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Indonesia is a vast archipelago consisting of over 17.000 islands, rich in natural resources and biodiversity. Since 2002, PetroChina has been applying its expertise and experience to uncover and manage important natural resources in various familiar fields in the country

In 2002, PetroChina acquired Devon Energy Companies and made Indonesia its first and one of its foremost international oil and gas explorartion and production ventures. Devon Energy itself had acquired Santa Fe Energy Resources back in 2000, and had signed its first Production Sharing Contract (PSC) as Trend International Limited, with Pertamina, Indonesia's state oil company, in 1970. Seeing the potential in the vast archipelago, PetroChina invested aggressively and developed oil and gas production fields in Jambi Province, West Papua and East Java.


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NEWS

PETROCHINA DONATES FOR SULAWESI EARTHQUAKE SURVIVORS

​ More than one month after a powerful 7.8 SR earthquake hit Palu, Donggala and Sigi in Central Sulawesi on September 28, survivors have begun to . . . . .

VISITING BAJUBANG OIL FIELD

  ​   SKK Migas Regional Office in Southern Sumatera (Sumbagsel) teams up with oil and gas companies operating in Jambi, including PetroChi . . . . .

PETROCHINA SENDS TECHNICAL TEAM FOR OVERSEAS TRAINING PROGRAM

  PetroChina Indonesia, in collaboration with CNPC Managers Training Institute, conducted “Enhance Oil Recovery (EOR) Technical Workshop from Subsu . . . . .

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