ANPM

AUTORIDADE NACIONAL DO PETRÓLEO E MINERAIS TIMOR-LESTE

To be a leading petroleum and mineral regulatory authority in the region

ANPM

PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON DRAFT OF TIMOR-LESTE ONSHORE DECREE-LAW.

Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Mr. Alfredo Pires opened the International Seminar on Public Consultation on the Draft of Timor-Leste Onshore Decree-law were held in Timor Plaza on 16 June 2017.

Mr. MARI ALKATIRI ATTENDED PUBLIC CONSULTATION IN OE-CUSSE.

President of Região Autónoma Especial Oe-cusse Ambeno, Mr. Mari Alkatiri attended and opened the Public Consultation on Draft of Timor-Leste Onshore Decree-Law in Palaban Oecussi on 12 June 2017.

PUBLIC CONSULTATION IN BAUCAU.

ANPM conducted Public Consultation on the draft of Timor-Leste Onshore Decree-Law in Baucau with participation of local authorities from 4 Municipalities (Baucau, Lautem, Viqueque and Manatuto).

TV TALKSHOW.

ANPM team realized a TV Talkshow on Draft of Timor-Leste Onshore Decree-Law. This is one part of the public consultation with the objective to get more opinions and suggestions from the public.

LICENSED GRANTED FOR STORAGE FACILITY.

First license for Storage Facility granted by ANPM to Esperança Timor Oan-ETO that already installed their Storage Facility in Hera-Dili.

DISSEMINATION OF DL OF SOCIAL SECURITY.

ANPM had been invited to attend the Dissemination of Decree-Law of Social Security in Ministry of Solidarity Social office on 05 July 2017.

Autoridade Nacional do Petróleo e Minerais (ANPM) is Timor-Leste public institution, created under Decree Law No. 1/2016 of 9th February, 1st amendment of Decree-Law No. 20/2008 of 19th June, on the Autoridade Nacional do Petróleo, responsible of managing and regulating petroleum and mining activities in Timor-Leste area, both offshore and onshore and in the Joint Petroleum Development Area (JPDA) in accordance with the Decree Law on the establishment of the ANPM, the Timor-Leste Petroleum Activities Law, the Timor Sea Treaty and the Mining Code.

The ANPM is to establish and supervise compliance with the enacted rules and regulations covering the exploration, development, production, transportation and distribution of petroleum, natural gas resources and mineral. It is also tasked to develop a strong petroleum and mineral management institution in Timor-Leste.

Our Values

C O U R A G E

Collaboration, to conduct efficient and effective collaborating among (i) ANPM’s internal Directorates, and (ii) with its stakeholders.

Openness, openness, honesty and transparency – underpinned by a culture of trust and respect

Unity, ANPM promotes and displays a high degree of teamwork and integration of its employees and Directorates. Whilst appreciating and respecting the culture of intellectual diversity of the individuals that work within it, the ANPM is united in it ambition to become a world class organization in Timor-Leste.

Responsibility, as true leaders, ANPM team members take full responsibility for the results of their actions

Accountability, ANPM and its team members are fully accountable for their ethical standards, behaviour and performance – at all times. Furthermore the ANPM is accountable for the government of Timor-Leste. In performing the task in the JPDA, ANPM is accountable for Timor-Leste and Australia, acting on behalf of both countries.

Global View, whilst operations for the ANPM reside in Timor-Leste, its view is a global one. It works and coordinates activities with operators that are multi-national in nature, size and scope.

Excellence, in line with developing a world class organization, the ANPM believes in excellence – in everything that it does.

Petroleum Production

Barrels of Oil Equivalent (BOE), Monthly Production

:
Barrels of Oil Equivalent (BOE)
Previous 3 months
Month Production (BOE)
Jun '17 3,881,110.84
Jul '17 3,579,747.04
Aug '17 3,187,784.22

Media Release

  • Public Consultation on Draft of Timor-Leste Onshore Decree-Law
     

    Media Release

    dsc_0573Autoridade Nacional do Petróleo e Minerais (ANPM) organize public consultation on Draft of Timor-Leste Onshore Decree-Law. The objective of this public consultation are seeking inputs and guidance from public, gathering public opinions, engaging with local authorities as the community representative, providing equal sharing information and encouraging public participation in policy making in the petroleum sector in Timor-Leste. The Public consultation has been realized in Gleno (covers municipality Liquica, Dili and Ermera) and Maubessi (covers municipality Manufahi, Ainaro and Aileu) on 23rd of May and in Suia and Maliana Municipality on 25th of May and Baucau municipality on 30th of May. The same activities will be held in Special Administrative Region of Oe-Cusse on 12th of June 2017.  
  • Timor-Leste Onshore Production Sharing Contracts Signing

