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Our work in Indonesia

Our work in Indonesia began in 1968, when we signed the first agreement with the country. In 2001, we returned to the territory, and currently operate in the Exploration & Production and Gas & Power sectors.


From exploration to production

Our activities are focused on the area off the coast of the East Kalimantan province, the area off the coast of the island of Sumatra and the onshore/offshore areas of West Timor and West Papua, with a total of 13 exploration blocks. Our exploration and production activities are governed by Production Sharing Agreements (PSAs). In December 2019, Eni divested to Neptune Energy Group Limited a 20% interest in the East Sepinggan block. Eni will retain a 65% interest and the operatorship.

The majority of production derives from the Eni-operated Muara Bakau exploration block (Eni 55%), where the Jangkrik gas field is located. Production comes from twelve subsea wells connected to the Floating Production Unit (FPU). After being processed by the FPU, the gas produced is transported via a pipeline to the onshore plant connected to the East Kalimantan transportation system, and is then taken to the Bontang liquefaction plant. The gas is sold under a series of long-term contracts, both to the Indonesian state company Pertamina and to Eni itself, which markets it in Asia. The development activities focused on the Merakes offshore gas project in the Eni-operated East Sepinggan exploration block (Eni 85%). 

In December 2018, the development plan was approved by the country's authorities. The project entails the drilling of 5 subsea wells that will be connected to the floating production unit (FPU), where the gas from the Jangkrik production field will also be stored, and from which it will be discharged. After being processed by the FPU, the gas will be transported via a pipeline to the onshore plant connected to the East Kalimantan transportation system, and then taken to the Bontang liquefaction plant or sold on the domestic spot market. Start-up is scheduled for 2020.

The exploratory activities were successful, resulting in the discovery of Merakes East in the Eni-operated East Sepinggan block located off the coast of the country. In May 2018, we won a 100% stake in the East Ganal exploration block, in the deep waters of the Kutei Basin, near the Muara Bakau block.  In 2019, Eni was awarded the West Ganal exploration block (Eni operator with a 40% interest) located in the deep water Kutei Basin, effective since January 1, 2020. The block includes the Maha discovery and other exploration potential areas, where development activities will be supported by the synergies with existing facilities.

We create energy

We integrate our business activity with social and environmental sustainability, in order to create shared, long-term value. In Indonesia, for example, we launched the Jangkrik and Merakes projects in the Exploration & Production sector, as well as working to improve services for the treatment of congenital diseases on the island of Borneo.


The project, which was developed and put into production in a very short time, is located off the shore of the Kalimantan area, within the Muara Bakau block (within which Eni is an operator, with 55%), in the offshore basin in the deep waters of Kutei, at around 400 metres below the surface and 70 km off the coast of the eastern Kalimantan region. Production at the two Jangkrik Complex gas fields began in May 2017, with a time-to-market of just three and a half years following our decision to invest in the project.

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The Merakes development project, located in the Kutei Basin in the waters of the East Kalimantan region, will see the drilling of a series of subsea wells, as well as the creation of a dedicated transportation system, at a depth of around 1500 metres. The project is one of the results of our near field exploration strategy, which allows us to optimise our synergies with existing infrastructures for Jangkrik and also to reduce the costs and timings associated with construction and production start-up.

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Waste management in Samboja

In 2018 we began the project “Clean, Green and Healthy Samboja”, which involved the community of Samboja in recycling and reducing home waste. With the help of a group of enviornmental experts, local families were taught about taking care of their home environment and using barren land to grow fruit and vegetables.

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Responsible Consumption and Production: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns

Joglo Tani Kolong Langit

JTKL is a training centre recently opened in the Samboja area. On its campus, farmers can share their specific skills and expertise in integrated production, growing sources of protein and using vegetable gardens to feed their families.

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End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture