Elnusa Won the 2020 BUMN Award

Jakarta, July 10, 2020. PT Elnusa Tbk (Elnusa), a leading energy service provider company won the SOE 2020 Award as the Best III in the National and Global Strategic Alliance Category for SOE Companies and SOE Subsidiaries in Jakarta (09/07).

Elnusa’s Head of Corporate Communications – Wahyu Irfan who attended the event revealed “The acquisition of this award is the fruit of the hard work of all Elnusa employees in advancing the company by carrying out various strategic alliances at home and abroad and we recognize this award as a motivation to continue to be able increase Elnusa’s capacity and capability going forward.

In line with this Elnusa has a vision of 60:30:10 which can be interpreted as 60% of Elnusa’s services using the main technology that is owned by Elnusa; 30% of services using high technology obtained through partnerships with leading technology companies or product specific OEMs and are part of the Elnusa technology transfer; 10% of services are directed to regional companies to develop local partners Elnusa.

The real form of Elnusa’s vision above is by conducting a series of strategic partnerships with partners both in business and innovation including Elnusa having conducted business cooperation with Schlumberger in the field of Oilfield Services, PT Gunanusa Utama Fabricators in the fields of Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation and Offshore platform, TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company (TGS) for multi client seismic survey cooperation, PGN Solution for gas pipeline network development and Strategic Cooperation in Innovation with the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) and Pertamina Research and Technology Center (RTC) ) through Elnusa’s subsidiary, Elnusa Petrofin.

Elnusa’s strategic alliance is expected to increase Elnusa’s capacity and capability in advancing SOEs for Indonesia.


AGM 2019: Elnusa Distributes Dividend 25% of Net Profit

Jakarta, July 8, 2020 – PT Elnusa Tbk (Elnusa), a leading provider of energy services, held the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders (AGM) for the 2019 fiscal year in Udaya Room, Graha Elnusa – Jakarta, today. The AGM was held by implementing various new normal protocols and prevention of COVID-19 infections. Every shareholder and audience present are required to wear masks, conduct rapid tests and measurements of body temperature, and apply physical distancing.

Elnusa’s AGM discussed five events including:

  1. Approval of the 2019 Annual Report including the Supervisory Report of the Board of Commissioners and Ratification of the Company’s Financial Statements which ended on 31 December 2019;
  2. Determination of the use of the Company’s Net Profit for the fiscal year 2019;
  3. Establishment of the tantiem in 2019 and Remuneration in 2020 for members of the Board of Directors and the Board of Commissioners;
  4. Appointment of a Public Accountant to Audit the Company’s Annual Financial Statements for fiscal year 2020;
  5. Approval of Changes in the Composition of the Company’s Management.

In the discussion, the AGM reported Elnusa’s financial performance which ended on December 31, 2019 with a net profit of Rp356 billion. On the results of this good performance, the AGM agreed to distribute a dividend of 25% of total net profit, or Rp89 billion. So that each share will receive a dividend of Rp12,211 and is planned to be paid 30 days after the AGM ends.

In addition, the AGM also approved changes in the composition of the Company’s management for members of the Board of Commissioners and Directors. Elnusa gave high appreciation for the contribution of the members of the Board of Commissioners and Directors who had finished their terms of service. To be effective since the closing of the AGM, the composition of the Company’s management is as follows:

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

President Commissioner : Agus Prabowo
Commissioner : Antonius Ratdomopurbo
Independent Commissioner : Anis Baridwan
Independent Commissioner : Lusiaga Levi Susila

BOARD OF DIRECTOR

President Director : Ali Mundakir
Finance Director : Hery Setiawan
Human Resources & General Affair Director : Tenny Elfrida
Business Development Director concurrently as Director of Operations (Independent Director): Arief Riyanto

Increasing Covid-19 Precautions, Elnusa Holds Emergency Response

Jakarta, June 16, 2020 – PT Elnusa Tbk (Elnusa), a leading provider of energy services, is raising awareness of the spread of Covid-19 infection by conducting Covid-19 emergency response in Graha Elnusa. This emergency response is mitigation of Covid-19 infection from the return of work activities in Graha Elnusa, Jakarta, since 8 June.

