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Indonesia's LNG export curtailment - another response to low spot prices

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08 December 2014

Indonesia's LNG export curtailment - another response to low spot prices

Report summary

Indonesia has curtailed some LNG exports from the Bontang and Tangguh liquefaction plants.  With the domestic LNG market unable to absorb the volume, due to infrastructure capacity constraints, some feedgas supply from corresponding PSCs has been curtailed and shut-in.  About 820 mmcfd of gas supply is affected, with Total (Offshore Mahakam PSC) and BP (Vorwata and Sanga Sanga PSCs) most impacted.

Table of contents

    • Bontang volumes most at risk
    • Tangguh output also facing curtailment
    • Combined impact on LNG supply from Indonesia
    • Secondary effects on upstream field performance
    • Conclusion

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  • LNG output from Bontang
  • Gas production for Bontang by field

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