PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk (“MedcoEnergi" or the “Company”) has signed a share Sale and Purchase Agreement
PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk and its subsidiary Medco Bawean (Holding) Pte Ltd (together as “MedcoEnergi” or the “Company”), have entered into a Sale and Purc ...
PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk ("MedcoEnergi" or the "Company") yesterday held the Annual General Meeting of Shareholde ...
PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk (“MedcoEnergi”) is pleased to announce that it has agreed to acquire a controlling st ...
Today, PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk has announced its audited consolidated financial statements for the period ending 31 March 2016 (“1Q 2016”).
PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk (MedcoEnergi) is pleased to announce the signing of a 10 year extension of the Production Sharing Contract for the Contract Area Lematang (PSC)
PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk through its subsidiary PT Medco E&P Malaka (MedcoEnergi) is pleased to announce it has reached agreement to acquire Japex Block A Ltd’ ...
PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk (MedcoEnergi) is pleased to announce it has been awarded a 10 year extension of the Lematang Production Sharing Contract (PSC) effective April 6 ...
Today, PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk (“MedcoEnergi” or “the Company”) released its financial statements for the year ending December 31, 2015 with a gross profi ...
PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk through its subsidiary PT Medco E&P Malaka (MedcoEnergi) is pleased to announce the award and signature of th ...
Jakarta, 19 September 2016 – PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk (“MedcoEnergi" or the “Company”) has signed a share Sale and Purchase Agreement (“SPA”) to acquire ConocoPhillips Indonesia Inc. Ltd. (“CIIL”) and ConocoPhillips Singapore Operations Pte. Ltd. (“CSOP”), both subsidiaries of ConocoPhillips (“COP”).
CIIL is the Operator of the South Natuna Sea Block B PSC (“SNSB”) with a 40% working interest and is the Operator of the West Natuna Transportation System (“WNTS”). CSOP operates the Onshore Receiving Facility (“ORF”) in Singapore. The WNTS infrastructure together with the Malaysian pipeline is, and will continue to be the focal point for the commercialization of existing discoveries and ongoing exploration activities within the Natuna area. The transaction is expected to complete in Q4 2016.
Roberto Lorato, CEO, said that “Once effective, this acquisition will add substantial gas and liquids reserves and increase MedcoEnergi’s daily production by over 35%. With solid cash flows despite the current low oil price, the transaction is immediately accretive. Above all, we acknowledge SNSB’s world class operating scale and infrastructure, it’s highly experienced and proven operating team and best-in-class health, safety, and environmental record. We look forward to integrating the asset into MedcoEnergi’s upstream portfolio.”
Hilmi Panigoro, President Director, commented that, “As a national private oil and gas company, we continue to seek opportunities to grow MedcoEnergi’s contribution to the Indonesian economy. This transaction will strengthen MedcoEnergi’s footprint in Indonesia and significantly enhance its upstream oil and gas capabilities through the integration of world-class offshore operations.”
Jakarta, September 5, 2016 – PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk and its subsidiary Medco Bawean (Holding) Pte Ltd (together as “MedcoEnergi” or the “Company”), have entered into a Sale and Purchase Agreement dated 1 September 2016 with Hyoil (Bawean) Pte Ltd (“Hyoil”), to divest 100% interest in Bawean PSC through the sale of shares in Camar Resources Canada Inc (“CRC”) and Camar Bawean Petroleum Ltd (“CBPL”). Bawean PSC is an offshore oil producing asset located off the coast of East Java, 1H 2016 production from Bawean was approximately 670 bopd.
The Company has operated the Bawean PSC since 2004 through its holding in CRC. The Bawean PSC will expire in 2031 following the 20 year contract extension granted by the Government of Indonesia in 2010.
Roberto Lorato, CEO, said that “This divestment is aligned with our plans to rationalize our portfolio in order to focus on higher growth assets. The divestment will create value for both MedcoEnergi and HyOil shareholders. HyOil is better placed to further explore and develop Bawean PSC and will do so with the support of an experienced team.”
