Jabung Gas And Condensate Field

Summary Information

  • Operator: CNPC
  • Country: Indonesia
  • Location: 1.03 Jabung PSC, South Sumatra Basin
  • Production start:
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  • Type: Oil / Gas
  • Estimated Reserves:
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  • The Jabung PSC that is situated onshore Sumatra, some 600 kilometres north west of Jakarta, and 200 kilometres south of Singapore
  • It includes the North Geragai, Makmur, Gemah, Northeast Betara and North Betara oil and gas fields
  • Gas is processed at the onshore Betara Gas Processing Plant


  • Penspen: Project Management Consultancy Services for the installation of a new Gas Booster Station at Jabung


  • 2001 - Purchase and sale agreements between Pertamina & Hess, to supply gas to Singapore enable the start of the project
  • 2002 - Petrochina acquired Devon's 30% stake
  • 2003 - Pertamina & CNPC acquired Hess's stake


  • Jabung sub-basin lies in the northern nose of the prominent South Sumatra Basin that has produced total cumulative of 2.1 BBO and 2.5 TCF of oil and gas, is Paleogene back arc basin. Its evolution experienced synrift, regional subsidence, and up-lift provided source rocks, reservoirs, seals, as well as preservation of hydrocarbon. The productive Tertiary reservoir consist of alluvial-fan to fluvial facies, delta facies, lacustrine, and marine facies, within evolution of fault controlled depocenter provided sediment development, subsidence and shrinkage.


  1. CNPC in Indonesia
  2. Characteristics of Fluid of Jabung Sub-Basin, South Sumatra, Indonesia
  3. Penspen Pipeline References
  4. Amerada Hess Welcomes Gas Sales Agreements
  5. PetroChina announces the acquisition of Devon Energy's Indonesian operations
  6. Amerada Hess Announces Sale of Interest in Jabung PSC

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