PT Barito Pacific Tbk. (“Barito Pacific” or “the Company”) was established on April 14, 1979 under the name of PT Bumi Raya Pura Mas Kalimantan. Barito Pacific's core businesses are industry leaders in power generation and petrochemical production. The Company owns industrial assets in renewable and resource oriented sectors that offer significant growth potential through business diversification and vertical integration.
PT Chandra Asri Petrochemical Tbk (CAP) is a merger of two biggest chemical producer companies in Indonesia, PT Tri Polyta Indonesia (TPI) and PT Chandra Asri (CA). Since the merger in 2011, CAP became the biggest Indonesia’s publicly listed petrochemical company. Currently, Barito Pacific Group and SCG Chemical Co., Ltd. (SCG), a subsidiary of SCG Group, are the main shareholders of CAP.
Started to take part in participating and supporting the national economic growth and achieving the prosperity and welfare in Indonesian people, in 2003 Star Energy was established as an independent national energy company whose operation bases are mainly in Indonesia. Since then, Star Energy has become an integral part of Indonesia's energy sector
PT Griya Idola was established in 1989 as a company that manages the properties of Barito Pacific, including Wisma Barito Pacific, the head office of Barito Pacific and several of its subsidiaries, as well as other property assets in Jakarta. In line with its development, PT Griya Idola began to expand to industrial and commercial property development.
Indo Raya Tenaga (“IRT”) is a joint venture between PT Barito Pacific Tbk (49%) and Indonesia Power (51%) that is developing 2 x 1,000 MW coal-fired project (Java 9 and 10) in Banten Province. IRT’s office is located at Sentral Senayan.