Friday, April 15, 2016

1) BP to supply LNG to Indonesia’s PLN to 2033 under new contract

2) Jokowi Requested Crack Papua police chief and police chief
Business Fri Apr 15, 2016 1:51pm BST
1) BP to supply LNG to Indonesia’s PLN to 2033 under new contract
BP (BP.L) will supply Indonesian power utility Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) [PLNEG.UL] with liquefied natural gas (LNG) up to 2033, under a contract it signed on Friday.
Under the contract, BP will supply PLN with 20 LNG cargoes per year from its Tangguh project in West Papua province from 2017 to 2019, and 44 cargoes per year from 2020 to 2033.
"Today is a major milestone, a positive step in progress of Tangguh Train 3 expansion," BP Asia Pacific president Christina Verchere told reporters.
The contract with PLN means all of the cargoes from BP's Tangguh Train 3 project are now committed to buyers, Zikrullah, an official from Indonesia's upstream oil and gas regulator (SKKMigas) said at the contract signing event, adding that a final investment decision on the project is expected in June.

(Reporting by Bernadette Christina Munthe; Writing by Fergus Jensen, editing by David Evans)
A google translate. Be-aware google translate can be a bit erratic.
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2) Jokowi Requested Crack Papua police chief and police chief

                    Police allegedly torturing photo Members KNPB in Dekai (Photo: Doc KNPB Yakuhimo)

JAKARTA, SOUND --- About the arrest and torture of KNPB activists in Papua, the Legal Aid Institute (LBH) Jakarta Joko Widodo asked the President to take action against Papua police chief and police chief. Because the suspected police officers have been responding to the aspirations of the people of Papua with violence.
"LBH Jakarta demanding to Jokowi to crack down on police chief and police chief of Papua that have tarnished the constitutional rights of the Papuan people, and ordered them to immediately release Yus Wenda and Steven Itlay are still being held in Timika." LBH Jakarta wrote in a press release received, this morning (04.15.2016) from Jakarta.
About the alleged torture case against six activists KNPB in Dekai, Yahukimo, LBH Jakarta said it was investigating. LBH Jakarta ask the perpetrators in this case members of the police in Yakuhimo should be punished.
"This incident violates the constitution Article 28I of the Convention against Torture, and the Criminal Code Article 351. To that end, in particular the Criminal Investigation Police Headquarters and Propam must investigate this matter. Perpetrators of torture, even though law enforcement officials, should be punished," said Veronika Koman, Public Defender LBH Jakarta ,
Appropriate monitoring of these media, the day before the massive action in Papua, 13 April, LBH Jakarta with 47 other organ held a press conference in Jakarta that the police do not face a peaceful demonstration in Papua with violence. LBH Jakarta has reported that 63 people were arrested ahead of the people of Papua mediated demo West Papua National Committee (KNPB) demand full membership of the United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP) in the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG). (See also: LBH Jakarta: 63 People Arrested During 9 days in Papua).
Meanwhile, chairman of the West Papua National Committee (KNPB), Victor Yeimo contacted this afternoon in Jayapura said he regretted the police action.
"We were upset, police should look at a peace rally KNPB as learning democracy for the country. It actually proves the police as actors of violence during this time, not as long as this KNPB criminalized," said Yeimo.
A video violence law enforcement officers against demonstrators period on 13 April showed members of the police were smashing the car carrying demonstrators. As uploaded to the facebook page Free West Papua Campaign, 1:20 minute videos that have contributed to national and international public attention to the actions of forces against the people of Papua.
LEA Tabuni

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