Management in ExxonMobil Indonesia

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Management in ExxonMobil Indonesia

Irtiza H. Sayyed

President, ExxonMobil Indonesia

Irtiza was appointed as President of ExxonMobil Indonesia in December 2020. 

Irtiza joined ExxonMobil in 2006 in Houston, Texas, and has held a variety of management positions in the corporation’s natural gas marketing and business development organizations with portfolios covering Americas, Europe, Russia, Caspian, Middle East and Asia Pacific. Irtiza has also held senior positions in corporate finance, strategic planning and refining.

Prior to joining ExxonMobil, he worked in industrial healthcare and banking. 

Irtiza holds a degree in Engineering and an MBA.

He is married with two daughters. Irtiza enjoys spending time with family and playing golf.

Muhammad Nurdin

Senior Vice President Production,
ExxonMobil Indonesia

Nurdin obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Gadjah Mada University, Special Region of Yogyakarta . In 1998, he joined ExxonMobilas Senior Engineer.

After many assignments, in both technical and operational in Indonesia and Australia, in 2010 Nurdin was appointed as Regional Facilities Engeneering Lead for Europe and Caspian. After which his was appointment as Regional Planning Advisor for America and Canada, based in Houston.

In 2012, he returned to Indonesia as BTPO Operations Coordinator, prior to his assignment as Planning and Commercial Manager in 2013. A year later he was appointed as Vice President Planning and Commercial ExxonMobil Indonesia. Following two years in this role and responsibility, Nurdin was then appointed as Vice President.

Since June 2019, Nurdin is the Senior Vice President of Production for ExxonMobil Indonesia.

Egon van der Hoeven

Senior VP Business Development, ExxonMobil Indonesia

Egon joined ExxonMobil Indonesia as Senior VP Business Development from March 2021. In this role Egon has the responsibility for the long term strategy and upstream opportunities of ExxonMobil’s affiliate in Indonesia. Previously Egon held a variety of senior commercial management positions in Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific. Other assignments included opportunity generation, competitive intelligence, commercial, planning and analyst roles. He has more than 20 years of oil and gas experience and has worked in exploration, gas marketing, midstream, refining & supply and research throughout the US, Europe and Asia Pacific regions. He was a management consultant prior to joining ExxonMobil.

Egon has an MSc (Ir) in Electrical Engineering and an MBA in strategic management. He is active in the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN).

Azi N. Alam

Vice President Public and Government Affairs, ExxonMobil Indonesia

Azi N. Alam was appointed to the position of Vice President Public and Government Affairs, ExxonMobil Indonesia in August 2019.

Azi has 10+ years of public and government affairs experience working in government, consultancy and private sectors. He holds a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Universitas Paramadina and a master’s degree in the same major from Universitas Indonesia. He also received graduate-level certification in business communications from Harvard Extension School.

Throughout his career with ExxonMobil, Azi has held operational and managerial positions both in Indonesia and the U.S.A. Prior to his current position, Azi  served as Global Upstream Advisor to Exxon Mobil Corporation in Houston, Texas.  

As Vice President Public and Government Affairs of ExxonMobil’s affiliates in Indonesia, Azi  is responsible for leading company’s external relationships with Government, partners, media, community and other key stakeholders.

He and his wife Tanti have two young children. His interests include music, travel, movies, reading and golf.

Florentina Hatmi

Vice President Finance and Support Services, ExxonMobil Indonesia

Graduated from the University of Indonesia with a Bachelor of Economics degree, Ms. Hatmi joined ExxonMobil in 1990 as a Financial Reporting Supervisor in ExxonMobil Indonesia.

In 2001, Ms. Hatmi became Facilities Manager before working as a Production Controller in 2009.

In 2010, Ms. Hatmi was appointed as Vice President Finance and Support Services for ExxonMobil Indonesia.

Tania Irani Amir Hasan

VP Surface Engineering, ExxonMobil Indonesia 

Tania Irani Amir Hasan started her career in ExxonMobil Indonesia in 1998, as the Process Engineer at Arun field, North Aceh. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in Chemical engineering from Syiah Kuala University, Banda Aceh and her Magister of Management from the Strategic Management department of Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta.

During her career, Tania was assigned as a supervisor in the Facilities Engineering Project and Operations. She also had the opportunity to expand her expertise in projects by being assigned as Senior Project Engineer in Houston in 2002, and in the field for Technical and Commercial as RasGas Joint Interest Advisor in Doha, Qatar, in 2009. 

Tania returned to Indonesia in 2011 and was then assigned as Engineering Coordinator for the preparation of Banyu Urip Operation. After which she was promoted as the Operations Support Superintendent for Cepu Production Operation.
By mid 2017, Tania was appointed as SSHE Manager,  prior to holding her current position as Vice President Planning and Commercial. As of March 2021, Tania was promoted as VP Surface Engineering. 

Sri Intan Wirya

VP Subsurface Engineering, ExxonMobil Indonesia

Joined the company in 1998 as a reservoir engineer, Intan holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering degree from Syiah Kuala University.

Throughout her career, Intan has held a variety of technical and supervisory positions in ExxonMobil Production Company in Indonesia and Malaysia, as well as in ExxonMobil Information Technology organization. In 2016, she was appointed as Operations Technical Subsurface Manager for ExxonMobil Indonesia based in Jakarta. Intan was promoted as VP Subsurface Engineering as of March 2021. 

Ayu N. Kencana 

Ayu joined ExxonMobil Indonesia in 2013 as HR Advisor and was responsible for the external aspects of Human Resources and industrial relations which safeguard the company’s compliance to applicable law and regulations. Previously, she pursued her career in human resources for more than seven years in two international banks and obtained extensive competencies in end-to-end HR processes.

