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1.1. Background
Fast technology improvement has huge effect to the increasing of domestic industry
sector. Therefore, domestic human resources who have good quality are needed. Moreover, in
the era of globalization may occur the workers transformation from one country to the other.
This condition gives effect foreign expertise workers come to the job opportunities in Indonesia
and minimize the job opportunities for the domestic workers. For creating the better domestic
industry condition, empowerment of domestic workers has to be increased.
The student knowledge and experience about the real life of working and the improvement
of technology that encourage the industry sector, becomes the main reason why the Internship
Program have to be conducted. Internship is the chance to practice the knowledge that students
achieved in campus. The students can measure how far the students apply the knowledge in
real job. After that, the students will have a good mentality to take part in the real job after
graduating from university/institute.
The discrepancy between the theory in University and the real life of working, especially in
industry sector, can be well bridged by implementing the Internship Program. In line with the
goal of development in Indonesia, that is educating countrys life, both Intellectual Question and
good ability to practicing the knowledge in the field, Internship Program becomes mandatory
curriculum in almost of Universities/Institutes in Indonesia. So, Internship can be reason as the
successful key for the universities/institutes to graduate the qualified, leading and smart person.
By the goals that have been explained above, so it will have the real application to the real
life of working. So, the student will be placed in chose multinational company, which has been
operating for long time in oil and gas exploration and production such as TOTAL E&P
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INDONESIE. Total E&P Indonesie is the company that produces the greatest amount of oil and
gas in Indonesia. Total E&P Indonesie focus on the exploration and production activities in Delta
of Mahakam River since 40 years ago. As long as the production activities, many equipments
that can affect the amount of oil and gas production. Thats why, Total E&P Indonesie makes
management system to maintain the equipments so the good production will be achieved.
In this Internship Program, we are placed in the Division of LSA (LOGISTICS LAND SEA
AIR), During this practical work program underway authors placed at the Logistic Land, Sea,
and Air (LSA) precisely in the LSA / TOL / WHS in Total Logistic Tanjung Batu, with Mr. Untung
Muladi as Mentor and Mr Galih Poernama and Mr. Alex Piri as deputy mentor in site and Mr.
Asep Burhanuddin--Juwaini Fahmi as supervisior logistics in Tanjungbatu
Participants have a mentor work practices selected from one officer in the location of
Tanjung Batu Logistic Supervisor who will be there to guide and provide direction pattern of
work that will be done during practical work program in progress

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1.2. Goals and Objectives

Coop as a comprehensive learning activities can be formed as work practices observation
in the industry is expected to :
1. Implement and apply the theoretical knowledge that has been gained in college into
practical work.
2. Gain the experiences about real technical job in Total E&P Indonesies sites and get the
real reflection about various things of applicative subject in life of working, especially
about the process of exploration and production the oil and gas in Total E&P Indonesie.
3. To increase the good corporative and to give advantage each other between the
university and the company, and to increase the quality of students to compete in the
era of globalization.
4. Getting to know and learn about the various problems happened in the field, and then
solving the problems based on knowledge that has been gained in college.
5. Helping to find and solving problems relating to both technical and non-technical issues
in the use and maintain good performance of system.

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1.3. Coop Schedule and Place
The Coop is done for 6 months, from February 28th 2015 until Agusrus 28th 2015, in the
base office of Total E&P Indonesie, Balikpapan East Kalimantan. The Coop is done in logistics
Land Sea Air Division, and the site orientation to Handil, Senipah And Tanjung Batu Base POSB
. In the Internship period, students have activities based on the companys working time, such
a. Working time in LSA/TOL/WHS Balikpapan
(Maret 03th 2015 - Maret 30th 2015

Working Time

Rest Time

Monday - Thursday

07.30 - 17.30 WITA

12.30 - 14.30 WITA


07.30 - 17.30 WITA

11.30 - 13.30 WITA

b. Working time in Sites

(Handil ,Senipah & Tanjung batu (POSB) , april 01th 2015 - Agustus 27th 2015)

