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REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

List of Medium-Term Planned External Loans (DRPLN-JM) 2011-2014


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Ministry of National Development Planning/ National Development Planning Agency

Foreword

In order to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of external loans utilization and to achieve the development goals as stipulated in the National Medium-Term Development Plan or Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Nasional (RPJMN) 2010-2014, the Government of Indonesia compose a List of Medium-Term Planned External Loans or Daftar Rencana Pinjaman Luar Negeri Jangka Menengah (DRPLN-JM) 2011-2014. The DRPLN-JM 2011-2014 is formulated based upon the Government Regulation Number 11/2011 on Procedure for the Procurement of External Loans and Grants, and the Ministerial Decree of National Development Planning/Head of National Development Planning Agency Number 4 year 2011 on Procedures of Planning, Proposing, Assessing, Monitoring and Evaluating of Projects Financed by External Loans and Grants. DRPLN-JM 2011-2014 contains development project proposals to be financed through external loan. It consists of 132 project proposals that amount to USD 15.43 billion. Project proposals submitted by the Ministries/State Agencies, Local Governments, and State-Owned Enterprises have been through feasibility assessment for external loans. The proposed projects are prepared in line with the development goals of the National Medium-Term Development Plan or Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Nasional (RPJMN) 2010-2014. Through the endorsement of DRPLN-JM 2011-2014, as stipulated in the Ministerial Decree of National Development Planning/Head of National Development Planning Agency Number KEP.94/M.PPN/HK/10/2010, the DRPLN-JM 2011-2014 is expected to be a guidance for ministries/state agencies, local governments, and State-Owned Enterprises in preparing approved projects for further process funded by External Loans and a reference for development partners in preparing their cooperation plans with the Government of Indonesia. Minister for National Development Planning/ Head of National Development Planning Agency,

Armida S. Alisjahbana

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................. 1


1.1 1.2 1.3 Background ................................................................................................................................ 1 Objectives ................................................................................................................................... 2 Scope ........................................................................................................................................... 2

Chapter 2 POLICY AND PLAN FOR THE UTILIZATION OF EXTERNAL LOAN ..................... 3
2.1 2.2 Policy and Principle for the Utilization of External Loan .................................................... 3 Utilization Plan of External Loan ............................................................................................ 3

Chapter 3 DRPLN-JM 2011 2014.......................................................................................................... 5

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Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background

Substantial funding is needed in order to achieve national development goals and development priorities as stipulated in the National Medium-Term Development Plan or Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Nasional (RPJMN) 2010-2014 such as economic growth, improvement of community welfare, fulfillment of basic needs, and provision of infrastructure as well as realization of inclusive and sustainable development. The priority of funding sources comes from domestic sources, public, and private sector. However, due to the limitation of domestic funding, the government will also utilize external funding, among others, through External Loans or Pinjaman Luar Negeri (PLN). The utilization of External Loans is merely in Development Cooperation Scheme by paying attention of mainstreaming of external loans: transfer of knowledge, investment leverage and international cooperation. By these consideration, the utilization of external loan will be directed to achieve national development programs as stipulated in RPJMN 2010-2014. The utilization of PLN is done through planning mechanisms as stipulated in the Government Regulation Number 10/2011 on Procedure for the Provision of External Loans and Grants the Ministerial Regulation of National Development Planning/Head of National Development Planning Agency Number 4/2011 regarding Procedures of Planning, Proposing, Assesing, Monitoring and Evaluation of External Loans and Grants. Referring to the regulations, utilization planning of external loans follows the mechanism as shown in Figure 1 below. External loans can be utilized to finance the development projects in the ministries/state agencies, local governments, and State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs), in accordance to RPJMN, and the direction of the external loan utilization as stipulated in Rencana Pemanfaatan Pinjaman Luar Negeri (RPPLN). The minister, head of government agencies, head of the local governments, and President Director of SOEs should submit proposals to the Minister of National Development Planning/Head of National Development Planning Agency to utilize fund sourced from external loans. The proposals will then be evaluated for their feasibility in line with the development priorities as stated in the RPJMN and RPPLN. Proposals that meet the qualification criteria will be included in the List of Medium-Term Planned External Loans or Daftar Rencana Pinjaman Luar Negeri Jangka Menengah (DRPLN-JM). Since DRPLN-JM is a Government of Indonesia formal document, it is expected that the development partners will refer their financing plans to the DRPLN-JM.

