Completed5. Government SupportSite of approximately 18 hectares, including anallowance for a buffer zone in Gedebage Sub-Districtis to be provided.6. Contracting AgencyMunicipal Government of BandungPerson in Charge : Mr. Ahmad RekotomoPosition : Head of Environmental Management Agency, Bandung City.Address : Jl. Sadang Tengah No. 4 & 6 Sadang Serang, Bandung, West Java.Phone : +62 22 2514327Fax : +62 22 25143277. Other Important InformationPT Bandung Raya Indah Lestari (PT BRIL) hassubmitted to Bandung Municipal a feasibility studythat recommends a waste-to-energy technology.Bandung Municipal has accepted the feasibilitystudy and decided to implement the project as anunsolicited PPP project.5ReadyforOfferProjects
  19. 19. 6PriorityProjects
  20. 20. 7PriorityProjectsPriorityProjects
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  22. 22. Project Code No : D-022-05-0210-2921. Project Title : South Banten Airport, Pandeglang, Banten2. Project LocationPandeglang Regency, Banten3. Project DescriptionThis area has several tourist attractions (e.g. UjungKulon Conservation Area), and it is estimated that thenewairportwillattract12milliondomesticpassengersby 2020. The Government of Banten proposes todevelop the airport as a commercial airport. Thefeasibility study is currently being undertaken by aprivate proponent.Technical Overview-Scope of WorksDevelopment New Airport.Phase I:a. Runway 2,500 m x 45 m.b. Apron 180 m x 500 mc. Passenger Terminal (21,480 m2).Phase II :a. Runway 3,200 m x 45 m.b. Apron 180 m x 770 m.c. Passenger Terminal (38,080 m2).Estimated project costUS$ 214.00 millionPPP ModalityTo be determinedProject Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2011-2012Tender : 2012Contract Signing : 2013Land acquisition : 2012 - 2013Construction : 2014 - 2015Operation : 20164. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)On goingFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportLand6. Contracting AgencyProvincial Government of BantenPerson in Charge : Mr. Widodo HadiPosition : Head of Local Development Planning Agency, Banten ProvinceAddress : Kawasan Pusat Pemerintahan Provinsi Banten (KP3B) Jl. Syeh Nawawi Al Bantani Palima, serang, INDONESIAPhone : +62 254 267053Fax : +62 254 267052Email : bappeda@bantenprov.go.idPerson in Charge : Mr. Hanggoro Budi WiryawanPosition : Head of Transportation Service and Partnership Analysis Center.Ministry of TransportationAddress : Cipta Building 6thFloor Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No.8 Jakarta 10110 INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 3517608Fax : +62 21 38526717. Other Important Information-9PriorityProjects
  23. 23. Project Code No : P – 033 – 14 – 0109 - 011. Project Title : Medan – Binjai Toll Road, North Sumatera2. Project LocationNorth Sumatera Province3. Project DescriptionConsidering the increased volume of traffic in the cityof Medan and its surrounding areas, North SumateraProvincial Government plans to construct a toll roadconnecting Medan to the city of Binjai. This toll roadis expected to improve economic connections tothe east coast of Sumatera, regional cooperationand the national transportation system. The existingnational road Medan – Binjai is highly congestedwith commuters and long distance vehicles headingto Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam. It also serves truckstransporting oil and plantation produce from thevicinity of Binjai.Technical Overviewvehicles/day in 2011: 14,092Scope of WorksLength : 16.80 kmDesign Speed : 100.00 km/hNumber of Lane : 2x3 lanesLane of Width : 3.60 mOuter Shoulder Width : 3.00 mInner Shoulder Width : 1.50 mMedian Width : 5.50 mRight of Way : 40.00 m (minimum)Estimated project cost:Estimated Project Value : US$ 214 millionLand acquisition : US$ 28.40 millionFinancial Feasibility : FIRR : 12.26%PPP Modality:Build - Operate - Transfer (BOT)The concession period will be granted for 35 years.Project Implementation ScheduleTender : 2014Contract Signing : 2015Construction : 2015-2017Operation : 20174. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportLand acquisition and part of construction cost will beborne by government6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of Public WorksPerson in Charge : Mr. A. Gani Ghazaly AkmanPosition : Head of Indonesia Toll RoadAuthority (Badan Pengatur Jalan Tol)Address : Gedung Balai KridaJl Iskandarsyah Raya No.35Kebayoran BaruJakarta Selatan 12110, INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 7258063 / 7257126Fax : +62 21 7257126 / 7254415Email : bpjt@pu.go.id7. Other Important Information-10PriorityProjects
  24. 24. Project Code No : P – 033 - 14 – 0109 - 091. Project Title : Pekanbaru – Kandis – Dumai Toll Road, Riau2. Project LocationRiau Province3. Project DescriptionThe Riau Provincial Government plans to developthe Pekanbaru – Kandis – Dumai Toll Road as analternative route connecting Pekanbaru with Dumai.The Pekanbaru Municipal is the hub for travelersfrom the other regencies in the province. Dumai is anindustrial area, producing commodities such as palmoil, rubber and coconut and it is also an importantcenter for the petroleum industry.Scope of Works- Length : 135.00 km- Design Speed : 100.00 km/h- Number of Lane : 2 x 3 lanes- Lane of width : 3.60 m- Outer Shoulder Width : 3.00 m- Inner Shoulder Width : 1.50 m- Median Width : 13.00 m- Right of Way : N/AEstimated project costEstimated Project Value : US$ 1,690.00 millionLand acquisition : US$ 97.44 millionFinancial FeasibilityFIRR : 11.44 %Project Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2012Tender : 2013Contract Signing : 2014Construction : 2014 - 2016Operation : 20174. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of Public WorksPerson in Charge : Mr. A. Gani Ghazaly AkmanPosition : Head of Indonesia Toll RoadAuthority (Badan PengaturJalan Tol)Address : Gedung Balai KridaJl Iskandarsyah Raya No.35Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan12110, INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 7258063 / 7257126Fax : +62 21 7257126 / 7254415Email : bpjt@pu.go.id7. Other Important Information-11PriorityProjects
  25. 25. Project Code No : P – 033 – 14 – 0109 - 101. Project Title : Palembang – Indralaya Toll Road, South Sumatera2. Project LocationSouth Sumatera Province3. Project DescriptionIn the past few years, economic growth in SouthSumatera Province increased rapidly particularly inPalembang and Indralaya. Palembang – Indralayatoll road corridor includes Ogan Ilir regency area.The use of land surrounding Palembang – Indralayaroute is generally for housing, fishery and agricultureactivities. Currently Palembang – Indralaya corridor isdirectly by existing artery road.Technical OverviewVehicles/day in 2011 : 10,983Scope of WorksLength : 22.00 kmDesign Speed : 100.00 km/hNumber of Lane : 2x3 lanesLane of Width : 3.60 mOuter Shoulder Width : 3.00 mInner Shoulder Width : 1.00 mMedian Width : 10.00 mRight of Way : 47.50 m (minimum)Estimated project costEstimated Project Value : US$ 111.00 millionLand acquisition : US$ 7.12 millionEconomic Feasibility EIRR : 33.04 %Financial Feasibility FIRR : 14.14 %PPP ModalityBOT ( Build – Operate – Transfer).The concession period will be granted for 35 years.Project Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : 2012-2014Tender : 2014Contract Signing : 2015Construction : 2015-2017Operation : 20174. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of Public WorksPerson in Charge : Mr. A. Gani Ghazaly AkmanPosition : Head of Indonesia Toll RoadAuthority (Badan PengaturJalan Tol)Address : Gedung Balai Krida JlIskandarsyah Raya No.35Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan12110, INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 7258063 / 7257126Fax : +62 21 7257126 / 7254415Email : bpjt@pu.go.id7. Other Important Information-12PriorityProjects
