Business opportunities in Indonesia within oil and gas

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Business opportunities in Indonesia within oil and gas

  1. 1. Asia Days 2013 Opportunities within the oil and gas sector of Indonesia 1
  2. 2. Current status: Oil & Gas, Indonesia • Oil production is declining/flattening out • Indonesia is a already a net importer of oil • Increased demand for EOR in the mature Western oilfield • Increased demand for exploration on deep sea of the Eastern Indonesian basins • Huge conventional and unconventional gas resources • Increased focus on utilizing the gas resources, both for export income and domestic development • Huge plans for domestic use of natural gas • The economic growth boosts the energy consumption • Establishment of FSRU unitsis taking place for supplying existing pipelines Java/Sumatra 2
  3. 3. Opportunities: Oil & Gas, Indonesia • EOR technology and expertise on mature Western oilfield • Increased O&M market on mature oilfield installations • Technology and expertise for deep sea exploration & production and for utilizing unconventional gas resources • Offshore supply chains for oil & gas activity • LNG production facilities (both small and big scale production) • Additional FSRU-units and infrastructure and logistic chains for distribution of natural gas – both LNG/CNG • Technology and expertise for industrial use of natural gas in smelters fertilizers etc. • Plans for using natural gas for power production • Conversion of vehicles to run on natural gas 3
  4. 4. 4 Innovation Norway, Indonesia Mr. Ole Schanke Eikum Director and Commercial Counsellor Mobile: +62 811 1095 870 Email: Ole.Schanke.Eikum@innovationnorway.no Ms. Peggy Gaspersz Senior Advisor Mobile: +62 811 1838 165 Email: Peggy.Gaspersz@innovationnorway.no Office Menara Rajawali 20th Floor Jl. DR Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung Lot #5.1 Kawasan Mega Kuningan Jakarta 12950, The Republic of Indonesia Ms. Priscillia Marie Tanumihardja Market Advisor Mobile: +62 813 1702 9952 Email: Priscillia.Maria.Tanumihardja@innovationnorway.no
  5. 5. Appendix 5
  6. 6. 6 Source: World Bank Database Annual growth of GDP and household expenditure for Indonesia Strong domestic demand has become the country’s key economic driver
  7. 7. Indonesia got the fossile resources 7 FOSSIL ENERGY RESOURCES (SD) RESERVES (CAD) RATIO SD/CAD (%) PRODUCTION (PROD) RASIO CAD/PROD (YEAR)*) 1 2 3 4 = 3/2 5 6 = 3/5 Oil (billion barrel) 56.6 7.99 **) 14 0.346 23 Gas (TSCF) 334.5 159.64 51 2.9 55 Coal (billion ton) 104.8 20.98 18 0.254 83 Coal Bed Methane/CBM (TSCF) 453 - - - - *) with assumption there is no new found **) Cepu Block is included Source: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources at IndoGAS 2013
  8. 8. RI’s oil and gas production profile 8 Source: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources at IndoGAS 2013
  9. 9. RI’s gas utilization 2011 9 Source: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources at IndoGAS 2013
  10. 10. Coal Bed Methane Resources 10 Source: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources at IndoGAS 2013
  11. 11. Indonesia’s shale gas potential 11 Source: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources at IndoGAS 2013
  12. 12. Infrastructure Gas Development 12 Source: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources at IndoGAS 2013
  13. 13. Electricity production in Indonesia 13 Source: World Bank Database
  14. 14. Outlook Indonesia’s electricity sector 14 • Expected increased electricity consumption from todays 170TWh to 375TWh in 2020 Source: OGEASIA January 2013 and IndoGas2013
  15. 15. Outlook Indonesia’s electricity sector Source: OGEASIA January 2013

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