Pertamina EP: Production of 122,000 Barrels of First Semester

PT Pertamina EP record oil and condensate production in the first half of 2013 reached 122,000 barrels per day.
Vice President Exploitation Pertamina EP Herutama Trikoranto in Jakarta on Thursday, said that the production was slightly lower than the target of 123,000 barrels per day.
“We seek the achievement of the target in the second half. Fact, the production until the end of the year is optimistic of 127000-128000 barrels per day,” he said.
Appropriate work program and budget (work program and budget) 2013, Pertamina EP is targeted to produce 132,000 barrels of oil per day.
However, the figure has been revised to 123,000 barrels per day, as the national oil production target derived from the 900,000 to 840,000 barrels per day.
Heru said the achievement of production constraints in the first half mainly due to non-technical problems of land acquisition and licensing, especially in protected forests.
Meanwhile, the technical constraints such as delays in drilling due to “loss of circulation” and below the surface of the issues that make the production is not as expected.
As a result of these constraints, plans to increase production by 11,000 barrels in the first half of 2013, only reached 4,200 barrels per day.
In 2012, Pertamina EP recorded additional production up to 13,500 barrels of the target of 14,200 barrels per day.
“Last year was better, as it has not appeared nontechnical problems,” he said.
According to him, it will increase the re-work (work-over) to the production wells to avoid the constraints of the land acquisition and licensing.
“Work does not need to re-land acquisition and licensing,” he said.
Heru said it expects to produce in the second half to increase again to reach 4,000 barrels per day.

Gets Pinasthika Profit Partners Rp 248 Billion, Up 36%

Net profit of the company-owned automotive parts Uno Uno, PT Mustika Pinasthika Mitra Tbk (MPMX) reached Rp 248.33 billion in the first half of 2013, growing 36.2% over the same period last year periodeyang Rp 182.31 miiliar.

In addition, the company also recorded a net income of Rp 6.78 trillion, up 31% from the same period in 2012 amounted to Rp 5.18 trillion.

Gross profit also rose by 35% from Rp 750.69 billion in the first half of 2012 to Rp 1.02 trillion in the first half of 2013.

Director MPMX Tossin Hima explains, a significant increase in financial performance is in line with the Company’s solid operating performance. For example, under the vehicle rental business MPMRent significantly increase its fleet to 74% in the first 6 months of 2013 reached 12,104 units.

He also mentioned, total assets also increased 20% from last year’s Rp 9.07 trillion to Rp 10.88 trillion in the first semester of 2013. According to him, a solid financial performance is the result of hard work, good strategy and strengthened by the excellent execution.

“Achieving good performance in the first semester of 2013 was above the average growth of the industry and consistent with the Company experienced growth in recent years. This proves MPMX commitment in keeping what is our promise to the stakeholders, particularly shareholders and investors, the growth of a healthy and sustainable business, “Tossin said in a statement in Jakarta, Monday (22/07/2013).

He said the vehicle rental business market in Indonesia is divided and spread out in various areas and MPMX MPMRent benefit from having more than 20 years experience in this business.

“The experience and deep understanding MPMRent makes us more observant and aggressive in capturing and realizing opportunities in the vehicle rental business, especially in the corporate sector nationwide,” said Tossin.

In addition, Honda motorcycles for distribution business, especially in the area of ​​East Java and East Nusa Tenggara, sales rose by 26% to reach 447,578 units in the first semester 2013.

Meanwhile, the Honda motorcycle sales nationwide rose 12% and sales of motorcycles grew only 6% of the months January to June 2013.

Increased sales of motorcycles as well as the number of middle-class people in Indonesia, helped push sales of lubricants business MPMX growing more than 10% to reach 32.12 million liters of oil.