Head of Corporate Communications, Wahyu Irfan said “In this Covid-19 emergency response exercise, we made a scenario as possible. So that both workers and the existing emergency response team are accustomed to the quick response to handling this. “

The Covid-19 emergency response simulation at Graha Elnusa presents workers who act as patients and is showing symptoms of Covid-19 to faint in one of the floor lobbies. The patient was immediately evacuated to the isolation shelter for an initial health examination by the Internal Medical Team and was immediately transported to the hospital for further examination. The simulation was carried out by Elnusa Workers who were back in offices, building tenants, Elnusa emergency response teams including medical personnel, the building team and disinfectant officers.

“In the new normal era and starting to work again in the office as it is today, every employee is expected to increase their awareness and awareness. So if there is an indication of the symptoms of Covid-19 in workers or visitors of Graha Elnusa, we are ready to do the handling protocol. “

In addition to emergency response, Elnusa has also implemented a variety of new normal protocols. This includes mapping workers to return to the office, preparation of work areas, socialization of new normal protocols such as having to use a master, getting used to washing hands and so on, to conducting rapid tests of workers before returning to office.

“We hope that through these efforts, we can contribute to the end of the Covid-19 infection chain in Elnusa,” Wahyu concluded. ***

Confronted Various External Factors, Performance First Quarter Elnusa Stay Positive

Jakarta, June 16, 2020 – PT Elnusa Tbk (Elnusa), a leading provider of energy services, successfully passed the challenges of the first quarter of 2020 with the performance that remained positive. The decline in crude oil prices that plunged in the range of US $ 20 per barrel, the Covid-19 pandemic that erupted in Indonesia, as well as the decline in the rupiah exchange rate were a serious challenge faced by Elnusa this quarter.

Although these tough challenges came together, Elnusa continued to record positive performance. Operating revenues grew 8.1% year on year (YoY), from Rp1.9 trillion in the first quarter of 2019 to Rp2.06 trillion in the first quarter of 2020.

Elnusa’s Finance Director, Hery Setiawan explained that, “The challenges in this quarter were very heavy. Because together there are three external factors that affect the Company’s performance. But with the right strategy and adaptation to these external macro factors, we continue to grow and carve a positive performance “.

Elnusa’s strategy in facing these challenges is to continue to optimize its portfolio diversification. As an energy service company, Elnusa has complete competence from upstream to downstream oil and gas. This diversity of service portfolios supports one another and supports the company’s consolidated achievements.

Hery added “Upstream oil and gas services, as well as energy distribution and logistics services, show their performance resilience. Although various external factors greatly affect, business revenue contributed from both segments still makes Elnusa grow”.

Composition of total revenue, upstream oil and gas services contributed 55%, energy distribution and logistics services 40% and the remaining 5% came from supporting services. In the upstream oil and gas services segment, revenue growth was generated through various asset-based and non-asset production, operation & maintenance services that were maximized. Also supported by the work of seismic survey services for the discovery of the giant oil and gas reserves of the Jambi Merang KKP. While in the energy distribution and logistics services segment, it is supported by various fuel transportation service lines and depo management.

For various efforts that have been made, Elnusa achieved a net profit of IDR51.8 billion in the first quarter. “This positive result is the best effort amid the challenges of external factors”, added Hery.

Meanwhile, Elnusa is currently studying various strategies in facing new normal challenges going forward. Invite partners to share the pain and supply chain financing, review investment plans, and be more selective in job selection. “These efforts are our commitment to continue to grow,” concluded Hery. *

Elnusa Prepares for New Normal, Protocol Series Applied

Jakarta, June 11, 2020 – PT Elnusa Tbk (Elnusa) is preparing to carry out operational activities with the new normal protocol. Preparations that are being made include mapping workers to return to the office, preparation of work areas to carrying out employee rapid tests.

Elnusa’s Head of Corporate Communications – Wahyu Irfan said, “Elnusa has an interest in ensuring that national energy supply support continues to run well and to prevent Covid-19 infections as well as possible in all lines of operational activities. At present, Elnusa is starting a new normal period and making various adaptations. “

There are at least three things that are being pursued in this new normal period. First, the application of the policy to limit the number of workers entering the office. For the time being, only critical workers who directly influence operational activities are permitted. This is excluded for special conditions workers, such as having comorbid factors or comorbidities, pregnant and breastfeeding women, and other special conditions.

