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  • 1. Gas Development Master PlanSteering Committee Meeting – 28 March 2013Draft Policy Note 1 : Overview of Gas Resources and Potential
  • 2. 2Outline• Conventional gas reserves and resources• Coal Bed Methane resources• Shale gas resources• Assessment of current reserves data managementsystem• Recommendations
  • 3. 3Society of Petroleum Engineers Reserves andResources Definition
  • 4. 4Conventional resources
  • 5. 5USGS Assessment Prospective ResourcesSouth East Asia , 2010
  • 6. 6USGS Assessment Prospective ResourcesPapua New Guinea, Eastern Indonesia andEast Timor, 2011
  • 7. 7Lemigas Assessment, ProspectiveResources, 2005
  • 8. 8BP Migas Assessment, ProspectiveResources, 2012
  • 9. 9Prospective ResourcesBody Date Assessment (TCF)USGS 2011-12 136Lemigas 2005 228.5BP Migas 2012 368.9
  • 10. 10CBM licences
  • 11. 11CBM In-place Resources
  • 12. 12CBM In-place Resources
  • 13. 13Main shale gas potentialMin Energy GIP = 570 TCFProspective resources = 142.5 TCF assumingrecovery factor of 25%
  • 14. 14Overall Supply Situation (TCF)Conventional CBM Shale Gas TotalProven reserves 104.71 - - 104.71Probable reserves 20.00 - - 20.00Possible reserves 28.18 - - 28.18Total reserves 152.89 - - 152.89Contingent resources - - - -Prospectiveresources368.90 56.00 142.50 567.40Total resources 368.90 56.00 142.50 567.40
  • 15. 15International comparison reserve andresource reportingCountry AgencyundertakingreportingAgency reporting Reserve reportingsystemDenmark Energy Agency Ministry ofClimate, Energy andBuildingConsistent withSPE-PRMSIndia DirectorateGeneral ofHydrocarbonsMinistry of Petroleum andNatural GasNot consistent withSPE-PRMSNetherlands Ministry ofEconomicAffairsn/a Consistent withSPE-PRMS from2012Norway NorwegianPetroleumDirectorateMinistry of Petroleum &EnergyConsistent withSPE-PRMSTrinidad &TobagoMinistry ofEnergy andEnergy Affairsn/a Consistent withSPE-PRMSUnited Kingdom Department ofEnergy andClimateChangen/a Consistent withSPE-PRMS
  • 16. 16Policy Recommendations• Indonesia should adopt the SPE Resource Classificationand report reserves as proven, probable and possible• Indonesia should start providing a quantitativeassessment of both contingent resources and prospectiveresources• This information should be published on an annual basis• Indonesia should carry out its own technical assessmentof prospective resources for CBM and shale gas• With the activity currently underway in CBM explorationIndonesia should shortly be able to classify some CBM asa contingent resource.