• Energy

    OBG’s energy analysis looks at all aspects of the industry, including exploration and production, domestic usage and exports plus relationships between the government and IOCs. Where applicable, renewable energy, electricity demand, production, power station construction and local potential for nuclear power are analysed.
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Indonesia had planned to add 35 GW of new capacity by the time President Joko Widodo, better known as President Jokowi, concluded his first term in 2019. This target has not yet been achieved, and the government has reappraised its outlook for the sector in its Electricity Supply Business Plan (RUPTL) 2019-28. Several elements of the state’s...

 

Long considered one of the world’s premier mining destinations – for coal, as well as for precious and industrial metals – Indonesia finds itself in a transition period in 2020, with significant questions being raised about the future of the industry. In recent years the government has sought to expand and consolidate its role in terms of...

Chapter | Energy & Mineral Resources from The Report: Indonesia 2020

Indonesia has long been a key supplier to global energy markets, but focus has shifted from export-oriented production towards meeting domestic demand. Current objectives include meeting the demand for consumer fuel through crude and palm oil, addressing electricity demand via coal and renewables, and using natural gas to supply predominantly industrial consumers. The government aims to...

Indonesia is the world’s 16th-largest economy and presents an enticing opportunity for investors, with ongoing reform efforts and attractive demographics. Meanwhile, a booming start-up ecosystem signals the country’s rising consumer power and regional influence. While headwinds are expected to follow Covid-19, Indonesia’s strong foundations will help maintain momentum in the medium to long term.

 

Alongside the development of generation capacity, much of the energy sector’s priorities in recent years have revolved around improving transmission and distribution. Although Côte d’Ivoire has one of the largest electricity networks in West Africa, expanding access and efficiency has at times proven to be a challenge, and efforts to improve...

 

In terms of increasing electricity access, what challenges does Côte d’Ivoire need to overcome?

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