    Media Release

     dsc_0481On Friday, April 7th 2017, ANPM has awarded the onshore Production Sharing Contracts (PSC) TL-OT-17-08 and TL-OT-17-09 to TIMOR GAP Onshore Block, Unipessoal, Lda (a subsidiary of TIMOR GAP, E.P.) and to TIMOR RESOURCES PTY LTD, through the signing ceremony of the two PSCs held at Novo Turismo Hotel. Considering the importance of petroleum resources for the National Strategic Development, there is a need to increase oil exploration activities in the Territory of Timor-Leste. In December 2015, Government approved the Resolution No. 44/2015 of 22nd December, which authorised  the participation of TIMOR-GAP, E.P in the Production Sharing Contracts both in onshore and offshore of the Territory of Timor-Leste. This includes the latest Government Resolution No. 39/2016 of 23rd November, on block subdivision for onshore, and Dispatch No. 09 / GMPRM / XI / 2016, on direct award of petroleum contracts by means of direct negotiation, in certain onshore blocks in South-West Timor-Leste. The Law 13/2005 of 2nd September on Petroleum Activities Law and Decree-Law No. 6/2015 of 11th March confer on the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources powers to authorize oil and gas companies to undertake studies, explore and develop the existing petroleum resources in the Territory of Timor-Leste, in order to generate maximum benefit to the country and its people. Acting pursuant to the Petroleum Activities Law, the Ministry herewith awards these petroleum contracts by means of direct negotiation based on public interest to TIMOR GAP, incorporated and organized under the existing laws of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, and TIMOR RESOURCES PTY LTD, a company incorporated in Australia, and both parties are collectively referred to as "Contractor" for the Production Sharing Contracts (PSC’s) TL-OT-17-08, which covers Covalima and Bobonaro Municipalities, and TL-OT-17-09, which covers Manufahi and Ainaro Municipalities. The minimum work commitments for each of the PSCs are outlined in the table below:
     Contract Years  Minimum Exploration Work Requirements
       PSC TL-OT-17-08  PSC TL-OT-17-09
     First Period
     1 Technical Studies, Geology and Geophysical studies, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), Environmental Management Plan and Seismic Survey planning Technical Studies, Geology and Geophysical studies, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), Environmental Management Plan and Seismic Survey planning
     2  Acquisition, Processing and Interpretation of 100 kilometers 2D Seismic Survey  Acquisition, Processing and Interpretation of 100 kilometers 2D Seismic Survey
     3 Well commitment to the Minimum depth of 2000 meters and Well sample evaluation studies Well commitment to the Minimum depth of 2000 meters and Well sample evaluation studies
     Second Period
     4 Post Well evaluation; Geology and Geophysical studies Post Well evaluation; Geology and Geophysical studies
     5 Well Sample Evaluation and drill Exploration Well (cumulative to the Minimum depth  of 2000 meters) Well Sample Evaluation and drill Exploration Well (cumulative to the Minimum depth  of 2000 meters)
    Third Period
     6 Post Well evaluation; Geology and Geophysical studies. Optional to drill Exploration or Appraisal Well or Wells (Cumulative to the Minimum depth  of 2000 meters) Post Well evaluation; Geology and Geophysical studies. Optional to drill Exploration or Appraisal Well or Wells (Cumulative to the Minimum depth  of 2000 meters)
     7 Post Well technical studies. Drill any one of: recomplete existing well, stimulate existing well OR drill one side track OR drill one exploration Well Post Well technical studies. Drill any one of: recomplete existing well, stimulate existing well OR drill one side track OR drill one exploration Well
    The participation of the TIMOR GAP and its partners will promote capacity building for Timorese nationals and transfer of knowledge and technology on the petroleum industry and enable a greater participation of Timor-Leste nationals in the petroleum industry in the country.
  • First Seminar on IAGS Project Implementation

    MEDIA RELEASE

    dsc_0100Autoridade Nacional do Petróleo e Minerais (ANPM) has conducted first technical seminar on Integrated Airborne Geophysical Survey Project (IAGS) implementation on 16 February 2017 at Timor Plaza Dili. The objective of this seminar was to bring together various geologists and geophysicist from the ANPM, IPG, TIMOR GAP, PT. Karvak, the APG – as the sub-consultant who is currently conducting the survey to discuss about the utilization of the interpretation of the geomorphological features in the geomorphological map to identify geology of onshore Timor Leste and briefly look at the progress of the gravity survey as part of the Integrated Airborne Geophysical Survey project implementation. President of ANPM, Gualdino da Silva in his welcome remarks said that this was the event that the Geologists and Geophysics of Timor-Leste can bring together all knowledge, understandings, and observations about the geology of Timor-Leste for the future. “We all are coming from different background Universities, some graduated from Australian University, Brazilian University, Indonesian University and others universities, now we all think about Timor-Leste, today we are going to see the first geomorphological map of the Timor-Leste, to contribute our knowledge to our nation,” said Gualdino da Silva. Gualdino da Silva added that it was  a good  opportunity for all of us to discuss and further contributing ideas to refine and retune the recently  prepared geomorphological map of Timor-Leste. During the seminar, the Management of PT. Karvak Nusa Geomatika Indonesia, the company who is managing the implementation of the IAGS project in Timor-Leste also presented the overall progress of this project implementation which is currently still ongoing.
  • Indonesia - Timor-Leste Bilateral Meeting on Oil and Gas

