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The Peluang development project is a tie-back to the existing facilities at Maleo and is on track for first gas in 2Q 2014. The
company also recently acquired a 50% interest in acreage which hosts the undeveloped Ande Ande Lumut oil field, located in
the Northwest Natuna PSC, far offshore Sumatra and Kalimantan.
Santos has been active in
Indonesia since the 1990s and
now operates three producing
assets, is developing a fourth
and has an exciting exploration
Gas production comes from the
Oyong, Wortel and Maleo fields
in offshore East Java and is
piped to shore for the domestic
Oil production from Oyong is
exported through the Surya
Putra Jaya floating, storage
and offloading facility.
Gross prod. : 8.7 MMstb oil, 117.7 Bscf gas
Gross sales : $ 170m pa
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LOCATION: Offshore Madura Island, Sampang District, approx.
70 km from Surabaya. East Java
Oil Production (Phase-1): First oil production in September
2007. Oil was produced via a small wellhead platform and
process by an adjacent production barge. Associated gas was
re-injected into the as lift gas and the produced oil was stored
on an FSO. Oyong infill well, (Oyong-II) was drilled in early
2012 and started producing in February 2012. Current total oil
production approximately 1,500 BOPD.
Gas Production (Phase-2): First gas production in
September 2009, while the oil production continues. The gas
production is delivered to an Onshore Gas Processing (OPF)
Grati, Pasuruan via a 60-km offshore pipeline and being used
by PT Indonesia Power to produce electricity. The installed
capacity of the OPF Grati is about 95 MMSCFD. The current
Oyong gas production is approx. at 30 BBTUD.
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LOCATION: Offshore Madura Island, Sampang
District, 7 kilometres west of the Oyong field
PROJECT & PRODUCTION: The project was
completed in early 2012; consist of an unmanned
wellhead platform and 10 kilometer pipeline offshore.
First gas achieved in February 2012 with current
production approximately 50 BBTUD
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SANTOS INDONESIA MADURA OFFSHORE PSC
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MADURA OFFSHORE PSC
Gross prod. : 261.6 Bscf gas
Gross sales: $ 145m pa
MADURA OFFSHORE PSC
LOCATION: Offshore Madura Island, Sumenep District,
approximately 145 kilometers from Surabaya, East Java,
and approximately 7 kilometers from East Java Gas
PRODUCTION: First gas in September 2006, as Santos’
first operated offshore gas project outside of Australia.
Gas from Maleo Field is produced from a fixed platform
named the Maleo Producer (certified in 2012 by MIGAS)
supported by a small wellhead platform, connected via a
7.4-kilometre spurline to the East Java Gas Pipeline.
Currently, the gas is supplied at a plateau rate
approximately of 61 BBTUD.
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MADURA OFFSHORE PSC
LOCATION: Approximately 17 kilometers Southwest of
Maleo Field, as a tieback to the existing Maleo facilities
STATUS: Plan of Development (POD) was approved in
2011, Peluang development includes one horizontal gas
well, minimum facility stand-alone WHP; approximately
17km 10”-diameter pipeline tie-in to Maleo WHP,
allocation and sales gas metering on Maleo Producer
Platform (MPP). This project was sanctioned in 15
February 2013, following with the development and
drilling is completed in Q1 2014, while the first gas
commenced in March 2014 with estimated gas
production of 25 BBTUD.
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NORTHWEST NATUNA PSC ANDE-ANDE LUMUT FIELD
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Offshore North West Natuna,
approximately 148 kilometers
from Matak Island, Kepulauan
Riau Province, approximately 291
kilometers from Batam Island,
approximately 718 kilometers from
Ande-Ande Lumut Field (AAL) is
a large oil field with an estimated
surface area of approximately 37 km2
and located approximately 75 meters of
water close to the Malaysian border in
the Natuna Sea.
PoD was approved in 2011. As per PoD, estimated recoverable
reserve from K sand was 43 million bbls. AAL initial development
plan contemplates the installation of a wellhead platform, drilling
43 development wells and producing to a permanently moored,
leased FPSO (Floating Production Storage and Offloading). The
development plan anticipates a peak daily production rate of
25,000 bopd and possibly upside estimated up to 40,000 BOPD.
The initial design for the processing capability to handle high
volumes of water up to 350,000 BWPD. The Wellhead platform
will have 24 slots accommodating 42” conductor, each of slots
with the capacity for 2 (two) wells. The development is expected
to commence between 2014 - 2017.
AAL Development PROJECT OVERVIEW
─ Oil Discovered by Premier in 2000;
─ POD Approved in 2011 (Genting);
─ Acquired 50% & Operatorship from AWE in Nov 2013.
Development Summary :
─ 27 Horizontal Wells;
─ Initial Oil Production : 40,000 BOPD;
─ Max Fluid Rate : 365,000 BFPD;
─ K-Sand 2C Resource : 96 MMstb;
─ Heavy Oil : 15 API;
─ Facilities : FPSO & WHP, bridge linked;
AAL Development Concept ─ Current Project Phase : Concept Refine.
AAL Development PROJECT UPDATES
─ Detailed K-Sand Subsurface Assessment Complete (Geophysics, Petrophysics,
Static & Dynamic Modelling);
─ Initiated G-Sand Subsurface Assessment.
FEED Studies :
─ WHP : Complete. Reduction in topsides weight by 35%;
─ FPSO : 15% complete (vs. 15% planned).
Major Contracts :
─ Drilling Rig & Support Services : Technical documentation and execution
─ FPSO Lease : Tender Plan submitted to SKKMigas;
─ WHP EPC : Tender Plan being prepared.
Regulatory Approvals (SKKMigas)
─ Plan of Development (POD) Revision requirements under discussion with
Project Key Milestones
Concept Select Gate Complete
Definition Gate Q4 2014
Appraisal Drilling Mid-2015
FID 2H 2015
First Oil* Q4 2017 - Q2 2018
* Dependent on POD Revision requirement
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As per 31 July 2014
• Permanent hire (regular) : 162
• Direct hire (fixed term) : 21
• Third party hire : 49
TOTAL : 232
• Nominated for 2014 LKS Bipartite AWARD from the
Ministry of Manpower
• LKS Bipartite is an industrial relations communication
forum between the company and employees