The application of work from this re-office applies to workers in Greater Jakarta. While workers who are outside the Greater Jakarta area are adjusting to the new normal policies implemented by their respective Regional Governments.

As a form of building preparation, Elnusa routinely disinfects work areas, optimizes the use of communication technology to minimize direct meetings, and implements procedures for the maximum use of space and physical distancing in various facilities.

In addition, Elnusa requires the screening or screening of workers’ health before returning to the office. Workers’ rapid tests are carried out twice and with mandatory nonreactive results. Workers are required to report health conditions every day and show the results of the rapid test to the officer before entering the office. As an additional effort, workers are re-checked their body temperature when they want to enter the work area and monitored while working.

Wahyu added that the non-reactive rapid test requirements and the new normal protocol applied by Elnusa also apply to guests and work partners who want to visit the Elnusa work area. “Therefore, we appeal to guests and partners to maximize virtual communication so as to minimize the risk of transmission”.

With various steps that have been prepared, Elnusa is ready to adapt to the new normal, closed Wahyu.

Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic, Elnusa Fully Supports Completion of the Jambi Merang KKP Seismic Survey

Jakarta, May 27, 2020. PT Elnusa Tbk (Elnusa), a subsidiary of PT Pertamina (Persero), is currently distributing Elsa Regent, the largest Indonesian-flagged seismic survey vessel, to support the exploration activities of the Jambi Merang Commitment (KKP) in the open areas of Indonesia since mid-November 2019 then. This exploration activity is a collaboration between the Special Task Force for Upstream Oil and Gas Activities (SKK Migas) and PT Pertamina (Persero) Group and is the largest in the Asia Pacific & Australia in the past 10 years.

Elnusa as an energy service company has the full trust of SKK Migas & Pertamina to support this exploration activity and is part of the discovery of giant oil and gas reserves in the Indonesian ocean region. Until now Elnusa has almost completed its seismic survey work targets. This progress report was submitted to the Head of SKK Migas Dwi Sutjipto and Pertamina’s Upstream Director Dharmawan H Samsu in the Virtual Management Walk-through (Virtual MWT) on the Elsa Regent Ship, Tuesday (5/26) yesterday.

Elnusa’s Managing Director, Elizar P Hasibuan stated “We are grateful for the trust that has been given. The operational conditions in the waters and the Covid-19 pandemic are a major challenge in completing this work. Various adjustments to operational activities are needed to complete the work with data quality as expected. However, we are optimistic that this activity can be completed properly on the target. “

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Elnusa implemented a variety of infection prevention protocols. Every person on board is required to conduct a health examination including a rapid test, as well as isolation before going up to Elsa Regent. Meanwhile, to face operational challenges in the waters, Elnusa cooperates with various parties who can support the smooth running of activities. Elnusa also applies environmentally friendly seismic procedures that apply internationally to ensure data acquisition activities that are friendly to marine life.

“We hope that this seismic survey support will be a good start for the discovery of giant oil and gas reserves in Indonesia and the national oil production target of one million barrels per day can be achieved by 2030,” Elizar added.

Meanwhile Dharmawan H Samsu expressed his gratitude for the trust given by the Government of Indonesia and the good efforts made by Elnusa. “The 2D seismic survey progress in the Jambi Merang KKP in the open area has been acquired around 76.8% of the total program.

Although full of challenges, we are optimistic that this survey work will be completed by mid-July 2020. “

On the same occasion Dwi Soetjipto said, “There are 128 basins in Indonesia. Only 21 basins have been produced, 38 basins are in the exploration stage, the remaining about 70 basins are still untouched and potential as Indonesia’s oil and gas reserves. The existence of this survey has a very important meaning in encouraging the achievement of national oil and gas production targets. “

SKK Migas gave the highest appreciation to Pertamina and Elnusa who continued to be committed to carrying out the work even in the condition of the Covid-19 pandemic. “This is very encouraging because the longest seismic survey in the Asia Pacific can be carried out using Indonesian-flagged seismic survey vessels, commanded and manned by Indonesian sons and daughters. Elnusa can become a pioneer and pride in the future of oil and gas exploration services, “Dwi concluded. *

Elnusa Distributes 1,500 APD Medical Assistance to the Region Spread in Indonesia

Jakarta, May 22, 2020. In order to ensure the safety of health workers (health workers) on duty at the forefront in handling COVID-19, PT Elnusa Tbk (Elnusa) again took the initiative to channel personal protective equipment (PPE) assistance as well as hand sanitizers towards a row of health facilities (health facilities) ) who treats COVID-19 patients in the territory of Indonesia.

