Indonesia faces daunting challenge of bridging gas imbalance
Indonesia’s plans to balance its domestic natural gas markets face huge challenges as upstream output declines and domestic consumption rises. While liquefied natural gas (LNG) can bridge the supply deficit, it requires costly import and transport infrastructure.
The country’s upstream oil and gas sector is faced with aging fields, dwindling production and falling investment. This comes...
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