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Country Industry Forecast - Political and Policy Analysis for the Indonesian Energy Industry

 

  • Research Code : 4H11-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : EG00341-AP-DE_03064
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  • Release Date : 27-Jun-2007
  • Region : Asia Pacific
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Energy efficiency, energy conservation, energy diversification and strengthening the energy infrastructure are some of the goals of Indonesia's energy policy. Indonesia, as a member of the ASEAN, is trying to boost energy efficiency and also increase the share of renewable energy in the total energy mix to 10.0 percent by 2020. In order to reduce its dependency on oil, it is planning to focus on other energy sources like coal and gas. The government has taken a proactive stance on the industry by introducing energy market reforms and policies. This research service covers key political and policy trends and analyses their impact on the energy industry.

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