According to Pertamina, the company has signed an agreement with TPPI to operate the facility for six months.

As part of the deal, TPPI will process around 55,000 to 80,000 barrels of condensate per day (bpd) in the six months.

In addition, TPPI will produce around1.5 million barrels of gasoil and fuel oil, 36,000 tonnes of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and 2.8 million barrels of light naphtha.

Pertamina said, "The restart of TPPI Tuban refinery is intended to provide an opportunity for TPPI to get an income again through the tolling fee derived from the joint-processing agreement."

Pertamina noted that the plant will produce a total of 530,000 tonnes of petrochemicals, while the designed capacity of the condensate splitter is 100,000 bpd.