Document Type : Review Paper


1 Department of Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Technic, Bhayangkara Jakarta Raya University, DKI Jakarta, Indonesia.

2 Department of Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Technic, Pelita Bangsa University, Jawa Barat, Indonesia.


The number of pipeline construction industry and electricity prices in Indonesia from 2013 to 2019 has increased. In order for the pipeline construction industry to be sustainable and competitive, the industry must strive to reduce electricity consumption, one of which is the ISO 50001 energy management system approach. This research identifies energy intensity data; energy performance data from Significant Energy Use (SEU) in the production process of the pipeline construction industry and comparing it with baseline values; targets to be achieved; and analyzing the effects of machines, materials, methods, human and environmental factors on energy consumption. Based on the results of the discussion, this research can conclude that the construction of piping work requires electricity for the cutting and welding process. The highest electrical intensity intensity is in the welding process, which averages 16.4 KJ/cm (88.2% of total energy consumption) and the cutting process is 2.2 KJ/cm (11.8% of total energy consumption). So a significant use of energy for corrective action is that the pipe work process is a welding process. Factors that cause high energy consumption/energy intensity in pipe construction work include method and material factors. Result of every factors can reduce the electricity consumption of the welding process from 16.4 KJ/cm to 7.5 KJ/cm (54.3%).


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