Working Time

Rest Time

Monday Sunday

06.30 - 17.30 WITA

11.30 - 13.30 WITA

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TOTAL E&P INDONESIE is the part of TOTAL Exploration and Production (TEP), 100% of

its share is owned by Total Group that the official office is in Tour Coupole, 92078 Paris La
Defense Cedex, France. TOTAL E&P INDONESIE engages in the section of exploration and
production of oil and natural gas, as the contractor of PERTAMINA Production Sharing that is
under the Guidance Agency of foreign contractors (now called Management Directorate of
Production Sharing).
TOTAL is multinational-national energy company where the headquarter is in Paris,
France, operating more than 130 countries in the world. TOTAL has very large business scope,
started from oil and natural gas exploration and production, world oil trade, sale of processed
products from oil and natural gas, power plant, transportation, and chemicals in large scale.
Until now, TOTAL with ExxonMobil, BP, Shell, and Chevron are 5 largest energy companies in
the world. TOTAL exploration upstream activities have been implementing in 42 countries and
30 countries of them has been producing and giving profit to TOTAL business. TOTAL main
production locations locate in North Sea, Africa, Middle East, and North and South America.
At first the company, founded in 1924, used the name of COMPAGNIE FRANCAISE DES
PETROLES (CFP), and then in June 24th 1985 changed the name becomes TOTAL
COMPAGNIE (Total-CFP). Since June 26th 1991, this company was better known with name of
TOTAL and 100 percent of the share was owned by COMPAGNIE FRANCAISE DES
PETROLES (CFP). In the middle of 1999, TOTAL joined with ATOFINE, and formed a new
company with the name of TOTALFINA. TOTALFINA was the group of companies that moved in
industry and trade that had international standard in oil and gas industry. The efforts for
improving the company kept on moving, among explored the possible merger with ELF
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AQUITANE. This merger was agreed with European Commission in February, 9 th 2000, so this
company changed the name become TOTAL FINA ELF in the beginning of 2001. Since 2003,
the name was changed again become TOTAL. Now, TOTAL is the fifth largest oil and natural
gas company in the world, that operates in 130 countries with 123.000 employees.
In Indonesia, TOTAL cooporates with Indonesian government as one of Contractor of
Cooperation Contract (Kontraktor Kontrak Kerja Sama/KKKS) BPMIGAS (now SKKMIGAS), the
largest one in Indonesia, with the new name is TOTAL E&P Indonesie. Since July, 6 th 1968 this
company is noted as the largest gas producer in Indonesia and supplies 60 percent of LNG
Bontang Refinery need. As Contractor of Cooperation Contract SKKMIGAS, TOTAL E&P
Indonesie produces oil and natural gas in Bekapai, Handil, Tunu, Tambora, Sisi-Nubi, and
Peciko sites that locate in Kutai Kartanegara Regency, East Kalimantan. In Indonesia, TOTAL
E&P Indonesie has 2 official offices, which are in Kuningan Plaza, Menara Utara, HR Rasuna
Said Road Kav. C 11-14, Jakarta and Yos Sudarso Road, Balikpapan. The whole share of
TOTAL E&P Indonesia is owned by Total Group that the official office is in Tour Coupole, Paris



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Signing of Production Sharing Contract (PSC) with Pertamina for the
Jambi region of South Sumatra


Incorporation of TOTAL E&P INDONESIA

Interest and Operatorship for the Mahakam and Bunyu, East Kalimantan
areas are assumed, in collaboration with JAPEX (today known as INPEX

Discovery of Bekapai offshore oil field, near the Mahakam Delta
Discovery of Handil and Tambora oil fields within the Mahakan Delta

Oil production start-up at Bekapai

Oil production start-up at Handil
Completion of Senipah Oil Storage and Loading Terminal
Signing of Muturi PSC, Irian Jaya (today known as Papua Province)

Mahakam oil production peaks, at an average of 230,000 BOPD

Discovery of Tunu gas field, Mahakam River Delta

Production start-up of Bontang LNG Plant

Discovery of Tambora Gas Field, Mahakam Delta
First deliveries of Handil and Bekapai associated gas to the east

