Languages Spoken: Bahasa Indonesia, English, Arabic, Serbian
Dwandari (Andar) Ralanarko has experience working in both exploration and exploitation companies in the oil & gas industry. He is a graduate of the University of Diponegoro (Semarang, Central Java - Indonesia) specializing in Sedimentology and Petroleum Geology. He has worked with an International Field Mapping Project in Ugljevic and several districts in Republika Srpska, Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Since 2011, he has worked for the China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) Southeast Asia as a team member for both exploitation and subsurface team. He has focused there on subsurface mapping, reservoir characterization, and geological static models with exploration and development fields in Southeast Asia. Dwandari has also worked in development looking to maintain oil production from clastic sandstone and carbonate reservoir, as well as reservoirs with strong water drives and has worked with issues of depletion drive.
He has given numerous presentations of his work including at the Indonesian Petroleum Association (IPA), Indonesia Energy “Oil & Gas Summit”, and several Asia Pacific oil & gas conferences. He has passion for participation in professional organizations, exercising leadership and teaching. He enjoys giving talks, workshops, and seminars for several student chapter the Asia Pacific Region.
He was selected to attend the AAPG Student Chapter Leadership Symposium (SCLS) and Leadership Day in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 2010 and was invited to attend AAPG SCCS & Young Professional Leadership Summit (YPLS) in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2014. He is the Chair of the Oversight Committee for Indonesia AAPG Student Chapters and is Co-Coordinator for the Visiting Geoscientist Program in the Asia Pacific Region.