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Project Framing
Medan LPG Terminal 4 x 5000 M3 (4 x 2500 MT)

Inisiatives History
Small team had been starting the preproject inisiatives
since July 2011:
Pre-Survey study for site selection:

Social economy
Geographic
Preiminary Bathimetry and Topography Survey
Utility and access

Conceptual design study


Lesson learn and best practise workshop (Benchmark to three (3)
LPG Terminal in Indonesia: Gresik, Makassar, and Semarang).

Spending budget by today USD 125,000

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Facility Description

The Medan LPG Terminal is built and designed with a capacity of


20,000 M3 (10,000 MT) to support LPG storage facility. The LPG
terminal facility is completed with four spherical tanks with 5,000 M3
(2500 MT) capacity each and six filling points to truck as distribution
facilities. In accordance with LPG need in Sumatera island which
reaches 5,000 M3 (2,500 MT) per day, the LPG terminal is supposed
to be able to store for 11-day need.
The LPG, which arrives by ship, is collected in the terminal facility for
distribution. From the ship tanker, it is pumped on to the spherical
tanks. Subsequently, the LPG level in the spherical tanks is measured
by ship unloading metering package to monitor the level. The LPG
received from ships are propane and/or butane and mixed in the
spherical storage tanks by 40:60 ratio (propane=40%, butane=60%).

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LPG Product Properties


Parameters

Units

Propane LPG

Butane LPG

Mixed LPG
(C3:C4 = 60:40)

Density (liquid)

Kg/m3

506.4

572.1

546.5

Density (gas/vapor)
Vapor pressure
@ T-max (38.2 degC)
Vapor Pressure
@T-normal (28 degC)
Vapor Pressure
@T-min (17.8 degC)

Kg/m3

1.77

2.4

2.2

barg

11 (max)

2.4 (max)

6.55 (max)

barg

9.0

1.5

4.85

barg

6.5 (min)

0.83 (min)

3.45 (min)

Viscosity (liquid)

cP

0.1

0.15

0.13

Viscosity (gas)

cP

0.01

0.01

0.01

Gr/mole

44

58

52.5

0.98

0.97

0.975

330

335

333

Gas MW
Gas Compressibility Factor (Z)

Gas Coefficient (C)

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Cash Flow of LPG Capital and Operation


Interest(US$)

8.50% p.a.

CostEscalation

6.00% p.a.

LoanPeriod

OperatingCost
Rp11,568,000,000

7 years

US$1= Rp9,000
ThruputfeeLAUT $29.50 Rp265,500
ThruputfeeDARAT $22.00 Rp198,000
Daysinyear
312
Loan $55,000,000.00 110%ofCAPEX
Year
MT/dayLAUT
MT/yearLAUT
MT/dayDARAT
MT/yearDARAT
CASHIN
Loan
ThruputfeeLAUT
ThruputfeeDARAT

360,000,000,000

270,000,000,000

180,000,000,000

96,707,764,478

96,707,764,478

(6,707,764,478) (141,707,764,478)

Monthlyexpenses

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$10,745,307 Rp96,707,764,478

