This chapter includes the following articles.
Once a key pillar of the Indonesian economy, the energy sector has declined in influence as oil and gas production has fallen. The hydrocarbons segment, which is valued at an estimated $20bn, contributed 3% to state revenues in 2016, down from 14% in 2014 and 25% in 2006. Yet the value of Indonesia’s energy sector cannot be reduced to its direct contribution to national GDP, as the power and oil and gas sectors remain a critical component of the infrastructure necessary to sustain economic growth across every other industry.
This chapter contains an interview with Garibaldi Thohir, President Director, Adaro Energy.