Responsible for planning, coordinating, and implementing IPA Exhibition and Convention every year. The first priority is to determine the date of the meeting which is acceptable to all parties. These dates should be set for the meeting schedule IPA does not coincide with the time of the meeting held by other large oil industry, or a holiday, and the month of Ramadan. Monthly meetings are held to review the implementation of the duties and obligations of all members of the committee, set a projected attendance figures, as well as selecting the main speaker and the speaker candidates for public discussion events. At the initial meeting, the committees usually discuss a spending plan that is calculated based on the projected attendance to prepare a preliminary budget, which is sent to the Director of the IPA Board. Monthly meetings are usually held on the week before the Board meeting held IPA.
The IPA ESC is a working committee and serves as a bridge between oil and gas operators and regulatory bodies, creates open dialogue between all stakeholders and provides a platform for the Government and the upstream oil & gas industry (mainly) to address opportunities and future challenges relating to environmental issues and safety compliance to support Sustainable Development. The committee role is to support the IPA member companies and operators to comply with applicable regulations, to promote the beyond compliance effort and to share best practices in safety and environmental management. The committee therefore actively participates in providing necessary feedback and comments to the Government during related regulatory development to ensure that the issued regulations are applicable & sensible for the industry without sacrificing the environmental and safety standards that are an integral part of oil and gas operations within Indonesia. For the past few years, the IPA ESC have been very actively involved in regulatory advocacy from the industry and professional perspective and have been influencing government to revisit regulations which are not practical to achieve sustainability.
The Exploration Committee focuses on enhancing the exploration climate in Indonesia, including formulating specific recommendations to the Government to encourage and accelerate exploration activities, as well as exchanging information and creating synergy among the PSCs.
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The Unconventional Hydrocarbon Committee will focus on issues, studies and regulations being developed regarding Coal Bed Methane, Shale & Tight Sands Hydrocarbon, and other unconventional oil and gas resources.