Ruby Field To Start Production In September 2013

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Ruby Field, Sebuku Block is targeted to start flowing natural gas in September 2013. The Operator of such block, Pearl Oil (Sebuku) Ltd., will immediately lay the pipeline of 300 kilometers from the Ruby Field production facility to Senipah Field managed by Total E&P Indonesie in East Kalimantan.
“The pipe laying is planned to start at 20 September,” said Head of BPMIGAS Representative for Kalimantan-Sulawesi Area, Ngatijan during his visit to Balikpapan Mayor, Rizal Effendi in Balikpapan, early this week end. Appeared in the said meeting is Vice President Government Relation & Business Support, PearlOil, Taufik Rahardjo.

Early production of Ruby Field is expected to 100 million cubic feet oil per day. Ngatijan said, all productions are used for domestic interest, i.e. Pupuk Kalimantan Timur.

“The project is classified as a marginal field with estimated production for 10 years,” he said.
Municipal Government of Balikpapan supports the activities to be carried out. In view that the pipe laying is possible to contact with fishermen activities of catching fish, local government will help coordinating with fishermen community.

“It is suggested that prior to the pipe laying, fishing equipment surrounding the pipeline is recorded in a list by involving relevant institutions such as East Kalimantan Regional Police, Balikpapan Navy Base (Lanal), and Fishermen Representative,” he said. (DAM)

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