[3/11/2022 8:52 AM] Ann-Marie Eu Galaila K Kardinah Soemiatno was born in Bandung, West Java, in 1958. In 1983, she graduated in Engineering Physics from the Faculty of Industrial Engineering at the Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia. Initially, she looked at academia for a career, but then decided to make her mark on business. She has featured on both Fortune's and Forbes Magazine's ranking of the 50 most powerful women in business internationally. That recognition acknowledges her business achievements before and since she was appointed President Director of PT Pertamina, Indonesia's national oil and gas company, in 2009 and re-appointed President Director/CEO in 2013. Earlier, she held various technical and managerial positions in Mobil Oil Indonesia, Mobil Oil Dallas USA, CGG Petrosystems Indonesia, Landmark Concurrent Solusi Indonesia and Halliburton Indonesia. Galaila is a former Asia Energy and Sustainability Initiative senior visiting fellow at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard Kennedy School. Her research, which focused on Indonesia’s potential for renewable energy as well as the country’s energy challenges, enabled her to return to her academic roots and combine them with her keen experience of the workings of the business world. She now is an adviser to foreign governments and global oil and gas companies on energy issues.

[3/11/2022 8:52 AM] Ann-Marie Eu Galaila K Kardinah Soemiatno was born in Bandung, West Java, in 1958. In 1983, she graduated in Engineering Physics from the Faculty of Industrial Engineering at the Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia. Initially, she looked at academia for a career, but then decided to make her mark on business. She has featured on both Fortune's and Forbes Magazine's ranking of the 50 most powerful women in business internationally. That recognition acknowledges her business achievements before and since she was appointed President Director of PT Pertamina, Indonesia's national oil and gas company, in 2009 and re-appointed President Director/CEO in 2013. Earlier, she held various technical and managerial positions in Mobil Oil Indonesia, Mobil Oil Dallas USA, CGG Petrosystems Indonesia, Landmark Concurrent Solusi Indonesia and Halliburton Indonesia. Galaila is a former Asia Energy and Sustainability Initiative senior visiting fellow at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard Kennedy School. Her research, which focused on Indonesia’s potential for renewable energy as well as the country’s energy challenges, enabled her to return to her academic roots and combine them with her keen experience of the workings of the business world. She now is an adviser to foreign governments and global oil and gas companies on energy issues.

Galaila K Kardinah Soemiatno was born in Bandung, West Java, in 1958. In 1983, she graduated in Engineering Physics from the Faculty of Industrial Engineering at the Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia. Initially, she looked at academia for a career, but then decided to make her mark on business. She has featured on both Fortune's and Forbes Magazine's ranking of the 50 most powerful women in business internationally. That recognition acknowledges her business achievements before and since she was appointed President Director of PT Pertamina, Indonesia's national oil and gas company, in 2009 and re-appointed President Director/CEO in 2013. Earlier, she held various technical and managerial positions in Mobil Oil Indonesia, Mobil Oil Dallas USA, CGG Petrosystems Indonesia, Landmark Concurrent Solusi Indonesia and Halliburton Indonesia. Galaila is a former Asia Energy and Sustainability Initiative senior visiting fellow at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard Kennedy School. Her research, which focused on Indonesia’s potential for renewable energy as well as the country’s energy challenges, enabled her to return to her academic roots and combine them with her keen experience of the workings of the business world. She now is an adviser to foreign governments and global oil and gas companies on energy issues.

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