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PGN’s Gas Sales Corruption

Monday, June 10, 2024

The KPK named a former director of PGN and a businessman as suspects in the gas sales corruption case. The method involved debts settlement.

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An employee of PGN distributes compressed natural gas (CNG) using Gas Transportation Module (GTM) technology or Gaslink Trucks to supply household natural gas in the Semarang area, Central Java, April 16, 2020. ANTARA/Aji Styawan . tempo : 172091950346.

DOZENS investigators from the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) searched seven locations in four different cities during the last week of May. They seized some documents to be added to the investigation files regarding gas trade corruption between Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGN) and Inti Alasindo Energi, which is affiliated with Isar Gas. “There are already two suspects,” said the KPK’s News Section Head, Ali Fikri, on Tu


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Fajar Pebrianto, M. Khory Alfarizi, and Khairul Anam contributed to this report.

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