  26. 26. Project Code No : P – 033 – 14 – 0109 - 111. Project Title : Tegineneng – Babatan Toll Road, Lampung2. Project LocationLampung Province3. Project DescriptionTegineneng – Babatan toll road is in the Bakauheni- Bandar Lampung – Terbanggi Besar Toll Road Plan.This corridor is the backbone of the road networksystem in the Lampung Province. In order to reducetraffic on the internal road network of BandarLampung, the Provincial Government intends todevelop the toll road system from Bakauheni on theeast side towards Bandar lampung up to TerbanggiBesar on the west side, with the construction of theTegineneng – Babatan section as the first stage.Bakauheni – Terbanggi Besar toll road is expected topromote economic development.Technical OverviewVehicles/day in 2011 : 12,281Scope of WorksLength : 50 kmDesign Speed : 100.00 km/hNumber of Lane : 2x3 lanesLane of Width : 3.60 mOuter Shoulder Width : 3.00 mInner Shoulder Width : 1.50 mMedian Width : 5.5 mRight of Way : 40.00 m (minimum)Estimated project costEstimated Project Value : US$ 318.20 millionLand acquisition : US$ 28.00 millionEconomic Feasibility EIRR : 22.59 %Financial Feasibility FIRR : 12.77 %PPP ModalityBOT ( Build – Operate – Transfer)The concession period will be granted for 35 years.Project Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : 2011-2013Tender : 2014Contract Signing : 2015Construction : 2015-2017Operation : 20174. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of Public WorksPerson in Charge : Mr. A. Gani Ghazaly AkmanPosition : Head of Indonesia Toll RoadAuthority (Badan PengaturJalan Tol)Address : Gedung Balai KridaJl Iskandarsyah Raya No.35Kebayoran BaruJakarta Selatan 12110, INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 7258063 / 7257126Fax : +62 21 7257126 / 7254415Email : bpjt@pu.go.id7. Other Important Information-13PriorityProjects
  27. 27. Project Code No : P – 033 – 14 – 0909 - 881. Project Title : Strategic Infrastructure and Regional Development ofSunda Strait, Lampung – Banten2. Project LocationLampung and Banten Province3. Project DescriptionScope of Works• Development of multipurpose bridgeapproximately 27.40 km across Sunda Strait.• Area development in Lampung and BantenProvince.Estimated project costEstimated Project Value : US$ 25,000.00 millionPPP ModalityTo be determinedProject Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : 2012-2014Tender : 2014Contract Signing : 2014Construction : 2015Operation : 20254. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)On goingFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe available6. Contracting AgencyImplementing Agency for Development of SundaStraits Strategic Areas and Infrastructure (BadanPelaksana Pengembangan Kawasan Strategis danInfrastruktur Selat Sunda)Address : Jl. Pattimura 20 Kebayoran BaruJakarta Selatan Jakarta 12110, INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 7246487Fax : +62 21 72464877. Other Important Information-14PriorityProjects
  28. 28. Project Code No : P – 033 – 14 – 0412 - 4161. Project Title : Serpong - Balaraja Toll Road, Banten2. Project LocationBanten Province3. Project DescriptionThe regional development in the West of Jakarta,especially in the region of Tangerang is increasingrapidly, causing high accessibility level. Nowadays,residential and industrial area development inSerpong, Tangerang, Serang and their surroundingraise economic and social growth that generate theincrease of good and service movement.The construction of Serpong-Balaraja Toll Road whichis continuance of Jakarta-Serpong Toll Road willbecome a part of Jabodetabek Toll Road Network.This new toll road will connect Jakarta-Serpong TollRoad and Tangerang-Merak Toll Road so that theSouth Jakarta, Serpong and surrounding area will bemore easily connected.Technical OverviewVehicles/day in 2014 : 22,626Scope of WorksLength : 36.30 kmDesign Speed : 80.00 – 100.00 km/hNumber of Lane : 2x3 lanesLane of Width : 3.60 mOuter Shoulder Width : 3.00 mInner Shoulder Width : 1.50 mMedian Width : 12.70 mRight of Way : 60.00 mEstimated project costEstimated Project Value : US$ 687.00 millionLand acquisition : US$ 179.00 millionFinancial Feasibility FIRR : 17.02 %PPP ModalityBOT (Build – Operate – Transfer).Duration of contract : 35 yearsProject Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : 2012-2014Tender : 2014Contract Signing : 2015Construction : 2015-2017Operation : 20174. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)On goingFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of Public WorksPerson in Charge : Mr. A. Gani Ghazaly AkmanPosition : Head of Indonesia Toll RoadAuthority (Badan PengaturJalan Tol)Address : Gedung Balai KridaJl. Iskandarsyah Raya No.35Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan12110, INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 7258063 / 7257126Fax : +62 21 7257126 / 7254415Email : bpjt@pu.go.id7. Other Important Information-15PriorityProjects
  29. 29. Project Code No : P – 033 – 14 – 0109 - 401. Project Title : Tanjung Priok Access Toll Road, DKI Jakarta2. Project LocationDKI Jakarta Province3. Project DescriptionJakarta as the capital city of Indonesia is facing serioustraffic congestion problems. The construction of atoll road to Tanjung Priok Port is expected to reducetraffic volumes on the existing road, particularly fortruck container transportation plying to/fromTanjungPriok Port.Construction of this toll road will be founded byGovernment of Indonesia, while operation andmaintenance will be offered to private parties throughPPP.Scope of WorksLength : 16.67 kmDesign Speed : 80 km/hNumber of Lane : 2 x 3 lanesLane of Width : 3.5 mOuter Shoulder Width : 2.5 mInner Shoulder Width : 0.5 mMedian Width : 2.2 mRight of Way : 30 m (minimum)Estimated project costEstimated Project Value : US$ 612.50 millionLand acquisition : US$ 29.00 millionFinancial Feasibility FIRR : 5 %PPP ModalityOperation and Maintenance (O&M).Project Implementation ScheduleTender : 2013Contract Signing : 2013Construction : Phase 1 has been doneOperation : 20144. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of Public WorksPerson in Charge : Mr. A. Gani Ghazaly AkmanPosition : Head of Indonesia Toll RoadAuthority (Badan PengaturJalan Tol)Address : Gedung Balai KridaJl Iskandarsyah Raya No.35Kebayoran BaruJakarta Selatan 12110, INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 7258063 / 7257126Fax : +62 21 7257126 / 7254415Email : bpjt@pu.go.id7. Other Important Information-16PriorityProjects
  30. 30. Project Code No : P – 033 – 14 – 0109 - 131. Project Title : Pasir Koja – Soreang Toll Road, West Java2. Project LocationWest Java Province3. Project DescriptionIn the past few years, economic growth in SouthBandung has been significant, particularly in thetown of Soreang as the capital of Bandung regency,and in several adjacent areas such as the districts ofMargahayu, Ketapang and Banjaran.This economic growth has resulted in significantlyincreasing traffic as well as new trade centers andindustries - shops, malls, and factories - which lead tochanges in land use. Thus, the accelerated economicgrowth has resulted in major problems for the roadnetwork and traffic has become very congested onsome routes.The 15 kilometers route linking Soreang and Pasirkoja(via the Kopo and Soekarno Hatta roads) is one ofthe most congested routes in the regency and city ofBandung.The Kopo road is the only route that is suitable forheavy vehicles such as buses and trucks betweenSoreang and Bandung. Vehicles can only achievean average speed of 10 -20 km/h. The consequenceis high vehicle operating cost, implying economiclosses to the community. To solve these problems,more high standard roads are needed, including thisnew toll road.Technical OverviewVehicles/day in 2011: 17,528Scope of WorksLength : 15.00 kmDesign Speed : 80.00 km/hNumber of Lane : 2x3 lanesLane of Width : 3.50 mOuter Shoulder Width : 2.00 mInner Shoulder Width : 0.50 mMedian Width : 3.00 mRight of Way : 30.00 m (minimum)Estimated project costEstimated Project Value : US$ 210.00 millionLand acquisition : US$ 47.22 millionEconomic Feasibility EIRR : 21.12 %Financial Feasibility FIRR : 9.82 %PPP ModalityBOT (Build – Operate – Transfer).Duration of contract : 35 yearsProject Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : 2011-2014Tender : 2014Contract Signing : 2014Construction : 2015-2017Operation : 20174. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)On goingFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of Public WorksPerson in Charge : Mr. A. Gani Ghazaly AkmanPosition : Head of Indonesia Toll RoadAuthority (Badan PengaturJalan Tol)Address : Gedung Balai KridaJl Iskandarsyah Raya No.35Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan12110, INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 7258063 / 7257126Fax : +62 21 7257126 / 7254415Email : bpjt@pu.go.id7. Other Important Information-17PriorityProjects
