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Does Recent Supreme Court Decision Give Pertamina Priority Over Expiring PSCs In Indonesia?
With the increasing number of Production Sharing Contracts ("PSCs") that will expire in the coming years, discussion of PSC extensions and who has the right to operate expiring PSCs becomes unavoidable
Indonesia
19 Mar 2019
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Indonesian Energy Ministry Issues Regulation On Rooftop Solar Power Systems
Installation of the PV system can only begin after the application is formally approved.
Indonesia
30 Jan 2019
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Legal Alert August 2018
SSEK Legal Alert is a monthly publication of SSEK, Indonesian Legal Consultants. SSEK's lawyers, advisors and associates provide a wide range ...
Indonesia
21 Nov 2018
4
Key Considerations For Foreign Investors In The Indonesian Power Sector
Indonesia is currently undergoing massive growth and transformation in its power sector following a string of reforms to facilitate the five-year 35 GW program promulgated by President Joko Widodo in 2014.
Indonesia
9 Feb 2018
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MEMR Regulation 10 Of 2017 Of Indonesia: Blurring The Lines
Indonesia's state-owned power company, PT PLN (Persero) (PLN) has a long track record of successfully financed independent power projects (IPPs) and a very well established form of power...
Indonesia
25 May 2017
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Indonesia Briefing: Latest Changes In Energy Law (Part 2)
The Indonesian government has recently passed new regulations introducing significant changes to the power and upstream oil and gas sectors.
Indonesia
9 Mar 2017
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Indonesia Briefing: Latest Changes In Energy Law (Part 1)
The Indonesian government has recently passed new regulations introducing significant changes to the power and upstream oil and gas sectors.
Indonesia
3 Mar 2017
8
Indonesia's New Gross Split Production Sharing Contracts For The Oil & Gas Industry
On January 16, 2017, Indonesia took a large step toward eradicating the cost recovery regime for upstream cooperation contracts.
Indonesia
8 Feb 2017
9
New Indonesian Regulation On Expiring PSCs
The Indonesian Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources ("Minister of Energy") has issued the much anticipated regulation on the expiry of Indonesian Production Sharing Contracts ("PSCs").
Indonesia
20 Feb 2016
10
MEMR Announces 35,000MW Power Plant Construction Program
The President of the Republic of Indonesia launched the 35,000 MW Power Plant Construction Program in Samas, Bantul Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta Province.
Indonesia
15 Feb 2016
11
UPDATE – Indonesia's New Draft Oil & Gas Law
Indonesia has recently made public a full copy of its draft oil and gas law for review and parliamentary discussion.
Indonesia
5 Feb 2016
12
Indonesia’s New Draft Oil & Gas Law
Legislators in Indonesia have recently suggested that all petroleum production operations should effectively be state controlled, making many foreign investors in south east Asia’s largest country fear that their assets could in effect be nationalised or ‘expropriated’.
Indonesia
22 Apr 2015
13
The Gordian Knot and the fuel subsidy in Indonesia - GlobeAsia - Shamim Razavi
Senior Foreign Counsel Shamim Razavi discusses the fuel subsidy challenges faced by Indonesia's new government.
Indonesia
21 Oct 2014
14
Domestic Mineral Processing And Beneficiation In Indonesian Mining Sector
In 2009, the Indonesian legislature passed the mining law that requires certain mining industry participants to process raw materials within Indonesia before exporting them.
Indonesia
12 Aug 2014
15
Indonesian Export Ban And Language Law – Are You Prepared?
In 2010 we reported on legal developments affecting Indonesia’s coal mining industry [click here to view the alert].
Indonesia
13 Jan 2014
16
Reflections On The Indonesian Coal Market In 2011 And Its Impact On Indian Power Projects
Indonesia accounts for 50% of all thermal coal imports into India. Its vast coal reserves have provided attractive opportunities to investors and coal buyers alike.
Indonesia
25 Jan 2012
17
New Regulation Clarifies Rules on Related Party Mining Services Companies
The Indonesian Director General of Mineral, Coal and Geothermal ("Director General") issued Regulation No. 376.K ("Regulation 376.K"), which clarified the restrictions on the use of related party mining services companies under Law no. 4 of 2009 (the "2009 Mining Law").
Indonesia
12 Oct 2010
18
New Regulation on Mining Supervision
The Government recently issued the implementing regulation on mining supervision under the 2009 Mining Law ("Regulation 55"), which regulates supervision, consultation and guidance on mining activities.
Indonesia
16 Aug 2010
19
New Domestic Market Obligation (DMO) Regulation
Effective 31 December 2009, the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (the "Ministry") issued a new regulation (No. 34 of 2009) (the "Regulation") on prioritising mineral and coal resources for domestic usage.
Indonesia
25 Jan 2010
20
Indonesia Follows Suit In The Production And Use of Biofuels
Biofuels around the Globe. In Brazil, cars run on a 25 percent ethanol gasoline blend, taking advantage of being the world's largest producer of sugar-based ethanol of 16 billion litres (3.52 billion gallons) a year. Petrobras exported 2 billion litres of ethanol in 2005 and plans to increase exports to 9.4 billion litres in 2010.
Indonesia
12 Apr 2007
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