Authors: Philip Barnes,

Indonesia, The Political Economy of Energy

This study examines the potential for the development of Indonesia’s energy resources and is a substantial contribution to our knowledge of the country. In turn, he considers the political and economic context of Indonesia’s energy resources; the development of oil production; the domestic energy scene; natural gas, coal and other alternatives to oil; the organisation of the energy industry and of Pertamina, the state oil and gas company, and the relationship with OPEC.

This book looks at the constraints facing a developing country trying to exploit its natural resources so as to generate capital for development and to satisfy domestic demand for energy

Contents

  1. The Giant from the Shadows: The Political and Economic Context of Indonesia’s Energy Resources
  2. The Development of Oil Production: The Future of Upstream Oil
  3. The Challenge for Downstream Oil: The Domestic Energy Scene
  4. Natural Gas: The Basis for Future Prosperity
  5. More Energy Sources: The Alternatives
  6. The Means to an End: Policy, Pertamina and the Organization of the Oil and Gas Sector
  7. With Hope into the Next Century

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