  31. 31. Project Code No : P – 033 – 14 – 0109 - 031. Project Title : Cileunyi – Sumedang – Dawuan Toll Road, West Java2. Project LocationWest Java Province3. Project DescriptionTo support the five year development plan of WestJava Province, the local government of SumedangRegency is developing the eastern part of West Javaby constructing a toll road to connect Cileunyi andSumedang, up to Dawuan. This toll road will providedirectaccessforgoodstransportationfromtheseareasto the port city of Cirebon. This toll road is urgentlyrequired to help shift some of the development of theregion to the east side of Bandung.Technical OverviewVehicles/day in 2011: 13,010Scope of WorksLength : 58.50 kmDesign Speed : 100.00 km/hNumber of Lane : 2x3 lanesLane of Width : 3.60 mOuter Shoulder Width : 5.00 mInner Shoulder Width : 1.50 mMedian Width : 5.50 mRight of Way : 60.00 m (minimum)Estimated project costEstimated Project Value : US$ 1,015.80 millionLand acquisition : US$ 108.60 millionEconomic Feasibility EIRR : 23.32 %Financial Feasibility FIRR : 8.17 %PPP ModalityBOT (Build – Operate – Transfer).Duration of contract : 35 years.Project Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : 2011-2013Tender : 2013Contract Signing : 2013Construction : 2014-2015Operation : 20154. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of Public WorksPerson in Charge : Mr. A. Gani Ghazaly AkmanPosition : Head of Indonesia Toll RoadAuthority (Badan Pengatur Jalan Tol)Address : Gedung Balai KridaJl Iskandarsyah Raya No.35Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan12110, INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 7258063 / 7257126Fax : +62 21 7257126 / 7254415Email : bpjt@pu.go.id7. Other Important Information-18PriorityProjects
  32. 32. Project Code No : P – 033 – 14 – 0109 - 421. Project Title : Terusan Pasteur – Ujung Berung – Cileunyi – Gedebage TollRoad, West Java2. Project LocationWest Java Province3. Project DescriptionDue to rapid traffic growth in Bandung as the capitalcity of West Java, the province is facing serious trafficcongestion problems. To ameliorate this situation, itis important and urgent to construct an inner city tollroad from Terusan Pasteur to Cileunyi and Gedebagethrough Ujung Berung.This toll road will be funded through the Governmentbudget. Operation and maintenance of the toll roadwill be offered to private parties through a biddingmechanism.Technical OverviewVehicles/day in 2011: 45,000Scope of WorksLength : 27.300 kmDesign Speed : 80.00 km/hNumber of Lane : 2x3 lanesLane of Width : 3.60 mOuter Shoulder Width : 3.00 mInner Shoulder Width : 1.50 mMedian Width : - mRight of Way : 30.00 m (minimum)Estimated project costEstimated Project Value : US$ 688.00 millionLand acquisition : US$ 151.44 millionFinancial Feasibility FIRR : 5.00 %PPP ModalityBOT (Build – Operate – Transfer).Part of construction and land acqusition will becarried out by government.Project Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : 2012-2014Tender : 2014Contract Signing : 2015Construction : 2015-2017Operation : 20174. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of Public WorksPerson in Charge : Mr. A. Gani Ghazaly AkmanPosition : Head of Indonesia Toll RoadAuthority (Badan PengaturJalan Tol)Address : Gedung Balai KridaJl Iskandarsyah Raya No.35Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan12110, INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 7258063 / 7257126Fax : +62 21 7257126 / 7254415Email : bpjt@pu.go.id7. Other Important Information-19PriorityProjects
  33. 33. Project Code No : P – 033 – 14 – 0109 - 141. Project Title : Pandaan – Malang Toll Road, East Java2. Project LocationEast Java Province.3. Project DescriptionThe Pandaan – Malang toll road route runs acrossthree administrative areas - Pasuruan Regency,Malang Regency and Malang Municipal. The plannedtoll road is parallel with the existing national road,starting from Pandaan going southward to Purwosari,Purwodadi, Lawang, Singosari, Karangko, and ends atMalang.The Pandaan – Malang toll road will connect Pandaanand Malang in East Java Province. Due to the recentincrease in economic activity, regional development,and consequent increases in traffic, the need for thistoll road network has become urgent.Technical OverviewVehicles/day in 2011 : 22,220Scope of WorksLength : 38.55 kmDesign Speed : 80 - 120 km/hNumber of Lane : 2x3 lanesLane of Width : 3.60 mOuter Shoulder Width : 3.00 mInner Shoulder Width : 1.50 mMedian Width : 12.70 mRight of Way : 60.00 m (minimum)Estimated project costEstimated Project Value : US$ 420.00 millionLand acquisition : US$ 325.66 millionEconomic Feasibility EIRR : 25.93 %Financial Feasibility FIRR : 15.87 %PPP ModalityBOT (Build – Operate – Transfer).The concession period will be granted for 35 years.Project Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : 2011-2013Tender : 2013Contract Signing : 2014Construction : 2014-2015Operation : 20154. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of Public WorksPerson in Charge : Mr. A. Gani Ghazaly AkmanPosition : Head of Indonesia Toll RoadAuthority(BadanPengaturJalanTol)Address : Gedung Balai KridaJl Iskandarsyah Raya No.35Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan12110, INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 7258063 / 7257126Fax : +62 21 7257126 / 7254415Email : bpjt@pu.go.id7. Other Important Information-20PriorityProjects
  34. 34. Project Code No : P – 033 - 14 – 0210 - 2471. Project Title : Balikpapan – Samarinda – Toll Road, East Kalimantan2. Project LocationEast Kalimantan Province3. Project DescriptionThe road network in Kalimantan is part of the priorityBIMP-EAGE Multi Modal Transportation System, withthe objective primarily of enhancing the efficiencyof distribution of goods and services. This proposedprimary-artery toll road has been designated byGovernment decree and is a component of the ASIANHighway as well as the ASEAN Highway network.Scope of Works- Length : 99.40 km- Design Speed : 80.00 km/h- Number of Lane : 2 x 2 lanes- Lane of width : 3.60 m- Outer Shoulder Width : 3.00 m- Inner Shoulder Width : 1.50 m- Median Width : 3.80 m- Right of Way : 40.00 m (minimum)Estimated project costEstimated Project Value : US$ 1200.00 millionLand acquisition : US$ 133.33 millionFinancial FeasibilityFIRR : 8.90 %PPP Modality:BOT (Build – Operate – Transfer).The concession period will be granted for 35 years.Project Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2012-2014Tender : 2014Contract Signing : 2015Construction : 2015 - 2017Operation : 20174. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of Public WorksPerson in Charge : Mr. A. Gani Ghazaly AkmanPosition : Head of Indonesia Toll RoadAuthority (Badan Pengatur Jalan Tol)Address : Gedung Balai KridaJl Iskandarsyah Raya No.35Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan12110, INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 7258063 / 7257126Fax : +62 21 7257126 / 7254415Email : bpjt@pu.go.id7. Other Important Information-21PriorityProjects
  35. 35. Project Code No : P – 033 - 14 – 0109 - 161. Project Title : Manado – Bitung Toll Road, North Sulawesi2. Project LocationNorth Sulawesi Province3. Project DescriptionThe North Sulawesi Provincial Government hasestablished the integrated Economic DevelopmentArea (KAPET) of Manado – Bitung, comprising anumber of programs. These programs include theconstruction of a transhipment port in the BitungMunicipal. The proposed toll road will link Manadowith the city and port of Bitung.Scope of Works- Length : 31.80 km- Design Speed : 80.00 km/h- Number of Lane : 2 x 2 lanes (phase I)2 x 3 lanes (phase II)- Lane of width : 3.60 m- Outer Shoulder Width : 3.00 m- Inner Shoulder Width : 1.50 m- Median Width : 3.00 – 2.50 m- Right of Way : 40.00 m (minimum)Estimated project costEstimated Project Value : US$ 353.00 millionLand acquisition : US$ 26.67 millionProject Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2012Land acquisition : 2012 - 2014Tender : 2014Contract Signing : 2015Construction : 2015 - 2017Operation : 20174. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of Public WorksPerson in Charge : Mr. A. Gani Ghazaly AkmanPosition : Head of Indonesia Toll RoadAuthority (Badan PengaturJalan Tol)Address : Gedung Balai KridaJl Iskandarsyah Raya No.35Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan12110, INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 7258063 / 7257126Fax : +62 21 7257126 / 7254415Email : bpjt@pu.go.id7. Other Important Information-22PriorityProjects
