Application of Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) in Tanjung field by Pertamina EP is expected to increase production up to four times.
“After the pilot EOR project in Tanjung Field has been completed which is around 12 months, later launched a new project as a whole, is expected in the next few years oil production can be increased three to four times,” said Deputy Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources, Susilo Siswoutomo hope, Monday (07/29/2013).
To support the EOR program, Pertamina EP will make 48 to 50 injection wells and production wells 134. “We expect production to reach 18,000 barrels per day in 2016,” said Vice Minister.
Susilo added that this applied EOR process will not interfere with the environment because that is injected is not a hazardous material. “The adverse effects on the environment, does not exist because it is injected salt, soda and surfactants made IPB. The whole must meet environmental criteria, so no one will be channeled into the trenches, “said Susilo.
Regarding the success rate of the EOR project, Susilo said, depending on the indication shown from the results of wells that have been injected, the current has been injected for eight months. The result, based on three monitoring wells of 300 meters which dinjekskan showed an increase in production.
EOR technology is one of the advanced oil depletion method for optimizing the production of an oil and gas field. EOR is a key national oil production, but the high cost is an obstacle in the application of EOR application.
Tanjung Field EOR project contract was signed in 1989 followed by a pilot project in 1990 and began full operation in 1995.
At the time of the injected fresh water into the well of 100,000 barrels of water per day, and produce oil in the range of 10,000 barrels of oil per day. Currently EOR with chemical injection was implemented Pertamina EP’s especially Tanjung Field by injecting in one of the wells as a pilot project.
Mobile operator Telkomsel recorded a net profit of Rp 15.7 trillion in 2012, growing 22% over the previous year with the growth of 17% to 125 million.
It is delivered in the General Meeting of Shareholders (AGM) held recently at the Head Office and attended by the Board of Commissioners Telkomsel Telkomsel.
Noted, all aspects of double-digit growth and exceeded the average Indonesian telecommunications industry, with revenue growth of 12% to Rp 54.5 trillion, including EBITDA in 2012 were also increased to Rp 30.6 trillion, or 11%.
Telkomsel continued positive growth is believed to be a strong foundation to face competition in the telecommunications industry in 2013, is getting tougher by doing a variety of groundbreaking products and services.
“The high confidence to Telkomsel subscribers increasingly cemented as a market leader by the number of subscribers reached 125 million and a 55% market share of the three largest mobile operators in Indonesia,” said Original Brahmin, Corporate Secretary of Telkomsel, Tuesday (04/16/2013).
With 125 million subscribers, Telkomsel is arguably the operator by the number of customers in the world’s sixth largest.
Subsidiary of Telkom also conduct a variety of innovations beyond telco and mobile services and digital data-based businesses, such as by supporting less cash society such as T-Cash and creative industries such as mobile applications and Value Added Services (VAS) other.
Throughout the 2012 SingTel has deployed more than 11,675 3G base stations to fulfill the number of Vodacom 3G base stations to 15 thousand units. Vodacom currently has a total of approximately 54 297 base stations throughout Indonesia.
“Telkomsel has consistently implementing technology roadmap of 3G, HSDPA, HSPA +, as well as being the first operator in Indonesia which successfully tested the service Long Term Evolution (LTE),” First said.
Telkomsel will trust the quality of service has received recognition both nationally and internationally with a number of awards to more than 100 within a period of 18 years serving Indonesia.
Edge tiles South Sukabumi district in West Java is not only known as a tourist spot that presents a stunning natural beauty. In this place is also known as a center for the manufacture of sugar palm tree.
Thousands of acres of palm tree that became the main raw materials, extends far along the eye could see, dotting the beaches nan eksotikdi southern tip of West Java’s like Pangumbahan Beach, Seven Waves, Cibuaya, Cipanarikan and others.
Call it Uti, a housewife who is a crafter manufacturer cultivate brown sugar brown sugar manufacturing business. She had long enough with other crafters successfully producing quality red sweets are prepared and consumed around Sukabumi other areas.
Tapping sap from coconut trees, brown sugar that has created a distinctive taste. Tons of sugar in it every day produced by Uti and fellow crafter other end tiles.
According to Uti, the resulting sugar palm tree has a distinctive taste. Quite often a lot of people who are interested to wear it. In addition to form larger pieces of mostly sugar, brown sugar palm tree is relatively cheaper. In addition, the sap of the coconut tree can be tapped on a daily basis without worrying about running out of supplies.
