Country Manager - Far East
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First Geothermal Well Perforation
NESR Indonesia carried out its first successful geothermal casing perforation operation in MTB-A05 and MTB-A03, Sokoria Geothermal Indonesia, which is owned by KS Orka.
The Sokoria geothermal field is targeted to produce a total of 30 MW using wellhead turbine power plant. However, the completion test result indicates that the produced flow rates of MTB-A05 and MTB-A03 are lower than the initial target, whereas the highest temperature profile is found in cased hole zone. In order to optimize of the highest temperature zone, a casing perforation operation had to be conducted.
NESR Indonesia’s wireline team conducted 66 runs of gun perforation to perforate both MTB-A05 and MTB-A03 using 7” 12-spf 12-ft XDP gun system without any miss-fire. Test result showed that NESR’s team successfully perforated the wells and doubled their flow rates.
NESR Wins First Prize at the IPA Convention in Jakarta
NESR Indonesia won 2 prizes for best booth design and best booth content at the 2019 Indonesian Petroleum Association (IPA) Convention and Exhibition.
NESR Indonesia Participates in a Sustainability Seminar in Jakarta
NESR Indonesia participated in “Beyond Sustainable: Bridging the Gap to Sustainable Development Goals For a More Prosperous Indonesia”. The sustainability seminar, organized by Fruitful Business 2020, aims to raise ESG awareness and collaboration between sustainability-minded businesses.
IPA Convention & Exhibition, Indonesia
CT Basic Operators Training in Handil
Indonesia CT crew received HSE and technical training conducted by HSE Supervisor and CT EIC.
NESR Indonesia Team Climbs Mount Batur in Bali
NESR’s Indonesia team climbed Mount Batur (1,717 meters) in Bali, demonstrating strength, comradely and teamwork. This team building activity underlines NESR’s core values and commitment to success, overcoming challenges, and promoting employee health and wellbeing.
NESR Successfully Completes Multiple Perforation Operations on Two Geothermal Wells in the Far East