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Total in Indonesia


In Indonesia, Total is represented by both upstream (Exploration and Production) and downstream (Marketing and Services) branches. Following the global "One-Total-One Country" initiative, in 2019, both of these branches were synergized. At the same time, Total in Indonesia is also aiming to branch out its energy business into renewable energies and electric power in the near future.


Starting from 1968 until the end of 2017, Total in Indonesia has operated the Mahakam Block in East Kalimantan and has been the largest gas producer since 2000 that is accounted for 82% of the Bontang LNG Plant's supply. 

Beyond the Mahakam region, Total has also expanded its activities in Indonesia and holded interests in 15 blocks in 2012. This includes 22.5% share in Tengah Block (up to 4 October 2018) and 15% in Sebuku Block (still ongoing). 


The expansion into downstream sector in early 2003 through PT Total Oil Indonesia, started with the Lubricants business that were distributed nationwide under the Total and ELF brands.

Total entered the retail market in 2009, and today operates 18 service stations situated at prime urban locations in Greater Jakarta and Bandung.

Our strategic vision in Indonesia is to develop an extensive network of business and contribute to the expansion of the Indonesian economy. This includes providing Total’s consumers with superior services combined with the most advanced fuels and lubricants developed through Total’s world-class R&D technology.

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