In one area locations making sugar palm tree, there is a 40 to 50 crafters sugar makers. Usually in one area there is one manager who had land and capital are referred to as coconut plantations had the garden. The craftsmen are usually given the freedom to pick and process them into coconut sap sugar, with provisions landowner must obtain a deposit of sugar products every month.
“The craftsman shall love brown sugar 50 kg per month to have the garden or PT,” said Uti time to talk to detikFinance, in the center area of brown sugar Edge Tile Sukabumi, Monday (03/09/2009).
According to at least one area of the land owner must provide to tens of hectares of coconut trees to meet the raw material needs of sap for craftsmen. It is conceivable, if the price of 1 pound of brown sugar valued at Rp 7,000 multiplied by 50 kg for the crafters can make money of Rp 350,000 per month for the owner of the garden.
If it is multiplied by 50 artisans then at least tens of millions of money going into the pockets of plantation owners per month, without the hassle.
Of the craftsman, making brown sugar manage quite tempting as well, knowing the average production of the craftsmen can produce 20-30 kg of sugar per day. Of total production was the craftsman must collect sap from dozens of palm trees every morning.
“To make 30 kg of brown sugar, it is taken from the tree leads 80 tablets,” said Dada the other crafters.
According to Dada typically the crafters get leads on average to 25 liters of juice per day. Of raw materials that could be produced more or less linearly with the amount of production per kilogram of sugar.
Dada claimed he could get a net gain per day between Rp 50000-75000 per equivalent average or 2 quintals of sugar per month. He confessed used to sell to middlemen who are in the estates. The profit after cut off by the costs of fuel wood and timber needs 1 month culprit drug.
“The weight of it is in wood, one person can take 2 cars a month firewood, a car Rp 380,000 and Rp 10,000 daily source of drugs,” said Uti.
About the process of making coconut sugar, according to Dada is not difficult. After obtaining leads in the morning, he had to prepare a large furnace of firewood for cooking the coconut sap. Penggodokannya process takes up to 2 to 3 hours, after which the mixture begins to thicken and is ready to be put into a bamboo mold.
“We did sell Rp 7,000 per kilo, but I also do not know of middlemen selling Sukabumi how to market,” said Dada.
Even so the word Dada, home-based business of making brown sugar enough for him to support his family. In addition, the sugar market is also quite high, especially for the purpose of raw materials of food, beverages and others. So he is optimistic that this kind of industry could be small despite the economic wheel villagers.
Charlotte-area yearly home price gains slowed in May for the first time in 11 months – a sign that the local housing market might be cooling off.
The closely watched Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller indexes, released Tuesday, showed prices of existing Charlotte homes increased 7.1 percent from a year ago, down from April’s year-over-year increase of 7.3 percent.
On a national level, average home prices have returned to spring 2004 levels, according to Case-Shiller. Across 20 U.S. cities, May home prices rose 12.2 percent, their largest yearly increase since March 2006, but remain about 25 percent below June-July 2006 peaks.
While the data show the local and national housing sector is healthier than during the depths of the downturn, David Blitzer, chairman of the Index Committee at S&P Dow Jones Indices, said U.S. home price growth isn’t expected to stay at current levels.
“I don’t think we’re going to sustain double-digit annual rates of increase over the long haul,” he said in a phone interview. “Over the next year to year and a half, the rate of increase is going to slow down for almost all the cities.”
In Charlotte, home prices have been rising as inventory shrinks and brokers report some listings resulting in competing bids. A year ago, Charlotte brokers say, competing bids would have been virtually unheard of.
Existing Charlotte-area homes are also selling faster than they were a year ago, according to the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association. In June, it took 93 days on average for a home to sell, a decline of 16 percent from June 2012.
Despite signs of a strengthening market, some Charlotte sellers have had to lower prices this summer after failing to attract buyers.
Such reductions are helping to keep price increases in check.
Mark DuPont, 68, listed his home in the Downs Grant neighborhood for $247,500 July 6, but has since slashed that to $237,500.
“It was way overpriced for the area,” DuPont said Tuesday. “I really thought I would get more interest than I did.”
After lowering the price and putting the home on the local multiple listing service, he’s getting more inquiries, he said. Since last week, there have been five showings but no offers, he said.
“I think it will sell,” he said.
Holly Corbit also had to lower the price of the Cameron Wood home she owns with her husband. The couple listed it June 2 at $230,000 after putting in new appliances and making other upgrades to the home, which was built in 1988.
“We thought we were competitively priced within our neighborhood,” she said.
They received no offers and, worried that there would be less interest in buying homes after the summer ends, put it on the multiple listing service and dropped the price to $215,000.
