Indonesia LNG long-term outlook 2019 This report presents Woodmac's view of the LNG supply-demand in Indonesia, including regas and liquefaction projects, LNG contracts and market structure. Key highlights • Indonesia's LNG demand to reach 5.7 mmtpa in 2020 and 9.5 mmtpa by 2024. • The discovery of 2 tcf in Kali Berau Dalam coinciding with the start of a few international LNG contracts will bring Indonesia to be overcontracted on LNG imports between 2020 and 2028. Overcontracted volumes may surpass 2 mmtpa between 2020 and 2023. • Indonesia to start importing LNG from Cheniere's Corpus Christi and from Woodside portfolio in 2019. In 2020, the country will start importing from Total's LNG portfolio. • Pertamina-PGN merger: by the end of 2018, a rough outline of the future strategic direction for both organisations was beginning to take shape. Pertamina will concentrate on maintaining the upstream assets. PGN will focus on gas trading.