The National Energy Blueprint, introduced by the 2017 Presidential Regulation, should be treated as a collective project in order to achieve the expected objectives, thus having the desired impact to the upstream oil and gas industry.
A panel of experts speaking at the 2nd plenary session of the 42nd Indonesian Petroleum Association Convention and Exhibition (IPA Convex) today shared a similar view that sensitivity and flexibility from the regulator are key in forging a productive partnership with PSC Contractors, thus improving the nation’s global competitiveness.
Oil major PetroChina wants its participation as an exhibitor at the 42nd Indonesian Petroleum Association Convention and Exhibition to serve as a platform to share the company’s wealth of knowledge and experience to attendees of the three-day event.
The drive for efficiency by PSC Contractors/KKKS, aided by the government, will help to improve the attractiveness of the gross split PSC scheme, according to a technical paper written by Aziz Ario Tejo and Iswahyudi Sondi Putra from The Special Taskforce for Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities (SKK Migas).
Starting this year, the annual Indonesian Petroleum Association Convention and Exhibition (IPA Convex) have added a series of technology sessions to its programs, aiming to help oil and gas industry players stay updated with the latest development in technology.
The government and industry players must collaborate continuously in order to forge a better future for the upstream oil and gas industry and improve Indonesia’s competitiveness on the global stage, according to a panel of experts at the first plenary session of the 42nd Indonesian Petroleum Convention and Exhibition today.
In a capital and technology intensive sector like upstream oil and gas, it is of high importance for industry players to always innovate and solve problems with scientific rigor. That is the key message conveyed via the Technical Program which has become an integral part of the annual Indonesian Petroleum Association Convention and Exhibition (IPA Convex).
Jakarta-based BigJava made a debut as an exhibitor at the 42ndIndonesian Petroleum Association Convention and Exhibition (IPA Convex). The company’s participation reflects a growing trend of the prevalence of big data and data analytical tools in the operations of the upstream oil and gas industry.