Rp1,200,000,000
Rp180,000,000

Total

Rp636,000,000 Rp14,192,900,000

10

11

12

13

14

15

300
93,600
1,000
312,000

300
93,600
1,000
312,000

300
93,600
1,000
312,000

300
93,600
1,000
312,000

300
93,600
1,000
312,000

300
93,600
1,000
312,000

300
93,600
1,000
312,000

300
93,600
1,000
312,000

300
93,600
1,000
312,000

300
93,600
1,000
312,000

300
93,600
1,000
312,000

300
93,600
1,000
312,000

300
93,600
1,000
312,000

24,850,800,000
61,776,000,000

24,850,800,000
61,776,000,000

24,850,800,000
61,776,000,000

24,850,800,000
61,776,000,000

24,850,800,000
61,776,000,000

24,850,800,000
61,776,000,000

24,850,800,000
61,776,000,000

24,850,800,000
61,776,000,000

24,850,800,000
61,776,000,000

24,850,800,000
61,776,000,000

24,850,800,000
61,776,000,000

24,850,800,000
61,776,000,000

24,850,800,000
61,776,000,000

86,626,800,000

86,626,800,000

86,626,800,000

86,626,800,000

86,626,800,000

86,626,800,000

86,626,800,000

86,626,800,000

86,626,800,000

86,626,800,000

86,626,800,000

86,626,800,000

86,626,800,000

14,192,900,000
96,707,764,478

15,044,474,000
96,707,764,478

15,947,142,440
96,707,764,478

16,903,970,986
96,707,764,478

17,918,209,246
96,707,764,478

18,993,301,800

20,132,899,908

21,340,873,903

22,621,326,337

23,978,605,917

25,417,322,272

26,942,361,609

28,558,903,305

112,654,906,918 113,611,735,464 114,625,973,723

18,993,301,800

20,132,899,908

21,340,873,903

22,621,326,337

23,978,605,917

25,417,322,272

26,942,361,609

28,558,903,305

TotalCashOut 366,707,764,478 276,707,764,478 110,900,664,478 111,752,238,478


Margin
CumulativeMargin

Rp608,900,000

135,000,000,000

TotalCashIn 360,000,000,000 135,000,000,000


CASHOUT
ConstructionCost
OperatingCost
LoanPayment

CapexCost
Onshoreoffshore
$50,000,000 Rp450,000,000,000

Salary
Consumables
Maintenance
Rent
Operations

(24,273,864,478)
(24,273,864,478)

(25,125,438,478)
(49,399,302,956)

(26,028,106,918)
(75,427,409,874)

(26,984,935,464)
(102,412,345,338)

(27,999,173,723)
(130,411,519,061)

67,633,498,200
(62,778,020,862)

66,493,900,092
3,715,879,230

65,285,926,097
69,001,805,327

64,005,473,663
133,007,278,990

62,648,194,083
195,655,473,073

61,209,477,728
256,864,950,801

59,684,438,391
316,549,389,192

58,067,896,695
374,617,285,887

1,182,741,667

1,253,706,167

1,328,928,537

1,408,664,249

1,493,184,104

1,582,775,150

1,677,741,659

1,778,406,159

1,885,110,528

1,998,217,160

2,118,110,189

2,245,196,801

2,379,908,609

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Next Plan
No.

Description

By Who

By When

Estimated
Cost

1.

Location Down Payment

Maris

Sept-2012

USD 50,000

2.

FEED Study

Bambang

Sept-2012

USD 250,000

3.

Contract Awarding
Strategy

Small Team

Oct-2012

USD 50,000

4.

Fund Strategy and


Tactical Plan

Small Team

Oct-2012

USD 50,000

5.

Bidding Process and


Contract

Small Team

Nov-2012

USD 50,000

6.

Project Execution
Preparation

Small Team

Dec-2012

USD 50,000

Total Estimated
Cost

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USD 500,000

LPG Terminal MEM Gresik-P&ID

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LPG Terminal MEM Gresik - Plot Plan

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LPG Terminal Bosowa Makasar-P&ID

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LPG Terminal Bosowa Makasar - Plot Plan

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LPG Terminal Bosowa Makasar - Plot Plan

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LPG Terminal Optima Semarang-P&ID

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LPG Terminal Optima Semarang-Plot Plan

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PT. Energy Project Resources

Company Profile
PT. Energy Project Resources
Address:
Graha Simatupang 1st Building, 5 th floor D
Jl. Letjend. TB Simatupang Kav. 38 Jati Padang, Jakarta Selatan
Telepon/Fax : +62 21 782 9157 / +62 21 782 9158
e-mail: bari@epro-resources.com; business@epro-resources.com
website: www.epro-resources.com

Welcome !

