Pertamina EP Will Increase Gas Supply to Bekasi

By : Hariyanto And Aldo Bella Putra | Thursday, December 21 2017 - 20:30 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Cikarang Tegal Pacing Development Project (CTDP) operated by PT Pertamina EP will raise gas supply to Block Station Pondok Makmur, Bekasi, and West Java to 14 million cubic feet per day (MMSCFD) target of SKK Migas.

Currently, CTDP delivers gas (gas in) to Block Station Pondok Makmur of 6.4 MMSCFD. "This gas process is in line with the management policy of PT Pertamina (Persero) to accelerate the monetization of exploration findings in the structure of Tegal Pacing," said President Director of PT Pertamina EP Nanang Abdul Manaf in Jakarta, Thursday (21/12/2017).

Gas from CTDP is collected at Block Station Pondok Makmur Bekasi, which has a production capacity of 42 MMSCFD and about 4,000 barrels of liquid per day. The gas is then supplied to meet the needs of domestic buyers.

"Gas from Block Station Pondok Makmur is distributed to several companies, including PT Pembangkitan Jawa Bali Muara Tawar with 20 MMSCFD for electricity and Pertamina Gas (Pertagas) 3.5 MMSCFD, to be LPG," he said.

Nanang explained, gas production from Pondok Makmur is done together with Bekasi Regional Owned Enterprises (BUMD). Meanwhile, condensate produced by Pondok Makmur Field is used for Pertamina's needs.

CTDP General Manager Indra Priyatna said the development of the Cikarang-Tegal Pacing field is capable of delivering 14 MMSCFD of gas, with a production period of seven years (plateau age). While the total reserves are expected to last until the contract period Pertamina EP as KKKS ends in 2035.

"The production target of 14 MMSCFD is projected to be obtained from six wells. And Alhamdulillah now, from two wells that have flow, that is TGP-03 Well and TGP-05 Well, total production reaches 6.4 MMSCFD," he said.

Indra explained the smoothness of the development project in Tegal Pacing Structure is not separated from the cooperation of all parties, including Partners, Perum Jasa Tirta (PJT), Government Apparatus, and Community around the drilling location.

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