“We were concerned about bringing it down significantly,” she said. “But we said, ‘Well, we’ve got to get offers.’ ”
About four days later, a flurry came in, she said. The house is now under contract.
As to why the home didn’t sell at $230,000, she speculated that buyers are still trying to find a bargain.
“They’re just trying to chisel down as low as they can go,” she said.
Rising mortgage rates
Rising mortgage rates are also creating uncertainty about the housing market. According to Freddie Mac, the government-controlled mortgage-finance company, the average rate for a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage in July is 4.37, up from 3.55 the same month last year.
On Monday, the National Association of Realtors’ chief economist said its index of pending sales dropped 0.4 percent in June from May. Lawrence Yun, the association’s economist, blamed higher mortgage rates and lower inventory of homes for sale.
In Charlotte, monthly price gains tapped on the brakes in May, according to Case-Shiller, which does not track sales of newly built homes in its indexes.
Prices rose only 0.1 percent from the month before, after a 1 percent increase from March to April.
The same trend took place in the U.S. Across the 20 cities, May prices rose 2.4 percent from April, down from a 2.6 percent rise from March to April.
Blitzer, of Case-Shiller, said the decline was not significant.
As mortgage rates go up, he said, “that will dampen housing.”
But the housing industry won’t “fall off a cliff” as a result, he said.
“It’s likely to be much more gradual. If past patterns are any indication, a lot of people will shift from fixed-rate loans to adjustable-rate loans. I don’t see any reason why we wouldn’t see it again.”
Tablet fever was not limited to adults only users, but also the children pre-school age. After removing several products specifically for toddler tablet, LeapFrog Enterprises today announced the new tablet, LeapPad Ultra. This tablet brings a number of improvements over the previous model, the LeapPad 2. Now, the screen size used is larger, which is 7 inches with a resolution of 1024 × 600 pixels which is more subtle. Children also dpaat operate it with a touch of a finger or stylus wear.
LeapPad LeapPad Ultra Ultra: Tablet with WiFi and Browser Optimized for kids pc tablet computer news
Another quality improvement are embedded in this model is the presence of Wi-Fi connection and a browser optimized for the children. Powered by Zui, browser LeapSearch block access to pictures, videos, and adult sites are examined directly by the Learning Team from LeapFrog. In addition to connecting the tablet to the Internet, Wi-Fi connection on the LeapPad Ultra can be used to play the game peer-to-peer with other users LeapPad Ultra are located nearby.
LeapFrog offers more than 800 games, applications, ebooks, video and music that have been approved by the faculty. Any content that is targeted to users in the age range of four to nine years.
“LeapPad Ultra is designed to offer a safe and age appropriate users through content inspection conducted by experts studying the LeapFrog team,” said John Barbour, CEO of LeapFrog. “With the additional features, including WiFi and a safe browser for kids, we believe LeapPad Ultra will be the items most desired by kids this year.”
LeapPad Ultra will start shipping in mid-July at a price of U.S. $ 150. Applications that can be downloaded were priced starting from U.S. $ 5, while the game cartridges are sold at prices ranging from U.S. $ 25. For Indonesia, the LeapPad Ultra usually can be purchased at Kids Station and Early Learning Centre.
The husband and wife, aka Yunanto Sarnu (41) and Nia Vermiasari (35) the owner of the essential oil distillation plant (glued) resident of the Village / District Jenangan, Ponorogo confessed to this day do not know and do not believe if the distillates telasih wood and roots are raw materials world-class best ecstasy.
However, NIA hopes not happen with her team brought the National Narcotics Agency (BNN) after a raid 5 locations refining his tube on Wednesday (24/7) yesterday.
Moreover, since the location of the existing refineries in the backyard of the house was fitted with a line of police line, Nida and his work was not able to carry out activities to distill essential oils (glued), eucalyptus, cloves, betel leaves, and others that have been used as raw materials medicine and has been occupied since the year 2006.
“I wish my husband was okay because my husband does not know if the wood oil telasih raw materials that are prohibited countries. I wish my husband could return home as soon as possible,” said Nia Velmiasari to Surya, Thursday (25/07/2013) .
Nia further refining tell if the plant roots and the wood began to distill telasih since meeting with the Madison citizens Siti Sundari dimembengkelkan telasihnya wood to be grease.
Nia and her husband immediately believed and menyulingan demand Siti Sundari who just knew it because it was the reason for insecticide raw materials.