PT. ENERGY PROJECT RESOURCES (EPRO)


Graha Simatupang 1st Building, 5 th floor D
Jl. Letjend. TB Simatupang Kav. 38 Jati Padang, Jakarta Selatan
Telepon/Fax : +62 21 782 9157 / +62 21 782 9158
e-mail: bari@epro-resources.com; business@epro-resources.com
website: www.epro-resources.com

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Best Practice Moment


PM Impact on Asset/Project Value
Value Identification

Value Realization
Good
Project
Execution

Good
Project
Definition

VALUE

PM Impact on Asset/Project Value

B
Poor Project
Execution

C
Poor Project
Definition
Phase 1
Opportunity
Identified

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Select
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D
Phase 3
Develop
Preferred
Alternative

Phase 4
Execute

Phase 5
Operate

Source: Independent Project Analysis (IPA)

Who is EPRO?

Vision

OUR VISION

To be the EPC and OM Service Company by delivering world class services

OUR PERFORMANCE

We will continue to build excellent Performance by:


A focus on the needs of our customers.
Methods to capture, share, and apply our knowledge to deliver customer solutions.
Tools to identify and manage behavior competency to the benefit of our stakeholders.

OUR MISSION

Mission

To create added value for our stakeholders:


Customers: To be our customers' benchmark EPC and O/M Services
improvement.
Employees: To be the employer of choice in the energy marketplace.
Shareholders: To consistently deliver superior earnings growth and return on capital.
Communities: To have a positive impact on the quality of life in all of the communities
that we live.

OUR VALUES

Value
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These values are inherent in everything we do:


Integrity: We live by the highest ethical standards, honest and dependable.
Teamwork: We respect each other's perspective and share knowledge and resources
to achieve
High performance: Passion to excellent, deliver value, innovative and deliver quality
services of unmatched value, constantly raising the bar on our performance.
Diversity: Inclusive, respect for cultures
Partnership: Collaborative and relationship

EPRO Way

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Profitable Growth

PT. Energy Project Resources

Continues
Performance
Improvement

Strong
Leadership
and
Master
Company
Plan
(Strategic
and
Tactical)

Sales and Product


Enhancement

Excellent Costumer Services


Customer Value Added
Services
Marketing and Sales Strategy
Innovation

Cost Reduction

Loss Reduction Strategy and


Innovation
Continues Cost Reduction
Program

Continues Learning
and People
Competencies
Development

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Continues Productivity
Improvement
Performance Development
and Monitoring

Lesson learn and Best


Practice Sharing Forum
Employee Training and
Seminar
Knowledge Mgt Program

Sustained
Superior
Performance

Operation
Excellence
(Word Class
Services)

Introduction (1)
FOREWORD
EPRO is a national engineering consultant which established in 2007 with the
objective of providing professional, high-quality, cost competitive engineering
services that meet the expanding needs of the Indonesia oil and gas,
petrochemical, infrastructure and other related energy industries. EPRO
resources are consisted of experienced and competence man-powers who
have completed many engineering projects for rapidly expanding industry for
over the past 15 years.
The entire EPRO Organization is project based and designed to focus on
efficient and dependable in what we do with a smart resources network to
guarantee proximity to our customers.
OUR PURPOSE
To create value added for our people and stakeholders.

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Introduction (2)
PHILOSOPHY OF EPRO COMPETENCY
The experience and expertise of every member of the organization will be
transformed into high quality products and services providing maximum benefit
for the customer..

Based on a strong team spirit, new ideas and creativity


will be supported, discussed and tested without friction.
The management and staff retain a high level of
responsibility instead of several bureaucratic decision
levels.
Those organizations are structured in a Closed Control
Loop to ensure the highest quality level through
permanent improvement of process efficiency and
maximization of customer satisfaction.

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Introduction (3)
QUALITY PHILOSOPHY OF PROJECT DELIVERABLE
EPRO core expertise is its engineering and project management excellence and
its approach to ensuring that the design and technology selected is right for its
intended use.
Our excellence in the area of EPCCM is founded on the principle of do it right
for the first time. The advantages to YOUR COMPANY of this EPCCM
excellence include the delivery of improved lifecycle costs for the plant, ease of
constructability and enhanced operation and maintenance, reliability, shorter
construction schedules and an allied safer site.
Our philosophy is to be close to our client and his team. This integrated open
approach works to deliver an excellent project. This will be particularly noted in
the areas of industrial relations, heritage and environmental management. We
will enthusiastically work to align ourselves and our values with those of YOUR
COMPANY and its team.