“On this occasion, we signed the APD handover for the second time with Pertamedika in an effort to combat the transmission chain breakdown of COVID-19 (05/18)”. said Director of HR & General – RM Happy Paringhadi.

In the symbolic handover of the APD there was also the Director of Business Development and concurrently the Director of Operations – Arief Riyanto and the President Director of PT Pertamedika – Dr. Fathema Djan. The ceremonials carried out would certainly still follow the rules of the COVID-19 protocol such as wearing a mask and still doing physical distancing.

“To face the difficult time of the COVID-19 pandemic, health workers who are on duty at the forefront certainly need help and support from various parties, Elnusa synergizes with health facilities that handle COVID-19 patients to ensure the safety of health workers while serving in the fight against COVID-19 with the use of PPE complete. Hopefully with this support can provide protection to health workers and can decide on the spread of COVID-19 in Indonesia “. Happy Happy.

“Elnusa is currently targeting 22 health facilities that handle COVID-19 patients, the health facilities are divided into 14 Hospitals (RS) and 8 Puskesmas spread across Indonesia. PPE assistance provided in the form of Medical Head Protector, Medical Protective Clothing (Hazmat), Safety Gloves, Face Shield, Safety Goggles, Face Shield, and Shoe Protector. The assistance was distributed in stages and currently 250 PPE have been handed over to the Jabodetabek Regional Hospital and the rest of the total 1500 are still being distributed to hospitals and Puskesmas that handle COVID-19 patients outside Jabodetabek which are located within the scope of ring one Elnusa. ” concluded Happy.

President Director of PT Pertamedika – Dr. Fathema Djan thanked Elnusa for returning her attention to health workers in the midst of this pandemic. Elnusa is the first company that has provided assistance to Pertamedika before COVID-19 became epidemic in Indonesia. This assistance is certainly very meaningful for health workers in the face of COVID-19 “.

Hopefully what has been said by Elnusa can be useful for health workers in the fight against COVID-19.

Elnusa Holds Virtual Management Walkthrough at the HWU EHR Project # 09 PHE OSES

Jakarta, May 14, 2020. In the midst of the current COVID-19 Pandemic, all mobilization activities are severely restricted, but this has not deterred PT Elnusa Tbk (Elnusa) from continuing to hold a Management Walkthrough (MWT) activity that is routinely carried out as an effort to fulfill and care for Elnusa in ensuring the safety of crew work in the field. This activity is the second time Elnusa has visited MWT virtually using video conferencing to work locations in the field. This time the virtual MWT was carried out to the EHR # 09 Hydraulic Workover Unit (HWU) project at the Pertamina Hulu Offshore Southeast Sumatra (PHE OSES) location on Wednesday, May 13, 2020, which had also previously been conducted at the ELSA Regent.

Elnusa President Director – Elizar P. Hasibuan along with Elnusa Finance Director – Hery Setiawan, Elnusa HR & General Director – RM Happy Paringhadi who was accompanied by Elnusa VP HSSE – Ramon Arias Pili and Elnusa’s senior management and PHE OSES management interacted virtually with employees of the Elnusa HSP accompanied by Elnusa VP HSSE – Ramon Arias Pili and Elnusa’s senior management as well as PHE OSES management interacting virtually with workers who served at the PHE OSES location via video conference from Jakarta.

Senior Manager of Drilling Workover Well Services (DWOWS) PHE OSES – Ali Sundja said “MWT is certainly very necessary to be done as monitoring of workers in the field as well as Elnusa’s interaction with PHE OSES in doing work. We have also given awards to Elnusa, who was proven to be the best contractor of PHE OSES 2019 from the HSE and Operation aspects in February 2020, besides that PHE OSES management also gave its appreciation to Elnusa’s management who was very proactive in supporting operations in PHE OSES. “

Elizar P. Hasibuan conveyed that the MWT conducted at this time was certainly very different from what had been planned before, meeting and having direct discussions with friends at the location. The current situation is not very supportive of direct encounters, but the efforts of HSSE friends at the head office are still enthusiastic to prioritize the safety aspect by creating a different mechanism namely MWT virtually, with the virtual hope it does not reduce our togetherness. “

“Thank you for the appreciation and appreciation given by the management of PHE OSES to Elnusa, as well as friends of Elnusa’s operations who continue to contribute in increasing oil and gas production at PHE OSES in particular. In an effort to improve the safety aspects of the location, work is required to always apply the Elnusa Golden Rules namely Compliance, Care and Intervention and also the Corporate Life-Saving Rules,” added Elizar.