PT. Develop RNI Beef Production in Lombok

Slaughterhouse capacity (RPH) Banyumulek, West Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, improved. Before managed by PT. Cattle Rajawali Indonesia (SRI) – from state-owned PT group. Rajawali Nusantara Indonesia (RNI), only 25 birds per day, to 100 head per day. Could even reach the target of 60 thousand head per year.
Director of PT RNI Ismed Hasan Putro explain, to meet the needs before Eid, RPH Banyumulek optimistic capable of supplying 10 tons of meat.
That’s why, in addition to increasing the capacity cut, PT. SRI also continue to increase the production of beef cattle. In land area covering 26 hectares Banyumulek RPH, 5 acres of which are currently being prepared for construction of cattle shed.
Beef from slaughterhouses Banyumulek with the trademark ‘King of Meat’ has entered the market as much as 5 tons Jakarta last week. »We’ve sold five variants of the flesh,” he told Tempo in Mataram, Wednesday, July 31, 2013.
Variant ‘King of Meat’ in between the outer meat, tenderloin, sirloin, until back to the material rendang dishes. The price varies, from Rp 70 thousand to Rp 120 thousand per kilogram.
Ismed also explains, in cooperation with PT PT SRI Golden Gate NTB (PT GNE), remedy the freezing process the meat before it is supplied to the market, particularly to the island of Java. As for the beef cattle breeding activities, are woven kersama with local farmers as breeders plasma.
According Ismed, PT. SRI initial disburse Rp 65 billion to buy 15,000 head of beef cattle. While in the area is currently available Banyumulek RPH 150 head of cows 1500 plan to be developed. »In the year 6000 produced a tail,” he said.
The next stage, said Ismed, is a diversified business, such as producing meatballs to sausage, which will be marketed to various areas in Java, including Jakarta and Bali. Also for local needs on the island of Lombok.
Head of Department of Animal Husbandry and Animal Health NTB Hery Erpan mnengatakan Rayes, the work done by PT. RNI is appropriate because NTB is a source of beef cattle. Tail of the potential 106,000 cattle, 32,500 NTB can set quotas tail.
Potential of beef cattle in NTB does not include unrecorded about 45,000 birds. While the beef quota seeds, both males and females up to 22,000 head of as many as 41,000 potential tail.

Formalin-Free Cut Chicken Business typical Bang Nojeng

Getting a healthy and halal food is a demand and need for masyarat. However, still found rogue traders who sell food using dangerous preservatives like formalin chicken or chicken syringe.

Seeing these conditions, Suparno or familiarly called Bang Nojeng finally moved sells chicken pieces “ASUH” or short for safe, healthy, whole and halal for consumption.

“Based on information from the public that the chicken was still circulating in the community found using preservative-macem macem. Cuts I want to make a reply, I do not use formaldehyde can,” said Bang Nojeng to detikFinance in JCC Senayan Jakarta, Thursday (13/9 / 2012).

Bang Nojeng departing from home-based business since 1983 cutting chicken then decided to change the concept of business since December 20, 2011 by selling fresh chicken with quality cooling manufacturer yet economical prices.

“We’re packed with good packaging, I do not want to lose the packaging manufacturer,” he added.

Advantages that Nojeng Bang chicken pieces have been sold at 24 outlets in Jakarta has a different flavor than the chicken sold in the market.

“When using ice it closes the pores, protein-protein animal protein but it does not come out of the chicken was freshly cut open pores so there could be contaminated with the scent but if we are truly never alone fell onto the floor,” he added.

Thanks to hard work, Bang Nojeng can now supply fresh chicken for resotran and upper middle class consumers in Jakarta up to 3 tons per day. But the achievements of Bang Nojeng not stop there, he wanted to introduce the concept of healthy and fresh chicken at economical prices in traditional markets.

“We do not make a profit but selling lots and lots of booths in each market introducing traditional,” he concluded.

Are you interested in ordering or would like to know more about the products HEALTHY chicken ala Bang Nojeng. You can come to abattoirs (slaughterhouses) Crab Swamp Road.

Industry: Gipang, The Crunchy Sweet of Banten!

Snacks that one is said to be one of the Banten savouries are sold as souvenirs. It feels crisp, sweet, slightly sticky because it is made of sticky rice mixed with sugar water. Want to taste it?

Banten and Jakarta distance is not so far away. But not many know that this small town also keep some snacks that shake up the tongue. One of the snacks are pretty popular Bantam either be enjoyed as a snack or a souvenir is gipang cake.

Arguably the ingredients for the cake gipang very simple. The main ingredient is glutinous rice to make white or red sticky rice. Once steamed, then cooled and washed glutinous water and then dried in the sun to dry too sticky. Well, then fried and then mixed with sugar water so typical slightly sticky texture when eaten.

Gipang that is so thin and cut into pieces. If the first gipang not have a flavor variation, gipang now made ​​in a variety of flavors such as pandan flavor and brown sugar. Some are smeared with peanut butter on it to impart a delicious savory-savory.

Gipang now arguably the confectionary that is quite rare, not many sellers these snacks outside the city of Serang. Even in Punjab alone gipang only made ​​in cottage industries in the villages. Though this snack has a huge potential, because it feels good addition gipang price is very affordable.

Bank Mega Syariah Aims Rp 265 Billion Profit in 2013

PT Bank Mega Syariah perseoran target by 2013 will reach 265 billion USD before taxes. The Company believes it is able to achieve the target.

This was revealed by the President Director of PT Bank Mega Syariah, Benny Witjaksono time press conference at Menara Bank Mega, Capt. Tendean Road, Jakarta (12/4/2013).

“In 2013, we have reached the target grossnya profit at Rp 265 billion, or after tax of Rp 198 billion. Course to secure this we have step by step,” he said.

Benny did not mention what the expansion to be able to achieve these targets. “We have also reached earlier illustrates that God willing will be up,” he added.

The target is higher than the company’s profit after tax in 2012, which reached Rp 184.8 billion. Said to Benny, corporate profits continue to experience positive trends. Characterized by increased earnings in 2012 amounted to 243.2% in 2011 compared to the previous which only reached Rp 53.8 billion.

Furthermore Benny said, profit after tax increased performance company supported by 3 main things. Among them is the better performance of the company, also in terms of business growth.

“First petumbuhan business itself. Both increase employee productivity, the third, we are very successful in controlling operating costs,” he concluded.

Cake tasting Traditional Home Business

Business inspiration can come from anywhere as long as there is a will. Aspects of local traditions can be used as capital to start a business while keeping the local culture.

For example, a typical cake Gorontalo is trying maintained by a home-based entrepreneur from Gorontalo cake that had long settled in Jakarta, which named Mona Melani Djamal.

One typical food is the most favored Gorontalo boat cake, cakes made from brown sugar major, coconut milk, coconut slices, and given the pandan Dauh container shaped like a boat.

“Make cakes Gorontalo Gorontalo not accidentally let the cake is gone,” said Mona to the Editor (13/06/2011).

According to the raw materials to make this cake is fairly easy to come by because of the brown sugar until the coconut milk can be found in almost every market, both modern markets and traditional markets. But Mona admitted it is not easy to make a cake batter that was not damaged boat. He always tries to make a cake with the perfect boat.

“It took a struggle that wanted to make, should not be left ditungguin. Continues to make the container can not nyuruh people, not animating can not neat,” he said.

According to Mona, this boat cake introduced by his close friends when gathering. Currently, he has been marketing his boat pastries to out of town, even to his hometown in Gorontalo. Mona’s experience, can be an inspiration how memesarkan products cake home from the neighborhood market up to a wider audience.

“Used to love divided if there gathering. Continues know word of mouth is the only boat I make cakes. Now that mesen already everywhere as it may be sparse. Already nyampe everywhere to me, I never send pesenan Gorontalo to send aircraft use, “he explained.

Mona explains the capital to make a boat cake is fairly cheap. To make the cake as much as 50 boats, Mona only spent less than Rp 50,000. Hargsa only one slice of cake boat priced Rp 2,500. Mona claims often gets skewed comments from customers, but Mona seldom bother because it’s the price to pay to enjoy a boat patience in baking.

“Sometimes people say expensive, but people say what’s up deh.’s Expensive services,” he said.

Mona added, as this type of cake is rarely sold because he took this opportunity to meet their daily needs.

“Sometimes people say expensive, but people say what’s up deh.’s Expensive services,” he said.

By selling cookies boat, he was able to generate more than USD 3 million in a month, it also depends on the order came because Mona is only selling the boat cake if there are orders from customers.

“Not necessarily because tergangtung order, usually above Rp 3 million per month. Makes pesenan only if there is no sale actually” he said.

In addition to boat cake Mona also sell some cakes Gorontalo others, such as Sirikaya Fuel, How to Fill, Wapili. In addition to boat cake, Mona also serve
such order another cake and custard eclairs.

Soybean production RI Low, This explanation Kementan

Productivity of soybean in Indonesia is still relatively lacking. Per year, the total production of soybean Indonesia only reached about 600 thousand tons. Still far below the needs of up to 1.5 million tons / year. What causes it?

