Pertamina Decommissions Offshore Oil and Gas Platform in Attaka Block

Summary

PT Pertamina has reportedly decommissioned the Southeast Asian country’s first offshore oil and gas platform in partnership with South Korean companies, according to upstream regulator SKK Migas. The platform, formally owned by Chevron, operated in the East Kalimantan-Attaka Block offshore Balikpapan, Energy Voice reported.

The decommissioning project was part of a government-to-government partnership agreement between Indonesia and South Korea. Pertamina worked with a South Korean consortium led by KHAN Offshore for the rigs-to-reef pilot project. Other South Korean companies involved: Rovostech, ZEN, Samin SMT, KOC, JD Engineering, BMI, Ocean Wide, CIIZ, Korea Aquatic Life Institute, and Neo-Max.

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