The supply of raw gas would be derived from 2 oil fields, Mudi Field and Sukowati Field, located in Kabupaten Tuban in East Java province which is now operated by Job Pertamina-  PT Gasuma Corporindo– PetroChina East Java. The current output of this MIGAS block is 22,000 barrels per day of crude oil and related gases. Operations had commenced since January 1998.
We concern for increasing hydrocarbon Exploration and production more efficient with more performance and decreasing of drilling costs in same time.
We interest to take a change, as our slogans “making concept to reality,” conducted by our next program.

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from Flare to Consumable LPG
PT Gasuma Corporindo and PetroChina, now Pertamina's partner in the Tuban joint operating body (JOB), stands to benefit from the Sukowati bonanza. This field, straddling the adjacent Cepu block, is said to have over 2 bn barrels of oil in place with recoverable reserves on the Tuban side estimated to be in excess of 400m barrels.

PetroChina came to Indonesia in April 2002, as it acquired from Devon Energy of the US stakes in six oil and gas fields for $262m, its first such deal outside of China. The move was to help meet China's rapidly growing energy demands, with the IEA having forecast the world's biggest nation will need as much as 12m b/d of oil by 2030. PetroChina's acquisitions are in Central Sumatra, the Salawati Basin in West Papua and East Java's Tuban. The latter's Sukowati field has a prolific Jujung Fm.

PT Gasuma Corporindo and PT Pertamina (Persero), Pertamina EP, PetroChina International Java Ltd, and Medco E&P Tuban, for the supply of 13.14 TBTU worth US$21.02 million, for six years starting in 2008. The project calls for a stabilised production rate of 130 MCF/d of gas for export to Singapore and 1,315 t/d of LPG for export to Japan. Makmur and North Geragai are also set to produce 15,000-20,000 b/d of oil.