Regulation Of The Minister Of Energy And Mineral Resources, Number 6 In 2010

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Energi Dan Sumber Daya Mineral Nomor 6 Tahun 2010

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BN 058-2010 REPUBLIC INDONESIA No. 58, 2010 MINISTRY of ENERGY and MINERAL RESOURCES. Oil and Natural Gas. The Increase In Production. The guidelines. REGULATION of the MINISTER of ENERGY and MINERAL RESOURCES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 06 2010001 YEAR in 2010 ABOUT POLICY GUIDELINES INCREASED OIL and GAS PRODUCTION with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MINISTER of ENERGY and MINERAL RESOURCES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that oil and Gas had a very big contribution to the country's acceptance and fulfillment of energy and raw materials industry in the country , and at this point the production of oil and Natural Gas has decreased; b. that the potential oil and Gas can still be optimized for manufactured so that in order to seek an increase in the production of oil and Gas need to set guidelines for a policy of increased production of oil and Gas in a regulation of the Minister of energy and Mineral resources; Remember: 1. Act No. 22 of 2001 concerning oil and Gas (State Gazette of the Republic of www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, lndonesia No. 58 2 2001 Number 136, Supplement State Gazette lndonesia Number 4152); 2. Government Regulation Number 35 of 2004 concerning the business activities of the upstream oil and Gas (State Gazette of the Republic lndonesia 2004 Number 123, the extra Sheet Republic lndonesia Number 4435) as amended the last two times with the Government Regulation Number 55 in 2009 (State Gazette of the Republic lndonesia in 2009 Number 128, Supplement State Gazette Number 5047 lndonesia); 3. Government Regulation Number 42 in 2002 about the Agency Executing the business activities Upstream Oil and Gas (State Gazette of the Republic lndonesia 2002 Number 81, State Gazette Supplementary lndonesia Number 4216); 4. Presidential Decree Number 83/P in 2009 on October 21, 2009; 5. Regulation of the Minister of energy and Mineral resources Number 0030 2005 20 July 2005 about the Organization and the work of the Department of energy and Mineral resources; Decide: Define: REGULATION Of The MINISTER Of ENERGY And MINERAL RESOURCES Of The POLICY GUIDELINES Of INCREASED PRODUCTION Of OIL And Natural GAS. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this ministerial regulation is: 1. Oil and Gas is Petroleum and Natural Gas. 2. The same employment contract is a contract for the results or the form of the contract of cooperation in exploration and exploitation activities more profitable State and results are used to sebesar-besar the people's prosperity. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 58 3 3. The contractor is a business entity or a business form Remains assigned to conduct exploration and exploitation in the area Work based on a contract of cooperation with the Implementing Agencies. 4. Exploration is an activity that aims to obtain information about the geological conditions to discover and obtain the estimated oil and Gas reserves in the region specified. 5. The exploitation is a series of activities aiming to produce oil and Gas from a specified Region, which consists of the drilling and completion of wells, construction of means of transport, storage, and processing for separation and purification of oil and Gas in the field as well as other activities that support it. 6. the Minister is the Minister whose duties and responsibilities include business activities of oil and Gas. 7. The implementing Agency is an agency established to do control the upstream business activities in the field of oil and Gas. 8. the Directorate is the Directorate of field duty and its business activities include oil and Gas. 9. The Director General is the Director General of the duties and responsibilities in the field of oil and Gas. Article 2 Any mandatory exploration and exploitation efforts aimed at supporting the achievement of the targets set out in the Government's program of Budgetary revenue and Expenditures of the State and other government policies that support increased production of oil and Natural Gas. CHAPTER II IMPLEMENTATION of the POLICY EFFORTS of the INCREASED PRODUCTION of OIL and GAS Contractors Liability is considered Part of article 3 in the context of implementation of the provisions referred to in article 2, the contractor is obliged to do: www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 58 4 a. completion of exploration activities in the discovery of the structure and expedite the submission of a proposal for a new field development plan of reserves already discovered; b. the acceleration of the implementation of the development activities of the field first; c. the acceleration of the implementation of the next field development activities; d. pengupayaan development or manufacture back field which is still potentially good ever manufactured or that hasn't been manufactured; e. pengupayaan manufacture return wells that are still potentially good ever manufactured and has never been manufactured. Article 4 (1) in the framework of the implementation of the provisions referred to in article 3 letter a, letter b, letter c and the contractor is obligated: a. reported oil and Gas reserves to the Minister through the implementing Agency for a period of at least 14 (fourteen) calendar days after the implementing Agency designated by; b. proposed a field development plan for a period of at least 90 (ninety) calendar days after the oil and Gas reserves-defined Earth as stated on the letter a; c. start the field development activities for a period of at least 180 (one hundred eighty) calendar days after the approval of the field development plan; d. start the production of oil and/or Natural Gas for a period of at least 2 (two) years after getting the approval of the development of the field. (2) the implementation of the development of the field referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c, required by the contractor in accordance with the work plan and budget, and the provisions of the legislation. (3) in the event of due consideration of technical and/or economic conditions referred to in subsection (1) may not be performed by the contractor, the Minister in particular the Director-General may establish other policies in the framework of the acceleration of the production. Article 5 (1) in the framework of the implementation of the provisions referred to in article 3, letter d the contractor