  36. 36. Project Code No : P – 033 – 15 – 0109 - 191. Project Title : DKI Jakarta – Bekasi – Karawang Water Supply (Jatiluhur),DKI Jakarta – West Java2. Project LocationWest Java and DKI Jakarta Province3. Project DescriptionMost of the water supply to Jakarta, Bekasi andKarawang comes from the Jatiluhur reservoir,operated by Perum Jasa Tirta II (PJT II), a state-ownedenterprise.The water flows through an open channel -the West Tarum Canal (WTC) until it reaches the watertreatment plant in the municipalities. The operatorsfor clean water supply are PT Pam Lyonnaise Jaya(PALYJA) and Aetra in Jakarta, PDAM Bekasi andPDAM Karawang. The raw water from Jatiluhur isdegrading due to contamination (domestic andindustrial pollution).The objective of this project is to ensure the supplyof treated water in DKI Jakarta, Bekasi City, BekasiRegency and Karawang Regency, where demand isincreasing.Theprojectconsistsoftheconstructionofanupstreamwater treatment plant and the transmission of treatedwater through a closed-pipe system directly to theoperators in Jakarta, Bekasi and Karawang (i.e. Aetraand PALYJA, PDAM Bekasi and PDAM Karawang).It involves a large WaterTreatment Plant (15m3/s), bigreservoir, and delivery of drinking water to Jakarta viaa pumped long transmission main (1.8 m diameterpipes), supplying five water utilities along the route.Technical OverviewWater demand in Jakarta, Bekasi and KarawangExisting demand : 11 m3/secForecast demand (2025) : 19 m3/secScope of WorksIntakeWater Treatment Plant : 5,000 l/sec (phase I).Treated water reservoirTreated water transmission line 58 km.Estimated project costUS$ 189.00 million (phase I)PPP ModalityBOT (Build – Operate – Transfer)Project Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : 2012Tender : 2012Contract negotiation : 2013Land procurement : Existing canal at WTCConstruction : 2013-2015Operation : 20154. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportNot yet determined6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of Public WorksPerson in Charge 1. Name : Mr. Budi Yuwono PrawirosudirdjoPosition : Director General of SettlementDevelopment (Dirjen Cipta Karya)Address : Jl. Pattimura No.20 Kebayoran BaruJakarta 12110Phone : +62 21 7397754Fax : +62 21 7385226Email : bdywno@pu.go.id 2. Name : Mr. Rachmat KarnadiPosition : Head of Water Supply Development ofSupporting Agency (Ka BPPSPAM)Address : Jl. Pattimura No.20 Kebayoran BaruJakarta 12110Phone : +62 21 7278 9126Fax : +62 21 726 06207. Other Information-23PriorityProjects
  37. 37. Project Code No : P – 033 - 15 - 0109 - 701. Project Title : Pondok Gede Water Supply, Bekasi, West Java2. Project LocationPondok Gede, Bekasi Municipal3. Project DescriptionExisting water service in Pondok Gede Sub-Districtis currently very low. There is only one drilled wellmanaged by PDAM Bekasi with 10 l/s capacity,serving 400 connections. Most of the water is fromshallow wells extracted with the use of an electricpump. Coverage is less than 1%.For Bekasi Municipal, the potential source of water isthe West Tarum Canal which traverses the city. Basedon data from Perum Jasa Tirta II, this canal has anaverage width of 25m, length of 80 km, and a rate offlow as high as 55 m3/sec. Aside for irrigation, it is alsoa raw water source for PAM Jaya and PDAM Bekasi.The Municipal Government of Bekasi is currentlyseeking an allocation of 330 l/sec of raw water fromthis source.Technical OverviewDemand and supply of Kota BekasiExisting supply : 1.535 l/secExisting demand : 2.437 l/secForecast demand : 3.065 l/sec (in 2015)The project entails an intake and a water treatmentplant located at the raw water source (West TarumCanal), with capacity of 300 l/s, and a transmissionmain and service reservoir. The planned service areais Pondok Gede Sub-District, consisting of 5 Villagei.e. Jatiwaringin, Jatibening, Jatimakmur, JatibeningBaru and Jaticempaka. The target is around 28,000connections.Scope of Works• Intake and transmission line• Water treatment plant : 300 l/sec.• Reservoir : 7,000 m3Estimated project costUS$ 20.00 millionPPP ModalityBOT (Build – Operate – Transfer) 20-25 yearsProject Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : 2012Tender : 2013Contract negotiation : 2013Land procurement : 2012-2013Construction : 2014-2015Operation : 20154. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportBekasi municipality will provide land (acquisitionplanned in 2012).6. Contracting AgencyMunicipal Goverment of BekasiPerson in Charge 1. Name : Mr. Achmad ZulnainiPosition : President Director of PDAM Tirta Patriot2. Name : Mr. Tjetjep AchmadiPosition : Technical Director of PDAM Tirta PatriotAddress : Jl. Perjuangan No.44 Bekasi Municipal,West JavaPhone : +62 21 88966161Fax : +62 21 889616087. Other Information-Pondok Gede24PriorityProjects
  38. 38. Project Code No : D - 033 - 15 - 0210 - 1051. Project Title : West Semarang Municipal Water Supply, Central Java2. Project LocationWest Semarang, Central Java3. Project DescriptionThe PDAM has a 3,200 l/s production capacity but atpresent it produces only 2,800 l/s and 2,600 l/s duringthe dry season. PDAM coverage is around 57%; inWestern Semarang coverage is only 33%. Expansion isconstrained by the limited water source and network.Non-PDAM users in Western Semarang get waterfrom dug wells or deep wells that are managed byindividuals or by the community. The exploitation ofunderground water has caused land subsidence inthe northern part of the area.To achieve the MDGs target and avoid landsubsidence, the local government intends to offer theproject under a PPP scheme. This project will supply1,050 l/s water from Jatibarang Dam (to be completedin 2014). It will serve the Western Semarang area,consisting of 3 districts: Semarang Barat Sub District,Tugu Sub District, and Ngaliyan Sub District.Scope of Works• Water Treatment Plant: 1,000 l/s• Service Reservoir• Trunk distribution pipeEstimated project costUS$ 78.00 millionPPP ModalityBOT (Build – Operate – Transfer)Project Implementation Schedule• Land acquisition : 2012 – 2013• Tender process : 2012 – 2013• Financial close : 2014• Construction : 2014 – 2015• Operation : 20164. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)On goingFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportSemarang Municipality will provide land (budgetallocated in 2012).6. Contracting AgencyMunicipal Government of SemarangPerson in Charge :1. Mr. Purnomo Dwi SasongkoPosition : Head of Infrastructure Division –BAPPEDA Semarang MunicipalPhone/Fax : +62 24 3541095Email : purnomo84@yahoo.co.id2. Mr. Ansari SiregarPosition : President Director of PDAM Tirta Moedal– Kota SemarangPhone : +62 24 8311210 / 8315514Fax : +62 24 83140787. Other Important Information-25PriorityProjects
