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Indonesia is unlikely to begin natural gas imports in 2025: minister

Jul 31 2019

JAKARTA Indonesian Energy Minister Ignasius Jonan told reporters on Wednesday the country is unlikely to begin natural gas imports in 2025 as initially expected because some big gas projects will start production, reducing the need for overseas shipments.

Indonesia agrees to extend Corridor natural gas block contract for 20 years

Jul 22 2019

JAKARTA Indonesia has agreed to extend the production sharing contract for the Corridor natural gas block with ConocoPhillips, Spain's Repsol SA and Pertamina [PERTM.UL], Deputy Energy Minister Arcandra Tahar said on Monday.

UPDATE 1-Japan's Inpex to launch engineering design for $20 bln Indonesian LNG plant

Jul 16 2019

* Inpex gets Masela development design approval from Indonesia

Indonesia asks China for special fund under Belt and Road: ministers

Jul 03 2019

JAKARTA Indonesia has asked China to set up a special fund within its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) for investment in Southeast Asia's largest economy, after offering China projects worth $91 billion, government officials said on Wednesday.

Indonesian protesters disperse after second night of post-election unrest

May 23 2019

JAKARTA Calm returned to the streets of the Indonesian capital on Thursday after a second night of clashes between security forces and protesters angry about the outcome of last month's election, which handed President Joko Widodo a second term.

Indonesia's Pertamina buys first-ever U.S. crude oil cargo

Apr 24 2019

SINGAPORE/JAKARTA Indonesia's state-owned energy company Pertamina said late on Wednesday it has bought its first-ever cargo of U.S. crude oil, which is set to arrive at one of its refineries in June.

RPT-Indonesia battery-grade nickel plant awaits environmental nod- developer

Apr 07 2019

JAKARTA, April 5 Indonesia's first plant to produce battery-grade nickel chemicals is on track to start operations by 2020, though the project still needs an environmental permit that could take up to eight months to be approved, the developer told Reuters.

Indonesia battery-grade nickel plant awaits environmental nod- developer

Apr 05 2019

JAKARTA, April 5 Indonesia's first plant to produce battery-grade nickel chemicals is on track to start operations by 2020, though the project still needs an environmental permit that could take up to eight months to be approved, the developer told Reuters.

Indonesia's major new gas find may delay arrival of output deficit

Feb 20 2019

SINGAPORE/JAKARTA The discovery of a major new natural gas field in Indonesia may push back the day the country's gas consumption outpaces its production and reduce its reliance on imported liquefied natural gas (LNG), officials and analysts said on Wednesday.

New Indonesian insurance rules cause coal export backlogs in Kalimantan

Jan 31 2019

JAKARTA, Jan 31 Indonesian insurance rules that come into effect on Feb. 1 are causing huge coal supply backlogs, with dozens of ships held up outside ports unable to load as authorities start checking to see if vessels are in compliance with the new policy.

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