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OIL AND GAS PIPELINE RISK AND INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT September, 4 th – 6 th  2013,  Phoenix  Hotel Yogyakarta Training Course Description Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) is the most current and modern integrated management system to insure business continuity, public and environmental safety for gas pipeline transportation operation for both distribution and transmission pipelines.  The purpose of PIMS implementation is to manage the risk to the acceptable levels.  Therefore, as a backbone of any PIMS program, the risk assessment methodology is of critically important and will be discussed in more specific details including pipeline damage mechanism, pipeline failure modes analysis, and formulation of pipeline probability of failure and consequence of failures followed by risk categorization.  The training will also cover detail integrity assessment, inspection, maintenance and repair plan. To enhance the coverage, PIMS is usually combined with geographical


MANAGING CONFLICT & HANDLING DIFFICULT PEOPLE August, 28 th – 30 th 2013, Santika Premier Hotel Yogyakarta Training Content Module One: Getting Started Icebreaker Housekeeping Items The Parking Lot Workshop Objectives Module Two: An Introduction to Conflict Resolution What is Conflict? What is Conflict Resolution? Understanding the Conflict Resolution Process Module Three: The Thomas-Kilmann Instrument Collaborating Competing Compromising Accommodating Avoiding Module Four: Creating an Effective Atmosphere Neutralizing Emotions Setting Ground Rules Choosing the Time and Place Module Five: Creating Mutual Understanding What Do I Want? What Do They Want? What Do We Want? Module Six: Focusing on Individual Needs Finding Common Ground Building Positive Energy and Goodwill Strengthening Your Partnership Module Seven: Getting to the Root Cause Examining Root Causes Creating a Cause and Effect Diagram

Joint Operations, A Way of Sharing Risks & Reward in Petroleum’s E & P Segment

Joint Operations, A Way of Sharing Risks & Reward in Petroleum’s E & P Segment Instructor: Mr. Jimmy Karnadi August  28 th – 30 th 2013 – Tentrem Hotel Yogyakarta   COURSE OBJECTIVES Operating in oil and gas industries, for sure it is understandable by every body that it involves capital intensive, yet the success ratio in these industries is very low. In an attempt to minimize risks and at the same time to gather the needed capital which the E & P companies should spend, they form Joint Operation to achieve their aims. To enable to operate, do proper recording and make correct reporting of your company, either as an operator or non operator as the case may be for your company, each of you should know the basic legal form of the Joint Venture Agreement, Joint Operating Agreement, Accounting Procedure and any other matters that your company has entered an agreement into. Your company may enter into various Joint Venture Agreements, through Far


EPC PROJECT RISK, CONTRACT AND INSURANCE “Project Risk Mitigation by Contract & Insurance” August, 28 th -29 th 2013 – The Papandayan Bandung     THE COURSE Engineering Procurement & Construction (EPC) Project is more popular recently. Much benefit gain by the principal of the project. On the other side main contractor of EPC project must plan carefully to execute the project. Project risk management is one tools to manage project reach the objective of project. Contract is the most important thing to brief scope of work , obligation of each party, performance of the project. The good contract should be shared responsibility to each party. Base on contract each party involved fairly and ensure that commercial and technical specification changes while the project shall be treat in balance. Contract should protect the whole company or project stakeholders by deliverable risk to the other parties in case of changes order turning out. Ultimately, project tea

Upstream Petroleum Accounting To Enhance COST Awareness in Performing Tasks FOR NON ACCOUNTANT

Upstream Petroleum Accounting To Enhance COST Awareness in Performing Tasks FOR NON ACCOUNTANT August, 28 th – 30 th 2013, Papandayan Hotel Bandung Course Objectives ·          To explain and describe the essentials aspect of accounting in upstream petroleum operation ·          To explain comprehensively what is cost related to upstream petroleum operation ·          To learn how to calculate Depreciation, Depletion and Amortization of Capital Assets   This course is designed for those interested in learning about accounting aspects of upstream petroleum operation as an additional working knowledge to support his or her assignments. Concepts and theory are presented in such a way that will invite participants to be actively involved in the discussions. The presentation of related cases and discussion of current issues are intended to help participants in turning the theory into practical knowledge. Course Content 1.     Introduction to Petroleum