Indonesia's gas market will continue to expand to support the growing economy. The country's gas demand is expected to increase by another 1,600 mmcfd from 2017, reaching 5,100 mmcfd in 2035. As the piped gas production declines, LNG share will grow strongly. By 2035, we expect around 64% of the country's gas demand to be met by LNG. The growing share of LNG offers new opportunities both in the LNG procurement and regas infrastructure projects. More LNG contracts were signed in 2017, and the government has started allowing direct LNG imports for PLN/IPPs albeit in a very controlled approach, as it seeks to balance the need for addressing concerns from consumers, in terms of supply availability and price competitiveness, and protecting domestic LNG production.