  39. 39. Project Code No : D – 033 – 15 – 0210 - 2801. Project Title : Lamongan Regency Water Supply, East Java2. Project LocationLamongan Regency, East Java3. Project DescriptionLamongan Regency plans to develop a water supplysystem to serve an area along the Java northerncoastalwayknownasPANTURA.Theproposedprojectlocation is in Lamongan Regency, which consistsof 4 sub-districts i.e. Paciran, Brondong, Laren andSolokuro. Pantura is part of the Lamongan SpecialEconomic Zone.Currently only 3% of the population is connected tothe PDAM’s piped water supply system in the area.Significantwaterdemandfromincreasingpopulation,Lamongan Marine Tourism, Lamongan IntegratedShore base, medium to large industries, and fisheryports is not being met.The project entails an intake at the raw water source(the floodway Sedayu Lawas and Rawa Jabung as abackup source during the maintenance of the SedayuLawas floodway channel), a water treatment plantwith capacity of 200 l/s, transmission main and servicereservoir.Technical OverviewDemand and supply of Lamongan Regency:Existing supply : 17 l/secEstimated demand on 2015 : 245 l/secEstimated demand on 2025 : 290 l/secScope of Works• Intakes in 2 location and raw water transmissionline 15 km• Water Treatment Plant: 200 l/s.• Main distribution Pipe + 19 km• Main Reservoir 3,000 m3• Service Reservoir : 2 unit 1,000 m3- 2 unit 500 m3Estimated project costUS$ 16.67 millionPPP ModalityBOT (Build – Operate – Transfer) 20 yearsProject Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : 2011-2012Tender : 2012-2013Contract Signing : 2013Land Acquisition : 2012 - 2013Construction : 2014Operation : 20154. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment of Lamongan Regency will provide land.6. Contracting AgencyRegency Government of LamonganPerson in Charge : Mr. FadeliPosition : Lamongan RegentAddress : Jl. KH. Achmad Dahlan No.01, Lamongan, East Java, INDONESIAPhone : +62 322 321012Fax : +62 322 321454Email : bagumum@lamongankab.go.id7. Other Important Information-26PriorityProjects
  40. 40. Project Code No : D - 033 - 15 - 0109 - 211. Project Title : Southern Bali Water Supply, Bali2. Project LocationKlungkung, Gianyar, Badung Regency, andDenpasar Municipal, Bali3. Project DescriptionTourism and related development in the Denpasarand Badung region is currently being constrained dueto inadequate drinking water supplies. The Provincehas assessed that it is a priority to provide a waterservice to the considerable numbers of householdson the PDAM waiting lists in the Denpasar andBadung areas. Additionally, the current extensive useof groundwater in these areas, particularly by largehotels, should be discouraged since it not sustainablefrom an environmental viewpoint. Reductions inground water abstractions may only be achieved ifalternative sources are made available.The population in Southern Bali in 2010 was 1,973,065or 50.7% of Bali’s population. As an urban area, thepopulation growth rate is relatively high (2.58%)compared to the average population growth in Baliof around 1.25%. Projections indicate a substantialincrease in water demand over the next 15 years inall parts of Bali, particularly in two fast growing areas:Denpasar and Badung. However, water resourcesare scarce in these areas, unlike in neighbouringKlungkung and Gianyar.The project will be located in Southern Bali, whichconsists of the City of Denpasar, and the Regenciesof Badung, Gianyar, and Klungkung. The project willprovide 1800 l/s bulk water supply to meet risingdemand (existing and new customers).The project included water treatment plants for rawwater from the Unda River (capacity 1,500 l/s) andfrom Penet River (capacity 300 l/s), reservoirs, andtransmission from the WTP to the designated deliverypoints.Scope of Works• Intakes• Water treatment plants• Transmission and distribution facilities• Reservoirs• Office and supporting facilities• Delivery pointsEstimated project costUS$ 287.00 millionPPP ModalityBOT (Build – Operate – Transfer) 30 yearsProject Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : 2012Tender : 2013Contract negotiation : 2013Land procurement : 2012-2013Construction : 2014-2015Operation : 20154. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment support is not available for unsolicitedproject.6. Contracting AgencyProvincial Government of BaliPerson in Charge Name : Mr. Cokorda Ngurah PemayunPosition : Head of Local Development PlanningAgency (BAPPEDA), Bali ProvinceAddress : Jl. Agung Tresna, Denpasar 80235, BaliPhone : +62 361 226974Fax : +62 361 2264917. Other Important InformationUnsolicited proposal submitted in December 2011.Project Code No : P – 022 – 05 – 0210 - 2891. Project Title : Development of New Bali Airport, Bali2. Project LocationBali Province3. Project DescriptionThe Bali Provincial Government wishes to develop anew airport on the north coast of Bali to provide a fastand efficient method of transporting passengers to/from other Indonesian cities and to stimulate growth in northern and eastern Bali international tourism.The existing airport of Ngurah Rai, which is at capacity, cannot be expanded, due to its geographical situationThe new airport will allow Bali to reach its fullpotential for domestic and international passengertraffic.Technical Overview-Scope of Works• Runway 3,800 x 60 m, apron, taxiway and parking areas with associated lighting airport approachaids, access road, cargo facilities and cargo apron,etc.• Non Independent Runway 3500 m x 45 m• Land required 700 Ha.Estimated project costUS$ 510.00 million PPP ModalityTo be determinedProject Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2012Tender : 2013Contract Signing : 2013Construction : 2013 – 2015Operation : 20164. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)-FBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of TransportationPerson in Charge1. Mr. Bambang TjahjonoPosition : Director of Airport, Ministry of TransportationAddress : Karya Building 24thFloor Jl. MedanMerdeka Barat No.8 Jakarta 10110 INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 3507577Fax : +62 21 35055712. Mr. Made Mangku PastikaPosition : Governor of Bali ProvinceAddress : Jl. Basuki Rahmat, Nitimandala, Denpasar BaliPhone : + 62 361 235155Fax : + 62 361 2360377. Other Important Information-27PriorityProjects
  41. 41. Project Code No : D – 033 – 22 - 0109 - 251. Project Title : Solid Waste Treatment & Final Disposal – GreaterBandung Area – West Java2. Project LocationBandung, West Java3. Project DescriptionBandung Municipal generated over 1,500 tons/day ofMSW. It is estimated that nationally, only 60-70% ofall generated MSW is transported to the final disposalsites by the institutions in charge of waste andsanitation affairs, meaning that most of the wastesthat are not handled by the city are usually burned ordumped in open spaces.Bandung Municipal lacks a suitable site and financesto construct a new sanitary landfill. Therefore WestJava Province is currently constructing a new sanitarylandfill outside Bandung Municipal at Legok Nangkaand Leuwigajah to be used by Bandung Municipal.Scope of WorksLeuwigajah : 40 haLegok Nangka : 30 haTechnical SpecificationWaste disposal loading 2500 ton/day in 2011.Annual increase estimated at 2.2 %.Sanitary landfill specification.Leachate capture and treatment.Insect vector and odor control.18 hour/day operation 7 days/week.Estimated project costUS$ 80.00 millionPPP ModalityBOT (Build – Operate – Transfer) 20 years.Project Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : Q2/2012Tender : 2012Contract signing : 2012Construction : 2012-2013Operation : 20144. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)On goingFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment support maybe available.Government Guarantee maybe available.6. Contracting AgencyProvincial Government of West JavaPerson in Charge : Mr. Uus MustariPosition : Head of BPSR (Balai Pengelolaan SampahRegional) West Java ProvinceAddress : Jl. Kawaluyaan Indah No.4 Bandung 40286,West Java INDONESIAPhone : +62 22 7332078Fax : +62 22 73320787. Other Important InformationProject study (Pre FS/OBC) is conducted by JICA.BPPSPAM will facilitate GCA to review Pre-FS (FBC)and transaction process.28PriorityProjects
