BP operates all of its main business streams in Indonesia, including petrochemicals, lubricants and upstream activities.
PT AMIPT AMI was formed by BP, Mitsui Chemicals Inc and Mitsui & Co Ltd to meet increasing domestic demand for Purified Terephthalic Acid (PTA--a basic building brick in the production of polyester for textiles industry). A new production plant was opened at Merak, Cilegon in 1997, and today with around 200 employees and 150 contractors, PT AMI is the preferred PTA supplier in Indonesia
Using proprietary PTA production technology developed by BP, PT AMI has established its market leading position by working openly with customers to implement innovative solutions that are of mutual value. PT AMI supports development of the domestic polyester industry by sharing knowledge about markets, technology and trade.
PT Castrol IndonesiaCastrol is a leading lubricant brand, with 10,000 employees worldwide and a presence in 150 countries. The brand first entered the Indonesian market in 1970 and PT Castrol Indonesia was established in 1998. It has achieved strong performance in a competitive market ever since
The business has built up a strong consumer franchise through its customer-focused approach. Castrol is now widely recognized for the innovative marketing of high-performance, technology-intensive lubricants and vehicle oils. Products marketed in Indonesia include: Castrol 2T Low Smoke, Castrol Power 1, Castrol Activ, and Castrol Go! All these international acclaimed oils are manufactured in a fully automated, 80,000 MT/annum Lube Oil Blending Plant in Cilegon.
VICOVICO Indonesia is a joint venture between BP and ENI. VICO is the third largest production-sharing contract operator in Indonesia, with 1,000 employees and a 2006 gross production of 535 mmscfd (million cubic feet per day) of gas (inlet) and 20 mbd (thousands barrels per day) of oil and condensate.
VICO operates the Sanga-Sanga Production Sharing Contract (PSC), in which BP has 38% interest and is active in LNG export. in 2005 Sanga-sanga currently delivered around 17.5% of the total gas feed to Bontang (PT Badak), one of the world's largest LNG plants, with 8 trains and capacity of 22 mtpa. In 2006 Bontang produced 19.3 million tons (885 bcf)of LNG and loaded 334 std cargos for buyers in Japan, Korea and Taiwan.