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CEB Resources appoints country manager for Indonesia

Staff writer |
Douglas, Isle of Man - October 16, 2015, Douglas, Isle of Man - CEB Resources plc, an investing company, announces the appointment of Muhamad Slamet as country manager for Indonesia.

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Mr. Slamet, the new Country Manager has extensive experience in government and community relations, general management, procurement and logistics, having held senior roles with multinational and local companies operating in the Indonesian energy sector.

Mr. Slamet has specific expertise in building and managing strong relationships between multinational companies and the Indonesian Government.

In his most recent position as Vice President Corporate Services for PT. Nations Petroleum, Mr. Slamet advised and assisted top management in its relationship with senior Government officials and entities, including the Governor and Vice Governor of the province of Aceh, the Directorate General of Migas, Indonesia's upstream petroleum regulator, and PT Pertamina EP, the national oil company.

Between February 2007 and March 2010, Mr. Slamet was Senior Manager of Supply Chain Management for Nations Petroleum (Rombebai) BV where he managed procurement contracts worth over US$40 million to support seismic as well as drilling operations in the Rombebai block, Papua.

Prior to this, he was Executive Director of PT. Rhio Chendhe Karya (RCK), a distributor of petrochemical products from PT Pertamina's refinery in Cilacap, Central Java, and was also Jakarta Facility and Logistics Manager for Chevron Indonesia Company.

Rounding out the senior team, Mr. Slamet joins Didiek Sumasdi (Vice President of Geoscience) and Greg Mawhinney (Vice President of Operations), two highly experienced oil and gas professionals with direct experience in Indonesia's energy industry.

All three appointments are in line with CEB's strategy to acquire and develop oil and gas projects in Indonesia.

Mr. Sumasdi was previously Senior Manager, Exploration and Exploitation Onshore for ConocoPhillips Indonesia, where he was responsible for onshore exploration and production subsurface activities.

He managed five exploration and producing onshore blocks and oversaw the drilling of a multiple well development and exploration drilling programme.

Mr. Mawhinney has a strong operations background with considerable expertise in key aspects of the upstream side of the petroleum industry.


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