RINA has recently secured a contract in Indonesia to update the Climate Change Risk Assessment and the Greenhouse Gas Study Report for the Balikpapan and Lawe-Lawe refineries.
The tender was launched by PT Kilang Pertamina Balikpapan (KPB), a reputable oil and gas company in Indonesia with core business competencies in the refinery industry. KPB is an affiliate of state-owned oil giant PT Pertamina (Persero) or known as Pertamina, which manages a new refinery in Balikpapan.
Our final client is PT Pertamina Maintenance & Construction, a subsidiary of Pertamina, Indonesia’s State Owned energy company, with the business scope that includes EPC (Engineering Procurement Construction) Service, Commissioning & Startup, Operation & Maintenance, Plant Services and Training Services.
For the Refinery Development Master Plan (RDMP) of the Refinery Unit V of Balikpapan and Lawe-Lawe Project, we will develop a study describing the potential climate-related risks associated with the project based on combined considerations of the relevant climate hazards and relevant aspects of vulnerability and adaptive capacity:
- the Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA) Scoping Study Report
- the Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA) Study Report
- the GHG Study
- the Decarbonization Study.
We are committed to promoting sustainable development and reducing carbon emissions.
With our expertise in conducting Climate Change Risk Assessments, Greenhouse Gas Studies, and Decarbonization Studies, we are well-equipped to help companies like Pertamina achieve their sustainability goals.