As informed by the committee, the Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition (APOGCE) 2017 will be moved Jakarta, Indonesia, due to the recent developments in Bali with regards to the imminent threat of the Mount Agung volcano eruption. This decision was made by the SPE and IATMI which been monitoring and assessing these critical developments in Bali. The event will remain take place on the original dates, namely 17 - 19 October 2017.
The Ethics & Compliance Committee (ECC) of The Indonesian Petroleum Association (IPA) held its first meeting, on 20 September 2017 in Jakarta. The meeting appointed Mr Ronny Siahaan (MedcoEnergi) and Krishna Ismaputra (ENI Indonesia) as the new chairman and vice chairman of the committee. The committee, which was known before as the Compliance Knowledge Exchange Forum (CKEF), merged and became an IPA committee in the 3rd quarter of 2017 and changed its name to the Ethics & Compliance Committee
First of all, on behalf of the Indonesian Petroleum Association, we would like to thank you for your contribution at the 41ST IPA Convention & Exhibition held on 17 - 19 May 2017, which attracted 20,000 visitors and 114 companies/institutions during the three-day event.
Despite the current oil and gas industry's condition in which most companies are looking ways to control costs and apply efficiency, we highly appreciate your participation in this event to show that the industry remain resilient and we hope that your presence within the event was successful in showcasing your company and that everyone involved has benefitted well from the valuable exposure to the oil and gas world.
As part of the IPA Exhibition, we have always had the Best Booth Contest From year to year. Improvements in judging criteria have been made for a couple of years. For the past two years, we have divided into awards for booth content and booth design, whereas this year, in particular, we had six independent judges from each category.
Judges for Best Booth Design :