Tagged With Indonesia
Jadestone’s expansion plans mature
14 September 2021
The independent is looking to capitalise as more companies move to exit mature oil and gas assets, CEO Paul Blakeley tells Petroleum Economist
Indonesia OKs Madura strait gas project
27 July 2021
Jakarta has greenlit plans for a gas project in the Madura strait, off the coast of eastern Java
Indonesia’s upstream shifts as IOCs exit
17 June 2021
State-owned Pertamina may see further expansion of its role if more international firms exit without finding alternative buyers
Southeast Asia evolves into an NOC universe
31 December 2020
The trend for the region’s operators to play a bigger role looks set to continue
Asian LNG demand set to rebound rapidly
27 October 2020
Both the data and personal experience point to a very quick resumption of the region’s demand growth
South and Southeast Asia to drive LNG demand growth
28 September 2020
The region needs LNG to power developing economies
Asia’s state heavyweights hold firm on upstream spending
3 April 2020
With international oil prices at nearly two-decade lows, Asia’s oil and gas developers have begun to review their capex budgets as they strive to weather the downturn
Indonesia moves to slash energy imports
3 December 2019
President Widodo is pushing the upstream and downstream sectors hard to meet domestic demand
Majors and US independents leave southeast Asian gap
12 April 2019
A rush to US shale has left opportunities for others in areas left behind
Treasures in the basement?
8 April 2019
Untested geological formations known as ‘fractured basements’ could be hiding a vast store of hydrocarbons, but explorers need to overcome logistical challenges and industry scepticism
Downward drift
28 June 2018
Gas production across the region is set to decline, with China the major exception, leading to increasing LNG imports
Pertamina's offshore oil chase
18 May 2018
After two years of belt-tightening, Indonesia's NOC is seeking to plug the country's energy consumption gap
Indonesia treading water
31 July 2017
The government wants higher oil production. The prospects are dim
Tide is turning for Myanmar, Malaysia and Indonesia
11 May 2017
As their economies grow, the three countries need upstream investment to meet rapidly rising demand
Saudi Aramco's shifting strategy
11 May 2017
Saudi Aramco has big plans for expanding its refining capacity and it won’t let oil-price volatility stand in the way, Abdulaziz Judaimi, the company's downstream vice president, says
Asia to soak up global LNG glut
3 April 2017
Weak prices reflect a region awash in supplies. Rising demand will soak up the global surfeit, but not until the 2020s
Pertamina unleashed
21 February 2017
Back outside Opec again, Indonesia's oil and gas giant will spend heavily