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Since 2003, Pertamina has been committing to implement the Good Corporate Governance (GCG) as the transformation to be the clean and free-of-corruption company. Pertamina's GCG Rating has been increasing from year to year. In 2011, Pertamina's GCG Rating
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Pertamina wants to develop LNG plant in Kazakhstan
In return, Pertamina expects the Kazakh firm to invest in Indonesia, particularly in oil and gas drilling, as well as develop new blocks, Jakarta Post said citing Pertamina president director Karen Agustiawan.
In April this year, Pertamina's Karen met with visiting KazMunayGas chairman Kiinov Lyazzat Ketebayevich in Jakarta to review an opportunity for cooperation in the upstream oil and gas sector.
said that Pertamina
is not looking to acquire oil and gas blocks in Kazakhstan although she
was determined to expand Pertamina's oil and gas assets overseas to boost the company's production.
Shell likely to build refinery in Indonesia
Pertamina, Indonesia's state oil company, will agree this year with Saudi Aramco on the development of a $5 billion refinery project, Karen Agustiawan, president director of Pertamina, said Dec. 6.
The plant will have a capacity of as much as 300,000 barrels a day, she said.
Pertamina will also sign a $5 billion accord with Kuwait Petroleum Corp. to expand the Balongan refinery in West Java by as much as 300,000 barrels a day, Agustiawan said.
Karen Agustiawan, Pertamina ...
Karen Agustiawan, Pertamina president director, told reporters that Kansai Electric and Kogas were still in talks but had given a commitment to buy LNG from the Donggi-Senoro project.
"We hope we can sign the LNG deal this year with those companies.
We want secure buyers first before developing the gas from the fields in Sulawesi," Agustiawan said.
Jatis Group â€“ Interview with Oxford Business Group
Recent and noteworthy contributors to OBG country report include: President of Indonesia, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Coordinating Minister of Economy M. Hatta Rajasa, Former Chairman of BKPM and Minister of Finance M. Chatib Basri, and Karen Agustiawan President Director of Pertamina.
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Dinner with Karen Agustiawan, CEO of Pertamina
Karen Agustiawan President Director and CEO, PT. Pertamina (Persero) ABAC Member (2012 - Present) Agustiawan graduated from Physics Engineering of Industrial Engineering Faculty at the Bandung Institute of Technology in 1983.
She began her career as Business Development Manager (1998-2002) at Landmark Concurrent Solusi Indonesia and Halliburton, followed by a position as Commercial Manager for Consulting and Project Management at Halliburton Indonesia (2002-2006).
Her career at PT Pertamina (Persero) began when she was appointed as the Expert Staff to the President Director of PT Pertamina (Persero) for the Upstream Business (2006-2008).
She was appointed Upstream Director in March 2008.
Since February 2009, she has been PT Pertamina (Persero) President Director while still holding her position as Upstream Director.