  42. 42. Project Code No : D - 033 - 22 - 0109 - 261. Project Title : Solid Waste Treatment & Final Disposal – Bogor & Depok –West Java2. Project LocationBogor and Depok, West Java3. Project DescriptionThe concept of this project is to operate a sanitarylandfill site which will facilitate efficient disposal ofhousehold, and commercial waste from the districtof Bogor and the cities of Depok and Bogor in finaldisposal site.The final disposal site should incorporate wastesorting, recycling and or composting facilities, itmay also incorporate methane capture for flaring orsecondary power generation.Scope of WorksTechnical OverviewDemand Forecast : 1,200 ton/day of waste in 2011Project Scope : 1 x Final Disposal SiteNambo : 100 haTechnical SpecificationWaste disposal loading 1,200 ton/day in 2011.Annual increase estimated at 1.90 %.Sanitary landfill specification.Leachate capture and treatment.Insect vector and odor control.18 hour/day operation 7 days/week.Estimated project costUS$ 40.00 millionPPP ModalityBOT (Build – Operate – Transfer) 20 years.Project Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : 2012Tender : 2013Contract signing : 2013Construction : 2013-2014Operation : 20144. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)OngoingFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment support maybe available.Government Guarantee maybe available.Construction of access road to the site gate bygovernment).Land acquisition: done for 40 Ha (year 2008)6. Contracting AgencyProvincial Government of West JavaPerson in Charge : Mr. Uus MustariPosition : Head of BPSR (Balai Pengelolaan SampahRegional) West Java ProvinceAddress : Jl. Kawaluyaan Indah No.4 Bandung 40286,West Java INDONESIAPhone : +62 22 7332078Fax : +62 22 73320787. Other Important InformationProject study (Pre FS/OBC) is conducted by JICA.BPPSPAM will facilitate GCA to review Pre-FS (FBC)and transaction process.29PriorityProjects
  43. 43. Project Code No : D – 033 - 22 - 0210 - 2211. Project Title : Solid Waste Treatment & Final Disposal - Putri CempoMojosongo, Surakarta, Central Java2. Project LocationSurakarta Municipal, Central Java3. Project DescriptionSurakarta municipal have 522.574 people (2007)who produce solid waste of 400 – 450 ton per day.60% of total waste is transported to Putri CempoFinal Disposal Site at Mojosongo village, JebresDistrict,  within approximately 5 km from the centerof the city of Surakarta.Limited land for the city of Surakarta to FinalDisposal Site and costs for landacquisition costs for new investment, as wellas ongoing operational costs required forthe processing of waste mentioned above, are themain reason for local government to choose and setthe system technology in the processing of waste forthe city of Surakarta in order to handle muchbetter and the costs required no further increase insize from year to year.The concept is to do integratedsolid waste management (waste prevention, recyclingand composting, and combustion and disposalin properly designed, constructed, and managedlandfills) for Surakarta Municipal.Scope of WorksPutri Cempo Final Disposal Site : 17 haTechnical SpecificationWaste disposal loading 250 ton/day in 2011.Annual increase estimated at 1.2 %.Integrated Solid Waste Centre at Final Disposal Site.Leachate capture and treatment.Insect vector and odor control.18 hour/day operation 7 days/week.Estimated project costUS$ 30.00 millionPPP ModalityBOT (Build – Operate – Transfer) 20 years.Project Implementation ScheduleProject preparation : 2012Tender : 2013Contract signing : 2013Construction : 2013-2014Operation : 20144. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)-FBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment support maybe available.Government Guarantee maybe available.6. Contracting AgencyMunicipal Government of SurakartaPerson in Charge : Mr. Zubaidi HSPosition : Head of Investment and Financial Division,Local Development Planning AgencyAddress : Jl. Jenderal Sudirman No.2 SurakartaCentral Java INDONESIAPhone : +62 271 655277Fax : +62 271 655277Email : ekonomi.bappeda@yahoo.com7. Other Important Information-30PriorityProjects
  44. 44. Project Code No : B - 020 - 05 - 0109 - 861. Project Title : South Sumatera – 9 Mine Mouth Coal Fired Power Plant(2 x 600 MW)2. Project LocationSouth Sumatera3. Project DescriptionSouth Sumatera is endowed with substantial energyreserves, including abundant low rank coal reservethat can be utilized efficiently in mine mouth coalfired power plants.A large portion of the energy produced by the powerplant will be transferred to Java through HVDCtransmission lines.Electricity demand in Java-Bali is expected to grow at7,9%/year and will need additional capacity of 3.500MW/year as per RUPTL 2011-2020.Scope of WorksIPP to develop, finance, design, construct andoperate Coal Fired Power Plants 2x600 MW in SouthSumatera province.Estimated project costUS$ 1,560.00 millionPPP ModalityBOT (Build – Operate – Transfer)Project Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2011-2012Tender : 2012Contract Signing : early 2013Financial Closing : end 2013Construction : 2014-2017Operation : end 20174. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment support maybe available.Government guarantee maybe available.6. Contracting AgencyPT PLN (Persero)Person in Charge : Mr. Monstar PanjaitanHead of IPP Procurement DivisionAddress : Jl. Trunojoyo Blok M1 /135,Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta 12160Phone : +62 21 7227049Fax : +62 21 725 15117. Other Important InformationPre FS finished and PLN prepared for tendering outthe project.31PriorityProjects
  45. 45. Project Code No : B - 020 - 05 - 011 1 - 4151. Project Title : South Sumatera – 10 Mine Mouth Coal Fired Power Plant(1 x 600 MW)2. Project LocationSouth Sumatera3. Project DescriptionSouth Sumatera is endowed with substantial energyreserves, including abundant low rank coal reservethat can be utilized efficiently in mine mouth coalfired power plants.A large portion of the energy produced by the powerplant will be transferred to Java through HVDCtransmission lines.Electricity demand in Java-Bali is expected to grow at7,9%/year and will need additional capacity of 3.500MW/year as per RUPTL 2011-2020.Scope of WorksIPP to develop, finance, design, construct andoperate Coal Fired Power Plants 1 x 600 MW in SouthSumatera province.Estimated project costUS$ 780.80 millionPPP ModalityBOT (Build – Operate – Transfer) 20 years.Project Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2011-2012Tender : 2012Contract Signing : early 2013Financial Closing : end 2013Construction : 2014-2017Operation : end 20174. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment support maybe available.Government guarantee maybe available.6. Contracting AgencyPT PLN (Persero)Person in Charge : Mr. Monstar PanjaitanHead of IPP Procurement DivisionAddress : Jl. Trunojoyo Blok M1 /135,Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta 12160Phone : +62 21 7227049Fax +62 21 725 15117. Other Important InformationPre FS finished and PLN prepared for tendering outthe project.32PriorityProjects
  46. 46. Project Code No : B - 020 - 05 - 0210 - 1651. Project Title : Jambi Coal Fired Power Plant (2 x 400 MW)2. Project LocationJambi Province3. Project DescriptionIPP to develop, finance, design, construct and operateCoal Fired Power Plants 2x400 MW in Jambi Province.The plant will utilise low rank coal reserve which isavailable locally.The power plant will be connected to Sumatera Grid.The plant will serve the demand of Sumatera whichgrows at 10.2%/year.Scope of WorksIPP to develop, finance, design, construct andoperate Coal Fired Power Plants 2x400 MW in JambiProvince.Estimated project cost:US$1,040.20 millionPPP Modality:BOT (Build – Operate – Transfer)Project Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2011 - 2012Tender : 2013Contract Signing : 2014Financing/Land Acquisition : 2014 - 2015Construction : 2015Operation : 2018-20194. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)PLN prepared Pre FSFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment support may be available.Government guarantee may be available.6. Contracting AgencyPT PLN (Persero)Person in Charge : Mr. Monstar PanjaitanHead of IPP Procurement DivisionAddress : Jl. Trunojoyo Blok M1 /135,Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta 12160Phone : +62 21 722704Fax : +62 21 725 15117. Other Important Information-33PriorityProjects
