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  • GE Oil and Gas and Pertamina Drilling Service Indonesia to Cooperate in Developing Solutions for Drilling Equipment and Services
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GE Oil and Gas and Pertamina Drilling Service Indonesia to Cooperate in Developing Solutions for Drilling Equipment and Services
GE signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Pertamina Drilling Services Indonesia (PDSI) to cooperate in developing integrated solutions for oil, gas and geothermal equipment and services.

The MoU sets the framework for GE and PDSI to jointly develop efficient and innovative drilling equipment and solutions for onshore and offshore applications. In addition, the cooperation will allow GE’s Oil and Gas solutions to be more closely aligned with Pertamina’s strategic objectives to better anticipate technology needs and streamline the delivery process.

This will include assessing the possibility of joint business development to market equipment and services to support oil, gas and geothermal operations in Indonesia, as well as explore potential opportunities to develop equipment maintenance workshop facilities, spare parts inventory, and a technical training center, which will build local service capabilities for Pertamina.

The MoU was signed by Faried Rudiono, President Director of Pertamina Drilling Services Indonesia and Iwan Chandra, President Director GE Oil and Gas Indonesia, witnessed by Syamsu Alam, Director of Upstream, PT Pertamina Persero; and Visal Leng, Asia Pacific Regional General Manager GE Oil and Gas
Faried Rudiono, President Director Pertamina Drilling Services Indonesia, said, “We hope through the support of GE’s Research & Development, PDSI will be able to deliver innovative solutions to our customers. Furthermore, this partnership will allow PDSI to capture new opportunities to drive the company’s growth.”

“GE is encouraged by the government’s commitment to accelerate infrastructure development in the country, especially in the Oil and Gas sector. With the increasing complexity in the industry, it is critical to bring innovations that can help increase efficiency and improve operations, and this is where GE can help,” said Visal Leng, GE Oil and Gas Regional General Manager Asia Pacific.

Iwan Chandra, President Director GE Oil and Gas Indonesia, added, “We are pleased to partner with PDSI in bringing the latest technology and solutions that can optimize operations for Indonesia’s Oil and Gas sector.”

Lelin Eprianto, Director of Marketing & Development PDSI, added,”This cooperation will help PDSI to achieve our vision to be an integrated drilling solution provider by bringing latest technology and resources from GE Oil and Gas Indonesia.”
PT Pertamina Drilling Services Indonesia (PDSI) is a subsidiary of PT Pertamina (Persero) that provides services and integrated drilling solutions for oil, gas and geothermal exploration , exploitation and work-over drilling. PDSI owns 42 land rigs, one joint operating offshore rig, and project locations across Indonesia. Based in Jakarta, the company has proven its professionalism by fullfilling the International Standard ISO 9001:2008 and OHSAS 18001:2007.

GE has been in Indonesia since 1940, providing the latest technology and solutions in aviation, transportation, power generation, energy management, oil and gas, health and lighting. GE has 800 employees in its 10 facilities and project locations in Indonesia in addition to its country head office in Jakarta, two factories in Batam and Yogjakarta, and a service center in Bandung.

In 2013, GE Oil and Gas expanded the capabilities of its manufacturing facility in Batam to be the first manufacturing facility in Asia Pacific to produce vertical subsea trees for deep water oil and gas production. This expansion underscores GE’s commitment to localizing more of our company’s business capabilities in Southeast Asia, especially in Indonesia to support the country’s local economic and energy goals.

About GE Oil & Gas

GE Oil & Gas is a world leader in advanced technologies and services with 43,000 employees in 100 countries supporting customers across the industry—from extraction to transportation to end use. Our unrelenting commitment to the environment, health and safety, quality and integrity defines us: it’s The Way We Work.
We develop smart solutions for our customers across the oil and gas value chain delivering the innovation, customized service solutions, training programs and technology that helps them to maximize their efficiency, productivity and equipment reliability.
We partner with our customers to develop their next generation workforce; help them to fully benefit from the megatrends of natural gas, the growth of subsea and hard-to-reach reserves and the revolution in asset health management.

About GE

GE (NYSE: GE) imagines things others don’t, builds things others can’t and delivers outcomes that make the world work better. GE brings together the physical and digital worlds in ways no other company can. In its labs and factories and on the ground with customers, GE is inventing the next industrial era to move, power, build and cure the world.

About Pertamina

Pertamina (PERSERO) as a state-owned company to carry out integrated business core in oil, gas, renewable and new energy based on strong commercial principles both inside and outside the country, Pertamina strives to provide the best and a real contribution to the welfare of the nation in utilizing every potential of Indonesia

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