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The 12th Asia CCUS Network (ACN) Knowledge Sharing Conference and The Launching of Research Report 'Estimation of Indonesia Basin-Scale CO2 Storage'

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The 12th Asia CCUS Network (ACN) Knowledge Sharing Conference and The Launching of Research Report 'Estimation of Indonesia Basin-Scale CO2 Storage'

Mon, 5 February 2024

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) will be crucial in assisting society to achieve net-zero emissions, providing a means to reduce emissions from sectors that are challenging to decarbonise. Consequently, the availability of storage is an important factor for the successful deployment of CCS and CCUS projects.

Indonesia could play a significant role in CCUS deployment in the region due to the availability of vast sedimentary basins containing geological media suitable for CO2 storage, such as oil and gas reservoirs and deep saline aquifers. There are a total of 128 sedimentary basins across the Indonesian archipelago. Among them, 20 contain proven oil and gas reservoirs that have demonstrated the ability to store significant quantities of buoyant fluids such as oil, gas, and CO2. The remaining basins consist of 27 discovery basins not yet in production, 12 prospective basins with available seismic and well data, and 69 unexplored basins.

Aligned with the ACN Mission to accelerate decarbonisation in Asia, during FY 2023-2024, ACN, in collaboration with BRIN and Lemigas, will conduct a research study titled 'Estimation of Indonesia Basin-Scale CO2 Storage.' The objective is to estimate the potential storage capacity of CO2 at the basin level in Indonesia. It is expected that the availability of data will encourage both local and regional investors to actively support CCS and CCUS deployment in Indonesia. The study's results are open and accessible to the public, allowing stakeholders to benefit from the findings.

The report is prepared by a joint team of experts from the Center for Technology Service - National Research and Innovation Agency (Pusyantek - BRIN), the Testing Center for Oil and Gas LEMIGAS - Directorate General of Oil and Gas, and the Center for Geological Survey (PSG) - Geological Agency, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of Indonesia. The report was completed in December 2023.

To gain recognition from stakeholders, ACN will launch the report, followed by knowledge-sharing sessions about the research study results.

Online Registration

In-Person Registration (LIMITED)

 

Agenda

1:30 PM – 1:35 PM

Shigeru Kimura, Special Advisor on Energy Affairs to the President

 

1:35 PM – 1:45 PM

Prof Dr Tutuka Ariadji, Director General of Oil and Gas, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Indonesia (TBC)

 

1:45 PM – 1:55 PM

Dr Hens Saputraby, Head of Process and Manufacturing Technology Research Center Energy and Manufacturing Research Organization (Pusyantek), National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN)

 

2 PM – 2:30 PM

Moderated by Dr Gusti Sidemen, ERIA Expert on CCS/CCUS

Presented by Dr Usman Pasarai, Senior Researcher, BRIN

 

2:30 PM – 2:45 PM

Comment from Indonesia CCS CCUS CoE ITB, Dr Rachmat Sule 

2:45 PM – 3 PM

Comment from Indonesia CCS Center, Dr Belladonna Maulianda (TBC)

3 PM – 3:25 PM

Q&A

3:25 PM – 3:30 PM

Dr Han Phoumin, Senior Energy Economist, ERIA 

ERIA Speakers

Event Details:

Hybrid Event

The 12th Asia CCUS Network (ACN) Knowledge Sharing Conference and The Launching of Research Report 'Estimation of Indonesia Basin-Scale CO2 Storage',

Monday, 5 February 2024,

13:30 PM, 15:30 PM

Jakarta time, UTC+7