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.
President of PetroChina International Companies in
Indonesia, Gong Bencai, has met with Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources,
Ignasius Jon . . . . .
International Jabung Ltd (PCJL) has recently received Corporate Social
Responsibility (CSR) Award 2016 from Tanjung Jabung Barat Re . . . . .
International Jabung Ltd. has received appreciation from The Energy and Mineral
Resources Minsitry for its commitment to use Indonesia . . . . .