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Country Industry Forecast- Social and Infrastructure Analysis for the Indonesian Energy Industry

 

  • Research Code : 4H12-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : EG00342-AP-DE_03065
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  • Release Date : 06-Aug-2007
  • Region : Asia Pacific
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Indonesia has huge potential for development of energy resources like coal, geothermal, and gas. The various reforms and policies implemented in energy sectors have accelerated the generation and distribution of energy. Huge investments are required to strengthen and upgrade the distribution network across the country. Indonesia's focus towards nuclear expansion is likely to generate investment opportunities. Its shift towards coal based electricity generation from oil, is another highlight in the forecast period. This research service covers the key energy social and infrastructure trends and their implications for Indonesian energy industry.

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