EN.BADAKSATU.COM – The Special Task Force for Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities (SKK Migas) together with Committee VII DPR RI has just monitored the development of the Jambaran Tiung Biru (JTB) project, Friday (17/6) ). The project, which is one of the national strategic projects, is in the area of Cepu PEP implementation.
During his visit, SKK Migas chief Dwi Soetjipto stated that JTB is designed to produce up to 192 million cubic feet of gas per day (Million Standard Cubic Feet per Day / MMSCFD), of which 330 MMSCFD are incoming gas. will support the electricity sector. , Fertilizers and Industry in Java.
“The JTB project is expected to come on stream in July 2022. Based on the progress of project completion and the results of field monitoring, it is estimated that the gas will be able to flow on July 20, 2022,” said Dwi, in its official statement, Saturday (18/6/2022).
Furthermore, according to Dwi, the existence of this project also has a multiplier impact with the involvement of national industries from large to small scale, including industries from the regions. Dwi explained, the JTB project has an estimated project development cost of US$1.55 billion, or Rp equivalent. 22 trillion, with a Domestic Component Level Commitment (TKDN) of 40%, or equivalent to Rp. 8.8 trillion.
In addition, Dwi said, support from stakeholders, including the DPR Commission VII, plays a very important role in optimizing the management of the national upstream oil and gas industry.
On the same occasion, Committee VII DPR RI member Nasril Bahar said that the JTB project is very strategic and can bring great benefits to the lives of the people of Bojonegoro and other East Java as well as Central Java.
“Because with the fulfillment of energy from the JTB, there will be an economic movement, which will also bring revenue to the country through its sale of gas, so that the JTB becomes an important foundation in the fulfillment of national energy”, said Nasril.
The House of Representatives Committee VII’s specific visit to the JTB project aimed to continue to strengthen the upstream oil and gas industry in and around East Java, which currently contributes 24.4% to the total oil and gas extraction nationally. .
So that the operational reliability of upstream oil and gas management and the completion of upstream oil and gas projects can maintain the supply of oil and gas to support energy security building efforts for sustainable development to support the realization of Vision 2030, ie the production of 1 million barrels of oil (BOPD) and 12 trillion cubic feet of gas per day (BSCFD).
In East Java and its surroundings there are 22 ACs, of which 17 have entered the production phase and another five are still in the exploration phase. The 17 WK produce around 203,500 BOPD or around 33 percent of national production and 555. MMSCFD of gas or around 10.4 percent of national production.
Until 2025 there are still about 7 Gas projects, including Jambaran Tiung Biru and 1 Oil project in this area, which will increase production up to 500 MMSCFD and 2800 BOPD. (TSA)