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MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF OIL AND GAS. INDONESIA GAS SITUATION. by : Agus Cahyono Adi Deputy Director for Oil and Gas State Revenue. Delivered at: WORKSHOP ON UNCONVENTIONAL GAS APEC ENERGY WORKING GROUP (EWG 41 th ).

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MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES

DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF OIL AND GAS

INDONESIA GAS SITUATION

by :

Agus Cahyono Adi

Deputy Director for Oil and Gas State Revenue

Delivered at:

WORKSHOP ON UNCONVENTIONAL GAS

APEC ENERGY WORKING GROUP (EWG 41th )

VANCOUVER, CANADA, May 9-13,2011

agenda
AGENDA
  • OIL AND GAS CONDITION
  • GAS POLICY
  • GAS INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN AND DEVELOPMENT
  • GAS BALANCE
  • UNCONVENTIONAL GAS DEVELOPMENT
  • GAS DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE

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NATURAL GAS RESOURCES - RESERVES & CBM RESOURCES

ACEH (NAD)

5.74

NATUNA

NORTH SUMATRA

51.46

1.28

CENTRAL SUMATRA

18.33

8.56

PAPUA

EAST BORNEO

SOUTH SUMATRA

4.23

24.32

17.90

CELEBES

WEST JAVA

3.70

6.40

MOLUCCAS

15.22

EAST JAVA

(Advance Resources Interational, Inc., 2003 processed)

GAS RESOURCES = 334.5 TSCF

CBM RESOURCES = 453.30 TCF

Total CBM Basin = 11

(Advance Resources Interational, Inc., 2003)

Signed Contracts up to 2010:

23 CBM PSCs

GAS RESERVES (TSCF)

PROVEN = 108.4 TSCF

POTENTIAL = 48.74TSCF

TOTAL = 157.14 TSCF

(AS OF JANUARY 1st2010)

role of oil and gas for national development
ROLE OF OIL AND GAS FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

OIL &GAS INDUSTRI

INDUSTRIAL RAW

MATERIAL

RESOURCES

Sustainable National Development

FULFILL DOMESTIC

FUEL DEMAND

High Capital

SOURCE OF

STATE REVENUE

High Risk

High Technology

CREATING

MULTIFLIER

EFFECTS

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NATIONAL GAS POLICY

  • IMPROVING EXPLORATION ACTIVITY TO INCREASE NEW RESERVE (CONVENTIONAL AND UNCONVENTIONAL)
  • GAS ALLOCCATION POLICY
  • GAS PRICING POLICY (TO SECURE SUPPLY AND GROW INVESTMENT)
  • INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
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INDONESIA GAS BALANCE MAP 2011-2025

(EXISTING SUPPLY + PROJECT SUPPLY VS CONTRACTED DEMAND)

LAOS

THAILAND

MANILA

BANGKOK

CAMBODJA

VIETNAM

NAD

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

EAST

NATUNA

KUALA LUMPUR

SUMUT

EAST MALAYSIA

SUMTENG

SINGAPORE

KALTIM

DURI

PAPUA

SULAWESI

Grissik

SUMSEL

UJUNG PANDANG

MALUKU SELATAN

JATENG

JATIM

JABAR

PAGERUNGAN

Blok Masela

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INDONESIA GAS BALANCE MAP 2011-2025

(EXISTING SUPPLY + PROJECT SUPPLY VS CONTRACTED DEMAND + POTENTIAL DEMAND)

LAOS

THAILAND

MANILA

BANGKOK

CAMBODJA

VIETNAM

NAD

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

EAST

NATUNA

KUALA LUMPUR

SUMUT

EAST MALAYSIA

SUMTENG

SINGAPORE

KALTIM

DURI

PAPUA

SULAWESI

Grissik

SUMSEL

UJUNG PANDANG

MALUKU SELATAN

JATENG

JATIM

Blok Masela

JABAR

PAGERUNGAN

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2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

ROAD MAP OF CBM DEVELOPMENT IN INDONESIA

Minister Decree No.036/2008, revision to Minister Decree No. 033/2006

Ministerial Regulation No. 036, revision to Ministerial Regulation No. 033/2006

PP: CBM – 1

Rambutan

(GOI Sponsor)

CBM Estimated Production

~1500 MMSCFD

1.0 BcfD

CBM Estimated Production

~500 MMSCFD

Ministerial

regulation

No.1669

CBM Estimated Production

~1000 MMSCFD

CBM for Electricity Pilot Project

1.8 BcfD

2007

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2008

2009

2010

2010

2008

2009

1998

2005

Increasing number of CBM Contract

Average production = 250 MSCFD/ well

Ministerial

Minister Decree No. 033/2006

Legend:

Government Participation

Feasibility study

Technical and Economical

Start of CBM era

(1st CBM PSC Contract )

Start of Commercial Period (Exploration)

Estimated CBM Production

PP:

Pilot Project

cbm utilization planning
CBM UTILIZATION PLANNING

CBM for electrical power

CBM for another domestic consumption

CITY GAS

CNG for TRANSPORTATION

INDUSTRY

CBM for LNG

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LNG Receiving Terminal

THAILAND

LAOS

Manila

Existing Pipeline

Planned Pipeline

Bangkok

CAMBODIA

Philipines

Ban Mabtapud

South

China

Sea

Phnom Penh

VIETNAM

CNG Plant

Ho Chi Minh City

LNG Plant

Erawan

Khanon

Songkhla

Bangkot

Shale Gas Highlight Areas

Lawit

Jerneh

Kota Kinibalu

Guntong

BRUNEI

Banda Aceh

Penang

Alpha

West Natuna

Natuna

Bandara Seri Begawan

Lhokseumawe

Kerteh

Duyong

WEST

MALAYSIA

Mogpu

Kuala Lumpur

Bintulu

Port Klang

Singapore Gas Trunkline

Medan

EAST

MALAYSIA

Port Dickson

Pacific Ocean

Manado

Dumai

SINGAPORE

Kuching

Ternate

HALMAHERA

Bintan

Batam

Duri

Bontang LNG Plant

& Export Terminal

Attaka

Samarinda

KALIMANTAN

Tunu

Padang

Bekapai

Sorong

S U M A T R A

Balikpapan

Jambi

SULAWESI

Jayapura

Grissik

Banjarmasin

Palembang

IRIAN JAYA

SERAM

BURU

Ujung Pandang

Ardjuna Fields

I N D O N E S I A

MADURA

Jakarta

Semarang

Cirebon

Bangkalan

Pagerungan

J A V A

Surabaya

Maluku Selatan

SUMBAWA

FLORES

LOMBOK

BALI

Indian Ocean

TIMOR

SUMBA

AUSTRALIA

SHALE GAS POTENTIAL AND

GAS INFRASTRUCTURE

NAD

BAONG SHALE

KLASAFET FORMATION

TELISA SHALE

GUMAI SHALE

WEST JAVA

Merauke

EAST JAWA

indonesia gas development challenge
INDONESIA GAS DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE
  • Indonesia endowed with potential of variety energy resources conventional as well as unconventional gas
  • Domestic and Global Natural Gas demand increased
  • Government of Indonesia is obliged to guarantee the availability of domestic feed stock and fuel supply (including natural gas).
  • Adequate infrastructure support is required to assure smooth supply and distribution of domestic feed stock and fuel.
  • Source of oil and gas in Indonesia located far from demand centre.
  • Limited oil and gas infrastructures currently hinder feed stock and fuel supply and distribution.
  • Optimizing benefit of natural gas utilization for foreign exchange trade balance and driver of domestic economic growth
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