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Introduction (4)
HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT (HSE)
Safety, and the whole gamut of modern HSE, is an extremely high priority for
EPRO Project Team. Our safety performance is excellent and complemented
by safety support systems. This will be primary in our approach and
performance and is demonstrated by our experience on previous projects. Our
large EPCCM project clients can, and will, enthusiastically vouch for our
performance and enthusiasm for safety.
TEAM AND TEAMWORK
Our team comprises very experienced and competent professionals who are
used to working in a dynamic team and taskforce environment to deliver a
project in a timely manner. We have used our l resources to ensure that the
best people are in the team and can be an integral part of the project delivery. It
will be seen that the quality of the team members is first class and experienced
in the engineering, project execution and construction skills required.

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What is EPRO Process?

THE COMPETITIVE
INTELLIGENCE CONVERSION
PROCESS
By synthesizing and analyzing
data, we can transform data
into information.
Next we apply high levels of
experience and insights to
information, transforming it
into intelligence.
And if we can act on the
intelligence, then it is value
added by helping us in
strategic decision making.

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Data

Analyze
Synthesize

Information
Insight

Intelligence
Competitive
Advantage

Experience

Organizational Capability

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Company Organization
PT. Energy Project Resources
PT.ENERGY PROJECT RESOURCES
(HOLDING)

Strategic Business Unit 1


(SBU-1)

Strategic Business Unit 2


(SBU-2)

SBU 1
Project Management and
Engineering Consultant

Project
Management

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Engineering

Strategic Business Unit 3


(SBU-3)

SBU 2
Engineering Procurement Construction and
Installation (EPCI) Contractor

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Procurement

Construction/
Installation

Commissioning/
Startup

SBU 3
Operation and
Maintenance Services

Maintenance
Services

Operation
Services

Operation and Maintenance Services

SBU 3
Operation and Maintenance
Services

Operation
Services

Operation
Engineering

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Supply

Maintenance
Services

Process
Equipment Rental

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Tank and
Machinery

Pipeline
Maintenance

Field
Instrumentation/
Metering/
Industrial
Controls

Scope of Supply
Operation Services
Operator
Engineer
Man
Power
Supply

Technician
Operation Management
Security
Operation Trainings

PIMS
Reliability Engineering
Predictive/ Preventive Maintenance

Operation
Engineering

Tank

Operation Assurance
Operation Excellence

Process
Equipment
Rental

Compressor/ Pump/ Separator/ Vessel


Power Plant
Processing Plant/ Terminal

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Scope of Supply
Maintenance Services
ROW Clearing and Maintenance
Pipeline Repair
Tank Cleaning

On Site Painting
Hydro Testing

Tank and
Machinery

Tank Painting
Tank Repair

Heavy Hauling
Machinery Lubrication

Pipeline
Services
(Onshore
/
Offshore)

Hot tapping
Road Boring
Leak Detection
Pipeline Pigging, Cleaning and Drying
Pipeline Inspection
New Pipeline Installation

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Field
Instrumentation/
Metering/
Industrial
Controls

Meter Skid Fabrication and


Installation
Field Instrument Calibration
PLC/ DCS/SCADA System
Integrator

EPRO Scope of Services

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EPRO Scope of Service


Oil and Gas Plant

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EPRO Scope of Service


Oil and Gas Plant
(JO with Lima Bintang Jaya Abadi)

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EPRO Scope of Service


Oil and Gas Plant
(JO with Lima Bintang Jaya Abadi)

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EPRO Scope of Service


Power Plant
(JO with MedCom)

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EPRO Project Application Notes


Transmission Distribution Pipeline
(JO with Tonsco International and Hokasa Mandiri)

