The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry of Indonesia plans to develop four gas fuel stations in East Kalimantan during 2013 at a total cost of about Rp 114 billion. The ministry will float a tender for engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) works in the first quarter of 2013. Besides the ministry, the state oil and gas company, PT Pertamina, will also build seven such stations at a total cost of Rp 470 billion in 2013. The government is aiming to promote the usage of gas in the country.