is obligated to: www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 58 5 a. doing an inventory of the field that does not produce yet still potentially and report the results of the inventory to the implementing Agency for a period of at least 14 (fourteen) calendar days after the establishment of this Ministerial Regulation; b. report to the Minister through the implementing agency for filing plans accompanied manufacture returns for a period of at least thirty (30) calendar days after the completion of the inventory referred to in subparagraph a. (2) in case the plan manufacture back as mentioned on paragraph (1) will be conducted with the cooperation of other parties, must be requested through the implementing agency of the Minister's approval. Article 6 in the event that the contractor does not propose a concession plan against a field that does not produce yet still potentially as stipulated in article 5 clause (1), the contractor is obligated to return it to the Minister to set out the policy pengusahaannya. Article 7 (1) in the framework of the implementation of the provisions referred to in article 3 of the letter e, the contractor is obligated: a. do an inventory of the Wells did not produce but are still potentially in a field that is producing and reporting the results of the inventory to the implementing Agency for a period of at least 14 (fourteen) calendar days after the establishment of this Ministerial Regulation; b. report to the Minister through the implementing agency for filing plans accompanied manufacture returns for a period of at least 90 (ninety) calendar days after the completion of the inventory referred to in subparagraph a. (2) in case the plan manufacture back as mentioned on paragraph (1) will be conducted with the cooperation of other parties, must be requested through the implementing agency of the Minister's approval. Article 8 implementation of the provisions referred to in Article 3 to article 7 with regard to Contracts of cooperation and refers to the legislation. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


2010, no. 58 6 part two obligations of the implementing Bodies article 9 within the framework of implementation of the provisions referred to in article 2, the Agency Implementing mandatory: a. support the process of acceleration of the preparation and publishing of legislation that is needed; b. speed up the process of granting permissions and approvals associated with increased production; c. increase the effort control and supervision over the implementation of the employment contract; d. increase the Cooperation Contract conformity with these efforts by Contractors in the implementation of rights and obligations; e. make improvements to internal coordination in order to the completion of the related problems of the petroleum operations. Article 10 within the framework of implementation of the provisions referred to in article 9 of the implementing Agency, the letter a is mandatory: a. conduct an inventory and evaluation of the implementation of laws-an invitation that was associated with increased production of oil and Gas and to report the results to the Minister with a copy to the Director-General for a period of at least 30 (thirty) calendar days since the establishment of this Ministerial Regulation; b. convey the substance of the material inputs in the framework of the preparation of the necessary legislation to increase oil and Gas production to the Director-General for a period of at least thirty (30) calendar days after the completion of the inventory referred to in subparagraph a; c. doing an evaluation of the implementation of Contractual cooperation and provide input for the drafting of an alternative form of employment contract and/or the principal provisions of the contract of cooperation to the Director General for a period of at least 90 (ninety) calendar days since the establishment of this Ministerial Regulation; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 58 7 d. make adjustments and realignment against the provisions and guidelines of tata's work for a period of at least 30 (thirty) calendar days since the establishment of this Ministerial Regulation. Article 11 implementation in the framework of the provisions referred to in article 9 of the implementing Agency, the letter b is mandatory: a. deliver recommendations accompanied by consideration of the first field development plan (POD) to the Minister for a period of at least 40 (forty) calendar days since receipt of the proposal from the contractor in full; b. give the approval field development (POD), for a period of at least 40 (forty) calendar days since receipt of the proposals of Contractor in full; c. give the approval of Plans of work and budget (Work Programme and Budget) and/or Financial Spending Authorization (Authorization Financial Expenditure) for a period of at least 40 (forty) calendar days since receipt of the proposals of Contractor in full; d. provide a recommendation of approval a transfer of rights and obligations (in farm and farm out) for a period of at least 14 (fourteen) calendar days after receipt of the proposal from the contractor in full; e. give approval of use of facilities jointly (sharing facilities) for a period of at least 14 (fourteen) calendar days after receipt of the proposal from the contractor in full; f. provide a recommendation of approval to the Minister in the event of a unitisasi for a period of at least 14 (fourteen) calendar days after receipt of the proposal from the contractor in full; g. provide recommendations upon the import of goods, equipment, petroleum operations for a period of at least 14 (fourteen) calendar days after receipt of the proposal from the contractor in full. Article 12 in the implementing provisions referred to in article 9 of the letter c, the implementing Agency is obligated: a. carry out the supervision and evaluation of the implementation of the first and subsequent POD in accordance with the agreement of the POD that was approved; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 58 8 b. carry out the supervision and evaluation of the implementation of Work Plans and budgets (Work Programme and Budget) and/or Financial Spending Authorization (Authorization Financial Expenditure) which has been approved by the implementing Bodies; c. make improvements to supervisory care wells and facilities the production of oil and Natural Gas. Article 13 in the carrying out of the provisions referred to in article 9 of the letter d, the implementing Agency is obligated: a. increase the intensity of the monitoring and oversight of the activities of the contractor; b. give