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OIL AND GAS POLICY AND REGULATION. ROLE OF OIL AND GAS INDUSTRIES. NATIONAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. SOURCE OF STATE REVENUE. DOMESTIC FUEL. INDUSTRY FEEDSTOCK. MULTYPLIER EFFECTS. OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY. HIGH TECH. HIGH CAPITAL. HIGH RISK.

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Oil and gas policy and regulation

OIL AND GAS POLICY AND REGULATION


Role of oil and gas industries

ROLE OF OIL AND GAS INDUSTRIES

NATIONAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

SOURCE OF

STATE REVENUE

DOMESTIC

FUEL

INDUSTRY

FEEDSTOCK

MULTYPLIER

EFFECTS

OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY

HIGH

TECH.

HIGH

CAPITAL

HIGH

RISK


National oil and gas regulatory framework

NATIONAL OIL AND GASREGULATORY FRAMEWORK

LAW NO. 22/2001

CONCERNING

OIL AND GAS

(PARADIGM)

OIL AND GAS POLICY

(POLITICAL PLATFORM)

OIL AND GAS

REGULATION

UPSTREAM BUSINESS

REGULATION

OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY

TECHNOLOGY REGULATION

DOWNSTREAM BUSINESS

REGULATION

SUPPORTING BUSINESS

REGULATION

  • Objective:

  • Efficient and liable oil and gas management

  • Objective:

  • The assurance of oil and gas fuel supply in efficient and adequate amount

  • Objective:

  • Competent oil and gas supporting business

  • Objective:

  • Reliable, Safe, and environmentally friendly oil and gas installation


Fuel policy

FUEL POLICY

SECURITY OF SUPPLY

FUEL CLASSIFICATION

PRICING POLICY

FUELS

POLICY

FUEL DIVERSIFICATION

FUEL SPECIFICATION

FUEL CONSERVATION


Target of energy mix presidential regulation no 5 of 2006

TARGET OF ENERGY MIX(Presidential Regulation No. 5 of 2006)

Hydro Power

3.11%

Oil

Geothermal

20%

1.32%

Gas

Biofuel 5%

28.57%

Geothermal 5%

NRE,17%

Biomass, Nuclear, Hydro Power, Solar, Wind Power 5%

Oil

51.66%

Liquefaction Coal 2%

Coal

15.34%

Coal 33%

Energy Mix 2025

Primary Energy Mix 2006

Gas

30%

Energy Elasticity = 1,8

Energy Elasticity < 1

NON FOSSIL ENERGY < 5%

NON FOSSIL ENERGY

New & Renewable Energy Minimum 17 %


Oil and gas policy and regulation

NATIONAL FUEL SUPPLY


Indonesia energy reserves and production 2008

INDONESIA ENERGY RESERVES AND PRODUCTION (2008)

7

Source : Directorate General of Oil and Gas, 2009


Oil and gas policy and regulation

RT

RG

T

T

NATIONAL FUEL SUPPLY SYSTEM

REFINING

TRANSPORTATION

STORAGE

TRADING

EXPLOITATION

USAGE

CBM

S

LPG IMPORT

P

GAS PIPE

GAS

S

C

R

LNG

C

C

S

LPG

St

St

C

CNG

S

GAS EXPORT

P

CRUDE EXPORT

R

St

S

P

C

OIL

S

C

Max 10%

R

CRUDE IMPORT

St

FUEL IMPORT

C

Process

ALTERNATIVE SOURCES

St

RT = Receiving Terminal

RG = Regasification

S = Separator

P = Pipe

R = Refinery

T = Tank

C = Consumers

St = Station

CBM = Coal Bed Methane


Oil and gas policy and regulation

OIL REFINERIES IN INDONESIA

SOUTH CHINA SEA

PT. PERTAMINA (Persero)

UP II Dumai

CAPACITY : 127 MBCD

PACIFIC OCEAN

PT. PERTAMINA (Persero)

UP V Balikpapan

CAPACITY : 260 MBCD

PT. PERTAMINA (Persero)

UP VII Kasim

CAPACITY : 10 MBCD

PT. PATRA SK

DUMAI

CAPACITY : 25 MBCD

PT. PERTAMINA (Persero)

UP VI Balongan

CAPACITY : 125 MBCD

PT. PERTAMINA (Persero)

UP II Sungai Pakning

CAPACITY : 50 MBCD

PT. PERTAMINA (Persero)

UP III Plaju

CAPACITY : 127 MBCD

PT. TRANS PACIFIC PETROCHEMICAL INDOTAMA

Tuban

CAPACITY : 100 MBCD

PT. PERTAMINA (Persero)

