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Mega Maroci Lines

  1. 1. MARINE BUSINESS UNDER INDONESIANUPSTREAM OIL AND GAS BUSINESS AIMED TOINTEGRATE ALL TYPES VESSEL SUPPORT ANDTRANSPORTATION DURING EXPLORATION ANDEXPLOITATION ACTIVITIES.UP TO 2015, ABOUT 235 ADDITIONAL VESSEL ISNEEDED TO SUPPORT INDONESIAN OIL AND GASACTIVITIES. TODAY, THE INDUSTRY IS OPERATING630 VESSELS FOR OPERATION AND ABOUT 350VESSEL FOR ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION ANDINSTALLATIONMANY VESSEL TYPES WITH INDONESIAN FLAGSUCH AS SEISMIC SURVEY, SUBSEA PIPELINELAYDOWN, AHTS > 8.000 HP IN CAPACITY, PSV DPINTRODUCTION
  2. 2. 3ADDITIONAL VESSEL UP TO 2015IS 235 UNITSADDITIONAL VESSEL
  3. 3. AHTS - Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel4To be used in Drilling Project and Deepwater ProjectAHTS with morethan 6000 HP in capacity is needed foranchor handling, towing and safety standby vesselservices.@2010BPMIGAS.AllrightsreservedPRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  4. 4. PSV – Platform Supply Vessels5To be used in ERD Drilling and Deepwater Project. These PSVs come with DP-2, which is critical to supporting floating rigs (w/DP) and facilities in DWoperations. These rigs do not allow any non-DP vessels to come alongside the rig. The PSV also has more deck and cargo capacity than AHTSs.We have only 3 vessel DP 1 with capacitybelow 3.500 DWT@2010BPMIGAS.AllrightsreservedPRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  5. 5. 3D SEISMIC VESSELWe have only 2 vessel in Indonesia with 8 -12 streamer
  6. 6. MSV – Multi-purpose Support Vessel7MSV - Multi-purpose support vessels are designed to operate in a more specific role whether it be pipe-laying, diving, well intervention, ROV,stand-by and accommodation vessels to name a few. These vessels are typically outfitted with Dynamic Positioning thrusters (DP-2) so thatthey have excellent fail-safe station keeping abilities to assist in the installation of deepwater, subsea development infrastructure . Source:Horneck OffshoreCompleted with DP-2, “pipe-laying” vessel, diving, well intervention, ROV, accomodationand other function@2010BPMIGAS.AllrightsreservedPRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  7. 7. VESSEL TYPENOT AVAILABLE IN INDONESIAJACK UP RIGSEMISUBMERSIBLE RIGBARGE TENDER RIGDEEP SEA DRILL SHIP
  8. 8. CABEL LAYING SHIP9
  9. 9. DRILL SHIP10
  10. 10. DSV - Diving Support VesselOil Export Pipeline Spool Installation Saturation Diving -500 ftTo be used in subsea deepwater development projectPRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  11. 11. LYING STRATEGICALLY IN THE ASIA PACIFIC FASTEST ECONOMICGROWING REGION, AND WITH THE BIG POPULATION ALMOST 250MILLION & THE WORLD’S LARGEST ARCHIPELAGO WITH OVER17.000 ISLANDS ACROSS THE COUNTRY, INDONESIA IS A HUGEMARKET THAT WILL ALWAYS REMAIN POTENTIAL ANDFULFILLING INVESTORS TO MEET THE HUGE DEMANDMARITIME INDUSTRY HAS BECOME A PRIORITY BY GOVERNMENTOF INDONESIA TO DRIVE THE ECONOMY DEVELOPMENT ININDONESIAIT WAS ESTIMATED THAT THE SHIPYARD INDUSTRY IN INDONESIACOULD BENEFIT BY UP TO 20 % OF US$ 1,5 BILLION IN AVERAGEANNUAL CHARTER COSTS (IPERINDO)PRESENTLY, MANY INVESTOR ARE PLANNED TO RELOCATE THEIRSHIPYARD INTO INDONESIAWITH STRONG SUPPORT FROM MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY, REPUBLIC13INTRODUCTION
  12. 12. SPECTURM OF MARITIME INDUSTRY
  13. 13. INDONESIA SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY COULD NOT GROW ASEXPECTED BECAUSE OF HEAVY DEPENDENCE ON IMPORTCOMPONENTS. LOCAL COMPONENT MAKERS COULD PROVIDEONLY 35 % OF COMPONENT NEEDEDINDONESIA HAS 250 SHIPYARDS BUT THEY COULD PRODUCE ONLYSMALL VESSELS. MOST OF EXISTING VESSEL BUILDERS/SHIPYARDIN INDONESIA IS LOCATED IN BATAM ISLAND WITH LOW TO MEDIUMDRY DOCK CAPACITY.TO BUILD FSO, FPSO, OR FPU WITH A CAPACITY OF BETWEEN300.000-400.000 DEAD WEIGHT TON IS TOO BIG AT THIS TIME. THEGOI IS PLANNED TO DEVELOP THE SHIPYARD IN EAST JAVAPROVINCENEW SHIPYARD WITH MINIMUM 80 METER IN LENGTH OF DRYDOCKING MAY NEED FOR SHIP BUILDING, DOCKING, REPAIRING,OR OTHER PURPOSE15INDONESIA SHIPBUILDING
  14. 14. INDONESIA SHIPYARD
  15. 15. SHIPBUILDING CAPACITYINDONESIA (NEW BUILDING)958271196
  16. 16. SHIPBUILDING CAPACITY INDONESIA(REPAIR & MAINTENANCE)121625457 6
  17. 17. PRODUCTION CAPABILITY OF THEINDONESIA SHIPYARD
  18. 18. THE LOCAL SHIPBUILDERS ITS CURRENTLY IDLE CAPACITY (REACHEDABOUT 50 %) TO BE FULLY EXPLOITED UNDER A NEW GOVERNMENT RULESTO FULFILL OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY NEEDSKKMIGAS AND MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY HAS SIGNED A MEMORANDUM OFUNDERSTANDING FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW RULESHIPPING EXPENSES IS ELIGIBLE ITEMS AS PARTS OF THE PETROLEUMCOST RECOVERY SCHEMETHE DOMESTIC SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY WAS ABLE TO BUILD ALMOSTALL 20 TYPES OF VESSEL ONLY NEEDED BY OIL AND GAS OPERATIONFOREIGN OPERATORS CONTROLLED 90 % OF VESSEL OPERATING ININDONESIAN WATERS TO INCLUDE OIL AND GAS OPERATIONCURRENTLY, SINGAPORE, CHINA, JAPAN AND SOUTH KOREA ARE THEMAIN COUNTRIES ABLE TO BUILD THE SHIPYARD WITH HUGE DRYDOCKING FACILITIES20SHIPYARD FOR OIL & GAS

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