EnergyBoardroom Releases New Indonesia “Inside Oil & Gas” Report 2016
29.04.2016 / Energyboardroom
Companies, investors or other stakeholders interested in the future of energy should read how this slumbering South East Asian giant is finally poised to fulfill its hydrocarbon potential.
The report is an authoritative and up-to-date assessment of the major sector in this strategically important oil and gas producing country. It covers:
- New President, New Beginnings
Will President Widodo’s business-friendly reforms allow Indonesia to finally realize its huge potential?
- Growth Hotspots
The report covers the huge optimism around Indonesian mini-LNG, deep water, shale reserves and CBM.
- Striving for a Comeback
Our 16 page cover story contains crucial insights on Indonesian oil and gas and paints a picture of a country on the verge of something special.
- Stakeholder Interviews
We talked to Pertamina, Migas, Ophir, Lion Energy, ENGUE, PT Schenker Petrolog Utama, Puma, ExxonMobil and many more in the public and private sectors to build a comprehensive picture of the current state of play in Indonesia.
- Feature Articles
In-depth, exclusive articles tackle big issues such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership, infrastructure investment, and logistics.
EnergyBoardroom’s Indonesia Oil&Gas Report features in-depth interviews with:
- Dwi Soetjipto, Pertamina
- Syamsu Alam, Pertamina
- Rachmad Hardadi, Pertamina
- Wiratmaja Puja, Migas
- Craig Stewart, Ophir
- Kim Morrison, Lion Energy
- Johan de Saeger, ENGIE
- Asok Kumar, PT Schenker Petrolog Utama
- Eric Herman, Puma
“I estimate that a total Investment of USD 100 billion in infrastructure development will be needed to accommodate our 2025 goals”
Dwi Soetjipto, Pertamina
“The need of international expansion is substantial and is consequently resulting in an aggressive, non-organic expansion strategy overseas”
Dr. Syamsu Alam, Pertamina
“Our ambition is to enhance our refining capabilities in order to supply domestic consumption ourselves, with the ultimate goal to not be reliant on imports anymore”
Rachmad Hardadi, Pertamina
“Refinery building is also emblematic of this new spirit of treating hydrocarbons not as a trade commodity, but as a generator of cluster growth”
Dr. Wiratmaja Puja, Migas