“Yes I was shocked and surprised when suddenly officers from BNN and the police came. Moreover, immediately see a distillery patchouli behind the house. Getting shocked when I explained that refined wood since three months ago it was the oil as a raw material for making ecstasy. Currently My husband was also brought to Jakarta, “added the woman’s shoulder-length hair.
Additionally Nia revealed that she and her husband and several workers at refineries located in the back of his house doing wood distillation telasih since there is a young woman who claimed to be from Madison.
At that time, young wanit who called Siti Sundari was asked to menyulingkan telasih wood that has been purchased from the District Ngebel.
“If the oil has become my husband will be rewarded Rp 250,000 per kilogram,” he said.
When pressed for the umpteenth kalinnya telasih wood refined oil turns a raw material for making ecstasy class number 1 in the world, Nia said he did not know at all.
According to him, that they do business with her husband since 2006 is like a seamstress. If there is a message dibikinkan clothes at her request.
“We are the proverbial tailor clothes. If anyone sew their own clothing with fabric and yarn to bring themselves living without spending the fabric of his hire. Similarly, we do not know if we’ve distilled the ecstasy drug ingredient,” he explained.
“I know the family and the young woman named Siti Sundari was due to come into my home. Currently I think student research. Currently claimed to have met the direct orders of the wood distillates telasih. Due to the refining work that has long struggled when we can offer our not suspicious at all. Moreover, every month is taken Siti Sundari here without him. So we’d trust with the smooth payment of money, “said the wife of this Yunanto.
Team of the BNN, Kombespol Slamet said the investigation had been carried out since the last three months.
BNN team already in Ponorogo since a week ago. However, the new Wednesday and immediately cracked the raid to the suspected location of the home industry.
“It’s been almost a week we were here, finally found a pile of wood made telasih ecstasy raw materials to be shipped to Australia. Madiun If on the scene just a purchasing agent of oil,” he added.
During the month of Ramadan, Eid parcel traders are often found around Cikini Station. They lined up along West Street Pegangsaan who was in front of the station.
Throughout most of the road pavement to be met by the merchants. Walking out of the station must pass through the middle stall trader. Congestion in Jalan West Pegangsaan inevitable.
The traders claimed to sell in the area due to increased turnover. Merchandise is also more easily seen by shoppers, thereby increasing the number of subscribers.
“Income is certainly increased. Due everyday it is not no parcel orders,” said Aida, Aida stall owners Pegangsaan Parcel at Jalan Barat, Cikini, Central Jakarta, Wednesday (07/17/2013).
Aida is already a dozen years of producing this Eid parcel admitted during Ramadan can sell up to 300 parcels. The price is varied, from Rp 250,000 to 1 million.
“Turnover during Ramadan I can get 80 million,” he said.
Although selling on the street and stopped traffic, he was not worried about the order by the municipal police. Because he and other traders had issued a permit from the District Menteng.
“We pay rent to the district 600 thousand a month. Was already all, including cleanliness money and power,” he explained.
He said the road has been used as a place to sell dozens of parcels every Ramadan. Traders knew each other and are local residents.
“We’re not indiscriminate selling here.’s Been all knew each other, including with the district. Rookies were usually rejected,” said another trader, Mila.
Daily Aida and other merchants selling in the Flower Market which is located not far from Cikini Station. They occupy every street New Pegangsaan beginning of Ramadan until the day before the holiday. These traders sell for 24 hours non-stop.
“We direct the production here. During the 24 hours of safe,” said Mila.
When was the last time you had to delete a bunch of photos or apps on your mobile device to clear out space? With the massive amount of data generated every day, it’s easy to exhaust all the available storage on your phone or tablet.
And this problem is only getting worse. Industry trends suggest that device storage capacities are growing at 25 percent per year, but the amount of data being produced is increasing even faster — by around 50 percent a year, according to Microsoft. The software giant is looking to address this problem with SkyDrive, which will be updated in Windows 8.1 with the goal of giving you access to your files at all times, without taking up all your available storage or Internet bandwidth.
The updated service utilizes what Microsoft refers to as “placeholder files,” which look and feel like normal folders and files with one major change — you don’t download the full file until you access it. The placeholder file contains just a thumbnail image and some basic properties, making it significantly smaller than its actual size. This means that 100GB of files in SkyDrive will use up less than 5GB of storage on the hard drive of your Windows 8.1 device, Mona Akmal.
“I have a Pictures folder in SkyDrive that’s 5.6GB in size but it’s only taking up 185MB on the local disk,” Akmal wrote.