Chapter 1 - Introduction

During the process of projects preparation, the Government of Indonesia undertake assessment on the readiness of the projects. The projects that have partially met the essential readiness criteria and have received funding indication from development partners will be listed in the Priority List of Planned External Loans or Daftar Rencana Prioritas Pinjaman Luar Negeri (DRPPLN). Projects that are fully met the readiness criteria will then be listed on Daftar Kegiatan. The projects that are considered ready for implementation will be submitted to the Minister of Finance for funding negotiation with the respected development partners.
Figure 1. Planning Mechanism of External Loan

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Objectives The objectives of DRPLN-JM 20112014 are as follows: a. As a guidance for ministries/state agencies, local governments, and State-Owned Enterprises in approved projects for further process funded by external loans; b. As a reference for development partners in preparing their cooperation plans with the Government of Indonesia. Scope The DRPLN-JM 2011-2014 covers project proposals of ministries/state agencies, local governments, and State-Owned Enterprises to be funded by external loans, either in the form of Project Assistances (PA) or Technical Assistances (TA) for the period of 2011-2014.

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Chapter 2 POLICY AND PLAN FOR THE UTILIZATION OF EXTERNAL LOAN


2.1 Policy and Principle for the Utilization of External Loan

The policy on development funding as stated in the National Medium-Term Development Plan or RPJMN 2010-2014 is directed to ensure the availability of fund and to optimize the financing of national development towards self-reliance on development funding. In this regard, the main strategies of development funding are (i) optimization of sources and modalities of existing as well as future development funds; and (ii) quality improvement of development funding sources and modalities. In accordance with the development funding policy of RPJMN 2010-2014, the external loan policy as mention in External Loan Utilization Plan (RPPLN) 2011-2014, as follows: (i) macropolicy that is aimed to maintain fiscal sustainability by reducing Debt to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) ratio at least 22 percent (preferably 20 percent) in balance budget 2014; (ii) utilization policy through focusing external loan project accordance with national priorities in RPJMN 2010-2014; (iii) management policy by improving portfolio and risk management; and (iv) institutional policy through strengthening of institutional capacity and improving the coordination mechanism at all stages. Based on the Government Regulation Number 10/2011 and RPPLN 2011-2014, the external loan shall fulfill the following principles: considering state budget capability; transparent, effective and efficient, prudent and accountable; partnership and mutual cooperation; independent and not accompanied by political interest; and not have content that may disturb the states stability and security.

2.2

Utilization Plan of External Loan


External loan is a development funding source from lender with repayment obligations,

so that the utilization has economic consequences in the future. The utilization of external loan must be done carefully in order to achieve development priorities of RPJMN 2010-2014 in an effective and efficient manner. In this context, the utilization of external loan is mainly focus on infrastructure and energy priorities and requires the fulfillment of several criteria as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Support pro-growth, pro-poor, pro-environment; Having a wide range of benefit and innovative so that be a model for replication by domestic financing; Increasing domestic goods and services utilization; Receiving benefit from transfer of knowledge and technology; Reduce development gaps among regions; and Focusing to Line Ministries/Institutions (K/L), Local Government, State Owned Enterprises (SOE) that have proven track record in managing foreign loan.
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Chapter 3 DRPLN-JM 2011 2014

DRPLN-JM 2011-2014 consists of 132 project proposals, which are divided into 95 projects proposed by the ministries / state agencies, 6 projects proposed by local governments, and 31 projects proposed by the State-Owned Enterprises (see Table 1 and Figure 2). There are 2 (two) types of projects, namely Project Assistances (98%) and Technical Assistances (2%).
Table 1. Recapitulation of Proposals in DRPLN-JM 2011-2014 (in US million dollars) No 1 2 3 Institutions Ministries/State Agencies Local Governments State-Owned Enterprises TOTAL *) include USD 55.82 million of grant PA 93 6 30 129 TA 2 1 3 Number 95 6 31 132 Loans 8,697.73 741.55 5,994.20 15,433.48 *) Counterpart Fund 1,125.91 182.63 1,002.27 2,310.81 Total 9,823.65 924.18 6,996.47 17,744.30

Figure 2. Project Proposals in DRPLN-JM 2011-2014


by institution (number) SOE 31 23%
Ministries /State Agencies 95

by kind of project (number) TA 3 2% PA 129 98%

LG 6 5%

72%

The recapitulation of project proposals in DRPLN-JM 2011-2014 explained in Table 2, while the list of overall projects is shown in Table 3.

