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Indonesia Kutei exploration basin

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Report summary

The Kutei Basin is the largest Cenozoic basin in Indonesia and covers an extensive area of onshore Kalimantan, extending into ultra-deepwater at the centre of the Makassar Strait. Future exploration is expected to focus on two main offshore plays that offer the majority of prospective resource: the shallow coastal waters of the Shelf play, and a deepwater Tertiary turbidite sandstone play. Gas discoveries are likely to be developed as feedstock to the Bontang LNG plant. Compared to other Indonesian basins, the basin has delivered the largest amount of resource discovered, and offers the largest future resource potential. However, the Kutei Basin has underperformed in terms of value creation among its peers over the past decade due to tough PSC terms and long project leads. Indonesia's 2018  licensing round includes six conventional blocks in the South Sumatra Basin: one under direct proposal and six under regular tender. Full details are available for download in pdf and xls format.

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Table of contents

Tables and charts

This report includes 62 images and tables including:

Tables

  • Key play characteristics
  • Tertiary Shelf
  • Tertiary Deepwater
  • Key facts: Table 1
  • Key facts: Table 2
  • Key companies: Table 1
  • Key well operators (TYP period)
  • Company success rates and discoveries
  • Key basin data
  • Top discoveries (TYP period)
  • Forecast data by play (outlook)
  • Costs: Table 1
  • Summary of discovery and development costs
  • Indonesian 2008 model PSC terms - Tertiary Shelf and Deepwater plays
  • Full cycle economic analysis
  • Tertiary Shelf
  • Tertiary Deepwater
  • Tertiary Shelf
  • Tertiary Deepwater
  • Tertiary Shelf
  • Tertiary Deepwater
  • Average value of future discoveries and implied acreage value
  • Reserves and resources: Table 4
  • Reserves and resources: Table 5

Images

  • Value creation versus investment (TYP period)
  • Value creation versus investment (outlook)
  • Exploration history map
  • Exploration wells by play
  • Participation: Image 1
  • Expiry forecast of current licences
  • Value creation, spend and volume discovered
  • Returns by drilling year
  • Summary and key issues: Image 3
  • Gross exploration wells completed by operator
  • Net exploration wells completed by participant
  • Drilling activity by well type
  • Cumulative exploration wells by play
  • Discoveries and success rates
  • Discoveries by licence year and drilling year
  • Basin creaming curve
  • Volumes discovered by year
  • Average discovery size and volume per well by year
  • Cumulative discoveries by play
  • Cumulative volumes discovered by play
  • Exploration and appraisal spend
  • Exploration spend per well and average well depth*
  • Brent and local oil price assumptions
  • Henry Hub and local gas price assumptions
  • Breakeven price versus prospect size
  • Value creation versus investment
  • Tertiary Shelf
  • Tertiary Deepwater
  • Tertiary Shelf
  • Tertiary Deepwater
  • Value of potential discoveries
  • Unit value of potential discoveries
  • Value of potential discoveries
  • Unit value of potential discoveries
  • Breakeven price of exploration
  • Discount rate breakeven price sensitivities
  • Breakeven price of exploration
  • Discount rate breakeven price sensitivities

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