Combine Digital Capabilities and Technology, BHGE Offers Efficiency in the Oil and Gas Industry

By : Hariyanto And Aldo Bella Putra | Monday, April 30 2018 - 16:00 IWST

Presiden Director BHGE, Iwan Candra (Hariyanto/INDUSTRY.co.id)
Presiden Director BHGE, Iwan Candra (Hariyanto/INDUSTRY.co.id)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE) will showcase proven technologies and experiences to the Indonesian oil and gas industry in the Convex 2018 IPA.

This is to encourage the competitiveness of the national oil and gas industry sector at the global level by combining digital capabilities and various advanced technologies that can increase general industry productivity by about 5%.

Following the merger between Baker Hughes and GE's oil and gas business in September, BHGE is now the first company to offer digital services and solutions in the industry for the entire spectrum of oil and gas processing.

BHGE President Director, Iwan Candra, said changes are normal in the oil and gas industry today.

"At BHGE we help oil and gas industry customers to stand against any uncertainty, work smarter and bring energy to more people," Iwan said in Jakarta, Monday (30/4/2018).

He added that BHGE services are increasingly differentiating from other industry actors in the entire value stream. "Where we present and help customers drive productivity, while minimizing danger and risk," he said.

BHGE will assist customers in obtaining, transporting and obtaining hydrocarbon end products more efficiently, productively, environmentally friendly, and safely at lower bundle costs.

Iwan added that BHGE partners with customers to learn about targeted challenges and results, and is able to create results-based approaches and commercial models to address challenges.

"Our services and solutions are designed to lower costs and make things faster and simpler and more productive, bringing significant improvements in productivity, reliability, flexibility and efficiency that industry needs," adds Iwan.

"Our focus in Indonesia is to work with oil and gas industry players to drive the competitiveness of Indonesia's oil and gas industry at global level," he continued.

BHGE's global organization is designed to achieve business sustainability, minimize disruptive, fulfill and even exceed performance goals. Bringing global operations and tailoring their capabilities to local needs.

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