Kalimantan gathering system, for deliveries to the Bontang LNG Plant

Discovery of Peciko gas field, offshore near the Mahakam Delta

Signing of Melawi PSC, West Kalimantan

Start-up of Tambora oil production
Discovery of Sisi gas field, offshore from the Mahakam Delta

Signing of Muara Kampar PSC, Central Sumtara

Signing of Tengah JOB, East Kalimantan


Interest taken in the Tuban Block, East Java


Commissioning of LPG Extraction Plant at Bontang

Signing of Lahat JOB, South Sumatra





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Start-up of Tambora gas production

Start-up of Tunu gas production

Start-up of Tambora-Tunu CPU, Phase I

Signing of West Natuna PSC, South China Sea

Extension of Mahakam PSC until 2017

Interest taken in Rebi, Kal and Tanimbar Blocks, Banda Sea, East

Discovery of Nubi gas field, offshore from the Mahakan River Delta

Early production start-up of Tambora-Tunu CPU, Phase II

Continuation of Tambora Tunu Phase II

Completion of Tunu Field Phase II Development

Gas production reaches 1,000 MMscfd

Discovery of Mudi Field, in the Tuban Block

Start-up of production, EOR Gas Lift, Handil

Kickoff of Tunu North Development Project

Interest taken in South Jambi B Block, South Sumatra

Cumulative oil production at Mahakam contract area reaches 1.0 bn bbl

Kickoff of Peciko Development Project

Liquid Hydrocarbon production reached and exceeded 1977 peak of






230,000 BOPD

Discovery of Stupa, offshore near the Mahakan Delta

Discovery of Bungkal, South Jambi

Start-up of Saliki and Sebawang PSCs, East Kalimantan


Start-up of Tunu North gas production


Mahakam hydrocarbon production reaches 180,000 BOPD

Start-up of Peciko gas production
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Completion of Tunu Phase VII

Inauguration of Peciko by The Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources,

Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

Inauguration of Tunu Compression Project (Tunu Phase VII and Tunu


Phase VIII), by Her Excellency President Megawati Soekarnoputri


(September 15)
Start-up of Peciko Phase III (February)
Daily production peaks at 624,063 BOE (15 February), including 2,908


MMscfd of gas

Start-up of Peciko Phase IV-MP compression (30 April)

Completion of Tambora Phase 2 Project

Completion of Tunu Phase 10 Project

Signing of South East Mahakam Block

Start-up of Sisi Nubi gas production on November 20

TOTAL E&P INDONESIE 40th Anniversary

Inauguration of Sisi Nubi gas field by the President of Republic of

Indonesia, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

Signing Gas Sales Agreement of Independent Power Producer Senipah 2





X 40MW Kutai Kartanegara, East Kalimantan


Start-up Tunu 11 South, Tunu 11 North and Tunu 12 GTS Fx and Nx

Operational Area of TOTAL E&P INDONESIE

In July, 6th 1968, by the signature of Jambi Production Sharing Contract (Jambi PSC) with

Indonesian government, TOTAL E&P INDONESIE started the activities of oil and gas
exploration in Indonesia. In 1970, TOTAL E&P INDONESIE acts as the operator of Japan
Company JAPEX (now INPEX) in Mahakam Block Offshore (Mahakam PSC) in East
Kalimantan. Since that time, TOTAL E&P INDONESIE have been owning the mission for
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exploring, improving and producing oil and natural gas. This was followed by discovering
Bekapai oil field in 1972 and Handil field in 1974, then the Tunu huge gas field in 1977 and
Tambora field in 1980. This discovery kept on moving to Peciko field in 1983, and Sisi and Nubi
field in 1986, all make TOTAL E&P INDONESIE has been becoming the largest gas producer in
Indonesia since 2000. TOTAL E&P INDONESIE supplies more than 60 percent of natural gas to
Bontang, the largest LNG Refinery in the world. The gas supply is also supplied to industry
region in East Kalimantan, which is fertilizer, urea, methanol, and ammonia factories, for fulfilling
the needs of domestic market.
Hydrocarbon production from Mahakam Block was recorded at 500.000 boepd (80.000
bpd of oil and 2400 MMSCFD of gas) until now. In March, 21 th 2004, TOTAL E&P INDONESIE
succeed to achieve the highest hydrocarbon production about 566.500 boepd. Production

