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© DJMIGAS 201210 KEMENTERIANESDM VANCOUVER, CANADA, May 9-13, 2011 MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF OIL AND GAS INDONESIA.

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1 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM VANCOUVER, CANADA, May 9-13, 2011 MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF OIL AND GAS INDONESIA GAS SITUATION by : Agus Cahyono Adi Deputy Director for Oil and Gas State Revenue Delivered at: WORKSHOP ON UNCONVENTIONAL GAS APEC ENERGY WORKING GROUP (EWG 41 th )

2 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM 22 AGENDA  OIL AND GAS CONDITION  GAS POLICY  GAS INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN AND DEVELOPMENT  GAS BALANCE  UNCONVENTIONAL GAS DEVELOPMENT  GAS DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE

3 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM 33 OIL AND GAS CONDITION

4 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM INDONESIA’s GAS PRODUCTION 2000 – 2011*) *) Data s.d. Maret 2011

5 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM INDONESIA’s GAS SUPPLY

6 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM 6 GAS RESOURCES = TSCF NATUNA 5.74 NORTH SUMATRA CENTRAL SUMATRA ACEH (NAD) SOUTH SUMATRA WEST JAVA 6.40 EAST JAVA EAST BORNEO CELEBES MOLUCCAS PAPUA (Advance Resources Interational, Inc., 2003 processed) PROVEN= TSCF POTENTIAL= TSCF TOTAL= TSCF CBM RESOURCES = TCF GAS RESERVES (TSCF) NATURAL GAS RESOURCES - RESERVES & CBM RESOURCES (AS OF JANUARY 1 st 2010) Total CBM Basin = 11 (Advance Resources Interational, Inc., 2003) Signed Contracts up to 2010: 23 CBM PSCs

7 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM 77 GAS POLICY

8 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM 8 ROLE OF OIL AND GAS FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT High Technology High Capital High Risk Sustainable National Development OIL &GAS INDUSTRI FULFILL DOMESTIC FUEL DEMAND CREATING MULTIFLIER EFFECTS SOURCE OF STATE REVENUE INDUSTRIAL RAW MATERIAL RESOURCES

9 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM NATIONAL GAS POLICY 9 A.IMPROVING EXPLORATION ACTIVITY TO INCREASE NEW RESERVE (CONVENTIONAL AND UNCONVENTIONAL) B.GAS ALLOCCATION POLICY C.GAS PRICING POLICY (TO SECURE SUPPLY AND GROW INVESTMENT) D.INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

10 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM POLICY IMPLEMENTATION NOOUTLINEDETAILS 1improving exploration activity to increase new reserve Opening new working area with the target singed contracts 40 working area per year baru pertahun In 2009, signed contracts 34 Working Area and in 2010, signed contracts 38 Working Area Develop unconventional gas resources (CBM dan shale gas) 2Gas allocation policy  Gas utilization is prioritized for domestic use by keeping considering economic field development  A new found gas reserve utilization allocation is prioritized for fulfilling local needs. if there is an excess can be utilized for fulfilling the need outside the local.  Gas utilization for domestic needs is done by considering the availability of the infrastructure, reserve and the economic of field by prioritized upstream utilization ( electricity and fertilizer)  if there is a shortage (less gas supply) in certain area as result of lack of gas resources and infrastructure, so it can be done gas reallocation or swap as one form of contingency plan.

11 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM POLICY IMPLEMENTATION CONTINUATION NOOUTLINEDETAILS 3Gas pricing policy (to secure supply and grow investment) Government regulate and determine gas price Gas price depend on the economic of gas field development and availability of infrastructure Gas price can be increased related to oil price, product’s price and the combination of product and oil price Gas price model selection consider state revenue by considering optimum of economic growth Determine gas price by considering balance between gas’ producer and consumer 4Infrastructure Development -Continue contruction transmission and distribution -Contruction of LNG Receviing termina in Jawa and Sumatra

12 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM GAS INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN AND DEVELOPMENT

13 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM Infrastructures: Existing and Planned 13

