Pacific Oil & Gas (PO&G) is an independent energy development company focused on providing & meeting the increasing cleaner energy needs of emerging Asian economies. It develops, builds, owns and operates cost-competitive projects throughout the energy supply chain while maintaining its role as a responsible corporate citizen.

In the upstream sector, PO&G’s activities are concentrated on the exploration and production of oil and gas in Indonesia. Its midstream and downstream operations include a liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal and a combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power plant in China. For continued growth, it is in the process of developing gas-fired power plants & LNG receiving terminals in China, and an LNG export facility in Canada.

PO&G’s current key assets are strategically located in Indonesia and China, with an upcoming one in Canada:


  • Woodfibre LNG Project
    • Annual capacity of 2.1 million tons
    • In development


Jiangsu Province:

  • Rudong LNG Receiving Terminal
    • 6.5 million tons per year – In operation
  • Wuxi CCGT Power Plant
    • 800 megawatts – Under construction

Fujian Province:

  • Xiamen CCGT Power Plant
    • 780 megawatts– In operation


North Sumatra Province:

  • Kisaran Block
    • Completed exploration work. Oil-focused Plan of Development approved
  • MNK Kisaran PSC
    • Onshore unconventional oil and gas exploration block

South Sumatra Province:

  • Jambi Merang Block
    • Produces 120 billion BTU of gas and 6,000 barrels per day

In Canada, PO&G’s Woodfibre LNG Project is a mid-scale natural gas liquefaction and export facility located at a former pulp mill site in Squamish, British Columbia, about 70 km northeast of Vancouver. The project has received approval from the Government of Canada to export LNG over a period of 40 years. The project has received environmental approvals from the provincial and federal governments as well as the local First Nation.