    Joint Press Release

    Indonesia - Timor-Leste Bilateral Meeting on Oil and Gas

    dsc_0864Bali, Indonesia, Indonesia’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources hosted a Timor-Leste delegation in Bali Indonesia to discuss the potential cooperation between the two countries in the Oil and Gas sector.  The Timor-Leste’s delegation led by President of the ANPM Mr. Gualdino da Silva and the delegation members consist of the Institute for Petroleum and Geology (IPG, I.P), TIMOR GAP, E.P. (the national oil company) - representing the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources of Timor Leste,  and the observers from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation. The Indonesian side, the participants consists of the representatives from the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, the Research and Development Center for Oil and Gas Technology, Pertamina, the National Gas Company (PT. PGN), PT. Rekayasa Industri, PT. Patra Badak Arun Solusi, and PT. Badak NGL. This bilateral meeting is a follow up of subsequent engagement and participation of Timor-Leste during the Indonesia’s Oil and Gas Partnership Program. Furthermore, the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between Ministries of Foreign Affairs Republic of Indonesia and Timor-Leste on 26 January 2016 on Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Resources Cooperation became the impetus to solidly tie the relationship between the two countries. During this bilateral meeting, the two countries shared its knowledge, experiences and achievements in the oil and gas sector. The fruitful discussions of the meeting bear several actions plan to be conducted by the working group in the future, these actions plan encompass:
    • Participation of Timor-Leste in the Indonesia’s Oil and Gas Partnership in 2017;
    • Education and training opportunities for Timor-Leste students at STEM AKAMIGAS and Competency Development in the G&G sector;
    • Cross-border Joint Study or research in the G&G and Exploration of Oil and Gas;
    • Joint Study for an Onshore LNG Project in Indonesia or Timor-Leste;
    • Joint Study for a gas pipeline from Beaço to Kupang (West-Timor).
    The delegation from both Timor-Leste and Indonesia also agreed to extend the cooperation to Mineral sector in the future bilateral meetings as stipulated in the MOU. The working group has also indicated that the next bilateral meeting will be held in Timor-Leste on the 2nd quarter of 2017.
  • Signing Ceremony of Vocational – Electrical and Instrumentation Training Program
    To initiate a sustainable Vocational Training Program on Electrical and Instrumentation with Centro Nacional de Emprego e Formação, CNEFP Tibar to train 40 selected Timorese and 6 trainers Today in a ceremony in Tibar, an important event was marked by the Government of Timor-Leste, through the Secretary of State for Vocational Training and Employment Policy (SEPFOPE) together with ConocoPhillips and its Bayu-Undan joint venture partners, and the implementing organizations of Cegelec Oil & Gas and CNEFP-Tibar. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and associated Implementing Agreement and Funding Agreements were signed, establishing the start of a two-year pilot vocational training program for 40 selected Timorese. The pilot vocational Training program was developed after a year of collaboration with the Government of Timor-Leste and will provide specialization in Electrical and Instrumentation skills to 40 Timorese trainees. There will also be skill development for six dedicated Timorese Trainers from CNEFP Tibar, who will work alongside the international trainers from Cegelec Oil & Gas throughout the program to ensure skill transfer and a long term sustainable program. The program is funded by the Bayu-Undan Joint Venture under a cost recoverable scheme. “On behalf of the stakeholders of the program, the Government of Timor-Leste, through the Secretary of State for Vocational Training and Employment Policy, ConocoPhillips and the Bayu-Undan Joint Venture, I express great appreciation for the extensive hard-work and collaboration to realize the program.” “We were extremely pleased to work with representatives of the Secretary of State for Vocational Training and Employment Policy and Autoridade Nacional do Petróleo e Minerais (ANPM), to collaboratively select a program that aligns with Timor-Leste’s priorities. Their input, guidance and support has been extremely beneficial in finalizing the  program design and specifically establishing the required frameworks for the training program which have just been signed today." “The ANPM is committed to continuously working with oil and gas companies and the service providers operating in its jurisdiction to maximize opportunities for Timorese people to develop skills that allow them to one-day work in the oil and gas and many other industries,” said Mr. Gualdino da Silva, the ANPM President. ConocoPhillips Australia Vice President Kayleen Ewin was in Dili for the signing and shared her views on the proposed program: “ConocoPhillips is proud of the role we play in supporting the development of the people of Timor-Leste and we are excited about the program which aims to contribute to diversifying the workforce and developing skills in Timor-Leste.” The pilot vocational training program will be located in CNEFP Tibar’s facility and implemented by Cegelec Oil & Gas, a French company. Cegelec Oil & Gas will co-operate closely with CNEFP-Tibar under the supervision of SEPFOPE and all parties will work collaboratively within the management structure established for the training program. “We thank ConocoPhillips and the Bayu-Undan Joint Venture for the chance to work together on the training program. We believe this is an excellent opportunity for selected Timorese nationals to learn skills that will allow them to work in many different industries. We also thank the JPDA Joint Commission representing the governments of Timor-Leste and Australia for their support in facilitating the ongoing efforts in the employment and training of Timorese nationals and the permanent residents in JPDA related activities” said Mr. Ilidio da Costa Ximenes, Secretary of State for Vocational Training and Employment Policy.        

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