facilities of TOTAL E&P INDONESIE consists of 562 production wells, one gas processing unit
with 3000 MMscfd capacity, pipeline facility for 120 km, 33 units of gas turbine, 15 offshore
production platforms, 34 GTS (Gathering & Testing Satellite) platforms, and one SBM (Single
Buoy Marine) oil tanker facility. Now, the production field of TOTAL E&P INDONESIE consists of
Bekapai, Handil, Peciko, Senipah Oil and Condensate Handling Terminal, Tambora-Tunu, and
Sisi-Nubi fields.
Besides improving the oil and natural gas exploration and production, TOTAL E&P
Indonesie also improve the human resources, environment and regional prosperity near the
operational area. TOTAL E&P Indonesie also fulfill the Corporate Social Responsibility and
sustainable improvement regulation, at course to fulfill the criteria that has been conducted by
all shareholders, both government and private one.

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Figure. Block Mahakam Contract Area TOTAL E&P INDONESIE

It can be concluded that the industry improvement of Total E&P Indonsie can be divided
to be 2 large phases:
1. First Phase is oil production stage by being discovered Bekapai and Handil oil fields in
Mahakam operational area in 1972 and 1974. Both oil fields started to operate in 1974
and 1975. Oil production achieved the peak at 1977 with 230,000 bopd production rate
and until now gradually the production decreases. This company has been seeking the

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ways to slow the oil production down at one to optimize the hydrocarbon production by
tested program.
2. Second Phase is reviewing stage of hydrocarbon potency in Mahakam area for
discovering natural gas as the future key of energy resource in Kalimantan. Exploration
and estimation focus on discovery of significant natural gas reserve in Tambora Tunu,
Sisi-nubi and Peciko.

Beside the oil and gas fields, TOTAL E&P Indonesie also have some oil and gas
processing unit that are built to facilitate oil and gas processing before they are exported both
domestic and oversea. As for the processing units that are owned by TOTAL E&P Indonesie are

Central Processing Area (CPA) Handil, for oil and gas from Handil.


Central Processing Unit (CPU) 1 dan 2, for gas from Tatun.


North Processing Unit (NPU), for gas from Utara.


Senipah Oil and Condensate Terminal, as the centre of oil processing from Bekapai
and Handil, moreover condensate from Tatun.


Peciko Processing Area (PPA), for gas from Peciko.


South Processing Unit (SPU), for gas from Sisi-Nubi island.

The produced and processed entire gas is sold to PT. Badak with pipeline systems, while
some oil is sold to Pertamina in accordance with TOTAL E&P Indonesie contract as Contractor
of Cooperation Contract BP Migas (now SKK Migas), and the rest is distributed to Total Refinery
and Distribution (TRD) using tanker.

