The Oil & Gas Year Indonesia 2018
The Oil & Gas Year has partnered with the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, SKK Migas and the Indonesian Petroleum Association to present the Indonesia 2018 edition, a comprehensive guide to the current market conditions. With a growing population and expanding economy, Indonesia’s energy needs are increasing. The government is working to ensure the country has the fuel it needs through a new PSC model, diversifying the power mix and increasing refining capacity. We examine the industry across the value chain with detailed articles and analysis, as well as viewpoints from private sector and government leaders.
The new gross-split scheme and its implications for the industry are examined in depth with commentary from the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, including an interview with Minister Ignasius Jonan, as well as the opinions and experiences of top executives. A special chapter covers Indonesia’s energy mix and the government’s goals to ramp up power generation and diversify sources. Specially designed maps detail the 2018 bidding round work areas, up-to-date licences and the country’s geothermal potential.
The book also includes an edited version of the most recent strategic roundtable, held in collaboration with Bimasena, the Indonesian Petroleum Association and SKK Migas. The comprehensive discussion on the oil and gas investment climate in Indonesia addressed increasing attractiveness in regional and international markets and the tax terms the Ministry of Finance will apply under the new PSC model.
This edition includes interviews with top voices in the industry, including SKK Migas chairman Amien Sunaryadi, Bimasena chairman Subroto and Indonesian Petroleum Association executive director Marjolijn Wajong. Upstream leaders such as Nanang Abdul Manaf, the president-director of Pertamina EP; Bijan Agarwal, the president and general manager of ConocoPhillips Indonesia; and Daniel Wieczynski, president-director of ExxonMobil Indonesia, are also featured. The latest developments at the Paku Gajah field, Banyu Urip field and Block A PSC are analysed, as well as downstream and LNG projects such as Abadi LNG, Tangguh LNG and the Matindok gas development project.
The fourth edition of The Oil & Gas Year Indonesia is an unparalleled guide to investment in the oil and gas industry in this dynamic market.
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