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EPRO Experience List

EPC, 20 MW Gas Turbine Power Plant, IPP Project, Tarakan, Cahaya Sakti/ Medcomm Power, 2012.
PMC Services (Project Management and Engineering Services), Makassar LPG Terminal, 20.000 m3
capacity, Bosowa and Pertamina, 2010.
PMC Services, Mixed Use Balikpapan Project, a Property Project, PT. Rumpaka Jaya, 2009.
PMC Services (Project Management and Engineering Services), Santan Crude Terminal Safety Ugrade
(Fire Protection System), Chevron Indonesia company, with PT. Elnusa, 2009.
PMC Services (Project Management and Engineering Services), Gresik LPG Terminal, 20.000 m3 capacity,
Maspion Energy Mitratama and Pertamina, 2009.
PMC Services (Project Management and Engineering Services), FEED Design, Maspion Jetty Fire
Protection Improvement, HESS-Pangkah Indonesia, with PT. Promatcon Tepat Guna, 2008.
Detail Instrument and Electrical Design, Area 12 North Duri Development, Chevron Pacific Indonesia, Riau,
Indonesia, with Truba Jaya, 2008.
PMC Services (Project Management and Engineering Services), FEED Pondok Tengah, Oil and Gas
Production Facility, 20.000 BOPD, 15 MMSCFD Gas, including Water Treatment Plant, Oil and Gas
Terminal, SPM and SPL and Power Plant, Fire Potection System, Pertamina EP, Indonesia, with Singgar
Mulia, 2007.
FEED of Coal Fired Power Plant 2x7 MW Gorontalo, Wali Nusa Energi, Indonesia, with MLD/ DHV, 2007.
Feasibility Study and FEED of Coal Fired Power Plant 2x100 MW, West Sumatra, PLN, Indonesia, with
PPGT, University of Indonesia Jakarta, 2007.
Feasibility Study and FEED of Coal Fired Power Plant 2x100 MW, Lampung, PLN, Indonesia, with PPGT,
University of Indonesia Jakarta, 2007.
Site Selection Study, Suban Gas Plant phase 3 project, ConocoPhillips, Indonesia, with MLD/ DHV, 20072008.

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Selected EPRO Resources


Experiences List

EPC Project, Well Surveillance SCADA Project Covering Instrument and Electrical Engineering Design,
EPC, Commissioning and Start-up, included developing SCADA standard for the organization, US 12 MM.
EPC Project, Duri Central Gathering Station (CGS) 10 Project, PT. Oil and Gas Facility Pacific Indonesia,
US 115 MM
EPC Project, Duri Automatic Well Test 10 Project, PT. Oil and Gas Facility Pacific Indonesia, US 10 MM
EPC Project, Duri CGS Sand Plant Project, PT. Oil and Gas Facility Pacific Indonesia, US 28 MM
EPC Project, Duri Automatic Well Test 8 project, PT. Oil and Gas Facility Pacific Indonesia, US 5 MM
FEED Study, Reliability Improvement of Duri 13.8 KV Power Distribution Project, PT. Oil and Gas Facility
Pacific Indonesia, US 300 K
SCADA of COGEN Power Plant Project, PT. Oil and Gas Facility Pacific Indonesia, US 100 K
EPC Project, Minas 6D Power Substation Project, 2 x 28 MVA. Including the control room building, 115 KV/
13.8 KV Switchyard and its SCADA, PT. Oil and Gas Facility Pacific Indonesia, US 3 MM
EPC Project, Minas Power Plant 9 Project, Gas Turbine, 33 MVA. Including the control room building, 115
KV/ 13.8 KV switchyard and its SCADA, PT. Oil and Gas Facility Pacific Indonesia, US 15 MM
EPC Project, Minas Power Plant 10 Project, Gas Turbine, 33 MVA. Including the control room building, 115
KV/ 13.8 KV switchyard and its SCADA, PT. Oil and Gas Facility Pacific Indonesia, US 16 MM

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Projects Application Notes


Survey

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Projects Application Notes


Piling and Concrete Works

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Welding and Erection