Siswansyah in Banjarbaru on Thursday remarked in accordance with the provisions, then the province of where the gas resources obtain 10 percent of the total production.
"Because of the location of the block lies on the border of the two provinces, the 10 percent must be shared between the two," he said.
According to Siswansyah, his has received a visit from the West Sulawesi DPRD's Special Committee related to the progress of the management of revenue sharing or participating interest (PI) of the Sebuku Block.
At the meeting, the two provinces agreed to immediately complete the provisions set by the central government, namely making the regional regulations (perda) and local government-owned enterprises (BUMD).
"We hope that the promised PI of the central government in managing the Sebuku Block can be immediately realized," he said.
Previously, Head of Public Relations of SKK Migas (Special Task Force for Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities) for Kalimantan and West Sulawesi Sebastian Julius expects South Kalimantan and West Sulawesi to immediately finalize local regulations and a local company (BUMD) to follow up the process sharing of oil and gas.