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.
Oil & Gas
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