Indonesia places oil, gas blocks up for bid

Indonesia invited companies to bid on 41 oil and gas blocks onshore and offshore Sumatra, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, and Java. Bids were accepted starting Aug. 28.“We will award contracts for 20 of the blocks through tenders and the other 21 on the basis of direct offers,” said Luluk Sumiarso, director-general of oil and gas at the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry in Jakarta.The deadline for direct offers is Oct. 11, and the tender offer deadline is Dec. 26.Blocks up for tender are in the Natuna area, South Sumatra, East Kalimantan, West Sulawesi, Lampung, and West Java.“In Natuna, the government is putting three new offshore blocks-Tuna, Cucut, and Dolphin-out to tender...

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