Fri, 11 Dec 2009
From: The Jakarta Globe
By Irvan Tisnabudi
Indonesia state electricity firm PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara’s coal-fired power project in Labuan, Banten province, will be fully operational by March and will supply the Java-Bali grid with an additional 600 megawatts, State-Owned Enterprises Minister Mustafa Abubakar said on Thursday.

Two other coal-fired projects - at Indramayu, West Java and Rembang, Central Java - were expected to be completed and fully operational by June.

The Rp 5 trillion ($530 million) Labuan project, which consists of two 300 MW coal-fired plants, is being built by Chinese contractor Chengda Engineering and local firm PT Truba Jurong Engineering.

It is one of only three projects being developed this year under the first phase of the government’s 10,000 MW “fast-track” program.

Together, the Labuan, Indramayu and Rembang projects will add 1,890 MWs to PLN’s total capacity of around 24,000 MWs.

Mustafa said the two Labuan plants, once fully operational, would increase the supply of electricity to the Java-Bali grid, which has suffered numerous blackouts during the past three months, and meet the country’s increasing energy demand, estimated to be growing at 7 percent a year.

He said using coal at the plants would save PLN $420 million a year. “With coal as the fuel for the plants, the state will save more than $210 million per year for each of the Labuan plants due to its lower cost compared to using high-speed diesel,” Mustafa said.

Energy Minister Darwin Saleh said the government was expecting all 35 of the projects in the first phase of the fast-track program to be operational by 2013.

PLN president director Fahmi Mochtar said construction of the Indramayu and Rembang projects was 80 percent complete.

“The Indramayu unit I and II plants in West Java and the Rembang unit I and II plants in Central Java will hopefully start operating in June 2010,” he said.

PLN has come under harsh criticism in recent months over its inability to provide the Java-Bali grid with enough electricity.

Djimanto, deputy chairman of the Indonesian Employers Association (Apindo), on Thursday welcomed news of the new plant openings, but said PLN still had much more work to do to ensure that the country did not continue to suffer from power outages.

Many areas outside Java and Bali still suffered power cuts regularly, he added.

“Other than the power plants, PLN also needs to focus on the management and distribution of the electricity to ensure that all areas in the country have their [electricity] needs fulfilled, especially areas outside Java and Bali,” Djimanto said.


Fri, 11 Dec 2009
From: JakChat
Comment by Marmalade
Ahem.
Quoting: biznews
Additional Srtupidity On The Way for Java and Bali,Man in Pub Says

by Irvine Tistheseason.

Indonesia state population firm PT Ngentot Hati-Hati's semen-fired people project in Labia, Banten province, will be fully operational by March and will supply the Java-Bali grid with an additional 600 megawati's per hour, State-Owned Enterprises Minister Mustafa Rotibakar said on Thursday.

Two other semen-fired projects - at Indramayu, West Java and Jiggijig, Central Java - were expected to be completed and fully operational by June.

The Rp 5 trillion ($530 million) Labia project, which consists of two 300 cubic litre semen-fired plants, is being built by Chinese contractor Smegma Engineering and local firm PT Banyak Mani Engineering.

It is one of only three projects being developed this year under the first phase of the government’s 10,000 people-per-day “fast-track” program.

Together, the Labia, Indramayu and Jiggijig projects will add 1,890 idiots to PT NHH’s total capacity of around 24,000 fucktards.

Mustafa said the two Labia plants, once fully operational, would increase the supply of confused wastes of oxygen to the Java-Bali grid, which has suffered numerous blackouts during the past three months, and meet the country’s increasing stupidity and ignorance demand, estimated to be growing at 7 percent a year.

He said using condoms in bed would save Indonesia $420 million a year. “With condoms as a preventative dam (not that we are great with dams here either), the state will save more than $210 million per year due to its lower cost compared to using low-speed humans,” Mustafa said.

Energyless Minister Darwin Sucks said the government was expecting all 35 of the projects in the first phase of the fast-track program to be operational by 2620, give or take a decade.

PT NHH president director Fahmi Rigid said contraception of the Indramayu and Rembang projects was 80 percent complete.

“Fill up this space with a random quote supporting earlier reported facts as the story is not quite making the required column inches” he said.

PT NHH has come under harsh criticism in recent months over its inability to provide the Java-Bali grid with enough ignorance.