Jakarta, 30 June 2016 - PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk ("MedcoEnergi" or the "Company") yesterday held the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders (AGMS) and an Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders (EGMS).
The AGMS approved the 2015 Annual Report and 2015 Audited Consolidated Financial Statements of the Company, appointed Independent Public Accountants who will audit the Company’s Financial Statement for the year ended 31 December 2016, fixed the remuneration of the BOD and the BOC for the period of January – December 2016 and elected the Board of Commissioners and Board of Directors.
MedcoEnergi released its 2015 financial results on March 31st and a copy of the Press Release is available on its website.
At the EGMS the Shareholders also approved the implementation of a Management, Director and Employee Stock Ownership Program with share allocations from existing Treasury shares. With this Program the Company will aim to align the interests and motivation of Shareholders, Directors and Employees of the Company.
On 30 June 2016 the Company released its Q1 Audited Financial Results. A copy of the Press Release is reproduced below and is also available on the Company’s website.
MedcoEnergi CEO Roberto Lorato said "As we know 2015 was a difficult year but we have made a strong start to 2016 with the release of our 2016 Q1 results. I am also very pleased by the strong support demonstrated by our Shareholders towards our efforts to make MedcoEnergi and ever stronger and more competitive company.”
Jakarta, June 30, 2016 – PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk (“MedcoEnergi”) is pleased to announce that it has agreed to acquire a controlling stake in PT Amman Mineral Internasional (“AMI”) which controls 82.2 percent of PT Newmont Nusa Tenggara (NNT)for USD 2.6 billion. AMI has just recently purchased NNT from Newmont Mining Corporation and Sumitomo Corporation, recording one of the largest structured finance deals in South East Asia this year.
Hilmi Panigoro, President Director of MedcoEnergi, remarked that, “This transaction is immediately accretive for MedcoEnergi given NNT’s world scale operation. We are committed to maintaining high standards in safety, environmental stewardship and social responsibility, and high quality workforce that are the foundation of MedcoEnergi’s operational success to date. This will strengthen MedcoEnergi position as Indonesia’s premier independent energy and natural resources company, and reaffirms our commitment to contribute to national development.”
MedcoEnergi Group Chairman Muhammad Lutfi says “This transaction is strategic not only for MedcoEnergi Group but also for setting two new important precedents for Indonesian and international investors. First this deal proves that with the collaboration of Indonesian companies, state-owned banks, government and the public at large would bring solution to every challenge the country faces. Secondly, Newmont and Sumitomo deserve a lot of praise for setting a new precedent for international investors in the natural resource sector that being cooperative and supportive towards realizing the aspiration of the people can only mean good for everybody.”
MedcoEnergi Group and AP Investment join forces to acquire controlling stakes in AMI with the support of Indonesia’s three largest state-owned banks namely Bank Mandiri, BNI and BRI with transaction structure that is sophisticated and rare by Indonesian banking practice.
“I am honored to witness and learn firsthand from the country’s best bankers. The sophisticated structure that the three state-owned banks applied in this transaction is expected to bring more similar and equally important transaction in the future,” said Hilmi Panigoro.
AP Investment is led by Agus Projosasmito, Indonesia’s seasoned investment banker and former President Director of Danareksa Securities. Agus made his reputation by spearheading and co-founding the country’s most memorable deals. This includes the formation of Star Energy with the acquisition of Conoco Phillips off-shore operation in Natuna in 2002 and the acquisition of Wayang Windu – a geothermal leading company – from Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank in 2004.
MedcoEnergi founder Arifin Panigoro could not be happier. “I feel blessed because for the many times Medco Energi Group reaffirms its main characteristic as a pioneer that would open new frontier for the industry and the country. We cannot thank the government more for the shared vision and the great support.
Completion of the transaction is contingent upon obtaining both Government and MedcoEnergi shareholders approvals.
