A fire that broke out in a storage tank at Indonesia's state oil and gas company PT Pertaminas Jakarta storage depot on Sunday 18 January has been extinguished.
The fire consumed 1,300 kilolitres (kl) of petrol stored in a 3,000-kl tank until it was doused on Monday morning.
Pertamina has set up an investigation team to determine the cause of the fire.
The fire that razed the a storage tank had also affected fuel in two nearby tanks.
The two tanks, saved from complete destruction by firefighters, store around 25,000 kiloliters of petrol.
'Our rough estimation [of losses] is around Rp 15 billion (1 million),' Pertaminas marketing and trade director Achmad Faisal says.
'We have not included the future costs of contaminated fuel, largely caused by the water and foam used by firefighters to extinguish the flames, in our calculations.'
The state energy group says supplies would not be affected following the fire at the Plumpang oil depot, which supplies diesel and petrol to the capital Jakarta and to West Java.
Our fuel stock is enough, for now we do not need additional imports, Iin Arifin, Pertamina's VP director, says.
The Plumpang depot's capacity is 30,000 kl of petrol, 15,000 kl of kerosene, and 34,500 kl of diesel.