Mubadala

Ruby Gas Field

Ruby Gas Field

Mubadala Petroleum operates the Ruby field in Indonesia, producing gas for local requirements

Ruby Gas Field

Mubadala Petroleum operates and has a 70 percent working interest in the Ruby gas field, located offshore in Indonesia’s Makassar Strait. It was the first project in Mubadala Petroleum’s global portfolio that the company took through the complete upstream cycle, from exploration and appraisal, through development and into production.

Ruby gas field, located in Indonesia’s Makassar Strait, is the first project in Mubadala Petroleum’s international portfolio that has been taken through the full upstream cycle, from initial exploration through to production, which commenced in October 2013.

Gas from the Ruby field is supplied to Indonesian fertilizer manufacturer, PT Pupuk Kalimantan Timur, for use at plants that support the Indonesian national food program and growth of the Indonesian economy. The offshore area will produce approximately 250 billion cubic feet of gas for sale to the domestic market over the life of the field.

Together with its partners, Total E&P Sebuku and Inpex South Makassar Ltd., Mubadala Petroleum has invested approximately US$500 million in Ruby’s facilities.  Mubadala Petroleum operates and has a 70 percent working interest in the project. Total E&P Sebuku and Inpex South Makassar Lt equally split the remaining 30 percent interest.

Ruby’s development and construction phases, representing ten million man-hours of work, were distinguished by an exemplary safety record, among the best in class when compared to current international oil and gas industry performance standards.

The development of the Ruby gas field was sanctioned in June 2011 and produced first gas flow ahead of schedule in October 2013. A 312-kilometer-long subsea pipeline connects the Ruby platform to the dedicated terminal for processing at the Senipah onshore gas plant in Indonesia, operated by Total E&P.

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