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Indonesia gas markets long-term summary H1 2014

Indonesia gas markets long-term summary H1 2014

Report summary

The upcoming presidential election has led to a slowdown in regulatory approvals over the last six months and major investment decisions are being postponed.  Gas and power projects have not made much progress and we expect the situation to persist until the new administration has settled down.  However, the Indonesian economy is continuing to grow as with its energy requirements...

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  • Executive summary
    • Upstream gas projects continues to face delays
    • Indonesia first - priority for the domestic market
    • Indonesia is gearing up for its second and third regasification terminals
    • Third party access to pipeline infrastructure is challenging
    • Content summary
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