Indonesia’s Saka Energi is pressing ahead with expansion projects at its Pangkah production sharing contract offshore East Java, Indonesia.
The oil and gas company targets moving into front end engineering and design (FEED) later this year once it has completed field development concept studies. Two new well head platforms and associated subsea tie-in equipment will be needed as part of the expansion.
The Pangkah permit holds the producing Ujung Pangkah field, as well as several satellites, including Sidayu and West Pangkah.
Earlier this year, Saka released bid invitations to contractors interested in offering circulation drilling tools to support Saka’s activities at the Ujung Pangkah field.
The estimated duration of the contract was 180 days, and it was expected to begin in April 2021.