Disaster risk mitigation of oil and gas pipelines project in Java island Indonesia

Nova Nevila Rodhi, I. Putu Artama Wiguna, Nadjadji Anwar

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The pipelines are one of the most necessary parts of infrastructrure in the oil and gas industry. It has function as support the process of oil and gas transmission and distribution. The activities of oil and gas pipelines project that is so long and passing through several regions certainly creates a risk that has a negative impact on the environment, especially if the pipeline project is in a densely populated area. The risks can be caused by leakage of pipeline. The risks of the pipeline project are also explained in various relevant research results. The results of the study cite the project in oil and gas pipelines has very complex risk. In other head, it project make some dangerous thing namely a disaster. At present, oil and gas companies have applied risk management to minimize the risks that exist, but in practice the risks still have a negative impact. This is one of the ineffective risk management applications. This study is intended to analyze risk mitigation efforts in the oil and gas pipeline project on the island of Java. From the results of research conducted based on literature studies that can be carried out regarding risk mitigation in the oil and gas pipeline project, it can support environmental, social and economic factors and natural disasters. Data was obtained using a questionnaire distributed to the oil and gas pipeline project. Most of the factors that must be discussed are social aspects (40%) and other factors contribute 31% for disasters, 15% for the economy, 14% for the environment. These factors must be calculated in the design as a priority.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)4160-4163
Number of pages4
JournalARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Issue number24
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2019


  • Analytical hierarchy process (AHP)
  • Mitigation
  • Risk management


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