Elnusa Has Accomplished the Largest 3D Marine Seismic Project in Indonesia

Jakarta, 4 Desember 2017 – PT Elnusa Tbk (Elnusa), is one of the national leading energy services company, has completed the project of 3D Marine Seismic with client Talisman Andaman BV, in Andaman Sea, Aceh by the end of November 2017. This marine seismic project covered more than 3000 km2 and acknowledged as the largest 3D marine seismic activity in Indonesia. The survey was carried through ‘ELSA Regent’ the biggest Indonesian flag seismic vessel owned by Elnusa completed with 10×10 km long streamers and were handled by crew made up of the best Indonesian professionals. Survey was conducted with Continuous Line Acquisition dan Marine Seismic Broadband technology.

Business Development Director of Elnusa Budhi N Pangaribuan stated that, “We have completed this 3D Marine Seismic project succesfully on time and delivered high quality seismic data recognized by our client. It has proven that Elnusa as a national energy services company are able to provide an excellent services to the industry.

“Further, with its qualities, ELSA Regent can also be utilized by all Oil and Gas Coorperation Contract (Kontraktor Kontrak Kerja Sama/ KKKS) for their oil & gas exploration or other activities throughout Indonesia and regional”, Budhi said. This seismic survey was supported by synergy between Elnusa Group and another subsidiary of PT Pertamina (Persero).

The completion of this 3D marine seismic survey was also lift Company’s optimism to the end of the year. Another 3D land seismic in West Papua is also in the stage of finalization. The success of these projects are our main catalyst and contributor of Elnusa’s upstream segment revenue.

This year, Elnusa also expand the growth of another business lines through non-asset based engineering, procurement, construction, operation & maintenance (EPC-OM) services and downstream segment over logistic and fuel transportation business. “the aforementioned has increased our confidence level to post the end of 2017 with an improved and encouraging result”, said Budhi.***