The time for purchasing Pertalit via QR code has not yet been determined, Pertamina is waiting for the Perpres revision

TEMPO.CO, jakarta – Pertamina Patra Niaga company secretary Irto Ginting said the company has yet to set the implementation date of the QR code for the purchase of subsidized heating oil (BBM). According to him, the company is still waiting for the revision of Presidential Decree No. 141 of 2014.

“We are also awaiting the revision of Perpres 191,” Irto said when contacted on Sunday, July 24, 2022

Originally, using the QR code to purchase Pertalite and Solar subsidized fuel was reported to be effective on August 1st. However, Pertamina is ensuring that sales of Pertalite and Solar will continue as usual until the regulations on fuel supply, distribution and pricing are in place.

However, Irto appealed to people who feel entitled to use subsidized fuel and register their vehicles through various registration channels without delay. Aside from MyPertamina, consumers can register at gas stations or through the website.

“It is hoped that consumers who are eligible for subsidized fuel will be able to register their vehicles immediately. Register only at the time of implementation,” he said.

Irto said the process of buying subsidized fuel is not required to use the Mypertamina application. This means consumers only need to show the QR code printed out or saved on their phone.

Irto explained that the entire registration process for the Targeted Subsidy Program on the My Pertamina website is still ongoing. As of July 23, more than 220,000 vehicles have been registered.

“Of that total, almost 80 percent of the registered vehicles are types of vehicles that use Pertalit, with the rest being users of subsidized solar,” Irto said.

He appreciated the people who supported the Right Targeted Subsidy Program. He also explained that people who would register their vehicles were not just limited to cities or counties that had officially opened the registration period.

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