MSP Pulau Obi power station
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MSP Pulau Obi power station is a 114-megawatt (MW) coal-fired station in Pulau Obi, North Maluku, Java, Indonesia.
The satellite photo below shows the plant at the Megah Surya Pertiwi ferronickel smelter in Pulau Obi, North Maluku, Java, Indonesia.
Background on Plant
The 3 x 38 MW MSP Pulau Obi power station provides electricity to the Megah Surya Pertiwi ferronickel smelter in Pulau Obi, Indonesia. Construction on the smelter and the power station began in 2015, with a total investment in the facility of USD 380 million. Construction of the first three ferronickel production lines and of the coal-fired power station was completed in 2016.
- Sponsor: PT Megah Surya Pertiwi (MSP)
- Parent company: PT Megah Surya Peftiwi (MSP)
- Location: Pulau Obi, North Maluku, Java, Indonesia
- Coordinates: -1.5306415, 127.4191151 (exact)
- Status: Operating
- Gross Capacity: 3 x 38 MW
- Type: Unknown
- Start date: 2016
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Articles and resources
- Kresna Duta, Harita Group Mulai Bangun Smelter US$ 320 Juta, CNN Indonesia, June 12, 2015
- Megah Surya Pertiwi rampungkan pembangunan smelter feronikel line keempat, Kontan, Jun. 3, 2018
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