Upon two years of joining ExxonMobil Indonesia, Ayu became responsible for human resources management, including talent development, performance management, providing inputs for the development of HR policies while due to her experiences, continue managing industrial relations and labor related issues .

In December 2020, Ayu, a Psychologist graduate of the University of Indonesia was appointed as VP Human Resources.

Tino Voigt

Asset Manager, ExxonMobil Indonesia

Tino Voigt earned his Diploma in Process Engineering and holds a PhD in Nanotechnology. In 2009, he joined ExxonMobil Germany as Facilities Surveillance Engineer. 

Throughout his career in ExxonMobil, he has held multiple roles in Engineering and Operations, Facilities and Project Engineer, and as Field Superintendent. 

In 2016 Mr. Voight   was assigned as Facilities, Process and Risk Supervisor for Esso Exploration Angola, West Africa. 

In July 2019, he became the Assets Manager for ExxonMobil Indonesia based in Bojonegoro, East Java.

Teguh H. Susanto 

Safety, Security, Health & Environment (SSH&E) Manager, ExxonMobil Indonesia 

Teguh Susanto started his career at ExxonMobil Indonesia in 2001, as soon as he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Gadjah Mada University.
After many technical and operational assignments, Mr. Susanto  became the Senior Supervisor for Field Production in Arun, Aceh in 2010. Four years later, he became the Superintendent of Onshore Operations in Bojonegoro in 2015. 

Since 2018 until now, Mr. Susanto  has been mandated as the Safety, Security, Health & Environment Manager for ExxonMobil Indonesia, and is based in Jakarta. 

Anung Prabawa

Wells Execution Manager, ExxonMobil Indonesia

Anung Prabawa started his career at ExxonMobil Indonesia in 1998 as a Subsurface Engineer. Three years later, this graduate of Mechanical Engineering from the University of Indonesia was posted in Houston. 

Anung returned to Indonesia in 2006 as Senior Drilling Engineer where he was assigned as lead engineer for the exploration drilling program and early development drilling of the Banyu Urip oil field, at the Cepu Block. In 2013 Anung was reassigned to Houston again and for the next three years he was the Engineer Associate at the Drilling New Projects Group, which is a group of teams responsible for ExxonMobil’s new drilling projects planning around the world. 

His drilling experience and expertise was immensely valuable and enabled him to be entrusted with holding down various positions in Jakarta as well as Houston. His last position was as the Well Operations Superintendent in Jakarta before being appointed as ExxonMobil Indonesia’s Wells Execution Manager in February 2021. 

Bomantara Dewa Pranoedjoe (Roy)

Indonesia Facilities Manager, ExxonMobil Indonesia

Mr. Roy earned an Associate degree in General Studies from Community College of Allegheny County, Pittsburgh PA, USA, and joined the company in 1994.

He started his career in ExxonMobil Indonesia and filled the Aviation Administration role in Jakarta office for two years.

He was then assigned to various role in Government Liaison, Logistics, and Upstream Business Support (UBS) from 1996 to 2007, followed by several supervisory positions in UBS and Security departments in ExxonMobil Indonesia.

In mid 2017, Mr. Roy was appointed as the Indonesia Facilities Manager for ExxonMobil Indonesia based in Jakarta.

Patrick Adhiatmadja

Executive Chairman, Federal Karyatama & ExxonMobil Lubricants Indonesia

Patrick Adhiatmadja earned his degree in Architecture Engineering and further studied at INSEAD Business School.

He became Federal Karyatama President Director and CEO in January 2013. Federal Karyatama’s core product, Federal Oil, is the market leader and the heart-of-market motorcycle lubricant brand in Indonesia. In June 2018, ExxonMobil completed the acquisition of Federal Karyatama and became a wholly owned subsidiary of ExxonMobil. Mr. Adhiatmadja successfully transitioned the entire organization as part of the change-in-control process, and now heads the Indonesia Lubes Market of ExxonMobil.

Prior to managing Federal Lubricants, Mr. Adhiatmadja  worked for a private equity firm, which was the previous holding company of Federal Karyatama. Before that, he worked for various multinational companies, mostly in the telecommunication and technology industry.

Syah Reza

President, ExxonMobil Lubricants Indonesia

Prior to joining ExxonMobil Indonesia in 2004, Reza obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Electric Engineering from the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) and his Masters in Business Administration from Monash University, Australia.

He started career at ExxonMobil Indonesia as Industrial Lubes Marketing Representative for ExxonMobil Lubricants Indonesia. After some managerial assignments within the Lubricants organization, in 2010 he was assigned as Banyu Urip Project External Interface Coordinator – ExxonMobil Cepu Limited.

In 2014, Reza was appointed as Banyu Urip Technical Manager and after two years he took on the role and responsibility as Vice President Planning and Commercial. He is now President ExxonMobil Lubricants Indonesia, a position which he has held since October 1, 2018.

Kamal Singh

Marketing Director - Fuels, ExxonMobil Indonesia

Mr. Singh earned a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering degree from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia. He joined the company in 1995 as a Marketing Analyst.

Throughout his career, Mr. Singh has held a variety of managerial positions in several ExxonMobil offices in USA, Singapore, Australia, Fiji, Guam and Samoa. From 2013, he was assigned to South Asia Pacific Wholesale Fuels Manager position and was involved with the Indonesia strategy study.

In April 2017, he became Indonesia Fuels Marketing Director for ExxonMobil Lubricants Indonesia based in Jakarta.


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