UP IV Cilacap

CAPACITY : 348 MBCD

PUSDIKLAT MIGAS

Cepu

CAPACITY : 3,8 MBCD

OIL REFINERY

(TOTAL CAPACITY: 1.176 MBCD)

Source : Directorate General of Oil and Gas, 2009


Oil and gas policy and regulation

NAD

228,861 KL

Kaltim

3,720 KL

North Sumatera

32,815 KL

UPMS VII

224,140 KL

Kalsel

2,517 KL

Kalbar

7,000 KL

UPMS VI

236,368 KL

UPMS VIII

282,544 KL

Riau dan Kep Riau

101,580 KL

UPMS I

848,214 KL

UPMS II

205,509 KL

UPMS III

1,235,850 KL

UPMS IV

467,470 KL

Jakarta dan Banten

206,809 KL

UPMS V

660,575 KL

Central Java

3,100 KL

East Java

55,649 KL

Total Owned by PT Pertamina (Persero) : 4.16 millin KL

Total Owned by Private Companies : 642 thousand KL

FUEL STORAGE FACILITIES

Source : Directorate General of Oil and Gas, 2009


Fuel supply demand

FUEL SUPPLY DEMAND

Notes:

- Supply = Production + Import

- Tri Wahana Universal Refinery (6,000 barrel/day) and Muba Refinery ( 800 barrel/day) start to operate in 2009.

- Banten Refinery (150,000 barrel/day) start to operate in 2014 (Based on Pertamina’s Project Plan)

Source : Directorate General of Oil and Gas, 2009


Oil and gas policy and regulation

FUEL SUPPLY – DEMAND 2008

Source : Directorate General of Oil and Gas, 2009


Oil and gas policy and regulation

FUEL SUPPLY SECURITY


Fuel supply security

FUEL SUPPLY SECURITY

OPTIMIZING THE UTILIZATION

OF DOMESTIC REFINERIES

REVAMPING EXISTING REFINERIES

EFFORTS

NEW REFINERY DEVELOPMENT

ENCOURAGING ALTERNATIVE FUELS


Indonesia fuel stock

INDONESIA FUEL STOCK

  • ALONG WITH THE ISSUE OF OIL & GAS LAW NO.22 YEAR 2001, AND GOVERNMENT REGULATION NO. 36 YEAR 2005, DOWNSTREAM ACTIVITIES STARTED GROWING INCLUDING BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR FUEL STORAGE.

  • CURRENTLY INDONESIA HAS MERELY THE FUEL STOCK.

  • INDONESIA HAS A 23-DAYS-FUEL STOCK IN REFINERIES, SHIPS, AND COMMERCE


Oil and gas policy and regulation

FUEL DIVERSIVICATION


Oil and gas policy and regulation

SUBSTITUTION OF KEROSENE TO LPG

FOR HOUSEHOLD AND MICRO BUSINESS

Program

Completion

1,63%

20,90%

40,80%

Note:

In 2010, subsidized kerosene remained in the market used only for household in remote area, small business and house lighting.

98,37%

79,10%

80,57%

59,20%

20,40%

Source : Directorate General of Oil and Gas, 2009


B i o f u e l

B I O F U E L

Gasoline Substitute

Bioethanol

Kerosene

Substitute

B I O F U E L

Bio-oil/Pure Plantation Oil

Fuel Oil

Substitute

Gasoil

Substitute

Biodiesel


Oil and gas policy and regulation

CONCLUSIONS


Oil and gas policy and regulation

C O N C L U S I O N S

  • DOMESTIC FUEL CONSUMPTION CONTINUALLY INCREASES WHILE FUEL PRODUCTION IS RELATIVELY CONSTANT. CONSEQUENTLY, TOTAL IMPORTED FUEL IS ESTIMATED TO BE CONTINUALLY INCREASING. DEVELOPMENT AND EXPANSION OF THE EXISTING OIL REFINERIES AS WELL AS CONSTRUCTION OF NEW REFINERIES WOULD BE USEFUL TO REDUCE DOMESTIC DEPENDENCY ON IMPORTED FUEL.

  • ENERGY DIVERSIFICATION PROGRAM IS IMPLEMENTED IN ORDER TO CONSERVE THE LIMITED FOSSIL FUEL SOURCE. NATURAL GAS, BIOFUEL AND COAL UTILIZATIONS ARE MAIN ISSUES IN THE SUBSTITUTION OF CONVENTIONAL FUELS (GASOLINE AND GASOIL).

  • DOWNSTREAM BUSINESS ACTIVITIES, ESPECIALLY OIL AND NATURAL GAS STORAGE BUSINESS IN INDONESIA IS GROWING AND OPEN TO PRIVATE SECTOR.


Oil and gas policy and regulation

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