The partners in the Mako gas project offshore northern Indonesia have taken a big step forward in their aim of generating first production in 2025 by finalising the development concept and submitting it for final government approval.

The plan includes a 120 million cubic feet per day of gas production plateau based on a gross recoverable best estimate contingent resource of 413 billion cubic feet of gas in total, of which the partners are entitled to 281 Bcf, according to two of the partners Coro Energy and Empyrean Energy.