Gas, Power & Alternative Energy
Indonesia - Gas, Power & Alternative Energy highlights the implications of the increasing oil & gas prices on Indonesia’s domestic and exports market.
The enactment of new laws and regulations for restructuring the energy sector started in 2001, positioning the sector to be more competitive and offering a multitude of new investment opportunities in the oil & gas industries. The energy sector is now facing a particular challenge in the context of global developments as demand for energy is increasing internationally, and Indonesia need to respond in a sustainable manner both as a major energy producer and consumer.
Indonesia’s current gas production is about 8.5 BCFD with estimated production in 2025 to double to become 15 BCFD. Essentially, it has been projected by the government of Indonesia that Indonesia’s natural gas reserves is to support both the current LNG export and domestic requirements for at least 50 years. Furthermore, in order to support the maximum natural gas utilization for domestic market for the next century, Indonesia has another big Coal Bed Methane (CBM) reserves of around 500 TCF that are ready to be developed as a new investment opportunity. This also will increase Indonesia’s sustainability energy sources from 50 years on gas to another 200 years.
Gas, Power & Alternative Energy highlights the implications of the increasing oil & gas prices on Indonesia’s domestic and exports market. You will hear experts’ opinion on regulations, sustaining energy supply and new insights and investment opportunities on Indonesia’s Coal Bed Methane resources. Do not miss this excellent opportunity for corporate networking, benchmarking, potential business collaboration as well as publicity and reputation enhancement with senior business practitioners from the full spectrum of industry in this region.
For more information, please contact
Tan Peng Pheng
marcus evans,CP 21, Suite 2101,Central Plaza,
34 Jalan Sultan Ismail,
50250 Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia.
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