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KrisEnergy secures approval for Lengo gas field plan of development


JAKARTA ( – KrisEnergy Ltd, an independent upstream oil and gas company based in Singapore, said that it has secured plan of development (PoD) approval from the Indonesian government to develop the Lengo gas field in the Bulu production sharing contract (PSC), offshore East Java.

Approval of the POD paves the way for the operator, KrisEnergy, to pursue formal negotiations for gas sales agreements with potential offtakers, the company said.

The Bulu PSC covers 697 square kilometers in three separate areas – Bulu A, Bulu B and Bulu C – over the East Java Basin in water depths of 50 to 60 metres.

The Lengo gas discovery is located in the Bulu A area and will be developed via four development wells and an unmanned wellhead platform. A 20-inch, 65-km export pipeline will transport the gas directly to shore.

Production is anticipated to commence approximately 24 months after the joint-venture partners declare final investment decision and is expected to plateau at 70 million cubic feet per day.

The Bulu PSC lies adjacent to the KrisEnergy-operated East Muriah PSC, which contains the East Lengo gas discovery. The Company plans to drill an appraisal well in the East Muriah PSC and, if successful, to develop East Lengo gas via a single well tied back to the Lengo facilities.

KrisEnergy also operates the Sakti PSC, an exploration block adjacent to the Bulu A area, where the Company completed 1,202 km 2D and 401 sq. km 3D seismic acquisition programs earlier this year.

“This is our first development as the operator in Indonesia and we have been building up our technical and project management competencies in Jakarta to be ready for this moment,” Chris Gibson-Robinson, Director Exploration & Production said.

When on stream, the Lengo field will bring the group’s production mix to approximately 52 percent gas versus 48 percent oil. Demand for gas continues to grow strongly across Indonesia and long-term pipeline prices are holding firm despite volatility in the international oil markets.

Bulu is the potential aggregation hub for gas into East Java if we are successful in the appraisal of East Lengo and exploration in Sakti, Robinson said.

KrisEnergy holds a 42.5 percent operated working interest in the Bulu PSC and is partnered by AWE Limited with 42.5 percent, PT Satria Energindo with 10 percent and PT Satria Wijayakusuma with 5 percent. (*)

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