ConocoPhillips starts gas delivery from Indonesia's Suban field

ConocoPhillips(Grissik) Ltd., operator of Suban gas field on the Corridor Block production-sharing contract (PSC) area in South Sumatera, has achieved first gas delivery via a gas processing plant recently completed as part of the Indonesian field's second phase development.

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Mar. 7 -- ConocoPhillips (Grissik) Ltd., operator of Suban gas field on the Corridor Block production-sharing contract (PSC) area in South Sumatera, has achieved first gas delivery via a gas processing plant recently completed as part of the Indonesian field's second phase development.

The development also includes a series of planned development wells, the first of which, the Suban-10 well, was drilled, completed, and is producing at a constrained rate of 150 MMscfd.

ConocoPhillips, under a 17-year gas sales agreement, will supply 2.2 tcf of gross gas to Perusahaan Gas Negara via the South Sumatera-West Java pipeline. Gas sales deliveries from the field are expected to start later this year.

Interest holders in Suban field are ConocoPhillips 54%, Talisman Energy Inc. 36%, and PT Pertamina 10%.

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