  47. 47. Project Code No : B – 020 - 05 - 0210 - 2141. Project Title : Karama Hydro Power Plant, West Sulawesi2. Project LocationWest Sulawesi Province3. Project DescriptionThe power plant will be connected to West & SouthSulawesi Grid.The project has not been planned in RUPTL 2011-2020.Scope of WorksIPP to develop, finance, design, construct andoperate Hydro Electric Power Plant 450 MW inKarama River, West Sulawesi province.Technical OverviewAdjustment of power development plan forSulawesi is required when the project is committed.Estimated project costUS$ 1,335.50 millionPPP ModalityBOT (Build – Operate – Transfer)Project Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2010-2012Tender : 2012Contract Signing : early 2013Financial Closing : end 2013Construction : 2014-2017Operation : end 20174. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)CompletedFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment guarantee is required.6. Contracting AgencyPT PLN (Persero)Person in Charge : Mr. Monstar PanjaitanHead of IPP Procurement DivisionAddress : Jl. Trunojoyo Blok M1 /135,Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta 12160Phone : +62 21 7227049Fax : +62 21 725 15117. Other Important InformationPLN still review initiator proposalPT PLN (Persero)PETA JARINGAN PROPINSI SULAWESI BARATT/L 70 kV Existing / RencanaT/L 150 kV Existing / RencanaT/L 275 kV Existing / RencanaT/L 500 kV Existing / Rencana////PLTU Existing / RencanaPLTG Existing / RencanaPLTP Existing / RencanaPLTA Existing / RencanaGAUP////PLTGU Existing / RencanaPLTGB Existing / RencanaPLTM Existing / RencanaPLTD Existing / RencanaGBDGUMGI 500 kV Existing / RencanaGI 275 kV Existing / RencanaGI 150 kV Existing / RencanaGI 70 kV Existing / RencanaGI 500/275 kV Existing / RencanaGI 500/275/150 kV Existing / RencanaGI 275/150 kV Existing / RencanaGI 150/70 kV Existing / Rencana////////GBDGUMGAUP////Kit EksistingKit RencanaEdit Mei 2011PERENCANAAN SISTEMPolmasMajeneMamujuPLTU Mamuju (FTP2)2x25 MW - 2015SULAWESISELATANSULAWESITENGAHUkeGI Silae(Sulteng)ACSR 2x240 mm245 km - 2014PasangkayukeGI Pinrang(Sulsel)ACSR 2x240 mm2200 km - 2018PLTA Poko117 MW – 2020A34PriorityProjects
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  49. 49. 37Potential ProjectsProject Code No : D – 022 – 05 – 0109 - 481. Project Title : Kertajati International Airport, West Java2. Project LocationMajalengka Regency, West Java3. Project DescriptionDevelopment of a new international airport northeast of Bandung City (West Java) the aim of thisairport is :• to increase income of Majalengka Regency citizens and surrounding areas during project constructionand airport operation• to reduce passenger and good transportation costs to and from West Java area.• as a complement to Soekarno Hatta Airport, which will increase services of lower cost airporttransportation.• to ease the traffic in Soekarno Hatta Airport.Technical Overview-Scope of WorksDevelopment of the land side facilities of the newairport consist of:• terminal building• cargo and passengers facilities• carpark facilities• eventual development of surrounding aero city/commercial business park of 3,800 HaEstimated project costUS$ 130.00 million (excluding the aero city/commercial business park developmentPPP ModalityTo be determinedProject Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2009 – 2012Tender : 2013Contract Signing : 2014Construction : 2014 – 2016Operation : 20164. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)-FBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government Support-6. Contracting AgencyProvincial Government of West JavaPerson in Charge : Mr. Dicky Saromi Position : Head of Transportation Agency, West Java ProvinceAddress : Jl. Sukabumi 1 Bandung INDONESIAPhone : +62 22 7272258Fax : +62 22 7202163Person in Charge : Mr. Hanggoro Budi WiryawanPosition : Head of Transportation Service and Partnership Analysis Center, Minsitry of Transportation.Address : Cipta Building 6thFloor Jl. MedanMerdeka Barat No.8 Jakarta 10110 INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 3517608Fax : +62 21 38526717. Other Important InformationWill be supported by two toll roads, and railway facility
  50. 50. 38Potential ProjectsProject Code No : D – 022 – 05 – 0111 - 4031. Project Title : Kulonprogo International Airport, DI Yogyakarta2. Project Location Kulonprogo Regency, DI Yogyakarta3. Project DescriptionDevelopment of the new international airport is toanticipate the increasing demand of airline passengerin Yogyakarta area since the current Adisutjipto Airport has insufficient capacity.On the peak hour the airline traffic reaches 1,768 passenger and 22 airlines per hour. The airlinepassengers are predicted to reach 6,000,000 passengers in 2025.The current Adisujipto International Airport cannot be expanded due to the geographical situation, and the status of the airport is an enclave civil and militaryairport.The current Adisutjipto Airport runway is bounded in the east and in the west.Technical Overview-Scope of WorksRunway 3,600 x 45 m, apron, taxiway, terminal building, commercial building, technical building and supporting flight operation with ATC (Air Traffic Control).Estimated project costUS$ 500.00 million PPP ModalityTo be determinedProject Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2012Tender : 2014Contract Signing : 2015Construction : 2015 – 2016Operation : 20174. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)-FBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government Support Land required 700 Ha6. Contracting AgencyProvincial Government of DI YogyakartaPerson in Charge:1. Mr. Cipto HaribowoPosition : Head of Transportation, Communication and Informatics Agency YogyakartaAddress : Jl. Babarsari No.30 Yogyakarta INDONESIAPhone : +62 274 520424Fax : +62 274 4854052. Mr. R. Toto WasdopoPosition : Head of Cooperation and Investment Agency, DI YogyakartaAddress : Kepatihan Danurejan Yogyakarta 55213 INDONESIAPhone : +62 274 552521Fax : +62 274 5525213. Mr. Hanggoro Budi WiryawanPosition : Head of Transportation Service and Partnership Analysis Center, Minsitry of Transportation.Address : Cipta Building 6thFloor Jl. MedanMerdeka Barat No.8 Jakarta 10110 INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 3517608Fax : +62 21 38526717. Other Important Information
  51. 51. 39Potential ProjectsProject Code No : P – 022 – 05 – 0210 - 2891. Project Title : Development of New Bali Airport, Bali2. Project LocationBali Province3. Project DescriptionThe Bali Provincial Government wishes to develop anew airport on the north coast of Bali to provide a fastand efficient method of transporting passengers to/from other Indonesian cities and to stimulate growth in northern and eastern Bali international tourism.The existing airport of Ngurah Rai, which is at capacity, cannot be expanded, due to its geographical situationThe new airport will allow Bali to reach its fullpotential for domestic and international passengertraffic.Technical Overview-Scope of Works• Runway 3,800 x 60 m, apron, taxiway and parking areas with associated lighting airport approachaids, access road, cargo facilities and cargo apron,etc.• Non Independent Runway 3500 m x 45 m• Land required 700 Ha.Estimated project costUS$ 510.00 million PPP ModalityTo be determinedProject Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2012Tender : 2013Contract Signing : 2013Construction : 2013 – 2015Operation : 20164. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)-FBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of TransportationPerson in Charge1. Mr. Bambang TjahjonoPosition : Director of Airport, Ministry of TransportationAddress : Karya Building 24thFloor Jl. MedanMerdeka Barat No.8 Jakarta 10110 INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 3507577Fax : +62 21 35055712. Mr. Made Mangku PastikaPosition : Governor of Bali ProvinceAddress : Jl. Basuki Rahmat, Nitimandala, Denpasar BaliPhone : + 62 361 235155Fax : + 62 361 2360377. Other Important Information-
