A partnership between two of the world’s biggest energy companies will attempt to accelerate carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) for the oil and gas industry in Indonesia.
Pertamina (PT) and ExxonMobil signed a Joint Study Agreement on May 13th as part of a collaboration that will see the companies advancing CCUS in developing countries.
The partners will focus on applying technologies to three oil and gas fields including West Java Area (Widuri Field) and the East Kalimantan Area (Peciko and Badak).
Set to last for two years, the cooperation agreement between PT and ExxonMobil is also designed to establish regional CCS/CCUS centre storage and discover upgraded oil and gas recovery areas and blue hydrogen generators.
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