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Company Information

PT. Samudera Petro Teknik ( SPT ) establishe in 2013 with head office in Jakarta and a branch Batam island in Indonesia ​​​​​​​​​​​​

SPT specialises in the engineering and fabrication of large and complex stuctures and platforms, primarily for the offshore oil, gas and energy industries

SPT's managements have extensive experience in execution of Turnkey, EPCI, Total Offshore Fleet Management (technical and crewing), concept design for new build vessel, Management system, business development, market intelligence, contract negotitation and know-how in oil and gas industry.

SPT strength in deepest Subsea oil & gas developments to the largest and most complex offshore and onshore infrastructures is achieved through its people and access to thousands of skill resources around the world.

SPT is providing and sharing its services through pool of resources within the oil & gas sector particularly EPCI, energy companies and strategic partners.

We are highly experienced in creating innovative and cost-effective management for the most challenging environments, such as harsh environments, remote locations and deep waters.

SPT partners are highly regarded and known in oil and gas communities for their capabilities track records and achievements.



As positive market forecasts persist, PTSPT is ready to play its part in a rejuvenated oil and gas industry. PTSPT although is a new built company but keep contract partners who have years of experience in management, finance, engineering, procurement, contruction, installation and commissioning of offshore and onshore oil and gas projects.

On this, satisfaction of the clients and improvement of quality of works in a timely manner and generation of highest return for our clients is the company’s most valued objective.

What's New

Indonesia Crude Price (ICP) October 2012 Went Down US$ 1, 17 per Barrel |02.11.2012

JAKARTA – The Indonesia Crude Price (ICP) in October 2012, based on the ICP Formula calculation, went down for US$ 1, 17 per barrel from US$ 111, 02 per barrel in September 2012 to US$ 109, 85 per barrel. Meanwhile, Minas/SLC price went down for US$ 0, 98 per barrel from US$ 112, 76 per barrel becoming US$ 111, 78 per barrel.

Indonesian Oil Price Team stated that the decrease of ICP is in accordance with the growth of main crude oil price in international market due to some factors, such as the statement of Saudi Arabian Minister of Oil that Saudi Arabian is having production capacity of 12, 5 million barrel per day and is ready to supply more crude oil from the current production if needed. 

Indonesia` Oil and Gas Partnership Program | 13.06.2011

Jakarta, - Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources held a cq Directorate General of Oil and Gas Indonesia's Oil and Gas Partnership Program which is attended by participants from 13 countries including India, Algeria, Sudan, Vietnam, Thailand, Timor Leste, Myanmar, Cambodia, Russia, Iran, Iraq, Nigeria, Yemen and Angola. The goal, cooperation with friendly countries and build partnerships to develop investment opportunities in the field of oil and gas.

Ministry of Oil and Gas Director General Evita H. Legowo in his speech read by the Director of Oil and Gas Program Heri Purnomo, Monday (13/6), points out, the role of energy is very important in life and must be used wisely. Given that fossil energy reserves continue to decline, the Indonesian Government issued a Presidential Decree on National Energy Policy, which include diversification of the use of fossil fuel energy to renewable energy.

UBH FTI seminars Student: Career Opportunities in the Field of Oil and Gas Very High| 29.04.2013 - Around 250 participants from the student's Padang is a crowded room Premier Basko Hotel Convention Hall in Champaign to participate in a national seminar held society Student Executive Body (BEMM) Faculty of Industrial Technology (FTI) of University of Bung Hatta (UBH ) with the theme of Orientation and the Oppotiunity Industrial Marine, Oil and Gas in Indonesian by presenting keynotespeker of two countries, namely Croatia and Indonesia, Saturday (27/4).

Mr Speaker. Mirko Korizma, Ph.D, Senior Project Manager Thome Offshore Management Pte Croatia experienced in the field of Marine, Oil and Gas in Electrical Engineering alumnus damping FTI UBH, Ardi Soma, ST Director of PT. NH Kaffa Indonesia-Batam.

Chief Executive seminar, Prasetiya Sanjaya said convening the seminar in the background as long as the background is not completely full of Indonesia holds the reins in pertambabangan sector, while Indonesia is a maritime country rich in natural resources such as petroleum, coal, natural gas and others.

"As engineering students can get to know the world in particular Marine, Oil and Gas and implementation of science that does not exist in the lecture bench," added student majoring in Electrical Engineering class of 2009.
Drs. Mulyanef, ST, M.Sc Dean FTI UBH in the same occasion expressed terimkasihnya to presenters who have been willing to experience science and related fields of marine, oil and gas to the participants who are mostly students.

"Fortunately, we have presented the world leaders in this seminar given jobs in this kind require a lot of power engineering graduates who will we have to be able to compete with the power of foreign nations that the same quality can be even better than our nation," he said.

Indonesia's Declining Oil Production and Rising Oil Consumption | 29.05.2009

Starting in the 1990s Indonesia's crude oil production has experienced a steady downward trend due to a lack of exploration and investments in this sector. In recent years it is assumed that Indonesia's oil and gas sector actually even hampered national growth (national growth in 2010 was 6.1 percent but excluding the oil and gas sector this growth would have been 6.6 percent). Oil production targets, set by the government at the start of each year, have not been met for a number of years in a row because most oil production stems from mature oil fields. Today, Indonesia's total of oil refineries have roughly the same combined capacity as a decade ago, indicating that there has been limited progress in oil production, resulting in the current need to import oil to meet domestic demand.

The decline in Indonesia's oil production in combination with increased domestic demand turned Indonesia into a net oil importer from 2004 onwards, implying that it had to terminate its long-term membership (1962-2008) in the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). However, Indonesia targets to re-join the OPEC around 2020; an ambitious target that will require more investments as well as a conducive investment climate in the country's oil sector (see below).

The table below exhibits Indonesia's declining oil production in the last decade. It is divided in two production numbers; one taken from multinational oil and gas company BP Global (of which the numbers constitute crude oil, shale oil, oil sands and natural gas liquids), and the other numbers taken from the Indonesian state oil and gas regulator BPMigas (of which the numbers constitute crude oil and condensate). BPMigas was changed to SKK Migas in 2012 after the Indonesian Constitutional Court ordered to disband the regulator

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