Andri Purwandani, Andri
Pusat Teknologi Inventarisasi Sumberdaya Alam, BPPT

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MODELING OF OIL SPILL ON MONTARA WELL HEAD PLATFORM IN THE TIMOR SEA

Widyariset Vol 15, No 3 (2012): Widyariset
Publisher : LIPI-Press

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Modeling of oil spill on Montara well head platform in the Timor Sea, with short-term period from August 20,2009 until January 5, 2010 has been conducted. The purpose of this study was to examine the pattern of the spreadof oil spills (the distribution, the areas of oil exposure, concentration of the oil spill and the time of exposure)which was a possible entry into the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of Indonesia. The results indicated that an oilspill scenario of 400, 1,500 and 2,000 barrels per day were obtained the maximum value of the oil concentrationof 54.0 ppm, 202.4 ppm and 270 ppm, respectively. The total area of oil spill exposure in EEZ of Indonesia wasabout 41,360 km2 with an average maximum area exposed for 2 hours and a maximum of 3:29 hours. Comparisonbetween the results of oil spill modeling with image analysis of Modis Aqua and Terra (SkyTruth) were obtainedthat the extent of distribution and movement patterns differ from one to another. Furthermore, the verification andvalidation of the modeling results with the field data are still required.

PREDIKSI LUASAN AREA TERPAPAR TSS DARI KEGIATAN DREDGING PADA ALUR PEMASANGAN PIPA RC-06 DI ESTUARI DELTA MAHAKAM

Jurnal Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Alam dan Lingkungan (Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental Management) Vol 9, No 1 (2019): Jurnal Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Alam dan Lingkungan (JPSL)
Publisher : Graduate School Bogor Agricultural University (SPs IPB)

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In general, natural resources capable of generating foreign exchange, such as: gas, petroleum and various other minerals are found in locations that have high productivity. Conditions of waters that have high productivity serves to support the sustainability of biological resources (e.g.: fish, mangroves, seagrass beds, seaweed and coral reefs). The government in this case the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (formerly the Ministry of the Environment) actually has made the signs of a rule that must be met by business actors who conduct activities in sensitive areas to environmental changes. PT. Total E & P Indonesia (TEPI) located in Balikpapan has long been engaged in exploration and exploitation of oil and gas in the Mahakam Delta. The large flow of branches of the Mahakam River empties into the Mahakam Delta provides a promising business opportunity for the farmers to open their business. While TEPI has oil wells are scattered in the delta area, pipelines are needed to collect the oil from the wells to the processing site. Because of the large number of streams causing many oil and gas pipes to cross the river (river cross pipes) that require special handling and meet the standards of technical rules and environment set by the government to be safe from passing boats or fishing boats that pass at the location. This study was conducted to predict the extent of exposed areas of exposure, especially the TSS concentration generated from the dredging activities in the pipeline. The simulation results show that the area of impact (TSS> 80 mg / L) is 74275.13 m2 dominantly moving westward from the dredging location (RC-06 = River Crossing Pipe No. 6). The farthest distance of the affected river body (TSS> 80 mg / L) to the west is 557.00 m from RC-06. The farthest distance of the affected river body (TSS> 80 mg / L) to the northeast is 240.81 m from RC-06. The farthest distance of the affected river body (TSS> 80 mg / L) to the southeast is 216.98 m from the RC-06 location. There is no water mass with TSS> 80 mg / L entering the pond. Sedimentation due to dredging activities is not accumulated and has no impact on shrimp farming business. The results of this study is expected to make a scientific basis in helping solve the problem of compensation requested by the farmers to TEPI due to decreased tambak production.