SUMMARY OF 1Q 2016 PERFORMANCE
· Average production of 64.5 MBOEPD (49.9 MBOEPD in 1Q15)
o Oil Production – 30.7 MBOPD (31.1 MBOPD in 1Q15)
o Gas Production – 197.6 MMSCFD (109.9 MMSCFD in 1Q15)
· Increase in production volume by 29.3%
· Lematang PSC awarded 10 years extension and increased working interest to 100%
· EPC Contract for Block A, Aceh has been awarded to JEC
· Acquisition of Japex’s 16.67% interest in Block A, MedcoEnergi to hold a total of 58.33% interest
· EBITDA of US$65 million
· Net profit of US$10 million
· Oil and Gas operating cash costs reduced by 7%
· Solid liquidity with cash and cash equivalent of US$ 400 million
Jakarta, 30 June 2016 – Today, PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk has announced its audited consolidated financial statements for the period ending 31 March 2016 (“1Q 2016”).
Hilmi Panigoro, President Director of MedcoEnergi stated that “Despite the continuing difficult price environment, our 1Q 2016 performance is on track to meet our 2016 operational and financial targets. Production in 1Q 2016 has been strong and our cost efficiency efforts are becoming evident in our results.”
Operational Highlights in 1Q 2016
- Production volume was 29.3% higher than in 1Q 2015 at 64.5 mboepd.The increase in production volume was mainly attributed to the additional contribution of Senoro-Toili Gas field which started operation in June 2015 and in 1Q 2016 produced a total of 102.5 mmscfd of gas. Oil production decline in mature fields continues to be successfully mitigated through focused production optimization.
- MedcoEnergi announced several milestones in the development of its Major Projects:
- In Lematang PSC, South Sumatra the Company was awarded a 10 year extension and increased its working interest to 100% with the completion of the Lundin acquisition.
- In Block A PSC, Aceh the Company awarded the Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract for the Phase 1 gas project development to a consortium of PT JGC Indonesia and PT Encona Inti Industri (JEC).
- The Company entered into an agreement to acquire Japex Block A Ltd’s 16.67% interest in the Block A PSC. Upon completion MedcoEnergi will hold a 58.33% operating interest in the block.
Financial Highlights in 1Q 2016
- MedcoEnergi’s average realized oil price for the period was US$ 30.6/bbl per barrel or 40% lower compared to 1Q 2015, whilst average realized gas price was US$ 4.14/mmbtu.
- Total revenue was booked at US$ 144.6 million or 13% higher compared to 1Q 2015.
- The Company lowered operational oil and gas cash costs by 7% from US$ 59 million in 1Q 2015 to US$ 55 million in 1Q 2016, with unit production cash costs at US$ 6.9/boe.
- Gross profit recorded at US$ 58 million and operating income of US$ 34 million. The Company’s EBITDA (Earnings before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization) increased by 45% to US$ 65 million, with an improved EBITDA margin up from 35.4% to 45.3% year on year.
- 1Q 2016 the Company booked net profits from operations of US$ 10.3 million, compared to the net loss of US$ (37.4) million in 1Q 2015.
Jakarta, 28 June 2016 – PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk (MedcoEnergi) is pleased to announce the signing of a 10 year extension of the Production Sharing Contract for the Contract Area Lematang (PSC) through its subsidiaries PT Medco E&P Lematang, Lundin Lematang BV and Lematang E&P Limited, effective as of April 6, 2017.
Following approval of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of the Republic of Indonesia (ESDM), this PSC was also signed by the Upstream Oil and Gas Regulatory Special Task Force (SKK Miigas) today at ESDM office, Jakarta.
PT Medco E&P Lematang is the Operator and together with other MedcoEnergi subsidiaries holds 100% participating interest under the PSC. Average gross daily gas production from Lematang Contract Area in 2015 was 38 Bbtud. This Contract Area is located in South Sumatra, close to the South Sumatra Contract Area which is owned and operated by PT Medco E&P Indonesia, a subsidiary of MedcoEnergi.
