Insan Pratama is a senior associate at Assegaf Hamzah & Partners (AHP). For the six years prior to joining AHP, he worked as an in-house counsel for the largest oil and gas company in the world. With his extensive experience in the areas of upstream, downstream, and midstream LNG, he has developed not only a breadth of knowledge of oil and gas regulatory regimes, but also a deep-rooted understanding of their commercial context and industry drivers. As an active member of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN) with a network of contacts in the oil and gas industry and within regulatory bodies such as SKK Migas and Migas, he continues to expand his knowledge of the development of oil and gas law and its related complex transactions.
Insan earned his LLM in business and taxation law from the University of Cergy-Pontoise, France with the support of the scholarship programme of French oil and gas giant Total SA, following his two bachelor’s degrees, one in law from the Islamic University of Indonesia and one in international relations from Gadjah Mada University. He passed the bar exam of the Indonesian Bar Association (PERADI) in 2014.
Insan is currently a member of the AHP banking, finance and project team, and deals with project finance for geothermal power plant projects, as well as providing legal services for several oil and gas clients.
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