Belonging to PT. Pertamina (state-owned enterprise for energy, oil and gas), fuel terminal Wayame (Terminal Bahan Bakar Minyak Wayame or TBBM) is one of the fuel terminals located in the eastern part of Indonesia. The Wayame terminal is managed by the Marketing Operation Region (MOR) VIII under the marketing directorate of PT. Pertamina. The MOR Region VIII covers Maluku, North Maluku, Papua and West Papua Provinces. Wayame TBBM receives supply from Pertamina Refinery Unit as well as foreign (imported) fuel products. The fuel is normally brought by tankers and stored at Wayama TBBM. As a transit terminal, it supplies fuel to Maluku island and to MOR VIII terminals using the ships.
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Monthly update on fuel price can be found at: http://www.mytravelcost.com/petrol-prices/
Are there national priorities in the availability of fuel? (i.e. are there restrictions or priorities for the provision of fuel such as to the military?)
The National Military of Indonesia has an agreement with PT. Pertamina for fuel supplies, Lubricant, Aviation fuel and Vigas or LGV.
Is there a rationing system?
Is fuel to lower income / vulnerable groups subsidized?
Yes, certain type of diesel and petrol are subsidised, as well as kerosene.
Can the local industry expand fuel supply to meet humanitarian needs?
Is it possible for a humanitarian organization to directly contract a reputable supplier / distributor to provide its fuel needs?
Possible, this however needs to be further discussed with the suppliers.
The distribution of fuel in Ambon city is using fuel trucks with capacity vary between 5000 KL up to 16000 KL. In addition, distributions for consignment backloading and industry are using tankers.
Standards, Quality and Testing
Wayame terminal equipped with laboratory which has standardised by the National Accreditation Committee (KAN). The laboratory is used for checking the fuel quality and quantity accuracy.
Industry Control Measures
Do tanks have adequate protection against water mixing with the fuel?
Yes. By density separator system
Are there filters in the system which monitor where fuel is loaded into aircraft?
Yes, there is a filter to segregate oil and water
Is there adequate epoxy coating of tanks on trucks?
Is there a presence of suitable firefighting equipment?
Yes. Fire extinguishers such as foams, sprinklers and fire pumps are placed around the corner
Is there a national or regional standards authority?
Yes, available in SOP and guidelines
If yes, please identify the appropriate national and/or regional authority.
If yes, are the standards adequate/properly enforced?
Yes, in principle the work has been carried out according to the standard
Are there national testing laboratories?
Fuel Quality Testing Laboratory
Jl. Putuhena Km 24 Ambon
Telephone and Fax
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