Malaysian-based Genting Energy Ltd, which is currently developing a gas block in Bintuni, West Papua, has unveiled its plan to develop a petrochemical complex in the Bintuni area as well, in cooperation with an investor from China. The company’s plan has been conveyed to the Industry Ministry. The planned project will be separate from the Indonesian government plan to develop a gas-based petrochemical industrial complex in Bintuni area, one that will process the natural gas produced by Tangguh LNG project, developed by BP.