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  1. 1. EPEP SHALE GAS, THE FUTURE - UNCONVENTIONAL GAS by : Doddy Priambodo Wuryadi Sadirsan Jakarta. Oktober 2012
  2. 2. EPEP Nama : Doddy Priambodo Tempat tgl lahir : 11 April 1961 ________________________ Pendidikan : Geologi UGM Geologi ITB _________________________ Pengalaman Kerja : 1989 s/d saat ini : PT PERTAMINA Jabatan Saat ini : Direktur Eksplorasi . &.Pengembangan . PT PERTAMINA EP Nma : Wuryadi Sadirsan Tempat tgl lahir : 22 Januari 1959 ________________________ Pendidikan : Geologi ITB Geologi ITB _________________________ Pengalaman Kerja : 1989 s/d saat ini : PT PERTAMINA Jabatan Saat ini : Manajer Regional . . PT PERTAMINA EP CURRICULUM VITAE
  3. 3. EPEP UNCONVENTIONAL GAS
  4. 4. EPEP Unconventional HC Resources Source: “Unconventional Reservoirs” (Holditch et.al, 2001) ROAD MAP PT Pertamina (Persero) MENUJU WORLD CLASS COMPANY 1000 md 10 md 0,1 md 0,01 md
  5. 5. EPEP 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 mbopd Oil Production (mbopd) Oil consumption (mbopd) Indonesia becomes net crude importer Crude Supply-Demand Profile in Indonesia
  6. 6. EPEP Central & East Java Demand Will Be Triple By 2019 North Sumatra Demand Will Be Quadruple By 2019
  7. 7. EPEP PERTUMBUHAN JUMLAH KENDARAAN DI INDONESIA (Data BPS 2006-2010 – Mobil penumpang, bis, truk, dan sepeda motor) DATA GAIKINDO dan AISI: • Jumlah kendaraan di Indonesia No. 1 di ASEAN (Thailand 25,29 juta, Vietnam 14,51 juta, Malaysia 7,28 juta, serta Filipina 2,15 juta) • Pertumbuhan Kendaraan bermotor 10-15% per tahun • Pada 2014 diprediksi penjualan kendaraan bermotor mencapai 1 juta unit
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  9. 9. EPEP Characteristics of Shale Gas Plays Characteristics •Well bounded and contains hydraulic fracture energy; •Brittle; •Moderate clay content (< 40 percent) Specific Measures: Source: Halliburton Website; /www.halliburton.com/public/news/source_files/Newsletters/KCNews/2006/Jan06PE_Shale_print.html Characteristic Unit of Measurement Target Explanation Maturity Ro (%) 1.1 to 1.4 Vitrinite Reflectance Thickness ft / m > 100 / 30.5 - TOC % > 3 % - Gas content Scf / ton > 50 Preferably > 100 Porosity % > 3 Preferably > 5
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  11. 11. EPEP COMMON CHARACTERISTICS AMONG GAS SHALES •High Gamma Ray •High Resistivity •High organic content (>1%) •High maturity (late oil window or higher), Ro > 1% •Brittleness (>40% Qz. content) •Thickness (> 30 ft) •Porosity (>4%) •Deposited in marine environments •Type II kerogen •Presence of fracture barriers (usually carbonates) •Low permeability (in nano darcy scale) Shale Gas Parameters
  12. 12. EPEP POTENTIAL IN USA & IN PERTAMINA EP
  13. 13. EPEP U.S. Gas Shale Plays Gammon Shale Williston Basin Bakken Shale Williston Basin Green River Shale Green River Basin Mancos & Lewis Shales Uinta & Piceance Basin Devonian/Ohio Shales Appalachian Basin New Albany Shale Illinois Basin Floyd/Conasauga Shales Black Warrior Basin Antrim Shale Michigan Basin Barnett Shale Fort Worth Basin Excello/Mulky Shales Cherokee Basin Niobrara/Pierre Shales Denver Basin Caney/Woodford/ Fayetteville Shales Arkoma Basin Barnett/Woodford Shales Delaware Basin Palo Duro/Cisco/Bend Shales Palo Duro Basin Mancos/Lewis Shales San Juan Basin Cane Creek Shale Paradox Basin McClure Shale San Joaquin Basin Monterey Shale Various Basins Haynesville Shale East Texas Basin Woodford Shale Anadarko Basin
  14. 14. EPEP GAS SHALE BASIN BARNETT FAYETTEVILLE HAYNESVILLE MARCELLUS WOOD FORD EAGLE FORD Basin Area, SqM (est) 54,000 9,000 9,000 95,000 11,000 3,800 Depth, ft 6,500‐8,500 1,000 ‐ 7,000 10,500‐13,500 4,000‐8,500 6,000‐11,000 0,500‐11,300 Net Thickness, ft 100 ‐ 600 20 ‐ 200 200 ‐ 300 50 ‐ 200 120 ‐ 220 300 ‐ 475 TOC, % 4.5 4 ‐ 9.8 0.5 ‐4 3 ‐ 12 1 ‐ 14 3 ‐ 5 Total Porosity, % 4 ‐5 2 ‐8 8‐9 10 3 ‐9 7 ‐ 10 Thermal Maturity, Ro 2.2 1.5 ‐ 4.0 1.0 ‐ 2.5 1.1 ‐ 3.0 1.0 – 1.2 7 IP Rates, MMCFD 4 2.8 14 5 4.5 9 + Cond Avg. Lateral Length, ft 2,500 ‐ 3,500 1,500 ‐ 5,000 3,500 ‐ 3,800 2,500 2,500 ‐ 5,000 3,800 - 5,500 Well Spacing, Acres* 60 ‐ 160 80 ‐ 160 40 ‐560 40 ‐ 160 640 Proj.OGIP, TCF (Bsn) 327 52 717 1,500 23 Expected RF, % (Bsn) 20 ‐ 50 30 30 20 ‐ 40 50+ Rec. Resources, TCF 44 42 251 2 62 11 21 •Averages ‐ depends on Lateral Length, Frac & Reservoir Characteristics
  15. 15. EPEP Shale gas production
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  18. 18. EPEP Break even point
  19. 19. EPEP Comparison data of Shale Gas in US and Purpose WK Pertamina 9.33-16.963.51– 21.17 Asset Overview – Shale Gas Parameter
  20. 20. EPEP Gas Shale Rankings vs Initial Production Vertical Wells 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 40 50 60 70 80 90 Gas Shale Score Ranking InitialProduction(MCFD) Barnett Haynesville Woodford WoodfordCaney Marcellus
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  24. 24. EPEP Major Source Rock Type of The Hydrocarbon Productive Basin of Indonesia
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  26. 26. EPEP Quartz + Feldspar CarbonateClay North Sumatra Basin Palembang subbasin North West Jawa Basin BaritoBasin KutaiBasin Salawati Basin Jambi subbasin
  27. 27. EPEP ADMINISTRATIVE MAP OF SHALE GAS NAD LEGEND : District Border River WK Block Existing PEP City/Town Sub District INDEX MAP TOTAL AREA = 6.257 km² (NW) WK = 4.392 km² (SE) WK = 1.865 km² 1672 sq km 2720 sq km 3537 sq km 1865 sq km Intres area of L Baong FM. Intres area of Bampo FM. OUTCROP OF OLD SEDIMENT AND BASEMENT Asset Overview – Location Map
  28. 28. EPEP PERTAMINA STRATEGY PERTAMINA’S BLUE PRINT OF NEW AND RENEWABLE ENERGY (NRE) PERIOD HC BASE (Unconventional) Non HC BASE 2010 - 2013 2014 - 2017 2018- 2021 2022 - 2025 •CBM •Shale Gas/oil • Geothermal •CBM •Shale Gas/oil • Tight Sand Gas ?? • Geothermal • Wind • Algae • Geothermal • Wind • Algae • Solar cell • Nuclear • Geothermal •Wind •Algae •Solar cell •Nuclear •Hydrogen •CBM •Shale Gas/oil • Tight Sand Gas ?? • Oil / Gas Sand •CBM •Shale Gas/oil • Tight Sand Gas ?? • Oil /Gas Sand • Coal-Synthetic Gas NATIONAL ENERGY COMPANY
  29. 29. EPEP CONSTRAINs
  30. 30. EPEP Comparison data of Shale Gas in USA 9.33-16.963.51– 21.17
  31. 31. EPEP PROBABILITY GEOLOGICAL SUCCESS FOR SHALE GAS MODIFIED FROM JAVIER AND OTIS PARAMETER TEMPLATE Lacustrine - marine 18 -98 ft 0.56 – 1.96 18.5 -91.7 1 -9 6,500 – 10,000 396 – 1,398 F. Baong – F Bampo Aru – Langkat North Sumatra
  32. 32. EPEP GAS SHALE PRODUCTION
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  36. 36. EPEP POSITIVE VALUE
  37. 37. EPEP LOKASI KEGIATAN OIL/GAS SHALE PUSAT SUMBER DAYA GEOLOGI
  38. 38. EPEP Dst -5 Sumur Pagardewa 5 di lapisan shale F Gumai kedalam 1400 m
  39. 39. EPEP Unconventional gas Gas production
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  41. 41. EPEP Conclusion 1. Shale gas is unconventional gas, high price and high technology. 2. Potential in Pertamina EP is different of age, facies and brittleness from those in USA 3. Constrain in Shale Gas development is number of wells, horizontal wells and water treatment. 4. The positive value of Shale Gas is abundant, and promising. 5. Pertamina will expoit gas shale to support national energy stability after economics is achieved 6. Government support is needed in incentive land clearance, customs tax, social effect.
  42. 42. EPEP Exploration : the biggest gamble in oil & gas business
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  46. 46. EPEP Thank you

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