Djimantoman, deputy chairman of the Indonesian Employers Association (SLAK), on Thursday welcomed news of the new plant openings, but said PT NHH still had much more work to do to ensure that the country did not continue to suffer from WTF outages.

Many people outside Java and Bali still suffered plastic spoon cuts regularly, he added.

“Other than do there fucking jobs, they could spend a little less time with their heads up their arses or poking people and playing frigging Farmville on Facebook, the clueless, feckless nobbing tossers” Djimantoman said.




Fri, 11 Dec 2009
From: JakChat
Comment by Sammy Jankis
Quoting: Marmalade
Ahem.
Additional Srtupidity On The Way for Java and Bali,Man in Pub Says

by Irvine Tistheseason.

Indonesia state population firm PT Ngentot Hati-Hati's semen-fired people project in Labia, Banten province, will be fully operational by March and will supply the Java-Bali grid with an additional 600 megawati's per hour, State-Owned Enterprises Minister Mustafa Rotibakar said on Thursday.

Two other semen-fired projects - at Indramayu, West Java and Jiggijig, Central Java - were expected to be completed and fully operational by June.

The Rp 5 trillion ($530 million) Labia project, which consists of two 300 cubic litre semen-fired plants, is being built by Chinese contractor Smegma Engineering and local firm PT Banyak Mani Engineering.

It is one of only three projects being developed this year under the first phase of the government’s 10,000 people-per-day “fast-track” program.

Together, the Labia, Indramayu and Jiggijig projects will add 1,890 idiots to PT NHH’s total capacity of around 24,000 fucktards.

Mustafa said the two Labia plants, once fully operational, would increase the supply of confused wastes of oxygen to the Java-Bali grid, which has suffered numerous blackouts during the past three months, and meet the country’s increasing stupidity and ignorance demand, estimated to be growing at 7 percent a year.

He said using condoms in bed would save Indonesia $420 million a year. “With condoms as a preventative dam (not that we are great with dams here either), the state will save more than $210 million per year due to its lower cost compared to using low-speed humans,” Mustafa said.

Energyless Minister Darwin Sucks said the government was expecting all 35 of the projects in the first phase of the fast-track program to be operational by 2620, give or take a decade.

PT NHH president director Fahmi Rigid said contraception of the Indramayu and Rembang projects was 80 percent complete.

“Fill up this space with a random quote supporting earlier reported facts as the story is not quite making the required column inches” he said.

PT NHH has come under harsh criticism in recent months over its inability to provide the Java-Bali grid with enough ignorance.

Djimantoman, deputy chairman of the Indonesian Employers Association (SLAK), on Thursday welcomed news of the new plant openings, but said PT NHH still had much more work to do to ensure that the country did not continue to suffer from WTF outages.

Many people outside Java and Bali still suffered plastic spoon cuts regularly, he added.

“Other than do there fucking jobs, they could spend a little less time with their heads up their arses or poking people and playing frigging Farmville on Facebook, the clueless, feckless nobbing tossers” Djimantoman said.



ahem.


Fri, 11 Dec 2009
From: JakChat
Comment by KuKuKaChu
grammarnazi


Fri, 11 Dec 2009
From: JakChat
Comment by Marmalade
Who says history can't be re-written? whistle


Fri, 11 Dec 2009
From: JakChat
Comment by KuKuKaChu
editting cnut


Fri, 11 Dec 2009
From: JakChat
Comment by Marmalade
Quoting: KuKuKaChu
editting cnut

Ahem.


Fri, 11 Dec 2009
From: JakChat
Comment by KuKuKaChu
Quoting: Marmalade
Who says history can't be re-written? whistle


http://jawawa.net/index.php?id=15119&topic=10068


Fri, 11 Dec 2009
From: JakChat
Comment by Marmalade
Yawn.


Fri, 11 Dec 2009
From: JakChat
Comment by Sammy Jankis
Fart.


Fri, 11 Dec 2009
From: JakChat
Comment by Marmalade
Scratch balls.


Fri, 11 Dec 2009
From: JakChat
Comment by Om Pong
picks nose


Fri, 11 Dec 2009
From: JakChat
Comment by Marmalade
Smells Jankis' fart. 6/10


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From: JakChat
Comment by Jack2010
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Sorry, Om.



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