The present study aimed to determine the effect of offshore oil and gas management on small-scale capture fisheries on Bala-balakang Island. This study was conducted for 3 months in Sendana Subdistrict as a concentration area of small-scale local fishermen conducting fishing operations in the waters of Bala-balakang Islands. The RAPFISH method were used for analyzing economic and social aspect. The purposive sampling and snowball methods were applied for data collection. The results showed that the fishermen's perception of income, the amount of fish catch since the existence of oil and gas management in the waters of Bala-Balakang Island tended to decline, while the parameters of the catch value and the cost of fishing tended to increase. The value of the catch went up due to the number of fish caught declining, however the benefit of the increase in the value of this catch is . On the social aspect, local fishermen are no longer able to meet their daily needs. Consequently, the fisheremen seek for the side jobs for instance providing transportation services.