Roberto Lorato, CEO of MedcoEnergi remarked, “MedcoEnergi appreciates the trust shown by the Government of Indonesia and the opportunity to continue to operate this PSC. The signing of the 10 year extension reaffirms the Company’s commitment to contribute to Indonesia’s growing energy needs and its ability to leverage and create value from its strong position as Indonesia’s premier independent energy company”.
Jakarta, 2 May 2016 – PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk through its subsidiary PT Medco E&P Malaka (MedcoEnergi) is pleased to announce it has reached agreement to acquire Japex Block A Ltd’s 16.6667% interest in the Block A Aceh Production Sharing Contract. Completion of the transaction is conditional on the approval of the Government of Indonesia and the Government of Nangroe Aceh Darussalam. Upon completion MedcoEnergi will hold a 58.3334% operating interest in the block.
MedcoEnergi recently awarded the Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract for the Phase 1 development of the Block A gas project to a consortium of PT JGC Indonesia and PT Encona Inti Industri (JEC). First gas will commence in the first quarter 2018, when under the Gas Sales Agreement signed in January 2015 with Pertamina, MedcoEnergi will deliver 58 Billion British Thermal Units (BTU) per Day, 198 Trillion BTU over 13 years.
Roberto Lorato, CEO of MedcoEnergi, remarked, “This acquisition further underlines MedcoEnergi’s strong domestic position and our commitment to develop and monetize the resources in this block in support of the Government’s plan to develop Aceh infrastructure.”
- The current participating interest in the block is MedcoEnergi 41.6667% (operator), KrisEnergy 41.6666%, and Japex 16.6667%.
Jakarta, 28 April 2016 – PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk (MedcoEnergi) is pleased to announce it has been awarded a 10 year extension of the Lematang Production Sharing Contract (PSC) effective April 6, 2017.
MedcoEnergi has also now completed the acquisition of Lundin’s key Indonesian PSCs, including it’s 25.8824% participating interest in Lematang PSC. The completion occurred after receiving the required Government approvals.
The Lematang PSC is located in South Sumatra, close to the MedcoEnergi operated South Sumatra PSC. MedcoEnergi is the Operator and holds 100% participating interest through its wholly-owned subsidiaries. Average gross daily gas production from Lematang in 2015 was 37.9 million standard cubic feet per day (mmscfd).
The signing of the 10 year extension demonstrates the Company’s ability to continue to leverage and create value from its strong domestic position.
Roberto Lorato, CEO of MedcoEnergi said “MedcoEnergi appreciates the trust shown by the Government of Indonesia and this opportunity to continue to operate this PSC.”
9 October 2015 - MedcoEnergi Acquires Lundin Indonesia Holding B.V.
SUMMARY OF 2015 KEY PERFORMANCE
· Average production of 55.6 MBOEPD (56.0 MBOEPD in 2014)
o Oil Production – 31.6 MBOPD (31.6 MBOPD in 2014)
o Gas Production – 140.5 MMSCFD (142.9 MMSCFD in 2014)
· Senoro Gas field was placed into service, on time and on budget
· Extension of the Karim Field Service Contract in Oman
· GSPA signed with Pertamina for the delivery of 198 TBTU on Block A
· GSPA signed with Perusda Mura Energi for the delivery of 8.75 TBTU in South Sumatra
· Entered into a co-development agreement for Ijen Geothermal, and a PPA extension for Singa power plant
· EBITDA of US$217 million
· Net financial impairments of US$180 million
· Substantial reduction in cash costs and operational capex
· Raised SG$100 million Medium Term Note and refinanced the Senoro gas plant
· Closed 2015 with over US$450 million of cash reserves
Jakarta, 31 March 2016 – Today, PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk (“MedcoEnergi” or “the Company”) released its financial statements for the year ending December 31, 2015 with a gross profit of US$208 million and US$90 million operating profit.
Hilmi Panigoro, President Director of MedcoEnergi, stated, “2015 was a difficult year for the industry in general, but the Company has emerged strongly and delivered 2015 EBITDA of US$217 million despite the low price environment. Going forward, the new Board of Directors has set out its business priorities with the intent to improve the Company’s financial performance. These priorities include further cost and capital efficiency and prioritizing reduced project cycle time in our portfolio of domestic developments. We will also continue to exercise MedcoEnergi’s strategic position in Indonesia to create value for our stakeholders through selective domestic resource acquisitions, contract extensions as well as gas sales and subcontractor renegotiations.”
