Oil was first discovered in Indonesia in North Sumatra in 1885 and since then has become an essential driver of the economy, particularly in regards to exports.
Indonesia was ranked as the world’s 22nd largest producer of oil in 2014, accounting for about 1% of global production.
Natural gas is becoming increasingly important to Indonesia, with production growing by more than 11% between 2000 and 2013.
Indonesia possesses the world’s 13th largest natural gas reserve & was the fifth largest exporter of Liquefied Natural Gas in 2014.
Our Professional Network covers all functions for:
- Upstream - Exploration & Production
- Mid-stream - Gathering, Transportation, Processing & Storage
- Downstream - Refining & Marketing
- Service Providers