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Table 2 The Recapitulation of DRPLN-JM 2011-2014 Line Ministries


No Agency PA 1 2 1 2 3 1 1 50 17 17 16 2 3 16 1 5 4 6 4 2 2 1 3 93 TA 1 1 2 Loan 95,000 160,000 123,800 966,300 189,160 74,865 35,200 4,838,534 2,098,765 1,333,707 1,406,062 88,000 322,447 1,362,728 50,000 313,048 242,000 757,680 66,200 98,000 150,000 32,500 95,000 8,697,734*)
(US$000)

Local 9,500 21,500 20,000 3,071 9,761 7,487 270 694,014 317,190 146,000 230,824 8,800 68,872 198.212 5,000 42,042 47,100 104,070 5,500 21,800 22,500 8,125 26,500 1,125,912

1 Government Internal Control Agency 2 Batam Indonesian Free Zone Authority 3 Ministry of Religious Affairs 4 Ministry of Home Affairs 5 Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries 6 Ministry of Communications and Information Technology 7 Ministry of Environment 8 Ministry of Public Works Directorate General of Highways Directorate General of Human Settlements Directorate General of Water Resources 9 Ministry for Development of Disadvantaged Regions 10 Ministry of Education and Culture 11 Ministry of Transportation Directorate General of Land Transportation Directorate General of Sea Transportation Directorate General of Civil Aviation Directorate General of Railways 12 Ministry of Defense 13 Ministry of Agriculture 14 Ministry of Public Housing 15 Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration 16 Indonesian National Police SUB TOTAL *) include USD 36.22 million of grant

Local Government
No 1 Makassar City 2 DKI Jakarta Province 3 Kepulauan Riau Province 4 Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Province 5 Riau Province 6 North Sulawesi Province SUB TOTAL *) include USD 9.10 million of grant Agency PA 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 TA Loan 12,510 500,000 87,142 81,900 20,000 40,000 741,552*)

(US$000)

Local 3,132 75,000 13,000 76,500 5,000 10,000 182,632

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State-Owned Enterprise
No Agency PA 1 7 21 1 SUB TOTAL *) include USD 10.50 million of grant 30 TA 1 1 Loan 30,000 1,188,975 4,675,220 100,000 5,994,195

(US$000)

Local 347,973 574,300 80,000 1,002,273

1 PT. Penjaminan Infrastruktur Indonesia 2 PT. Pertamina 3 PT. PLN 4 PT. Semen Baturaja

TOTAL *) include USD 55.82 million of grant

129

15,433,481*)

2,310,817

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Table 3 List of DRPLN-JM 2011-2014


(US$000)

No
Government Internal Control Agency

Project

PA/ TA

Loan

Local

1 State Accountability Revitalization (STAR) include USD 5 million of grant Batam Indonesian Free Zone Authority 1 Batu Ampar Transshipment Port Development Project 2 The Development of Sewerage System in Batam Island Ministry of Religious Affairs 1 The Development of Four State Institute of Islamic Studies (IAIN) Project Ministry of Home Affairs 1 National Program for Self-Reliant Rural Community Empowerment 2 Simeuleu Physical Infrastructure - Phase II Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries 1 Coastal Community Development 2 Infrastructure Development of Space Oceanography (INDESO Project) 3 Outer Ring Fishing Ports Development - Stage I include USD 2.16 million of grant Ministry of Communications and Information Technology 1 The Improvement on Television Transmitting Stations - Phase II Ministry of Environment 1 Financing Scheme for Emission Reduction Investment include USD 4.60 million of grant Ministry of Public Works Directorate General of Highways 1 Additional Loan for Tanjung Priok Access 2 Asset Management for National Road and Bridge in Urban Area 3 Bandung Intra Urban Toll Road Project (BIUTR) Development Project Phase I 4 Bridge Material Supply for Bridge Replacement Program - Phase II 5 Construction of Arterial Road to Support Belang-Belang International Port 6 Construction of Galala - Poka Bridge 7 Construction of Kendari Bridge 8 Construction of Panajam Bridge (Pulau Balang) 9 Development of Cileunyi-Sumedang-Dawuan Toll Road - Phase I 10 Gorontalo - Djalaludin Airport Road Construction Project