14 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM GAS BALANCE

15 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM INDONESIA GAS BALANCE

16 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM Gris sik THAILANDLAOS CAMBODJA VIETNAM BANGKOK BRUNEI DARUSSALAM KUALA LUMPUR EAST MALAYSIA MANILA SINGAPORE UJUNG PANDANG PAGERUNGAN SUMSEL SUMUT SUMTENG JABAR JATENG JATIM EAST NATUNA MALUKU SELATAN Blok Masela PAPUA NAD KALTIM SULAWESI INDONESIA GAS BALANCE MAP (EXISTING SUPPLY + PROJECT SUPPLY VS CONTRACTED DEMAND) DURI REG I (NAD) Year Supply Demand Balance21034 Keluar Region19700 Net Balance1334 REG VII (KALIMANTAN BAGIAN TIMUR) Year Supply Demand Balance Keluar Region Net Balance REG XI (KEPULAUAN RIAU) Year Supply Demand Balance Keluar Region Masuk Region78 0 Net Balance REG II (SUMATERA BAGIAN UTARA) Year Supply52274 Demand8520 Balance Keluar Region000 Net Balance REG VIII (SULAWESI BAGIAN SELATAN) Year Supply Demand38 0 Balance Keluar Region000 Net Balance REG IX (SULAWESI BAGIAN TENGAH) Year Supply Demand000 Balance Keluar Region0335 Net Balance07568 REG X (PAPUA) Year Supply Demand 2,550 Balance877, Keluar Region Net Balance-65, REG II (SUMATERA BAGIAN TENGAH &SELATAN) Year Supply Demand Balance Keluar Region Net Balance REG IV (JAWA BAGIAN BARAT) Year Supply Demand Balance Masuk Region Net Balance REG V (JAWA BAGIAN TENGAH) Year Supply Demand Balance Keluar Region000 Net Balance REG VI (JAWA BAGIAN TIMUR & BALI) Year Supply Demand Balance Keluar Region000 Net Balance REG XII (MALUKU BAGIAN SELATAN) Year Supply0450 Demand000 Balance0450 Keluar Region000 Net Balance0450

17 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM Gris sik THAILANDLAOS CAMBODJA VIETNAM BANGKOK BRUNEI DARUSSALAM KUALA LUMPUR EAST MALAYSIA MANILA SINGAPORE UJUNG PANDANG PAGERUNGAN SUMSEL SUMUT SUMTENG JABAR JATENG JATIM EAST NATUNA MALUKU SELATAN Blok Masela PAPUA NAD KALTIM SULAWESI INDONESIA GAS BALANCE MAP (EXISTING SUPPLY + PROJECT SUPPLY VS CONTRACTED DEMAND + POTENTIAL DEMAND) DURI 6 REG I (NAD) Year Supply Demand Balance Keluar Region19700 Net Balance REG VII (KALIMANTAN BAGIAN TIMUR) Year Supply Demand Balance Keluar Region Net Balance REG XI (KEPULAUAN RIAU) Year Supply Demand Balance Keluar Region Masuk Region78 0 Net Balance REG II (SUMATERA BAGIAN UTARA) Year Supply52274 Demand Balance Keluar Region000 Net Balance REG VIII (SULAWESI BAGIAN SELATAN) Year Supply Demand Balance Keluar Region000 Net Balance REG IX (SULAWESI BAGIAN TENGAH) Year Supply Demand30145 Balance Keluar Region0335 Net Balance REG X (PAPUA) Year Supply Demand Balance Keluar Region Net Balance-81, REG II (SUMATERA BAGIAN TENGAH &SELATAN) Year Supply Demand Balance707, Keluar Region Net Balance REG IV (JAWA BAGIAN BARAT) Year Supply Demand Balance Masuk Region Net Balance REG V (JAWA BAGIAN TENGAH) Year Supply Demand Balance Keluar Region000 Net Balance REG VI (JAWA BAGIAN TIMUR & BALI) Year Supply Demand Balance Keluar Region000 Net Balance REG XII (MALUKU BAGIAN SELATAN) Year Supply0450 Demand000 Balance0450 Keluar Region000 Net Balance0450

18 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM UNCONVENTIONAL GAS DEVELOPMENT

19 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM 19 Ministerial Regulation No. 036, revision to Ministerial Regulation No. 033/ BcfD 1.8 BcfD PP: CBM – 1 Rambutan (GOI Sponsor) Ministerial – Start of CBM era (1 st CBM PSC Contract ) Increasing number of CBM Contract Average production = 250 MSCFD/ well Government Participation Start of Commercial Period (Exploration) Estimated CBM Production PP: Pilot Project Legend: CBM Estimated Production ~500 MMSCFD CBM Estimated Production ~1500 MMSCFD Minister Decree No.036/2008, revision to Minister Decree No. 033/2006 Minister Decree No. 033/2006 CBM for Electricity Pilot Project 1998 Ministerial regulation No ROAD MAP OF CBM DEVELOPMENT IN INDONESIA CBM Estimated Production ~1000 MMSCFD Feasibility study Technical and Economical

20 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM 20 CBM for electrical power CBM UTILIZATION PLANNING CBM for LNG INDUSTRY CITY GAS CNG for TRANSPORTATION CBM for another domestic consumption

21 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM Merauke NAD KLASAFET FORMATION TELISA SHALE BAONG SHALE EAST JAWA WEST JAVA GUMAI SHALE SHALE GAS POTENTIAL AND GAS INFRASTRUCTURE

22 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM 22 GAS DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE

23 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM INDONESIA GAS DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE  Indonesia endowed with potential of variety energy resources conventional as well as unconventional gas  Domestic and Global Natural Gas demand increased  Government of Indonesia is obliged to guarantee the availability of domestic feed stock and fuel supply (including natural gas).  Adequate infrastructure support is required to assure smooth supply and distribution of domestic feed stock and fuel.  Source of oil and gas in Indonesia located far from demand centre.  Limited oil and gas infrastructures currently hinder feed stock and fuel supply and distribution.  Optimizing benefit of natural gas utilization for foreign exchange trade balance and driver of domestic economic growth

24 © DJMIGAS KEMENTERIANESDM 2424


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