  52. 52. 40Potential ProjectsProject Code No : D – 022 – 02 – 0112 - 4231. Project Title : Consolidated Urban Development, Banda Aceh2. Project Location Banda Aceh Municipal, Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam3. Project DescriptionThe city-owned Keudah Terminal site is located in theold city centre of Banda Aceh and is currently used as terminal for small buses. The high potential economic value of the 1.05 ha site is not recognised through its current use as public transport terminal generating an approx. income of USD 10,000 annually through user contribution fees for the city. Project proposes that the city develops the site inpartnership with the private sector to make theproject a catalyst for economic growth, tourism andurban development, and a symbol for Banda Aceh as a beautiful riverfront city. Scope of WorksIntegrated urban development consisting of: redevelopment of bus terminal and surrounding public facilities and commercial estate + renovation of old CBD (streets, buildings, green parks and car parks) and realization of wastewater treatment and drainage.Estimated project costUS$ 21.00 millionPPP ModalityPossibly a BOOT concession for 30 years, with cross subsidization from bus terminal to CBD revitalizationProject Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2012Tender : 2013Contract Signing : 2014Construction : 2015Operation : 20164. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)On goingFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMunicipal Government of Banda AcehPerson in Charge : Mr. BahagiaPosition : Head of Bappeda Kota Banda Aceh, NAD Province Address : Jl. Nyak Adam Kamil I No. 19 Banda Aceh - INDONESIAPhone : + 62 651 32398Fax : + 62 651 323977. Other Important Information-
  53. 53. 41Potential ProjectsProject Code No : D – 022 – 02 – 0210 - 2841. Project Title : Development of Pekanbaru Cargo Terminal, Riau2. Project Location Pekanbaru Municipal, Riau3. Project DescriptionPekanbaru is one of the main trading nodes in Riau Province. There are significant cargo flows to/from this area. Cargo loading/unloading activitiesalong the main city roads reduce road capacity andvehicle speeds. An integrated cargo terminal will be developed to centralize these activities so as to ameliorate traffic problems.This cargo terminal development in Pekanbaru should improve freight services and support economicdevelopment.Scope of WorksTerminal development for freight loading/ unloadingin Payung Sekaki (Pekanbaru), including:1. Bandar Raya Payung Sekaki terminal development: 6.20 ha.2. Cargo terminal development: 7.20 ha.3. Gas Station: 2.00 ha.Estimated project costUS$ 40.00 millionPPP ModalityTo be determinedProject Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2012Tender : 2013Contract Signing : 2014Construction : 2014 – 2015Operation : 20164. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)On goingFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMunicipal Government of PekanbaruPerson in Charge : Mr. FirdausPosition : Mayor of PekanbaruAddress : Jl. Sudirman No.464 Pekanbaru, Riau ProvincePhone : +62 761 31543Fax : +62 761 432147. Other Important Information-
  54. 54. 42Potential ProjectsProject Code No : D – 022 – 02 – 0210 - 2851. Project Title : Development of Karya Jaya Integrated Terminal,Palembang, South Sumatera2. Project Location Palembang Municipal, South Sumatera 3. Project DescriptionPalembang, as the capital city of South Sumatera, is on the Musi River, which is utilized for transportation. Currently, the interface between river transport and land/rail transport does not exist. The development of an integrated multimodal terminal in Karya Jaya is expected tofillthisgapforcargoandpassengermovements.Urban growth has generated significant traffic to/from the city causing unacceptable congestion on crossing the Musi River bridge. The integrated multimode terminal developmentwill connect the river, land and rail transport resultingin more efficient and effective passenger and freight transport.Scope of WorksIntegrated terminal development for land, river and rail transport interface, including :1. Development of Karya Jaya Passenger Terminal: 13.30 ha.2. Cargo Terminal: 10.00 ha.3. Train Station: 2.50 ha.4. River Port: 1.50 ha.5. Warehouse Area: 12.60 ha.6. Supporting Facilities/Infrastructure: 7.70 ha. Estimated project costUS$ 75.00 millionPPP ModalityTo be deteminedProject Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2012Tender : 2013Contract Signing : 2014Land acquisition : 2014Construction : 2015Operation : 20164. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)On goingFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMunicipal Government of PalembangPerson in Charge : Mr. Edy Santana PutraPosition : Mayor of PalembangAddress : Jl. Merdeka No.2 Palembang, South Sumatera INDONESIAPhone : +62 711 317172Fax : +62 711 3171727. Other Important Information-6. Contracting AgencyMunicipal Government of PalembangPerson in Charge : Mr. Edy Santana PutraPosition : Mayor of PalembangAddress : Jl. Merdeka No.2 Palembang,South Sumatera INDONESIAPhone : +62 711 317172Fax : +62 711 317172
  55. 55. 43Potential ProjectsProject Code No : P – 022 – 04 – 0111 - 4041. Project Title : Expansion of Tanjung Priok Port, Cilamaya Karawang West2. Project LocationKarawang Regency, West Java3. Project DescriptionThe only ports supporting shipping activities innorthern West Java Province are Tanjung Priokand Cirebon Port. Tanjung Priok Port is currently overcapacity, and Cirebon Port has very limited space for expansion.The future growth of international shipping activitesin northern West Java should be accommodated by adequate port facilities.This will reduce transport costs for industries innorthern West Java area and enhance its comparativeadvantage for export commodities.Scope of WorksHarbor area is about 250 ha with elevation of 4 meters above sea level :1. Reclamation area about 140 ha.2. Ciparage coastal area about 110 ha.Harbor pond depth : 13 m.Harbor pond length : 1.25 km.Harbor pond pier : 2.5 km.Total pier length : 3.4 km.Estimated project costUS$ 1,032.36 millionLand Acquisition: US$ 2.36 millionPPP ModalityTo be deteminedProject Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2013Tender : 2014Contract Signing : 2015Construction : 2015 - 2018Operation : 20194. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)On goingFBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of TransportationPerson in Charge :1. Mr. Hanggoro Budi WiryawanPosition : Head of Transportation Service and Partnership Analysis Center, Minsitry of Transportation.Address : Cipta Building 6thFloor Jl. MedanMerdeka Barat No.8 Jakarta 10110 INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 3517608Fax : +62 21 38526712. Mr. Dicky Saromi Position : Head of Transportation Agency, West Java ProvinceAddress : Jl. Sukabumi 1 Bandung INDONESIAPhone : +62 22 7272258Fax : +62 22 72021637. Other Important InformationMaster Plan is being prepared by JICA.
  56. 56. 44Potential ProjectsProject Code No : P – 022 – 04 – 0210 - 1641. Project Title : Development of Pelaihari Port, South Kalimantan2. Project Location South Kalimantan Province3. Project DescriptionSpecific objectives of government for expansion of this port include upgraded capacity to accommodatethe increased growth of coal traffic and improved operational efficiency.Scope of Works• Expansion of stock yard• Expansion of conveyor system• Expansion of ship loading facilities• Expansion of other facilities including administrative building, repair shop, electric housing, pump room and weighing devices.• Expansion of access road infrastructureEstimated project costUS$ 26.76 millionPPP ModalityTo be determinedProject Implementation ScheduleProject Preparation : 2013Tender : 2014Contract Signing : 2015Construction : 2015 - 2018Operation : 20194. Status of Project Preparatory WorkOBC (Initial Review of Pre FS)-FBC (Final Review of Pre FS)-5. Government SupportGovernment Support maybe availableGovernment Guarantee maybe available6. Contracting AgencyMinistry of TransportationPerson in Charge:1. Mr. Leon MuhamadPosition : Director General of Sea TransportAddress : Karsa Building 4th Floor Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No.8 Jakarta 10110 INDONESIAPhone : +62 21 3813269Fax : +62 21 38117862. Mr. Hanggoro Budi WiryawanPosition : Head of Transportation Service and Partnership Analysis CenterAddress : Cipta Building 6th Floor Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No.8 Jakarta 10110 INDONESIA Phone : +62 21 3517608Fax : +62 21 38526717. Other Important InformationMinistry of Transportation has been developing the port during 2008 - 2011.

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