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History

We were defined by 3 decades journey that has molded our character and honed our expertise. We understand that past accomplishments mean nothing without the ability to learn and adapt in the new era. We started as a company that provided inspection and certification, and then transformed to an expert in operations and maintenance, and now became project owner by executing selective investments upon strategic projects. We have come a long way and we can proudly say that we have significantly contributed to the growth of Indonesia’s energy industry.

80’s
Titis Sampurna was born in an era where the oil and gas industry in Indonesia is coming into its highest peak. The 1980’s witnessed the arrival of foreign services companies in Indonesia. As a country so rich with sources of oil and gas, it was a necessity that a local company emerged to stand side by side with the foreign companies, equal in quality. Local expertise in oil and gas industry inspired our birth. Our founders established a company that provided maintenance services for oil and gas equipments, constructions and also project management. Inspection and quality control at international standards recognized us as a qualified service provider. We have since become a trustworthy partner for numbers of major international names in the oil and gas sector.

90’s
Our involvement in several Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC) projects in the ‘90s led us to engage in the Operation and Maintenance (O&M) business. The 1997 EPC sub-sea control project that we handled made us the first company in Indonesia that adopted such state-of-the-art technology. Titis Sampurna is strongly committed to meet international standards. We attained our ISO 9001 after successfully conducting a number of O&M services, including the 430 kilometers Pagerungan-Porong-Gresik Pertamina pipeline and the 536 kilometers Grissik-Duri pipeline, owned by Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGN).

2000’s
Coming into the twenty-first century, we decided to start new ventures and invested in several projects, including Gas Transmission Facilities Project at Bontang, East Kalimantan and Gas Transmission Facilities and LPG/Gas Extraction Plant in Prabumulih, South Sumatera. The plant separated natural gas into Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG), condensate and lean gas. It was inspired by the idea of optimizing flared natural gas utilization as well as providing value added products. These projects are part of our long-term commitment to support the growth of Indonesia energy industry.

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