The Oil & Gas Year Indonesia 2020
“To attain energy security and the ability to supply natural gas to a domestic market with an increasing demand, infrastructure development is key.”
Fanshurullah Asa, Chairman, BPH Migas
The Oil & Gas Year Indonesia 2020 highlights Indonesia’s ambitious goals to ramp up exploration and production activities, advance the development of natural gas and LNG, and pioneer renewables projects – all together making the archipelago a key energy hub in Southeast Asia.
“There are positive projections in Indonesia for natural gas, which will transform into the energy resource of the future.”
Jamsaton Nababan, President-Director, Pertamina EP Cepu
The Oil & Gas Year Indonesia 2020 paints a detailed picture of Indonesia´s energy scene under Jokowi’s renewed administration, focusing on the varied efforts the country is undertaking to enhance its oil and gas production, upgrade its refining capacity and push for an energy transition.
The book features dozens of interviews, including with:
- Fanshurullah Asa, Chairman, BPH Migas
- Jamsaton Nababan, President-Director, Pertamina EP Cepu
- Gary Selbie, President, Premier Oil Indonesia
- John Anis, General Manager, Pertamina Hulu Mahakam
- Iwan Chandra, President-Director, Baker Hughes Indonesia
- Winfried Wicklein, Country Director for Indonesia, Asian Development Bank
Produced in partnership with the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN), this fifth edition of TOGY’s Indonesia series provides insight to investors on the government’s efforts to push the energy industry forwards, providing a clear picture of Indonesia’s opportunities at a time when gas is the new oil and Indonesia is driven by its pursuit of the energy transition.