Petronas starts production from Bukit Tua field off East Java

Petronas reported startup of production from Bukit Tua field, and expects peak production to reach 20,000 b/d and 50 MMscfd (OGJ Online, Dec. 17, 2013).

In its initial production phase, rates are expected to be 3,700 b/d and 2 MMscfd.

The field lies on Ketapang block about 110 km offshore East Java. Petronas said gas will be transported through a subsea pipeline to an onshore receiving facility in Gresik, East Java, while oil will be offloaded to carriers for export from the Ratu Nusantara floating production, storage, and offloading facility.

Ketapang block is operated and 80% owned by PC Ketapang II Ltd., the Indonesian subsidiary of Malaysia’s Petronas. The remaining 20% is held by state-owned Perusahaan Gas Negara through subsidiary PT Saka Ketapang Perdana.

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