Indonesian oil and gas company SakaEnergi is moving ahead with expansion activities on its Pangkah production sharing contract offshore East Java, Indonesia.
The operator has contracts with Indonesian engineering companies to perform field development concept studies and aims to move into the FEED phase later this year, said Jakarta-based industry sources.
Two new WHPs and associated subsea tie-in equipment will be required as a part of the expansion.
The Pangkah permit contains the producing Ujung Pangkah field and several satellites, including Sidayu and West Pangkah.
EPCI contracts for Sidayu and West Pangkah were awarded in late 2019 and early 2020, but it is not known if those fields have come on stream yet.