Ministry of ESDM Launches Geospatial Information Application
By : Aldo Bella Putra | Wednesday, July 26 2017 - 16:53 IWST
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) launched an application on geospatial information that presents a variety of thematic information on the ESDM sector.
Such sectors include oil and gas working areas, mining permit areas, geothermal working areas, electricity infrastructure, oil and gas infrastructure, resource and reserve potential (EBT) and geology.
"All information technology systems managed by the ESDM Ministry are at one center, so that the Center for Data and Information (Pusdatin) does not spend the budget including SKK and BPH Migas," said ESDM Minister Ignatius Jonan when launching an application at the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, 31/5/2017).
This system is in line with the "One Map Policy" policy which is the implementation of the Economic Policy Package of Phase VIII which focuses on three things: one map policy, aviation business incentives and acceleration of new oil refinery development and Presidential Regulation No. 9 of 2016 on Acceleration of Implementation One Map Policy At Level of Map Accuracy 1: 50,000.
This system is expected to eliminate the problems that arise due to different versions of data used as a reference, ensuring the validity and updated data accessed. It also increases the effectiveness and efficiency of time and resources in managing the dissemination of data.
Then it can also support leaders in decision making, as well as provide opportunities for stakeholders, especially investors to increase investment and production of ESDM commodities.
Meanwhile, Head of Center for Data and Information (Pusdatin) ESDM, Susetyo Edi Prabowo said in this system also available a variety of geospatial information thematic sector of ESDM.
"Almost all of the EMR sector's spatial data are available in this system, such as geological potential (minerals, coal, geothermal, solid bitumen and Coal Bed Methane / CBM), mining permit areas, oil and gas working areas, geothermal working areas, upstream data Oil and gas (well, refinery, 2D seismic and 3D seismic), forest area, and electricity infrastructure (generator, substation, transmission network and distribution network)," Susetyo said.
The development of ESDM One Map Indonesia is a manifestation of one of the objectives of Coordination and Supervision activities (Korsup) Energy initiated by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) and the Ministry of ESDM is the development of an integrated data system, as well as the implementation of the One Map Policy Environment Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources. (Ant)