Operational highlights in 2015
Oil production was stable year on year at 31.6 MBOPD, despite the turmoil in Yemen and was the result of successful efforts to mitigate natural decline in our domestic assets. Gas sales declined slightly reflecting lower customer demand in 2015. As the Company focuses upon value, 2016 production is expected to be in the range of 55 to 60 MBOEPD.
Senoro gas field was placed into service, on time and on budget in July 2015. Production from Senoro continues to exceed expectations with a gross production capacity of 355 MMSCFD. Concurrently, the Donggi Senoro LNG (“DS-LNG”) plant was also successfully placed into service. Following inauguration of both the Senoro gas and DS-LNG by Joko Widodo, President of Indonesia, DS-LNG delivered its first cargo in September 2015. In 2015, the DS-LNG plant delivered 12 LNG cargoes, and MedcoEnergi expects that to more than double in 2016 with a full year of operations.
In July 2015, MedcoEnergi signed a 25 year extension to its Karim Small Fields service contract. The Company has operated in Oman since 2006 and the extension demonstrates Oman’s confidence in MedcoEnergi as an operator.
Through its power subsidiary, the Company entered into a CSPA with Aboitiz Power of the Philippines to co-develop the 110 MW Ijen Geothermal Project, and extended the PPA for the Singa power plant in South Sumatra.
In January 2015, MedcoEnergi signed a gas contract with Pertamina for the long term delivery of 198 TBTU of gas from Block A. This first phase of developments on this PSC is expected to begin production in 2018 following the recently awarded EPC contract to JEC.
Also in January 2015, MedcoEnergi signed a gas contract with Perusda Mura Energi, South Sumatra for the delivery of 8.75 TBTU over 11 years. The contract will fulfil the gas needs for electricity generation in Musi Rawas regency.
Financial Highlights in 2015
2015 EBITDA was US$217 million despite an oil price decline of almost 50% whereas realized gas prices were essentially stable, reflecting the Company’s mix of oil and fixed price gas contracts.
The Company booked US$180 million net financial impairments due to the low oil price.
Cash costs were reduced by 16%. Similarly, reduction in operational capex excluding acquisitions by 62% and in cash lifting cost 23%. During 2016 the Company will continue to make further sustainable expenditure reductions, deferrals and where appropriate renegotiate its exploration commitments.
The Company raised SG$100 million in early 2015, part of an overall SG$500 million Medium Term Note program and later in the year refinanced its Senoro gas plant.
The Company ended the year with significant liquidity, closing 2015 with over US$450 million of cash reserves.
Jakarta, 30 March 2016 – PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk through its subsidiary PT Medco E&P Malaka (MedcoEnergi) is pleased to announce the award and signature of the US$ 240 million Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract with the consortium of PT JGC Indonesia and PT Encona Inti Industri (JEC) for the development of the Block A gas project in Aceh.
First gas will commence in the first quarter 2018, when under the Gas Sales Agreement signed in January 2015 with Pertamina, MedcoEnergi will deliver 58 Billion British Thermal Units (BTU) per Day, 198 Trillion BTU over 13 years.
Roberto Lorato, CEO of MedcoEnergi, remarked, “This is just the first phase of our plans to develop and monetize the resources on this Block.”
The award reaffirms MedcoEnergi’s strategic position as Indonesia’s premier independent energy company, and it will make a significant contribution to both national development and the Government’s plan to develop the infrastructure of the Aceh Province.
- The participating interest in this project is MedcoEnergi 41.67% (operator), KrisEnergy 41.66%, and Japex 16.67%.
JEC is a consortium of PT JGC Indonesia and PT Encona Inti Industri. JGC has just completed the development of the Donggi Senoro LNG plant in Central Sulawesi, in 2015.