JAKARTA (rambuenergy.com) – The Indonesian Special Task Force for Upstream Oil and Gas Business (SKK Migas) projects Indonesia’s oil production in 2015 to reach 849,000 barrels per day (bpd), higher than last year’s average production of 794,250 bpd.
SKK Migas Chairman Amien Sunaryadi said during a hearing with Commission VII of the House of Representative (DPR) on Monday that the higher oil production was supported by new projects that will come on stream this year.
As reported by detik.com, there are about 15 projects that will start producing this year, including Pertamina Hulu Energy West Madura Offshore (PHE WMO) which would add 1,000 barrels a day, Bunyu field owned by Pertamina which will add 5,711 bpd.
There will also additional oil production from a number of oil fields such as Rantau Field (851 barrels), Talang Jimar (850 bpd), Beringin field (368 bpd), North West Belani-1 (891 bpd).
Following is the oil production of major oil companies in 2015:
1. Block Mahakam operated by Total E&P Indonesie is projected to produce 62,680 bpd
2. PT Pertamina EP oil blocks are projected to produce 128,390 bpd
3. Block Rokan operated by PT Chevron Pacific Indonesia is projected to produce 280,000 bpd
4. Blok Berau, Muturi, Wiriagar, operated by BP Tangguh are projected to produce 5,960 bpd
5. Block Corridor operated by ConocoPhilips Grissik Ltd is targetted to produce 8,310 bpd
6. Cepu Block operated by Mobil Cepu Ltd is projected to produce 99,640 bpd
7. Block South Natuna Block B, operated by ConocoPhillips Indonesia, is projected to produce 20,500 bpd
8. Block ONWJ, operated by PHE ONWJ, is projected to produce 41,300 bpd
9. Block Sanga-Sanga, operated by Vico, is projected to produce 12,450 bpd
10. Block SE Sumatera, operated by CNOOC Ses Ltd, is targeted to produce 32,800 bpd
11. Block Jabung, operated by PetroChina International Jabung Ltd, is projected to produce 15,090 bpd.
12. Block Senoro Toilli, operated by JOB Pertamina E&P Medco Tomori Sulawesi, is projected to produce 4,850 bpd.
13. Block Natuna A, operated by Premier Oil Natuna Sea B.V, is projected to produce 1,080 bpd
14. Blok E. Kalimantan, operated by Chevron Indonesia Co, is projected to projece 18,960 bpd
15. 66 other PSCs are projected to produce 179,660 bpd. (*)