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INDONESIA’S LNG SUPPLY

AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENT
LNG Producer-Consumer Conference 2015

Japan, September 16th 2015
Kementerian Energi dan Sumber Daya Mineral | Energi Untuk Kesejahteraan Rakyat
Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia

AGENDA I. Investment) IV. INDONESIA GAS RESERVE & PRODUCTION II. FUTURE GAS & LNG PROJECT III. Domestic Demand (Virtual Pipeline. CLOSING REMARKS Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia 2 .

I. Indonesia Gas Reserve & Production Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia 3 .

DJMG Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia . INDONESIA’S UPSTREAM OIL & GAS Lack of Aging Gas Production Infrastructure Fasility Declining Declining Reserved Production Main Sources of Reserves Replacement Domestic Ratio ~50% *) source: WoodMackenzie Energy Decreasing Lenghty Exploration Success Exploration Ratio Process Sumber : SKK Migas.

42 17. 54CBM PSCs As of January 1st 2014 Currently 5 PSC 5 Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia .. Inc. 2003) (Geology Agency.99 PAPUA EAST BORNEO SOUTH SUMATRA 2.30 TCF SHALE GAS POTENTIAL= 574 TCF PROVEN = 100. 2003 processed) GAS RESERVE CBM RESOURCES = 453. 2010) POTENTIAL = 49. Indonesia’s Gas Reserve ACEH (NAD) 7.06 13.51 NATUNA NORTH SUMATRA 1.15 50.22 6.21 (Advance Resources Interational.44 MOLUCCAS EAST JAVA 15.84 CENTRAL SUMATRA 7.9 CELEBES WEST JAVA 3.26 TSCF Total CBM Basin = 11 Total Shale Gas Basin = 14 (Advance Resources International.56 23.04 TSCF TOTAL = 149..30 TSCF 1st Unconventional PSC was Contracts Signed up to Aug 2015 : signed on May 2013. Inc.

INDONESIA’S OIL AND GAS WORKING ACREAGES Produksi Eksplorasi 54 CBM PSC 5 SHLE GAS PSC Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia .

II. Future GAS & LNG Project Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia 7 .

500 bopd KEPODANG BUKIT TUA CENTRAL SULAWESI Production Production (2016): CENTRAL(2015): 116 SUMATERA MMscfd 20000 bopd PAPUA 50 MMscfd SOUTH SUMATERA SOUTH SOUTHSULAWESI MAHAKAM 3 ABADI LAMPUNG WEST JTB-CJAVA Production (2015): 120 MMscfd. ONGOING FUTURE Gas Projects Natuna D-Alpha IDD Production: Production (YTD): Bangka: 120 MMscfd (2016) Reserved 4. MASELA Production (2025): 990 MMscfd Production (2019)CENTRAL JAVA EAST 330 MMscfd JAVA MADURA BD Production (2016): 110 MMscfd. RIAU Matindok : 65 MMscfd NORTH ISLANDS EAST SUMATERA KALIMANTAN (2017). 6000 bopd 3200 bopd Donggi: 60 MMscfd (2016).8 MTPA LNG . Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia . 3. Production : Production (2019): 4100 bopd Senoro: 310 MMscfd (2015).6TCF Gehem Hub: 420 MMscfd (2020) Gendalo Hub: 700 MMscfd (2020) JANGKRIK TANGGUH TRAIN-3 DONGGI SENORO Production (2017): 450 MMscfd.

2% 90% (19%) 2014) 80% 80% 70% 70% Natuna D-Alpha 60% 60% 50% 50% 40% 40% 30% 30% 20% 10% DONE 20% 10% 0% 0% World’s Asia Pacific’s IDD Reserves Reserves Donggi Senoro Tangguh Train 3 Legends : Proven Reserves (in TCF) MASELA Demands until 2030 (in TCF) Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia . Pengembangan Lapangan Gas Secara Lebih Optimal Akan Membutuhkan Dukungan Infrastruktur Yang Sebaran Cadangan Gas di Indonesia. (source: Indonesian Gas Balance Report as of Q1 2015) Indonesia contributes 19% of total Asia Pacific gas reserves 100% 100% Indonesia (source: BP Statistical Review of World Energy 90% 8. Memadai (source: Indonesian Annual Reserve Report as of 1-1-2014) Sebaran Permintaan Gas (Contracted) di Indonesia.

Domestic Demand Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia 10 .III.

GAS INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES 2015 – 2025 INVESTMENT Pipeline Liquefaction & Regasification LPG USD 8.5 billion USD 8 billion USD 0.5 billion USD 32.42 billion Gas Station City Gas TOTAL USD 13 billion USD 2.42 billion Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia 11 .

83 440 0 MW MW 423 MMSCFD 6.867 MW 1.754 450 MW MW 38 MMSCFD TOTAL GAS NEEDED: 1. 35.432 MW (38%) Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia 12 .091 147 MMSCFD 48 MMSCFD MW 2.009 MMSCFD TOTAL POWER: 13.000 MW ELECTRICITY PROJECT à Opportunity as an Anchor Buyer 86 MMSCFD 267 MMSCFD 1.

VIRTUAL PIPELINE FOR GAS POWER PLANT IN PAPUA & MALUKU 1.524 NM Gas Salawati 144.494 NM 15 MMSCFD PLTMG Saumlaki 10 MW PLTMG Merauke 20 MW Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia .6 MMSCFD PLTMG Fak-Fak 10 MW MPP Papua (Jayapura) 50 MW PLTMG Jayapura Peaker 40 MW PLTMG Seram Peaker 20 MW PLTMG Namlea 10 MW PLTMG Nabire 20 MW MPP Maluku (Ambon) 70 MW PLTMG Ambon Peaker 30 MW PLTMG Timika Peaker 10 MW PLTMG Langgur 20 MW HUBPLTMG Dobo 10 MW 1.4 MMSCFD PLTMG Biak 15 MW MPP Papua Barat (Manokwari) 20 MW PLTMG Bintuni 10 MW 862 NM Gas Bintuni PLTMG Serui 10 MW 78.

V. Closing Remarks Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia 14 .

INDONESIA GAS BALANCE YEAR 2015 .2030 STARTING GAS IMPORT Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia .

2x from current demand) NEEDED Virtual Pipeline for Eastern Part of Indonesia 3 To initiate this.679 MMSCFD (1. ASEAN LNG Hub 4 (Hub for LNG price reference in ASEAN territory) Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia 16 . Closing Remarks Prospective of Indonesia Gas Supply Development from Conventionalmand 1 Unconvetional encourage with some Attracrive Incentive Challenging Gas Demand for the 2 next 5 years: INVESTMENT 8. the anchor buyer will be for electricity sector and develop the area surrounds it.

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