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Netizen 24 IDN: Facilitating dialogue between the government and the industry, The Oil & Gas Year organizes Strategic Roundtable 2017

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Facilitating dialogue between the government and the industry, The Oil & Gas Year organizes Strategic Roundtable 2017

Facilitating dialogue between the government and the industry, The Oil & Gas Year organizes Strategic Roundtable 2017 6 minutes ago | 59 Views Facilitating dialogue between the government and the industry, The Oil & Gas Year organizes Strategic Roundtable 2017Left to right:Bimasena Vice Chairman Mr. Michael Sumarijanto, SKK Migas Vice Chairman, Mr.Sukandar, IPA President, Mrs. Christina Verchere, World Bank representative, Nathaniel Adams, TOGY Regional Director Ms. Cristina Capatina, TOGY Country Editor, Mr. Javier N Blassiotto, Bimasena Chairman, Prof. Dr. Subroto, Deputy Mini ster of Energy and Mineral Resources, Mr. ArcandraTahar, BimasenaEnergy Executive Team, Mr. Ari Soemarno, Ministry of Finance representative Mr. SuryoUtomo, ConocoPhillips President and General Manager, BijanAgarwal, MedcoEnergi COO, Mr. Ronald Gunawan and TOGY Country Director Carmen Dana Agarbicean. (The Oil & Gas Year) Jakarta (Antara) - The Oil & Gas Year (TOGY) in collaboration with Bimasena, International Petroleum Association (IPA) and SKK Migas held a Strategic Roundtable event organized at Dharmawangsa Jakarta, Bimasena on October 4, 2017.
The event functioned as an icebreaker between government and the private sector, gathering top-level executives from across Indonesia’s oil and gas value chain. Representatives from BP, Pertamina, Statoil, ConocoPhillips, Medco, Vico, Ophir, Chevron, Petronas, Mandiri Oil, Talisman, Baker Hughes-GE, Schulmberger, among many others, joined a comprehensive discussion on the oil and gas inves tment climate in Indonesia and increasing attractiveness in local and international markets.
The panel of speakers comprised Deputy Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources, Mr. ArcandraTahar, International Petroleum Association President, Mrs. Christina Verchere, BimasenaEnergy Executive Team, Mr. Ari Soemarno, World Bank representative, Mr. Nathaniel Adams, ConocoPhillips President Director, BijanAgarwal, SKK Migas Vice Chairman, Mr. Sukondo, Ministry of Finance representative, Mr. SuryoUtomo and MedcoEnergi COO, Mr. Ronald Gunawan.
One of the main subjects of the ceremony discussion was the gross split scheme, now gaining momentum after its revision. The Industry positively received the changes and efforts to improve the competitiveness of the Indonesian upstreamsector.“When we apply consistent assumptions regarding ICP, field profile and tax treatment, our preliminary modeling suggests that investor IRR and NPV under Gross Split is likely to be no worse than under Cost Recovery â€" and in some cases may be marginally higher,” stated Nathaniel Adams from the World Bank.
However, while it is extremely reassuring that the Indonesian government has revisited the terms of the gross split PSC, there is still great expectation by the industryregarding which specific tax terms the Ministry of Finance will apply to it. "We hope that when the oil and gas auction closes on November 20th, the PP-related Gross Split tax has been completed",commented the Deputy Minister, adding "Based on recent communication with the Ministry of Finance, it is still in process and we believe the results and timelines will be as expected."
The participation of governmental bodies in the discussion signals a welcome willingness to listen specific concerns raised by the upstream industry. At the end of the dialogue, Mr.Tahar insisted,"In the future, I hope that all parties are part of the solution, not part of the problem, I believe that by list ening everything can be clarified and resolved. I am also trying to listen more than speak".
Its eminency Professor Dr. Subroto closed the ceremony inviting the parties, government and private sector, to always find channels of dialogue and to work together to find win-win solutions to the oil and gas challenges that the country is facing. The professor also expressed that by working together we will ultimately benefit the people of Indonesia by ensuring future energy security in the country and this should be everyone’s mission.“The important thing that we learned from today is that problems are there and they have to be solved finding win-win solutions. The openness of the discussion from Pak Arcandra representing the government shows that they are ready to listen from the suggestions provided by the industry. There is also a clear willingnessfrom the industry and the government to sit together and improve the communication channels,” Professor Subroto’s stated in his closing remarks.
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