中国石化新闻网讯 据俄罗斯油气网9月24日消息称，《投资者日报》援引SKK Migas董事长Dwi Soetjipto的话说，该监管机构和埃克森美孚已就Cepu的新钻井计划达成协议。
Cepu合同位于爪哇东部陆地，包括Banyu Urip主油田，以及Jambaran-Tiung Biru、Kedung Keris、Alas Tua east和Alas Tua West等大型油气田。
朱佳妮 摘译自 俄罗斯油气网
Indonesia approves ExxonMobil drilling plan at giant Cepu Block
SKK Migas chairman Dwi Soetjipto was quoted by Investor Daily as saying that the regulator and ExxonMobil have reached agreement on the proposed new drilling campaign at Cepu.
He said: It is hoped that drilling will start next year, so there will be drilling of 5 infill wells and 2 exploration wells for clastic layer. SKK Migas expects an additional 42 million barrels of oil reserves to be confirmed by the 5 infill wells.
The regulator has been disappointed that production is falling faster than it expected at the block. This is alarming as Cepu, which holds the Banyu Urip project, one of Southeast Asia’s biggest oil developments, is Indonesia’s largest oil producing block.
So far this year, oil production at Cepu has averaged 208,936 barrels per day (b/d) or 95.4% of this year’s target of 219,000 b/d, according to SKK Migas.
The Cepu contract is onshore east Java, and contains the main Banyu Urip oil field, plus other sizeable oil and gas fields, including Jambaran-Tiung Biru, Kedung Keris, Alas Tua East, and Alas Tua West.
ExxonMobil holds 45% of the total participating interest in the Cepu Block, officially known as the Cepu Cooperation Contract. The Cepu KKS, operated by ExxonMobil will continue until 2035. There are rumours that ExxonMobil is seeking to divest its stake.