PT. DJAS SUCCES SUPPORT is a company specialized in Hydraulic system and Electrical system,
HVAC ,Servicing, overhaul and Commissioning for ship’s deck machineries and Ship’s deck crane,
including Trading and other supplies for marine and
offshore industries.
Deck Machineries categories :
*Hydraulic Anchor Windlass
* Hydraulic Anchor Handling Winch
* Hydraulic Storage Reel Winch
* Hydraulic Tugger Winch
* Hydraulic Capstan
* Hydraulic Shark Jaw & Towing Pin
Crane categories :
* Deck Crane Service
* Telescopic Crane
* Knuckle Crane
* Provision Crane
Other Equipment :
* Hydraulic Cylinder such as Lifting Cylinder, Ramp Cylinder and etc.
* Hydraulic Power Pack Unit Trading supplies :
* Hydraulic spares
We also responsible for installation, troubleshooting, and commissioning of electrical system of the
winches and crane for PLIMSOLL, MEP, Marine Equipment and any brands.
With our strong skill and good team work, we believe can deliver & complete our job successfully and
made the customer satisfaction on job result.
“Should you have any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact us, and we will attend on customer
queries to give Technical support, care and solution in everywhere”.
With thanks and regards,
Management and Team Work

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Sunday, 24 April 2011

ConocoPhillips has had a presence in Indonesia

ConocoPhillips has had a presence in Indonesia for more than 40 years operating seven PSCs comprising 20,866 square miles. Four of the blocks are located offshore, the South Natuna Sea Block B PSC, the Amborip VI PSC, the Kuma PSC and the Arafura Sea PSC. The three onshore PSCs are the Corridor Block PSC and the South Jambi ‘B’ PSC, both in South Sumatra, as well as the Warim PSC in Papua.

Block B PSCOperator: ConocoPhillips Indonesia Inc. Ltd. (40.0%)
Co-venturers: INPEX (35.0%), Chevron South Natuna B Inc. (25.0%)
The Block B PSC was awarded in 1968 and first production came on line in 1979. The term of the PSC was extended in 1998 and is currently scheduled to expire in 2028. The block is located in approximately 300 feet of water and has two producing oil fields, as well as 16 gas fields in various phases of development. Seven of the gas fields also have recoverable oil or condensate volumes. In November 2009, the North Belut Field began production. These fields are part of the continuing development of Block B to support existing gas sales commitments, as well as new LPG sales to the local Indonesian market. Natural gas from Block B is sold through two long-term gas sales contracts. The Block B PSC is part of the West Natuna Gas Supply Group, a group of three PSCs that supply gas to Sembgas in Singapore. The Block B PSC also supplies gas to Petronas in Malaysia under a separate contract.
Corridor Block PSC
Operator: ConocoPhillips (Grissik) Ltd. (54.0%)
Co-venturers: Talisman (Corridor) Ltd. (36.0%), PT. Pertamina Hulu Energi Corridor (10.0%)
The Corridor Block PSC is located in South Sumatra and covers a contract area of 911 square miles. The PSC was awarded in 1983 and is scheduled to expire in 2023 under the current extension. The block consists of six oil fields and six natural gas fields. The principal oil-producing fields are Puyuh, Supat and Rawa, and the principal gas fields are Suban, Sumpal, Dayung and Gelam. Gas sales to PT Energasindo Heksa Karya (Energas) began in 2009. In July 2009, ConocoPhillips and PT Chevron Pacific Indonesia (“CPI”) signed a Heads of Agreement for the conversion of the existing gas for oil exchange agreements into gas sale and purchase agreements and agreed to deliver up to 514 BTUs of additional gas from the Corridor Block PSC fields to CPI’s Duri Steamflood. Delivery of the new volumes is anticipated to begin in late 2012 or early 2013.
South Jambi ‘B’ PSC
Operator: ConocoPhillips (South Jambi) Ltd. (45.0%)
Co-venturers: PetroChina International Jambi ‘B’ Ltd. (30.0%), PT. Pertamina Hulu Energi South Jambi ‘B’ (25.0%)
The South Jambi ‘B’ PSC is located in South Sumatra and covers a contract area of 594 square miles. The PSC was awarded in 1990 and will expire in 2020. There are six gas fields, with the Teluk Rendah and Geger Kalong fields currently in production. Gas production from these fields began in 2004 to supply gas to Gas Supply Pte. Ltd. in Singapore. The remaining discoveries are being evaluated for development.
Transasia Pipeline Co. Pvt. ltd.
Through its 35 percent interest in TransAsia Pipeline Co. Pvt. Ltd., ConocoPhillips holds an indirect 14 percent interest in Indonesia’s largest gas transmission pipeline company, PT Transportasi Gas Indonesia (TGI). TGI owns and operates 625 miles of onshore and offshore natural gas pipelines that deliver ConocoPhillips’ South Sumatra natural gas to market and include the Grissik-to-Duri and Grissik-to-Singapore pipelines.

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