PA

95,000

9,500

PA PA

110,000 50,000

16,500 5,000

PA

123,800

20,000

PA PA

946,300 20,000

3,071

PA PA PA

50,000 30,000 109,160

4,000 1,500 4,261

PA

74,865

7,487

PA

35,200

270

PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA

120,000 86,000 150,000 45,000 60,000 50,032 60,000 150,433 200,000 17,900

18,000 12,900 15,000 4,500 9,000 7,500 6,000 15,000 34,000 1,790

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No

Project

PA/ TA
PA PA PA PA PA PA PA

Loan
50,000 250,000 85,400 87,000 137,000 300,000 250,000

Local
5,000 50,000 12,800 8,700 37,000 30,000 50,000

11 Musi Bridge III Construction - Phase I 12 Regional Road Development Project - Phase I 13 Road Development in Mamminasata Project 14 Tayan Bridge Construction 15 Toll Road Development of Medan-Kualanamu Project 16 Toll Road Development of Solo Kertosono 17 Western Indonesia National Road Improvement Project (WINRIP) Directorate General of Human Settlements 1 Community Based Water Supply and Sanitation Project- Phase I 2 Development of Jatiluhur Water Supply Project - Stage I 3 Drainage Improvement Support Project for Metropolitan Cities 4 Emission Reduction in Cities - Solid Waste Management 5 Greater Bandung Water Supply and Sanitation Project - Phase I 6 Greater Surabaya - Umbulan Water Supply Project - Stage I 7 IKK Water Supply Program and Small Water Treatment Plant for Water Scarcity Area 8 Makassar Water Supply Development Project - Stage II 9 Metropolitan Sanitation Management and Health Project include USD 1.50 million of grant 10 National Community Empowerment Program - Urban Areas in Middle and Eastern Indonesia 11 National Community Empowerment Program - Urban Areas in Western Indonesia 12 National Community Empowerment Program - Urban Areas Nationwide 13 Neighborhood Upgrading and Shelter Sector Project - Phase II 14 Regional Infrastructure for Social and Economic Development Project Phase II (RISE II) 15 Small Scale Water Treatment Plants for Emergency Relief 16 Solid Waste Management Improvement Support Project for Regional and Metropolitan Cities 17 Water Supply System Development for Banten - Jakarta from Karian Dam Directorate General of Water Resources 1 Construction of Dams in East Nusa Tenggara : Including Raknamo Dam, Kolhua Dam, and Mbay Dam 2 Construction of Karian Multipurpose Dam 3 Construction of Kelara - Karalloe Dam 4 Construction of Pandanduri Dam 5 Flood Management in Selected River Basins 6 Integrated Participatory Development and Management of Irrigation Project for Eastern Region of Indonesia - Phase I

PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA

100,000 50,000 30,000 35,000 50,000 50,000 80,000 20,000 36,500 150,000 77,604 409,603 40,000 40,000 25,000 100,000 40,000

15,000 7,500 4,500 20,000 7,500 7,500 15,000 3,000 20,000 4,000 6,000 15,000 15,000 6,000

PA PA PA PA PA PA

125,900 99,000 53,261 52,740 108,700 100,000

12,900 9,900 27,174 7,800 27,170 15,000

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No

Project

PA/ TA
PA PA

Loan
100,000 101,000

Local
15,000 15,000

7 Integrated Participatory Development and Management of Irrigation Project for Western Region of Indonesia - Phase I 8 Integrated Participatory Development and Management of Irrigation Small Scale Project for Eastern Region of Indonesia - Phase I include USD 1.00 million of grant 9 Jakarta Urgent Flood Mitigation Project (JUFMP) include USD 6.00 million of grant 10 Jambo Aye Multi - Purpose Reservoir Project 11 Rehabilitation of Upper Citarum 12 Rentang Modernization Strategic Irrigation - Phase I include USD 1.00 million of grant 13 The Construction of Transfer Water Interbasin Cibutarua-Cilaki ProjectWest Java 14 Urgent Disaster Reduction Project for Mount Merapi and Lower Progo River Area - Phase II 15 Urgent Rehabilitation of Strategic Irrigation Project for Eastern Region of Indonesia include USD 1.00 million of grant 16 Urgent Rehabilitation of Strategic Irrigation Project for Western Region of Indonesia include USD 1.00 million of grant Ministry for Development of Disadvantaged Regions 1 Program for Development of Integrated Transportation Infrastructure in Disadvantaged Areas 2 Solar Energy Utilization for Basic Infrastructure Improvement in Disadvantaged Areas Ministry of Education and Culture 1 Polytechnics Development Project 2 Sustainable Economic Development through Technical and Vocational Education and Training (SED-TVET) include USD 12.96 million of grant 3 The Development and Upgrading of Seven Universities in Improving the Quality and Relevance of Education in Indonesia Ministry of Transportation Directorate General of Land Transportation 1 Intelligent Transport System for Jabodetabek Area - Phase I

PA PA PA PA PA PA PA

156,500 36,000 40,000 201,000 63,750 53,160 40,076

12,600 8,600 25,000 20,000 11,250 7,900 5,749

PA

74,975

9,781

PA PA

58,000 30,000

5,800 3,000

PA PA

75,000 38,347

11,250 10,500

PA

209,100

47,122

PA

50,000

5,000

10

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No
Directorate of Sea Transportation

Project

PA/ TA

Loan

Local

1 Improvement and Development of Indonesian Aids to Navigation 2 Procurement of Fast Boat for Maritime Safety Law Enforcement 3 Procurement of New Generation Passenger Vessel 4 Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) System for Northern Part of Malacca Strait 5 Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) System for Southern Part of Malacca Strait Directorate General of Civil Aviation 1 Airport Development for Disaster Measure and Border Region Development 2 Enhancement of Safety for Air Link to Eastern Indonesia 3 New Communication, Navigation, Surveillance, and Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) System Development in Indonesia 4 The Development of Airport in Papua Directorate General of Railways 1 Bandung Urban Railway Transport Development, Electrification Padalarang-Cicalengka Line 2 Construction of Railway Double Track Kroya-Kutoarjo - Phase II 3 Procurement of Diesel Electric Locomotive 4 Procurement of Electric Rail Cars for Jabodetabek 5 Railway Double Tracking Cirebon-Kroya - Segment I & III 6 Surabaya Regional Railway Line - Phase I 7 Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) East-West and Extension of North-South: Engineering Services Ministry of Defense 1 Improvement of Aeromedical Hospital - Phase II 2 Procurement of Maritime Medical Facilities Program 3 Procurement of Medical Equipment for Army Hospital 4 Provision of Mobile Clean and Drinking Water Treatment System for Emergency Ministry of Agriculture 1 Sustainable Management of Agricultural Research and Technology Dissemination (SMART-D) 2 The Post Tsunami Rehabilitation of Agricultural Infrastructure in Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Province - Phase II

PA PA PA PA PA

78,000 60,000 135,000 14,048 26,000

7,800 9,000 20,250 1,092 3,900

PA PA PA PA

50,000 42,000 100,000 50,000

9,100 8,000 10,000 20,000

PA PA PA PA PA PA TA

157,000 226,000 51,000 67,680 136,000 100,000 20,000

18,000 40,000 7,650 20 20,400 15,000 3,000

PA PA PA PA

13,200 20,000 22,000 11,000

2,500 3,000 -

PA PA

80,000 18,000

20,000 1,800

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No
Ministry of Public Housing

