Year Category: 2014

Legal Guide to Oil Regulation in Indonesia: Local Content, Transfers, Decommissioning and Transportation

This is the fifth post in our 2014 Legal Guide to Oil Regulation. Fitriana Mahiddin and Syahdan Z. Aziz will address a new topic each week. Use of domestic goods A PSC contractor is required to prioritize the use of domestic goods, services, technology and engineering and design expertise in a transparent and competitive manner, in accordance Legal Guide to Oil Regulation in Indonesia: Local Content, Transfers, Decommissioning and Transportation

SSEK Advises on Enerflex Deal

SSEK Legal Consultants has advised on all Indonesian aspects of the US$430 million global acquisition by Enerflex of the international contract compression, processing, and after-market services business of Axip Energy Services (formerly Valerus Compression Service). PT Valerus Indonesia is the Indonesian entity of Axip Energy Services. SSEK also advised on all Indonesian aspects of a US$635 SSEK Advises on Enerflex Deal

Legal Guide to Oil Regulation in Indonesia: Licenses, Royalties and Contracts

This is the fourth post in our 2014 Legal Guide to Oil Regulation. Fitriana Mahiddin and Syahdan Z. Aziz will address a new topic each week. Under the Oil and Gas Law, entities in the form of a state-owned enterprise (SOE), regional-owned enterprise (BUMD), a cooperative, small business or private business entity may enter into a Legal Guide to Oil Regulation in Indonesia: Licenses, Royalties and Contracts

SSEK Lawyers to Speak at IBA Conference in Tokyo

Two lawyers from SSEK Legal Consultants, a full-service corporate and commercial law firm based in Jakarta, Indonesia, will feature in three working sessions at the upcoming Annual Conference of the International Bar Association (IBA) in Tokyo. Rusmaini Lenggogeni, the managing partner of SSEK, will speak on Wednesday, October 22, on “Targeting the Asian Market: Setting SSEK Lawyers to Speak at IBA Conference in Tokyo

Which Goods Require Indonesian-Language Labels and What Is the Penalty for Failing to Comply?

Indonesia’s Ministry of Trade has updated Regulation No. 67/M-DAG/PER/11/2013 regarding the Obligation to Affix Indonesian-Language Labels on Goods, with the issuance of Minister of Trade Regulation No. 10/M-DAG/PER/1/2014 dated January 30, 2014 (MOT Reg. 67/2013). This MOT regulation requires that certain goods manufactured in Indonesia and certain imported goods traded in Indonesia carry a label Which Goods Require Indonesian-Language Labels and What Is the Penalty for Failing to Comply?

SSEK Advises on Hong Kong IPO

SSEK, based in Jakarta, Indonesia, advised on Link Holdings Limited’s recent IPO and listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange by way of placement. Link Holdings, a hotel operator, has a subsidiary with assets in Indonesia. SSEK advised the sole sponsor and underwriters of the IPO on all aspects of Indonesian law.