Head of Research and Development of the Ministry of Agriculture Haryono said, the lack of production of soybean is caused due to several factors. Therefore, soy is not going to be able to meet the self-sufficiency by 2014.

“Soy is the first difficulty for nothing. For the price, but thank God there is now Rp 7,000 COGS so farmers excited again although a bit slow,” Haryono said when met at the Central Bureau of Research and Development of Ministry of Agriculture, Jalan Ragunan, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta, Thursday (25 / 7/2013).

Haryono said, farmers had planted soybeans are less excited because the price is relatively lower than other commodities such as onion, garlic, corn, and other horticultural products.

In addition, continued Haryono, land issues were a major obstacle. Soybean plantations in Indonesia currently available only about 500 thousand hectares.

“Back then it was 1.2 million hectares, down by itself as competing with corn and others,” he explained.

Third, the lack of factors that affect the productivity of soybean in Indonesia is a seed. Seed and soybean crops vulnerable to pests and diseases.

“In general, soybean planting is more difficult than growing rice and corn. Due to many pests and diseases, rice can last 6 months, if soy just 3 months,” he said.

BlackBerry Sales Sluggish, Profit Drops 39% Erajaya

Erajaya Swasembada Tbk PT (ERAA) recorded a 38.9% decline in net income to Rp 129.8 billion in the first half of 2013 compared to the same period last year of Rp 212.4 billion. Profit fell because of sluggish sales of the BlackBerry which started early this year.

BlackBerry sales that have accounted for the largest portion of revenue to the company must be reduced. Consequently, total turnover alias Erajaya participate eroded revenue.

The Company recorded net sales decreased by 6.7% to Rp 5.976 trillion in the first half of 2013 compared to net sales in the same period of the previous year of Rp 6.406 trillion.

The company’s operating profit also fell by 30% to Rp 214.6 billion compared with the same period of the previous year which reached Rp 306.7 billion.

Director of Marketing and Communications Erajaya Djatmiko Ward said the decline in sales due to the new rules of import of mobile phones causing the import process becomes longer. As a result, the supply for uninterrupted sales.

“Two weeks things could not get in, the automatic result of stock and sales hampered,” said Djatmiko exposure time performance, at the Capital Residence Sudirman, Jakarta, Wednesday (31/07/2013).

In addition, he said, the decline in sales was also due to the floods that hit Jakarta in January that led to the loss of sales for 10-14 days. Start fading prestige BlackBerry brand in the Indonesian market since the beginning of the year also led to the sales down.

“Because of this flood hampered our distribution channels,” he said.

He said the decline in sales was also followed by lower sales volume for mobile phones to 4.9 million in the first half of 2013 from 5.2 million in the same period the previous year. Mobile phones and tablets recorded the most substantial contribution accounted for 88.1% of net sales to Rp 5.267 trillion in the first semester of 2013 from Rp 5.996 trillion in the same period the previous year.

Meanwhile, the average selling price for all mobile phone brands also fell to 1,070,578 in the first half of 2013 from 1,144,218 in the same period the previous year.

Capital of USD 200 million, Inspector General Joko could profit 14.8 Billion

JAKARTA – The defendant Driving Simulator SIM corruption and money laundering, Inspector General (Police) Djoko Susilo, profit to Rp 14.8 billion from the business that they do with colleagues, Subekti Adianto. Business was built sejak1990, until early 2010.

Armed with a capital of USD 200 million, the money Subekti play with a variety of businesses, such as buying and selling gems, diamonds, foreign exchange, to provide loans to the merchant market. While testifying on Djoko at the Corruption Court in Jakarta, Tuesday (30/7), Subekti stated initial capital in January 1995 amounted to USD 200 million, in 2001 to bring profit to $ 5.8 billion.

In fact, he said, has increased again in 2002 to Rp 8 billion. He said, in 2001, Djoko Susilo was taking Rp 2 billion from the business profits.

However, in 2003, the remaining Rp 6 billion rose again to Rp 7.9 billion. “Then until 2010 to Rp. 14.8 billion,” said Subekti.

Well, said Subekti, in 2011 more money Djoko took advantage of their efforts. “From there it finished,” he said.

Subekti claimed to get the results by 70 percent, while 30 percent Djoko.