Project

PA/ TA

Loan

Local

1 Infrastructure Development for Large Scale Housing 2 Infrastructure Development for Slum Area Upgrading Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration 1 Revitalization of Vocational Training Centers (VTCs) Indonesian National Police 1 Fast Patrol Boat for the Indonesian National Police 2 Integrated Trunking Radio Communication for Indonesian National Police - Phase I 3 National Criminal Information Center for Indonesian National Police Phase II Local Government of Makassar City 1 Regional Information and Communication Technology Center for Human Resources Development and Public Administration Services (RICT Makassar) Local Government of DKI Jakarta Province 1 Construction of Jakarta Mass Rapid Transit Project Local Government of Kepulauan Riau Province 1 Kepulauan Riau Sea Transportation Project Local Government of Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Province 1 Development of Seulawah Agam Geothermal Becoming Geothermal Power Plant (GeoPP) 40 MW in NAD Province include USD 9.10 million of grant Local Government of Riau Province 1 Southern Pekanbaru Water Supply Project Local Government of North Sulawesi Province 1 North Sulawesi e-Government Implementation Project PT Penjaminan Infrastruktur Indonesia 1 Indonesia Infrastructure Guarantee Fund PT Pertamina 1 Geothermal Total Project Development in Karaha, Unit 1 (30 MW), 2 Geothermal Total Project Development in Lahendong, Unit 5&6 (2x20 MW), 3 Geothermal Total Project Development in Lumut Balai, Unit 3&4 (2x55 MW) 4 Geothermal Total Project Development in Ulu Belu,Unit 3&4 (2x55 MW),

PA PA

100,000 50,000

15,000 7,500

PA

32,500

8,125

PA PA PA

35,000 40,000 20,000

7,000 16,000 3,500

PA

12,510

3,132

PA

500,000

75,000

PA

87,142

13,000

PA

81,900

76,500

PA

20,000

5,000

PA PA

40,000 30,000

10,000 -

PA PA PA PA

89,056 95,150 320,610 255,310

30,124 56,844 55,784 123,487

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No

Project

PA/ TA
PA PA PA

Loan
135,449 117,000 176,400

Local
42,607 16,325 22,802

5 Geothermal Upstream Project Development in Hululais, Unit 1&2 (2x55 MW), 6 Geothermal Upstream Project Development in Kotamobagu, Unit 1,2,3,4 (4x20 MW), 7 Geothermal Upstream Project Development in Sungai Penuh, Unit 1&2 (2x55 MW), PT PLN 1 500 kV Java - Bali Crossing 2 Bakaru II Hydro Electrical Power Plant (2x63MW) 3 Containerized Diesel Power Plant 4 Engineering Service of Tulehu 1,2 Geothermal Power Plant (2 x 10 MW) 5 Hululais 1&2 Geothermal Power Plant (2x55 MW) 6 Improvement of Java-Bali Electricity Distribution Performance 7 Java-Bali Submarine Cable 150 kV Circuit 3&4 8 Kotamobagu Geothermal Power Plant (4x20 MW) 9 Lombok Steam Coal Power Plant (2x25MW) 10 Merangin Hydro Electrical Power Plant (2x175 MW) 11 Muara Tawar Add-on Block 2 Combined Cycle Power Plant (500 MW) 12 Outside Java-Bali Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) 13 Pangkalan Susu Steam Coal Power Plant (SCPP) 2x200 MW 14 Parit Baru Steam Power Plant (2x50 MW) 15 Scattered Transmission Line and Substation in Indonesia 16 Scattered Transmission Line and Substation in Indonesia - Phase II 17 Strengthening West Kalimantan Power Grid 18 Sungai Penuh 1&2 Geothermal Power Plant (2x55 MW) 19 Takalar Steam Coal Power Plant (2x100 MW) in South Sulawesi 20 Tulehu 1&2 Geothermal Power Plant (2x10 MW) include USD 10.5 million of grant 21 Upper Cisokan Pumped Storage Hydro Electrical Power Plant (1,000 MW) 22 Indramayu Steam Coal Power Plant 2x1,000 MW - Phase I: Engineering Services PT Semen Baturaja 1 Baturaja II Project

PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA PA TA

300,000 133,000 13,800 47,920 147,000 100,000 56,000 110,000 86,000 476,000 400,000 30,000 383,000 133,000 525,000 375,000 99,000 140,000 250,000 75,500 774,000 21,000

50,000 37,000 5,700 16,000 15,000 6,000 12,000 10,000 53,000 60,000 68,000 23,000 30,000 37,500 11,000 16,000 44,100 7,000 73,000 -

PA

100,000

80,000

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