ConocoPhillips Grissik team recognized by Indonesian government for corporate social responsibility

On December 12, ConocoPhillips (Grissik) Ltd. (CPGL) received the 2017 CSR of Health, an annual corporate social responsibility (CSR) recognition sponsored by Indonesia’s Ministry of Health.

Presented to Relations & Security Vice President Djoang Laksanto by Minister of Health Nila Farid Moeloek, the prestigious national award recognizes companies committed to improving local communities through health education programs such as effective handwashing, good nutrition for babies, toddlers and mothers, and anti-drug campaigns.  

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 FROM LEFT: Djoang Laksanto, vice president, Relations & Security, ConocoPhillips Indonesia; Restu Pratiwi, executive director, Danamon Bank Foundation; Untung Suseno Sutarjo, general secretary, Ministry of Health; Nila Farid Moeloek, Minister of Health; Bambang Wibowo, director general, Health Service; Vera Galuh Sugijanto, corporate secretary, Tirta Investama (bottled drinking water); and Okty Damayanti, CSR division head, Adaro Indonesia (coal mining). 


“We are pleased and honored to support the government of Indonesia’s health outreach efforts in the communities where ConocoPhillips Indonesia operates,” said Laksanto. “This award acknowledges our commitment to engaging our stakeholders and enhancing the communities where we operate.”

Fifty multinational and national companies from various industries participated in the selection process. CPGL was one of four companies recognized for CSR programs in health education/socialization and the only oil company to receive the award.  

CPGL operates the Corridor Block PSC, where ConocoPhillips holds a 54 percent interest. The asset, located in South Sumatra, consists of five oil fields and seven natural gas fields. The principal oil-producing fields are Suban Baru and Rawa, and the principal gas fields are Suban, Sumpal and Dayung. Natural gas produced from the block is sold through long-term contracts to the domestic and Singapore markets.