In the last Presidential debate, energy issues were meant to be discussed. They were not. We do know that current energy policy has led to a decline in oil and gas exploration to the extent of 187 to 91 fields in just 5 years. Renewable & clean energy options remain largely not commercially viable.
Does the coal-mining sector actually benefit from Indonesia's sustaining dependance on fossil fuels and related policy?
There have been numerous regulatory changes within the energy sector over the last 12 months. What trajectory do they take the energy-hungry Indonesia?
Bill Sulivan has lived and worked in Indonesia for more than 20 years, Bill specialises in Indonesian mining, energy, and resources sector. He is also regarded as one of Indonesia's leading experts on local mining law and regulatory regime.