Indonesia’s state-owned electricity company PT PLN (Persero) has re-established an MOU with Tanzania Electric Supply Co Ltd (Tanesco) with the aim of supporting geothermal development in Tanzania.
In mid-January, the Energy Ministry of Indonesia and the Venezuelan Oil Ministry signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for cooperation in oil and gas in Caracas
Nickel Downstream Leads to Uncontrollable Deforestation in North Maluku, Environmental Groups Report
North Maluku’s Halmahera Study Forum of Foshal, The Indonesian Forum for Environment, Trend Asia, and the Indonesian Legal Aid Foundation revealed a plethora of problems found in the nickel downstream agenda. The Jokowi-initiated program in North Maluku, for example, led to a massive deforestation issue.
Indonesia’s first commercial biomethane plant officially started operations on 22 January. The plant was constructed by PT KIS Biofuel Indonesia, and is located in North Sumatra.
Indonesia has the opportunity to meet its energy needs independently and play an influential role on the global stage by utilizing its natural gas potential, according to Rystad Energy, an energy research firm.
PT Pertamina Malaysia Exploration Production (PMEP) and its partners won the bid to work on the SK510 exploration block in Malaysia through the annual Malaysia Bid Round (MBR) of 2023.
The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) has emphasized the importance of planning in the mining sector to ensure environmental, economic, and social sustainability.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo or Jokowi highlighted investment cooperation in the oil and gas sector during a meeting with Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan at the Bogor State Palace, West Java, on Thursday, January 25. He expressed hope that the partnership would be strengthened further.