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ExxonMobil affiliates and predecessor companies have been operating in Indonesia for more than 115 years.

ExxonMobil operates the Arun Field in Aceh Province as a Contractor to a Production Sharing Contract (PSC) to the regulatory body for upstream oil and gas business activities Republic of Indonesia (SKK Migas). ExxonMobil affiliates also operate the South Lhoksukon A and D, as well as the North Sumatera Offshore gas field and hold a 100 percent participating interest in the above mentioned fields.

Mobil Cepu Ltd. (MCL) and Ampolex (Cepu) PTE. LTD.—both are ExxonMobil’s subsidiaries—PT. Pertamina EP Cepu and four local government companies, namely PT. Sarana Patra Hulu Cepu (Central Java), PT. Asri Dharma Sejahtera (Bojonegoro), PT. Blora Patragas Hulu (Blora) and PT. Petro Gas Jatim Utama Cendana (East Java), have jointly taken part as the Contractor under the Cepu Production Sharing Contract which will run until 2035. ExxonMobil holds 45 percent of the total Participating Interest in the Cepu Block.

ExxonMobil was awarded several exploration blocks between 2006 and 2009: Surumana, Mandar, Gunting and Cendrawasih, which are being relinquished, and Coal Bed Methane (CBM) blocks.

In the downstream business, we are geared up to expand our market in lubes and petrochemicals. PT. ExxonMobil Lubricants Indonesia (PT. EMLI) is representing ExxonMobil downstream business in Indonesia.

Exxon Mobil Corporation has numerous affiliates, with many names that include ExxonMobil, Exxon, Mobil, Esso and XTO.  For convenience and simplicity those terms and terms such as Corporation, company, our, we and its are sometimes used as abbreviated references to specific affiliates or affiliate groups.