1948 - 2024

Raisis Arifin Panigoro

Advisor of MedcoEnergi



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MedcoEnergi Completes First Shipment of Condensate from Senoro Field

Media Release

2015-08-18

MedcoEnergi Completes First Shipment of Condensate from Senoro Field

Banggai, 18 August 2015 – PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk (MedcoEnergi/Company) through Joint Operating Body Pertamina Medco Tomori Sulawesi (JOB PMTS) is pleased to announce that it has completed its first shipment of condensate from Senoro Gas Upstream Production Facility. The condensate cargo was sold on a FOB (Free On Board) Delivery Point basis, where the buyer would responsible for the cost of transporting the condensate. This first lifting is MedcoEnergi’s portion as one of the shareholder of JOB-PMTS, and the next shipments will be allocated for Pertamina Hulu Energi (PHE) and Government’s portion.

The tanker carrying 210,000 barrels of condensate, the Nord Snow Queen, start loading on August 16th 2015 about 05.00 p.m. and left the Senoro Marine Terminal about 02:00 a.m. on August 18, 2015.

Lukman Mahfoedz, CEO and President Director of MedcoEnergi cited, "Today's announcement marks an important milestone in MedcoEnergi’s growth strategy. This shipment is also a testament to the Company’s success in completing the last phase of important commercial aspect of this project. Thereof, we are hoping that the Government of Indonesia would provide more opportunities for National Companies to continue developing energy in Indonesia in the future."

About JOB-PMTS

Senoro Upstream Gas Production Facility is operated by the Joint Operating Body Pertamina - Medco E&P Tomori Sulawesi (JOB-PMTS) which comprises of MedcoEnergi (30%), PT Pertamina (50%), and Tomori E&P Ltd (20%). The project was pioneered by MedcoEnergi after acquiring JOB Senoro Tomori block in 2000. Until 2005, MedcoEnergi endeavored to develop this gas field, which has about 1.9 TCF of gas reserves, but in a remote location far from any gas infrastructure or gas market. Total investment of the upstream Senoro is US$1.2 billion. The Senoro Upstream Facility has two Trains of production facility with a total production capacity up to 310 million standard cubic feet per day (MMSCFD) of gas and 8,500 barrel per day (bpd) of condensate.(***)