In an effort to deal with Covid-19 on-site, Elnusa implemented the COVID-19 protocol which is in line with the COVID-19 PHE OSES protocol, starting with workers leaving home to head offshore. Elnusa has also followed the additional requirements of DWOWS PHE OSES by having to carry out rapid tests before crew changes as evidence of commitment to work safely and remain productive in the PHE OSES environment. Likewise with the prevention efforts carried out at the work site ie all workers are required to attend COVID emergency response training.

“Hopefully this collaboration will continue well and Elnusa will continue to be able to support the production of PHE OSES to achieve the target.” Concluded Elizar. *

Beware of Dengue Fever in the Middle of Covid-19, Elnusa Fogging Neighborhood


Jakarta, April 16, 2020 – As a form of social concern for the environment, PT Elnusa Tbk (Elnusa) in the midst of the 2019 Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) outbreak also anticipated the emergence of Dengue Fever (DHF). Elnusa anticipates by re-conducting fogging or routine fogging in-ring one Graha Elnusa with total coverage of 490 families in the Cilandak Timur-South Jakarta area.

Elnusa fogging activities carried out to prevent dengue outbreaks that are also high in the number of cases when compared to the number of cases of COVID-19. The Ministry of Health noted, from January to 11 March 2020, there were 17,820 cases of transmission throughout Indonesia.

Elnusa Head of Corporate Communications – Wahyu Irfan said “In addition to always being vigilant in dealing with the spread of COVID-19, we must also always be vigilant against dengue outbreaks by taking preventive measures. Elnusa routinely conducts fogging every 3 months as a form of Elnusa’s concern for residents around Graha Elnusa. “

“In addition to this fogging activity, Elnusa is also actively cooperating with the integrated Posyandu in maintaining the health of residents around Graha Elnusa, starting from spraying disinfectants, providing hand sanitizers at strategic locations in each RT, to raising aid funds for residents affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. ” Concluded Wahyu.

Continued Efforts of PT Elnusa Tbk & Subsidiaries in Minimizing Transmission COVID-19 Infection and Adapting Business Processes in Elnusa Group’s Work Areas

As a follow up to minimize transmission of COVID-19, PT Elnusa Tbk (Elnusa) & Group applies the following conditions:

Consideration:

  1. Statement of the President of the Republic of Indonesia dated March 15, 2020, that the current infection of COVID-19 has been declared as global pandemic and it is necessary to increase extreme measures in its handling,
  2. The direction of the President Director of PT Pertamina (Persero) to manage the lowest possible risk of the spread of COVID-19 infection in all lines of the Company’s operational activities and to ensure that business processes continue to run well to secure national energy security,
  3. Elnusa and subsidiaries as a national energy services company are committed to always support national energy security by taking into account the current development of the spread of COVID-19.

Hereby address the following policies:

  1. Elnusa and group implement the COVID-19 prevention protocols, starting from March 20, 2020 until next 14 calendar days. The protocol’s time might be extended regarding pandemic situation updates. The provision protocol as follows:
    1. The Company sets Work from Home (WFH) mechanism for all employees.
    2. This policy only applies to non-operational functions in the head office and representative offices;
    3. Operational functions, especially those located & served in the client’s work area including the distribution of BBM, continue to provide services as usual;
    4. The functions of HSSE, clinics, as well as building operational are in full charge to continuously monitor the progress of COVID-19 infections in the Company’s work environment.
  1. As in point 1.a & 1.b, non-operational functions continue to serve business processes with the following additional conditions:
    1. Elnusa does not accept visitors. Meeting activities are diverted to teleconferences and other digital communications;
    2. We do not accept letters or other physical documents also. Submission of documents should be delivered in softcopy via e-mail to related functions;

This notification is an Elnusa’s official information for our common good. Let us take part in minimizing COVID-19 transmission and committed to conducting mutually beneficial partnership.