Commentary: Forget energy self-sufficiency, Indonesia taking easiest route: Imports
Rendi A. Witular
The Jakarta Post
The government seems to have thrown in the towel in its quest to attract massive investment into the upstream oil and gas sector, as recently indicated by Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Ignasius Jonan.
Jonan, a former banker, is adamant about not providing incentives to attract high-risk capital-intensive investment in the sector or even in renewable energy development ...
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