Jakarta, 5 November 2021 - PT Elnusa Tbk (Elnusa) as a leading company for total energy services solutions sustainably held the eleventh 'Elnusa Leader's Sharing & Action' (ELSA) with University of Diponegoro (UNDIP), Semarang (3/11) virtually. ELSA is a CSR program that is currently held regularly until the end of the year. This activity is a form of implementation and a real manifestation of Elnusa's commitment in CSR activities in the field of education and also support the policy of 'Merdeka Belajar' which is part of the breakthrough series of the Ministry of Education and Culture (Kemendikbud) aims to create an innovative, flexible learning culture and encourage the learning process in universities.
Prof. Dr. Heri Sutanto S.Si., M.Si as Head of the Physics Department of the Faculty of Science and Mathematics UNDIP, in his speech thanked Elnusa for inviting UNDIP in the sharing session of this event. "We hope that the partnership between Elnusa and UNDIP in the future will continue to be well established with the transfer of knowledge provided so that students who graduate can participate to build the advance of the nation," he said.
On this occasion, the Sharing session themed "Pandemic Effect to Business Plan" was filled by two speakers. Namely, VP of Treasury and Financing Elnusa, Yogi Firdaus and VP of Strategic Planning and Corp. Management Elnusa, Hany Retno Hapsari.
Yogi Firdaus as VP of Treasury and Financing Elnusa presented the first session material on the effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic causing crises in almost all parts of the world, this is seen from the massive GDP decline in countries. Industries that are severely affected such as in the tourism, aviation and oil and gas industries. The impact on oil and gas is the price of oil that fell and the drastic decrease in fuel consumption demand due to mobility restrictions in the pandemic era. While the industries that benefited from this pandemic are, the world industry of health, e-commerce and food processing trade. "What Elnusa must prepare for in the face of the pandemic crisis that is currently underway with a focus on corporate cash flow must continue to flow, improve losses and profits after the pandemic ends, and increase the company's enterprise value," Yogi explained.
Hany Retno Hapsari as VP of Strategic Planning and Corp. Management Elnusa presented the second session on the crisis caused by the Covid-19 Pandemic making shifting attitudes such as policies change, new ways of working, and new consumer behavior. "Crisis is a momentum that means to change for the better. Companies must seize the moment by implementing resolve, resilience, return, reimagination and reform." she said.