a reprimand/warning to Contractors who do not carry out obligations according the contract of cooperation; c. give recommendations to Ministers for sanctions in the same employment contract termination when there is a breach of contract of cooperation and/or legislation. Article 14 within the framework of implementation of the provisions referred to in article 9 of the letter e, the implementing Agency is obligated to: a. facilitate and conduct internal coordination for accelerating the resolution of problems; b. report to Minister over the problems that have yet to be resolved to be retrieved its policies. Article 15 in addition to the obligations as set forth in article 9 and article 14, the Agency Implementing mandatory: a. set the magnitude of oil reserves and Natural Gas recently found in a period of at least thirty (30) calendar days after the discovery of the new; b. set the production target allocation for each Contractor are tailored to target the production of oil and Gas of the national Government; c. conducting oversight of conformity with these grammar time field development plan submissions against the oil and Gas reserves of the www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 58 9 found as referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) letter b and report its progress periodically every month to the Director General. The third section Directorate General article 16 Obligations in the framework of implementation of the provisions referred to in article 2, the Directorate-General is obligated: a. accelerate the process of preparing and publishing laws-invitation required; b. speed up the process of granting permissions and approvals associated with increased production of oil and Gas; c. increase the efforts of the construction, control and supervision over the implementation of the activities of the contractor; d. enhancing the efforts of conformity with these regulations by the contractor in the performance of rights and obligations; e. enhancing internal coordination and cross-sectoral in order the settlement of problems in petroleum operations. Article 17 within the framework of implementation of the provisions referred to in article 16 a, Director-General of mandatory: a. deliver an inventory and evaluation of legislation associated with increased production of oil and Gas to the Minister for a period of at least 30 (thirty) calendar days since the establishment of this Ministerial Regulation; b. prepare and draw up the draft legislation necessary to increase production of oil and Natural Gas for a period of at least thirty (30) calendar days after the completion of the inventory referred to in subparagraph a; c. conduct evaluation of form and subject matter of the contract terms of cooperation and propose the same employment contract form alternatively and/or the principal provisions of the contract of cooperation to the Minister for a period of at least 90 (ninety) calendar days since the establishment of this Ministerial Regulation. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 58 10 Article 18 in order execution of the provisions referred to in article 16 the letter b, Director-General of mandatory: a. deliver considerations to the Minister in order granting approval of the field development plan (POD) for a period of at least thirty (30) calendar days after receipt of the proposed development plan the first field (the I POD); b. give permission/recommendations for a period of at least 10 (ten) calendar days since receipt of the complete application. Article 19 in the carrying out of the provisions referred to in article 16 of the letter c, the Director General is obligated to: a. evaluate and analyse the implementation of the activities of Contractors associated with increased production of oil and Gas; b. provide information early concerning particulars and proposals of anticipation to the Minister on matters related to the increased production of oil and Gas; c. take the necessary measures as a follow-up to the results of the evaluation report referred to in letter a and letter b. Article 20 in the implementing provisions referred to in Article 4 letter d, the Director General is obligated to: a. provide a reprimand/warning to Contractors who do not carry out obligations in accordance with the regulations of the Minister; b. give sanctions to contractors who do the repetition of the violations after he gave a reprimand/warning as stated on the letter a. Article 21 in order to the implementation of the provisions referred to in article 16 of the letter e, the Director General is obligated to: a. facilitate and conduct coordination with internal agency sectors energy and mineral resources for accelerating the resolution of problems in the petroleum operations; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


2010, no. 58 11 b. facilitate and conduct cross-cutting coordination for accelerating the resolution of problems in the petroleum operations; c. report to the Minister upon the problems that have yet to be resolved to be retrieved its policies. CHAPTER III MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS Article 22 in the execution of exploration and Exploitation as referred to in article 2, the contractor is obligated to prioritize the utilization of goods, services, technology and capability engineering as well as architecture in the country. Article 23 the results of production from exploration and exploitation of the mandatory requirement for the fulfillment of the agriculture in the country. Section 24, setting Policy, guidance and oversight required in the framework of implementation of the provisions referred to in Article 22 and article 23. Article 25 in order to assist the implementation of the program of increased production of oil and Gas, the Minister can form a team of Supervisors Increased production of oil and Natural Gas. CHAPTER IV PROVISIONS COVER Article 26 with the establishment of this Ministerial Regulation, any provision in the regulations of the Minister and the implementation regulation is contrary to the Regulations is repealed and the Minister stated does not apply. Article 27 this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date specified. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 58 12 so that everyone knows it, ordered the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on February 2, 2010 the MINISTER of ENERGY and MINERAL RESOURCES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, DARWIN ZAHEDY SALEH Enacted in Jakarta on February 2, 2010 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, PATRIALIS AKBAR www.djpp.depkumham.go.id