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Is the tide really turning against Indonesian commodity exports?

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20 March 2015

Is the tide really turning against Indonesian commodity exports?

Report summary

There have been growing efforts from the Indonesian government to curtail the country's raw commodity exports. This happens in key strategic sectors i.e. coal, gas, metals and minerals.

Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Background
    • Growing energy demand
    • Resource conservation
    • Coal – limited near-term impact on export supply
      • Indonesia thermal coal supply/demand balance, 2011 - 2035
    • Gas/LNG – net importer-status looks inevitable longer-term
      • Indonesia gas supply/demand balance, 2011 – 2035*
    • Metals and minerals – raw commodity exports will likely be gone after 2017
      • Copper
        • Copper production – historical and outlook, 2011 – 2035
      • Nickel
        • Nickel production – historical and outlook, 2011 – 2035
      • Bauxite
        • Bauxite / aluminium production – historical and outlook, 2011 – 2035
        • Investment climate and job creation
        • Conclusion

Tables and charts

This report includes 10 images and tables including:

  • Is the tide really turning against Indonesian commodity exports?: Image 1
  • Indonesia top commodity exports 2011-2014* (US$ million)
  • Indonesia export vs import (2010-2014*)
  • Export revenue 2011-2014 from LNG, copper, nickel, bauxite
  • Indonesia domestic fuel demand 2005 – 2035 (Mtoe)
  • Is the tide really turning against Indonesian commodity exports?: Image 6
  • Is the tide really turning against Indonesian commodity exports?: Image 7
  • Is the tide really turning against Indonesian commodity exports?: Image 8
  • Is the tide really turning against Indonesian commodity exports?: Image 9
  • Is the tide really turning against Indonesian commodity exports?: Image 10

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