Selasa, 22 September 2015

National oil production shows an upward trend. In August 2015, the average production is 776 500 barrels per day. In September 2015, the average production was 800.5 thousand barrels per day. The period  from January to September 2015, the average production of 783 000 barrels per day or 95 percent of the production target in the State Budget Amendment (APBN-P) 2015.

"For gas, production is likely to stand in 8,000 million cubic feet per day," said Secretary of the particular Unit of Upstream Oil and Gas (SKK Migas), Budi Agustyono when opening the Coordination Meeting of Public Relations Oil & Gas Industry Upstream of  Java, Bali and Nusa Tenggara (Jabanusa) in Yogyakarta, Tuesday (15/9).

The  average  production of oil and natural gas of 2.21 million barrels per day. Budi optimistic, the average production will be  increase until the end of the year with the completion of several oil and gas projects. "Upstream oil and gas industry are required to work hard to reach the oil lifting target set by the government," he said.

For the realization of state revenue, by 4 September 2015 stood at US $ 10,03 billion or about Rp140 trillion. This is about 67 percent of the revenue target of $ 14.99 billion.

He said the achievement of national targets is not easy because there are obstacles in the implementation on the ground. Especially in the decline in world oil prices, upstream oil and gas industry is required to implement operating cost efficiency. Among others, renegotiations with subcontractors in order to provide flexibility so as to keep the price of the economic projects that have been planned. '' There are already examples of cases, contract renegotiation rig at Total E & P Indonesie and WMO, '' he said.

Alternatively, by changing scenario field operations simpler and collaboration with oil and gas companies operating adjacent territory, such as sharing the use of materials and equipment.

Contributions Jabanusa
The contribution of Upstream oil and gas industry in the context of Java, Bali and Nusa Tenggara more than 300,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day, or 15 percent of the total production of oil and natural gas nationwide. This number will increase significantly when the Banyu Urip, Cepu reach peak production of 205,000 barrels per day by the end of 2015. Currently, production Banyu Urip ranges from 80,000 barrels per day.

SKK Migas Chief Representative of Java, Bali and Nusa Tenggara, Ali Masyhar explained, upstream oil and gas industry is still facing non-technical barriers. One of them, the interests of local governments within the framework of regional autonomy, particularly the lack of knowledge about the area of ​​funding for the oil and gas, as well as the role of the regions in the form of a participating interest.

Since the oil is a natural resource that is not renewable, the utilization of revenue sharing funds should be used to improve and build potential in areas that are more long term and can spur the growth of other sectors.

'' The paradigm of management of upstream oil and gas industry has shifted from simply revenue and resource  producing the energy, be the creation of added value by strengthening and empowering national capacity, '' said Ali.

According to him, coordination with local government and legislature (DPRD) becomes a necessity to reach oil and gas governance more effective. '' Transparency, dialogue and intensive communication are factors that all parties provide support so that the operation smoothly and successfully, '' he said.

Coordination Meeting of the Public Relations Industry Upstream Oil and Gas Java, Bali and Nusa Tenggara attended by about 70 participants from the leadership of DPRD, KKKS, and other stakeholders around of Java, Bali and Nusa Tenggara. Vice Chairman of Commission VII (the energy sector), Satya W. Yudha,  Bojonegoro  Regent,  Suyoto,  delegation of the Ministry of the Energy and Mineral Resources, and the Ministry of Finance.


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