Another major change to SkyDrive in Windows 8.1 deals with offline access to files. With the SkyDrive app, you’ll now be able to mark any folders or files you want remain available when you lose Internet connectivity.
Any edits you make to a file while offline will automatically be synced back up to SkyDrive when you regain a connection. For added convenience, all the files you open or edit on your device will automatically be marked for offline access.
As a reminder, new SkyDrive users get 7GB of storage for free. After that, an additional 20GB costs $10 per year, while 50GB will set you back $25 a year, and 100GB costs $50 a year.
We sat down with Angus Logan, group product marketing manager for SkyDrive (pictured below), last week to get the scoop on the most important changes to the online storage service in Windows 8.1.
PT Nippon Indosari Corpindo Tbk (ROTI) stop the production and marketing of one of their trademark, Boti, due less to compete with home-based bakery industry. Furthermore, the company will focus only on the trademark that has been known to the public, Sari Roti.
This was stated by Managing Director BREAD Yusuf Hady, in Ex Plaza, Jakarta, Thursday (8/9/2011).
“Let’s stop a while, having lost to the home,” said Joseph. According to him, Boti is in the middle segment between Sari Roti bread and brand of small-scale industries, so Boti not move freely inside.
For that the company is ready to boost production and marketing of the Sari Roti brand flagship. The most effective way is intended to bring the production to the community with a new plant expansion outside Java.
In the business plan BREAD next two years, Joseph will add three new factories. Each Cibitung, Palembang and Makasaar.
Cibitung will spend Rp 100 billion investment fund. While Palembang and Makassar each Rp 50 billion.
“It was brought up that in Cibitung, because Palembang marketnya not know really. However if it turns out we lived burst increase its capacity,” he said.
While Napier factory is still in the planning process, while achieving management of land for development.
“Napier somewhat difficult to find land because it is expensive. We seek an industrial area that is there, but it turned out stout relocation of existing industries from outside, Korea, Japan. Anyone for shrimp processing industry,” said Joseph.
Currently operates three mills, the company’s total production of bread will go up 30% compared to the current production of 1.8 million per day. “It could be 2.4 million per day.’s Solely to get closer to the people, because our future is only four days,” he added.
JAKARTA – The education gap that occurred in Indonesia led to many obstacles in the implementation of teaching activities, especially for remote areas far from urban centers.
Lack of infrastructure facilities and educators make the achievement of quality education in Indonesia less than the maximum. Supposedly the Communications Director of PT Surya Inti Word Tonny A. . Era in which the IT department, this issue should not have terjadi0.
To meet the challenges of globalization in the era of fast-paced communication and transparency as today, required education system effective and efficient. One of these systems Ubiquitous Base Test (UBT) & Ubiquitos-Learning (U-Learning) Platform.
Word is said Tonny A. UBT and U-Learning is introduced by the company North Star Developer’s Village (NSDevil) from Korea, is one of the solutions for the accelerated development of the education system is effective and efficient.
According to him, with the innovation of new technologies such NSDevil, various limitations and problems in the teaching process can be overcome.
“The application is not only Internet-based, but also expanded and facilitated by the ability beraplikasi using 3G wireless communication technology, or the network and mobile devices (smartphones) are already widely used in parts of the country people,” he said after signing the MoU between NSDevil cooperation with PT Solar Core Communications.
The MoU was signed by CEO NSDevil Un Joo Lee, and Commissioner of PT Surya Inti Communications Honye Fauzia Aurelia.
Tonny said that in the era of the IT department, Indonesia would not want to immediately implement a system of effective and efficient education. “This new system is the development of E-Learning has begun to be applied. E-Learning is limited to the Internet network. U-Learning while utilizing communication network of the vendor, without stuck on a PC or laptop, “he said.
He explained that his company is considering cooperation with a number of educational institutions started elementary school, junior high, high school, and college. Education training centers, can also take advantage of this technology.
“This technology is also appreciated by the Ministry of Education and Culture, which was considered to help bring about equality of education in Indonesia,” he said.
Fauzia Honye Aurelia, Commissioner of PT Surya Inti Communications, adding the development in Indonesia since November 2012, has collaborated with the University NSDevil Pasundan Bandung, as a pilot project in penerapakan UBT and U-Learning.
“From the evaluation of the first phase in June 2013, he said, showed significant results for students and faculty who have tested penerapakannya in the lecture, to semester exams,” said Honye.
UBT Technology & U-Learning also applied in South Africa, Russia, Japan, and the Philippines. While in Korea has been applied since two years ago.