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INDONESIA’S DECOMMISSIONING CHALLENGE REPORT

Many of Indonesia’s oil and gas fields, both on and offshore, are coming to the end of their commercially viable operational lifespan. More than 60% of Indonesia’s oil and more than 30% of gas production comes from late-life-cycle resources spread across the world’s largest island country.  Despite investment and use of enhanced oil field recovery measures, as well as increasing automation to extend the economic lifespan of these assets, decommissioning will soon become necessary.

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Indonesia decommissioning problem

However Indonesia, like many countries  new to the prospect of  decommissioning energy infrastructure,  face many key technological, fiscal, environmental, regulatory and industrial capacity issues, which  need to be addressed by both government and industry decision makers.

This report, commissioned by the consulting and advisory arm of London and Aberdeen based Precision Media & Communications aims to take a look at many of the issues Indonesia and other South East Asian oil producing nations are likely to face with the prospect of decommissioning the region’s oil and gas aging energy infrastructure both onshore and offshore…

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