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Indonesia shale gas unconventional play

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The country's declining conventional gas supplies has highlighted the potential role of unconventional gas in Indonesia's future energy mix. New conventional gas reserves in the region are insufficient to replace production and are becoming increasingly expensive to develop, e.g. deepwater. The government has decided to proceed with multiple floating LNG regasification terminals – in Java and Sumatra, to help meet rising gas demand on both islands.

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  • Summary and key issues
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  • Geology
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    • Sumatra
    • East Java
  • Fiscal and regulatory
  • Economic analysis

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