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2.3.1 Bekapai and Handil Fields
Bekapai's discovery in 1972 was an early milestone for TOTAL E&P INDONESIE. The
complex field covers some 20 square kilometres, just off the East Kalimantan coast in the
Makassar Strait. Installations are sited in water around 30m deep, and the first phase was thus
a floating unit. This was replaced by a multi-well platform linked to central processing and living
quarter platforms.
Up to the present over 100 distinct oil reserve reservoirs have been identified at Bekapai, at
depths ranging from 1,300 to 2,500 meters. By end-2006, 76 wells were already drilled from 9
multi-well platforms. Seventeen of these are still active. Current production level of oil is 1,500
BOPD and well head gas 8 MMSCFD, corresponding to around 2750 boepd.
Bekapai is, at present, considered a mature oilfield, as approximately 95% of recoverable
reserves have been extracted, but new wells drilled during the course of 2007 have shown that
potential remains in the field.
Handil is sited among swampy shores partially submerged at high tide in the Mahakam River
Delta. These areas are covered with a thick forest of nipa-nipa vegetation.
With an area of some 40 square kilometres, Handil Field requires swamp barge rigs for the
drilling of deviated wells along island banks. Main zone reservoirs are concentrated between
1,500 and 2,700 meter depth, with hydrocarbon deposits spanning a complex superimposition
of more than 500 individual delta sand deposits between 400 and 3,200 meters of depth.
Drilling first yielded promising results in March 1974, with production commencing some 15
months later, peaking at 200,000 BOPD in March 1977.
To further boost overall recovery TOTAL E&P INDONESIE applied first water injection and then
gas lift as depletion became more pronounced. Tertiary recovery, involving gas miscible injection
into water-flooded reservoirs, commenced in 1996, and in 2001 an air injection pilot was started
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up, to test a new oil production enhancing technique. By end-2006, more than 350 wells had
been drilled at Handil; current production is 23,000 BOPD and 130 MMSCFD of well-head gas.
Cumulative production (up to end-2006) stood at 850 Mbbl of oil (including condensates) and
1.771 TCF of well-head gas. It is estimated that Handil is fully matured as far as conventional
petroleum potential is concerned, as 95% of recoverable oil reserves have been extracted. A
pilot programme is planned starting in 2010 to test the feasibility of polymer/surfactant injection
to recover residual oil inaccessible by conventional production methods.

2.3.2 Senipah Oil and Condensate Handling Terminal

The Mahakam Delta, while rich in hydrocarbon deposits, lacks the deep-water access
necessary for large tankers; thus a permanent oil-handling terminal was built, near the coastal
village of Senipah, north of Balikpapan. Senipah oil terminal started-up operations in 1976, to
deal with rapidly-increasing production in the mid- 1970s. To date more than 3,000 vessels have
docked at Senipah Terminal, to lift more than 1 billion bbl of crude oil and condensate.
Oil and gas from Bekapai are transported via a 12 inch submarine pipeline, whilst oil from
Handil is sent via a 20" buried pipeline to Senipah where field products are separated and
stabilized, before oil is sent to storage and then exported from the Single Buoy Mooring (SBM).
Tank farms with a storage capacity of 2.6 MMbbl, along with an SBM loading facility capable of
handling 125,000 DWT tankers, were constructed at Senipah. From June 1996 a Condensate
Stabilization Unit (CSU) allowing condensate marketing after treatment and stabilization, came
on-line. Current processing capacity of the CSU is 40,000 bbl of condensate per day.
Gas export for TOTAL E&P INDONESIE began in 1982, when associated gas from the Handil
field was first sent to the Bontang LNG Plant. This gas production was later augmented from
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production from Bekapai and Peciko is also processed within the Senipah perimeter, to be
joined by gas from the yet to be developed South Mahakam fields

2.3.3 Tambora and Tunu Fields

Tambora is an onshore gas field, sited in the central part of the Mahakam River Delta.
First discovered in 1974, it was the catalyst for the discovery in 1977 of the giant Tunu Field, a
400 square kilometre resource stretching 80 kilometres from north to south along the Mahakam
River Delta coastline. Combined production from these two fields is currently around 1,500
Tambora began production in 1989 and Tunu a year later; hydrocarbons from these two fields
collected at wellhead Gathering and Testing Satellites (GTSs), then sent to the project's first
Central Processing Unit (CPU-1), an installation consisting of a gas separation unit, gas
dehydration unit, Oily Water Treatment Unit (OWTU), condensate pumping and two electric gas
turbine generators; CPU-1 has a processing capacity of 350 MMSCFD. In a second
development phase built and brought on-stream in 1994, two additional GTSs units were
installed, together with new delivery lines and a second processing , CPU-2, with an additional
capacity of 900 MMSCFD. Two more GTSs were
added in 1995. Production from the Northern extension of the Tunu field began in late 1998
following a project to install four new GTSs, linked to a new treatment centre in the North part of
the swamp (the Northern Processing Unit or NPU). This phase of the development was
completed with new gas and condensate export lines, including a new
metering centre installed close to Badak known as the TATUN - Tambora Tunu Receiving
Facilities (TRF).

