Indonesia regional overview

31st October 2012

Topic(s): Energy efficiency, Renewables, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), Capacity development

Indonesia has grown at a rapid pace since the late 1990s. With its abundant energy resources, the country appears primed to play a more prominent global role as an energy supplier to a number of more developed regional partners, including China, India, Korea, Singapore and Japan. As its energy production increases, however, the country must also face challenges with infrastructure, environmental conservation and increasing greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). This report provides an overview of Indonesia's energy situation, including macroeconomic development, a breakdown of the country's energy resources, projections of growth, and comparisons to other countries.


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