GE Oil & Gas and Pertamina Drilling Services Indonesia Collaborate in the Development Solutions for Equipment and Drilling Services

GE Oil & Gas and Pertamina Drilling Services Indonesia Collaborate in the Development Solutions for Equipment and Drilling Services

BY :PRESS RELEASE

APRIL 07, 2015

On April 6th 2015, GE signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Pertamina Drilling Services Indonesia (PDSI) to cooperate in developing integrated solutions for equipment and services for the exploration of oil, gas, and geothermal.

This MoU become a reference for GE and PDSI to collaborate in developing equipment as well as efficient and innovative solutions for onshore and offshore applications. In addition, this cooperation also allows GE to develop oil and gas technology that is more in accordance with the strategic objectives of Pertamina to anticipate technological needs, and shorten the delivery process.

This collaboration will include a review of opportunities to collaborate in developing the market of equipment and services to support the exploration operations of oil, gas and geothermal in Indonesia, as well as reviewing opportunities to develop facilities servicing / maintenance of equipment, storage of spare parts, and training centers, in order to develop the skills of engineers in Pertamina in performing the service.

The MOU was signed by Faried Rudiono, Director of Pertamina Drilling Services Indonesia and Iwan Chandra, President Director of GE Oil & Gas Indonesia; witnessed by Syamsu Alam, Director of Upstream, PT Pertamina (Persero); and Visal Leng, Asia Pacific Regional General Manager of GE Oil & Gas.

Faried Rudiono, Director of Pertamina Drilling Services Indonesia, said, "We hope that through the support of research and development of GE, PDSI can provide innovative solutions for the users of our services. In addition, this partnership allows PDSI to develop new business opportunities for the growth of the company. " 

Iwan Chandra, President Director of GE Oil & Gas Indonesia, added, "We are pleased to partner with PDSI in offering the latest technologies and solutions that can improve the optimization of operations in the oil and gas industry." 

GE has operated in Indonesia since 1940, providing the latest technologies and solutions for the aviation industry, transportation, electricity, energy management, oil and gas, healthcare and lighting. GE has more than 900 employees in Jakarta, two factories in Batam and Yogyakarta, as well as service centers in Bandung.

In 2013, GE Oil & Gas to develop the ability of its plant located in Batam to be the first plant in the Asia Pacific region which can produce vertical subsea trees used in the production of oil and as the earth beneath the sea. This development shows GE's commitment to increase the local content of GE technology to support economic targets and energy sector in Indonesia. 

GE has been operating in Indonesia since 1940, providing the latest technologies and solutions for the aviation industry, transportation, electricity, energy management, oil and gas, healthcare and lighting. GE has more than 900 employees in Jakarta, two factories in Batam and Yogyakarta, as well as service centers in Bandung.

In 2013, GE Oil & Gas developed the ability of its plant located in Batam to be the first plant in the Asia Pacific region which can produce vertical subsea trees used in oil production and the earth beneath the sea. This development shows GE's commitment to increase the local content of GE technology to support economic targets and energy sector in Indonesia.

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