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As the reservoir pressure declined, it became necessary to install compression facilities in the
field. The first of these consisted of a medium-pressure compression platform installed next to
CPU2 was the Tunu Compression Platform - TCP, with a 900 MMSCFD capacity, a mediumpressure (MP) pipeline network, along with various manifolds, scrapper traps and air cooler
surface platforms. This came on stream in 2000, and was followed a couple of years later by a
similar project in Tunu North - known as the Northern Compression Platform - NCP. In parallel to
the compression facilities, additional wellhead GTS's were installed as the field limits were
extended Northwards and Southwards.
Today there is still an intensive development effort in Tunu and to a lesser extent Tambora, with
the drilling of some 60 wells per year. Projects in progress include the Tunu Phase 11 Project
consisting of the installation of Low Pressure (LP) compression facilities for the southern and
northern parts of the field to ensure that even such lower wellhead pressures are achieved to
maximise recovery. At the same time, the Tunu Phase 12 project consists of construction 3
GTSs and adjacent wellhead platforms (connected in a modular fashion to a common
production header and test). The 3 GTSs are planned to be ready for drilling in 2009. This
project is notable as being the first all
steps of the project, including Basic Engineering, were carried out in Indonesia. A PoD (Plan of
Development) is currently in the approval process to add a further two GTSs (Tunu 13).

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2.3.4 Peciko Field

A major achievement and showpiece for TOTAL E&P INDONESIE, the Peciko Field has
been a spectacular success story since starting up production in end-1999. The volume of
output raised the Company to the position of the largest gas producer in Indonesia just one year
Contained within an area of some 300 square kilometres, in water depths ranging from 30-50
metres offshore, Peciko is geologically complex with gas trapping both structural and
stratigraphical. The reservoir section within the field is composed of a series of very fine - to
medium - grained sands distributed through shale siltstone deposits. The main reservoir
sequence is at 2,100 to 3,900 metres below sea level. Peciko was first discovered in 1983, but
its commercial viability was not confirmed until 1991 when the NW-1 well was drilled. Like Tunu,
Peciko is also a giant gas field.
Today there are six 12-slot manifold wellhead platforms (MWP A, B, C and SWP G, K & E) and
four 24-inch sealines connecting the offshore field to onshore installations. The onshore
processing is at Senipah (PPA-Peciko Process Area), linked to gas exports via an 82-kilometer
42-inch onshore export pipeline. This massive project first came on stream in December 1999.
Peciko condensate from PPA is mixed with Tunu condensate, then processed in the Senipah
Condensate Stabilization Unit (CSU), before being exported through the Senipah SBM.
Since the start up of the field, two trains of gas compression, each with a capacity of 450
MMSCFD have been added. Development continues with the 7th wellhead platform recently
installed, and a project underway to install LP (Low Pressure) compression onshore adjacent to
the existing processing facilities.

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Development engineers and subsurface teams are currently working on further projects to
ensure that the full potential of this field is realized

2.3.5 Sisi & Nubi Fields

These two offshore gas fields were first discovered in 1986, located 25 km offshore from
the Mahakam Delta and 30 km to the Southeast of the Tunu field. Comprehensive evaluation
was undertaken, with a total of 19 exploration and delineation wells drilled. The first phase of
Sisi Nubi Project Development included construction of the Sisi Manifold and Wellhead Platform
(MWPS), the Nubi Manifold and Wellhead Platform (MWPN), one Nubi Satellite Platform
(WPN2) and one slug catcher platform (SNPS). A 26-inch main export pipeline, a 22-inch
interfield pipeline and a 16- inch trunkline are laid during this phase. This project is the latest
Greenfield development carried out by TOTAL E&P INDONESIE, with first production coming on
stream on 20th November 2007.
Both fields are characterised by multiple layers of poorly consolidated sands, and the 27
development wells to be drilled to complete in phase 1 required advanced drilling techniques.
Development drilling started in September 2007 followed by production
Start-Up in November 2007 to reach production plateau of some 350 MMCFD within the next 18
months. Further development phases are foreseen later to extend the plateau period.

