Indonesia’s energy sector is at a cross-road. Rapid urbanization, a growing middle class and an expanding economy have increased demand for energy over the past decade. This should be good news for the country’s energy sector.
So how does Indonesia ensure energy security? Can the country change direction in its energy policies? Reshaping the country’s energy sector will require bold moves and tough decisions. It will require a total rethink on the part of policy makers and huge investments by the private sector.
The Indonesia Economic Forum and the Indonesian Energy and Environmental Institute will host a one day Energy Conference to discuss the opportunities and challenges facing the Indonesian energy sector.
The Energy Conference will focus on :
– Oil and Gas Policy & Regulation: Boosting Production
– Diversifying Indonesia’s Energy Mix: The Case for Renewables
– Tapping Indonesia’s Natural Gas: Will Indonesia Become a Net Gas Importer?
– Boosting Added Value: The Case for Smelters
Date: April 11, 2017 – Hotel Mulia, Senayan, Jakarta
– Setya Novanto Chairman of the House of Representatives (DPR – RI)
– Ignasius Jonan Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources of Indonesia (ESDM)
– Satya W Yudha Vice Chairman of Commission VII of the House of Representatives (DPR – RI)
– Amien Sunaryadi President Director of SKKMigas
– Hendi Prio Santoso President Director of Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGN)
– Elia Massa Manik President Director of Pertamina
– Christina Verchere President of Indonesian Petroleum Association (IPA)
– Rida Mulyana Director General of Renewable Energy (ESDM)
– Wiratmaja Puja Director General of Oil and Gas (ESDM)
– Bambang Gatot Ariyono Director General of Mineral and Coal at (MEMR)
– Ir. I Gusti Putu Suryawirawan Director General Metals, Machine, Transportation and Electronics
– Aryo Djojohadikusumo Member of Commission VII of DPR-RI
– Nicke Widyawati Director of Corporate Planning Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN)
– Halim Kalla Chairman of Renewable Energy at KADIN