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2.3.6 South Mahakam
This series of small, complex fields are promising production sources for future years,
and are located approximately 35 kilometres offshore, at a sea depth of 45 to 60 metres, some
58 kilometres South of the Peciko Field. The Stupa Field was discovered in 1996, yielding
strongly, with highly over-pressured sections. Four more wells were drilled in 1998, confirming
the scale and scope of the accumulation. The plan of development is currently under the
approval process with the Authorities.
Additional successful exploration drilling on the West Stupa and East Mandu structures
conducted in 2007 further verifying the potential of the area. Development studies are currently
being fast-tracked so that these fields can be included in the original Stupa development and
brought into production by the beginning of the next decade.
Geoscientists are now working with the latest seismic imaging techniques to identify additional
upside in this area.

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3.1 Division of LSA

LSA is a department that oversees all logistics activities for land, sea , Air the area
covering the central office balikpapan LSA, logistics base Handil, Senipah, POSB And other
location , bekapai , NPU , CPU , SPU

Operations activities in LSA

Responsible in providing marine vessels for transporting personnel and material,
movement of Rigs and barges, and Field Operation support.
Giving assistance in Marine expertise to all entities in East Kalimantan operation.
Provision and managing air and land transport, both personnel and material.
Managing logistic bases which covering delta and offshore operations
Responsible for supply and management and control of fuel for East
Kalimantanoperation i.e. marine vessels, air and land transports, power generation for
offices and housing complexes.
Ensure technical and HSE compliance of all above activities.
Optimizing contract services of logistics and marine.

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3.1.1 Warehouse area : Handiil
- Handling scrap items & moveable assets which requires intense coordination with
- Close to local community
Representative at Delta Site (CPU, NPU, SPU)
q Small marine operation
q Material lifting and handling
q Helicopter ground handling operation
q Fuel distribution for small marine fleet
q Fresh water stock control


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- Managing the biggest warehouse in TEPI EKD area (+70,000

items), mainly for

productions & maintenance

- Managing materials mainly for Drilling and Well Intervention activities (offshore,
- Fast-moving flow request from the user
- Close to local community

Land and Air transportation;

-36 units service car (pick up, double cab, and station wagon)
-Helicopter landing;
-SNP : Only for special flight and medevac
-BKP : average 10 take off landing/week
Heavy Equipment management and material dispatching;
-Fleet : 2 units mobile jib crane (50T and 30T), 2 units Forklift (5T and 3T), 2 units trailer
12T, 1 unit truck 8T
-Average material handling/lifting + 250T/day
-Lifting in critical area (process area, narrow space, and obstacles)
Passenger and cargo to offshore operation;
-Total boat in operation is 7 boats + 2 units COB
-Total seats 203
-Coverage area: PCK (7P/F), BKP (8P/F) and SNB (3P/F), Jack up rigs, barges (CST &
-Average daily passengers: + 190 persons Tanjung Batu (POSB)

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Managing materials mostly for Drilling activities (offshore)

Logistics Base Tanjung Batu is dedicated mainly to support offshore Drilling activities

Handling & Lifting Operation

Warehousing, open yards

Liquid mud plan & cementing

Vessel & jetty activities

Tubular maintenance service


Dodi Heriza Saputra (LSA/TOL/WHS)


Warehouse Service

Transport, Offshore Logistics & Warehouse

Site Lifting

Dodi Heriza Saputra (LSA/TOL/WHS)



Work Placement
During this practical work program underway authors placed at the Logistic Land, Sea,

and Air (LSA) precisely in the LSA / TOL / WHS in Total Logistic Tanjung Batu, with Mr. Untung
Muladi as Mentor and Mr Galih Poernama and Mr. Alex Piri as deputy mentor in site and Mr.
Asep Burhanuddin--Juwaini Fahmi as supervisior logistics in Tanjungbatu

Base Tanjung batu

Participants have a mentor work practices selected from one officer in the location of
Tanjung Batu Logistic Supervisor who will be there to guide and provide direction pattern of
work that will be done during practical work program in progress

Dodi Heriza Saputra (LSA/TOL/WHS)



Dodi Heriza Saputra (LSA/TOL/WHS)



Dodi Heriza Saputra (LSA/TOL/WHS)